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*  Camouflage
Cited in Borrelli, Luciana; Gherardi, Francesca; Fiorito, Graziano (2006). A catalogue of body patterning in Cephalopoda. ... Their bodies are flattened, with the sides thinning to an edge; the animals habitually press their bodies to the ground; and ... Terrain-specific patterns have sometimes been developed but are ineffective in other terrains. The problem of making a pattern ... Disruptive patterning is common in military usage, both for uniforms and for military vehicles. Disruptive patterning, however ...
*  Head-body pattern
The head-body pattern is a common XML design pattern, used for example in the SOAP protocol. This pattern is useful when a ... In this pattern the meta-data or meta-information are structured as the header, sometimes known as the envelope. The ordinary ... data or information are structured as the body, sometimes known as the payload. XML is employed for both head and body (see ...
*  Hox gene
Pearson, JC; Lemons, D.; McGinnis, W. (2005). "Modulating Hox gene functions during animal body patterning". Nature Reviews ... "Modulating Hox gene functions during animal body patterning". Nature Reviews Genetics. 6: 893-904. doi:10.1038/nrg1726. Carroll ... Similarly, mutations in the Hox genes can result in body parts and limbs in the wrong place along the body. Like a play ... The abd-A gene also affects the pattern of cuticle generation in the ectoderm, and pattern of muscle generation in the mesoderm ...
*  Animal coloration
Cited in Luciana Borrelli, Francesca Gherardi, Graziano Fiorito (2006). Abstract A catalogue of body patterning in Cephalopoda ... Cited in Borrelli, Luciana; Gherardi, Francesca; Fiorito, Graziano (2006). A catalogue of body patterning in Cephalopoda. ... disruptive patterning, using colour and pattern to break up the animal's outline, which relates mainly to general resemblance; ... the kind of patterning used in military camouflage such as disruptive pattern material. Indeed, Cott describes such ...
*  History of Animals
Cited in Borrelli, Luciana; Gherardi, Francesca; Fiorito, Graziano (2006). A catalogue of body patterning in Cephalopoda. ... Book I The grouping of animals and the parts of the human body. Aristotle describes the parts that the human body is made of, ... Aristotle also noted that the young of the dogfish grow inside their mother's body attached by a cord to something like a ... Aristotle investigates four types of differences between animals: differences in particular body parts (Books I to IV); ...
*  Cuttlefish
One dynamic pattern shown by cuttlefish is dark mottled waves apparently repeatedly moving down the body of the animals. This ... Hough, A.R., Case, J. and Boal, J.G. (2016). "Learned control of body patterning in cuttlefish Sepia officinalis (Cephalopoda ... CS1 maint: Multiple names: authors list (link) Thomas, A.; MacDonald, C. (2016). "Investigating body patterning in aquarium- ... For example, during agonistic encounters, male cuttlefish adopt a pattern called the Intense Zebra Pattern, considered to be an ...
*  Underwater camouflage
A catalogue of body patterning in Cephalopoda. Firenze University Press, 2006. Abstract Google books Johnsen, Sönke (December ... In a study, some flounders demonstrated the ability to change pattern in eight seconds. They were able to match the pattern of ... The marine hatchetfish is extremely flattened laterally (side to side), leaving the body just millimetres thick, and the body ... Camouflage in large bodies of water differs markedly from camouflage on land. The environment is essentially the same on all ...
*  Chromatophore
A catalogue of body patterning in Cephalopoda. Firenze University Press, 2006. Abstract Google books Sangiovanni, G (1819). " ... This means the pattern of colour change functionally matches the pattern of neuronal activation. This may explain why, as the ... The nerves that operate the chromatophores are thought to be positioned in the brain in a pattern isomorphic to that of the ... Many species are able to translocate the pigment inside their chromatophores, resulting in an apparent change in body colour. ...
*  Octopus
... es can create distracting patterns with waves of dark coloration across the body, a display known as the "passing cloud ... Cited in Borrelli, Luciana; Gherardi, Francesca; Fiorito, Graziano (2006). A catalogue of body patterning in Cephalopoda. ... Some species differ in form from the typical octopus body shape. Members of the suborder Cirrina have stout gelatinous bodies ... that allow the octopus to sense the orientation of its body. They provide information on the position of the body relative to ...
*  Clinus superciliosus
Body patterning varies with a few distinct patterns. No pattern, with near uniform body colour; a broad white band from behind ... Head pattern variable, ranging from broad oblique bars to a complex reticulated pattern. Eyes have broad radiating bars in body ... Pectoral fins in body colour with translucent membrane. Namibia to beyond East London Rock pools to at least 50m depth. Habitat ... the eye, actoss the opercle, tapering to the caudal fin, which may be continuous or broken, with the rest of the body roughly ...
*  Gene redundancy
"Homeotic Genes and Body Patterns." Learn.Genetics 6 April 2016 Guo, H.-S., et al. "Evolution Of The KCS Gene Family In Plants: ...
*  Maternal effect
Schüpbach T, Wieschaus E (February 1986). "Germline autonomy of maternal-effect mutations altering the embryonic body pattern ... Thus, epigenetic modification patterns of accessible tissues, like peripheral blood, may not represent the epigenetic patterns ... In this body of work, Archer argued that accumulative maternal effects via the non-genetic evolution of matrilineal nutrient ... Egg size often correlates with fish larvae body size at hatching: smaller larvae hatch from smaller eggs. In the case of the ...
*  Papilio rumiko
The body pattern resembles bird-droppings. The second instar is 5-11 mm with a uniformly brownish head. Third instars are 11-16 ... from North America is recognized by the pattern on its neck. ...
*  Crustacean
N. C. Hughes (February 2003). "Trilobite tagmosis and body patterning from morphological and developmental perspectives". ... Each somite, or body segment can bear a pair of appendages: on the segments of the head, these include two pairs of antennae, ... The main body cavity is an open circulatory system, where blood is pumped into the haemocoel by a heart located near the dorsum ... The body of a crustacean is composed of segments, which are grouped into three regions: the cephalon or head, the thorax, and ...
*  Sepia apama
Alison King The Colourful World of Cephalopods - Cephalopod body patterning II. The Cephalopod Page. Hanlon, R.T. 2008. ... By selective blocking, the three layers work together to produce polarised patterns. Unlike those in most animals, cuttlefish ... changing colour and patterns in a fraction of a second. Located in three layers under the skin, leucophores make up the bottom ... of their body weight they slowly lose physical condition as the season progresses and eventually die. Throughout their range, ...
*  Kaimanawa horse
The varying heritage gives the breed a wide range of heights, body patterns and colours. They are usually well-muscled, sure- ... Any coat colour or pattern marking is acceptable. They are usually well-muscled. Their feral way of life has given them the ... They have a medium-sized head in good proportion to their body, with wide variation in shape due to the different conformation ... and body types among the wild horses. The Kaimanawa breed varies widely in general appearance, with heights ranging between ...
*  Disruptive coloration
... mottle or disruptive body patterns". Vision Research. 48 (10): 1242-1253. doi:10.1016/j.visres.2008.02.011. PMID 18395241. ... Many military camouflage patterns since the 1940s have been disruptively coloured, and with the issue of US Woodland pattern to ... disruptive patterns were still better at reducing predation than either non-disruptive patterns or plain (unpatterned) control ... A pattern printed with small patches of colour blends into a single perceived mass at a certain range, defeating the disruptive ...
*  Curculio glandium
Adults have a brownish and patterned body. The larvae are short, and cylindrical in shape, and move by means of ridges on the ... underside of the body. It reaches a length of 4 to 8 mm. National Biodiversity Network Species Dictionary (Jan 2003): http:// ...
*  Sexual mimicry
During this process, the female displays a body pattern of black splotches on a white background. Once the eggs are laid, the ... Association patterns among male and female spotted hyenas (Crocuta crocuta) reflect male mate choice. Behav Ecol Sociobio. 50(3 ... By lifting its hind legs, the hyena being greeted (the subordinate hyena) exposes its most vulnerable body part to the other ... In the Blenniidae family, the Salaria pavo, female bleniid fish will show a specific colour pattern and movement when they want ...
*  Aipysurus duboisii
Individuals vary significantly in color and its body patterns. The tail is relatively long; the chin and throat have lighter ... The LD50 for subcutaneous injection of A. duboisii venom into mice is 0.044 mg/kg of body weight. This makes A. duboisii the ... Their head is slightly wider than their body with nostrils on its upper part and nasals contacting each other. Eyes are ... color than rest of the body. The acute toxicity of snake venom is conventionally tested on laboratory animals and is evaluated ...
*  Homeotic gene
Flybase Homeotic Genes and Body Patterns NOVA-Gene Switches. ... Mutations in homeotic genes cause displaced body parts, such as ... ranging from basic understanding of how the molecules work to mutations to how homeotic genes affect the human body. Changing ... these genes are constantly expressed to assign structures and roles to the different segments of the fly's body. For Drosophila ...
*  Horse-fly
... the wing venation and the body patterning; minute variations of surface structure cause subtle alterations of the overlying ... Most have a body length between 5 and 25 mm (0.2 and 1.0 in), with the largest having a wingspan of 60 mm (2.4 in). Deer flies ... Attack patterns vary with species; clegs fly silently and prefer to bite humans on the wrist or bare leg; large species of ... Both head and thorax are clad in short hairs, but no bristles are on the body. The membranous forewings are clear, uniformly ...
*  Francesca Gherardi
Catalogue of Body Patterning in Cephalopoda (A). ISBN 978-88-8453-377-7. Francesca Gherardi; Claudia Corti; Manuela Gualtieri ( ...
*  Decapentaplegic
"Receptor serine/threonine kinases implicated in the control of Drosophila body pattern by decapentaplegic". Cell. 78 (2): 225- ... The common way to assess differences in tissue patterning in the fly wing is to look at the pattern of veins in the wing. In ... It is known to be necessary for the correct patterning of the fifteen imaginal discs, which are tissues that will become limbs ... It is possible that it is not actually the diffusion and gradient of Dpp that patterns tissues, but instead cells that receive ...
*  Strophurus intermedius
They have a grey patterned body with a pale belly. The southern spiny tailed gecko acquired its name from the two longitudinal ... Its limbs and body are strong. Their digits are disced like most species of Gekkonidae. Their mouth has a blue lining.The eyes ...
*  Neptune City (album)
The camera then moves in on the image of an old amusement park separated from the meadow by a body of water. From there, the ... Susan Frances of AbsolutePunk wrote that "the whole album is tooled with melodic patterned frescos combining orchestral fields ...