archive-org.com » ORG » B » BIOLOGY-ONLINE.ORG

Total: 791

Choose link from "Titles, links and description words view":

Or switch to "Titles and links view".
  • Biology-Online • View forum - Zoology Discussion
    2006 3 26 am Topics Are these wolves or coyotes 4 Fri Nov 21 2014 1 17 pm Evolution creation of marsupium 3 Mon Nov 10 2014 8 00 am Delayed Implantation 1 Mon Nov 10 2014 7 55 am Are predators always smarter than their prey 15 Tue Nov 04 2014 5 09 am Go to page 1 2 Help ANT COLLONY I have a QUEEN ANT now what 3 Thu Sep 25 2014 8 53 am Examples of Mutations 4 Thu Sep 04 2014 4 57 am Mysterious Tooth 2 Thu Aug 28 2014 3 29 pm Bunnies 0 Wed Aug 27 2014 1 14 am What sea creature is this 4 Fri Aug 01 2014 1 42 pm Reconsidering University Degree Bsc Zoology 0 Thu Jul 10 2014 3 23 pm help identify this mys 0 Thu Jun 19 2014 10 27 pm Cannibalistic fishes in lake inside cave 2 Tue May 27 2014 1 37 pm Pentadactyl limb 8 Sun May 18 2014 12 45 pm 7 deadly sins in nature 6 Fri Mar 07 2014 2 30 pm reproductive system 1 Wed Mar 05 2014 9 40 pm siphonophores 2 Tue Mar 04 2014 1 25 pm Unidentified Animal Bone 5 Wed Feb 19 2014 1 52 pm Forced bird s parthenogenesis 4 Sun Feb 16 2014 10 50 am Does the thylacine still live 4 Tue Feb 04 2014 10 14 pm How does DNA cladistics work 2 Tue Feb 04 2014 9 47 pm please help with nephrozoa 0 Tue Feb 04 2014 1 41 pm Fish identification 0 Fri Jan 24 2014 11 46 am Is this a wolf 8 Thu Jan 23 2014 12 38 pm HELP with planaria 13 Wed Jan 15 2014 12 35 pm Go to page 1

    Original URL path: http://www.biology-online.org/biology-forum/topic-11-25.html (2016-02-17)
    Open archived version from archive


  • Biology-Online • View forum - Zoology Discussion
    Help with Spider Identification 3 Wed Nov 20 2013 10 14 am A bone question from Sweden 1 Wed Nov 20 2013 9 57 am Which animal does this tooth belong to 2 Wed Nov 20 2013 9 28 am strange beetle 4 Tue Nov 19 2013 12 58 pm What is the fleshy bulge on this baby crab s claw 2 Sat Nov 02 2013 9 43 pm Personality 0 Sun Sep 15 2013 2 06 pm Caterpillar identification 1 Sat Sep 07 2013 5 05 pm Help with old heavy bone id 7 Sat Sep 07 2013 2 22 pm Do animals other than humans have emotional responses 4 Tue Aug 27 2013 10 33 am Do snakes have tails 25 Tue Aug 27 2013 10 28 am Go to page 1 2 3 Diagnosis black brown spots on koi scales picture included 3 Fri Aug 23 2013 11 50 am Bear vs Gorilla Stand Off Who would win 10 Wed Aug 07 2013 1 41 pm A strange worm please help me determine what it is 2 Thu Aug 01 2013 2 57 pm Mystery Bone Help 3 Wed Jul 10 2013 12 48 pm Fisheries and Aquaculture 2 Tue Jun 25 2013 9 32 am Can anyone please tell me what spider this is I was bit 3 Wed Jun 12 2013 8 26 pm What is this animal insect 6 Wed Jun 12 2013 8 24 pm Brown bears and polar bears can they mate 2 Wed Jun 12 2013 8 21 pm What type of animal is this rodent like mammal 9 Wed Jun 12 2013 8 11 pm Need help identifying bones found on beach 1 Mon Jun 03 2013 3 13 pm Unidentified Non Human Remain 1 Mon Jun 03 2013 2

    Original URL path: http://www.biology-online.org/biology-forum/topic-11-50.html (2016-02-17)
    Open archived version from archive

  • Biology-Online • View forum - Zoology Discussion
    26 am Topics Need details for this type of crab 5 Sat Mar 02 2013 6 54 pm How can i asses the parasie loading of littorina littoria 7 Sat Mar 02 2013 10 27 am Which animal is this 5 Fri Jan 25 2013 3 44 am coelom in urochordates 0 Wed Dec 12 2012 6 12 pm Domesticated animals 8 Fri Oct 26 2012 4 07 pm Giants of the Animal Kingdom 11 Thu Oct 25 2012 3 04 am The Himalayan Yew 7 Thu Oct 25 2012 3 03 am Book recommendation for exam 3 Mon Oct 22 2012 6 55 pm Signature of Cell 3 Sat Oct 20 2012 7 33 am The name or species of this bird 5 Sat Sep 29 2012 9 17 am Bug ID help needed 2 Fri Sep 28 2012 10 55 am Humane way of treating mice infestation 2 Fri Sep 28 2012 10 51 am Can someone tell me what this bug is 3 Fri Sep 28 2012 10 41 am Fascinating Creatures 4 Fri Sep 28 2012 10 36 am Predator behavior 2 Fri Sep 28 2012 9 57 am Complete metamorphosis of lepidoptera 1 Thu Aug 23 2012 2 58 am Mode of nutrition of spider and starfish 5 Sat Aug 11 2012 6 14 pm First animals to evolve lymph 1 Fri Aug 03 2012 5 53 pm Need help IDing a lizard 3 Tue Jul 24 2012 2 29 pm Siphanoptera superfamily identification 0 Thu Jul 19 2012 1 02 pm Does smashing walnuts kills the pests that invade it 1 Thu Jul 12 2012 7 53 pm how do zoologists conservation 1 Thu Jul 12 2012 12 33 pm Can you identify this spider 8 Tue Jun 26 2012 11 15 am Furgetabouit

    Original URL path: http://www.biology-online.org/biology-forum/topic-11-75.html (2016-02-17)
    Open archived version from archive

  • Biology-Online • View forum - Zoology Discussion
    WORM PROBLEM 11 Fri Jun 15 2012 11 14 am any clues what this is please 7 Wed Jun 13 2012 9 30 am Cone snail 4 Tue Jun 12 2012 6 08 am Extinction Raising conservation awareness 17 Fri Jun 08 2012 9 18 pm Go to page 1 2 What is this animal 12 Wed Jun 06 2012 7 41 am Go to page 1 2 Beach Bone ID 0 Mon May 28 2012 7 54 pm Zoology Question 6 Thu May 24 2012 2 57 am Tapeworms questions 2 Mon May 21 2012 12 35 am Female fight 7 Wed May 09 2012 9 22 pm Brain Size Body Mass and Body Surface Area 1 Wed May 09 2012 5 09 pm Identify this mammal 3 Mon May 07 2012 12 03 pm Diet Of Laying Birds 13 Mon Apr 30 2012 10 16 am Go to page 1 2 ENTOMOLOGY Winter field study 8 Mon Apr 09 2012 4 04 pm Identify this Insect Larvae 3 Sun Apr 01 2012 2 32 am Chitosan Extraction 1 Sat Mar 31 2012 3 46 pm Maximum Life Span of Animals Fishes and Birds 9 Sat Mar 31 2012 2 53 pm Mean corpuscular volume differences 1 Thu Mar 29 2012 10 31 am ID on this bug 5 Mon Mar 26 2012 6 46 pm Can anyone help Identify these fish vertebra 1 Mon Mar 26 2012 9 05 am Cell identification germ cells in haploid male ants 4 Sat Mar 10 2012 5 03 am respiration of holocephali and the evolution of operculum 0 Wed Feb 29 2012 8 26 pm Interesting scientific books about animals and zoology 1 Thu Feb 23 2012 1 37 am What is a monotypic habitat 1 Tue Feb 21 2012 5

    Original URL path: http://www.biology-online.org/biology-forum/topic-11-100.html (2016-02-17)
    Open archived version from archive

  • Biology-Online • View forum - Zoology Discussion
    am Topics I HAVE A PROJECT ANOUT INVERTEBRATES NE1 HELP 2 Wed May 18 2005 4 38 pm Unknown Insect 6 Sun May 15 2005 6 11 am Ethics of Fishing 49 Tue May 10 2005 10 57 am Go to page 1 2 3 4 5 Does anyone know what is this thing 7 Sun May 08 2005 8 07 pm swift fox conservation 3 Sun May 08 2005 12 08 pm Beyond a Zoo 31 Sat May 07 2005 12 36 am Go to page 1 2 3 22 pound lobster 17 Sat May 07 2005 12 31 am Go to page 1 2 I guess this belongs here Pill bugs 3 Tue May 03 2005 7 14 pm Ethics of non Killing 44 Thu Apr 28 2005 6 15 am Go to page 1 2 3 4 FROG DISSECTION 3 Tue Apr 26 2005 2 29 pm systems 3 Sun Apr 24 2005 9 13 pm adaptibility of animals 2 Mon Apr 11 2005 8 30 pm Searching for Video on Tapeworms 0 Tue Apr 05 2005 3 03 am Protozoal hormones 0 Thu Mar 31 2005 3 41 pm Ethics 5 Mon Mar 21 2005 10 21 am sea cucumbers 0 Mon Mar 21 2005 5 01 am Species 1 Sat Mar 19 2005 2 15 am Urgent find the beestname 2 Thu Mar 17 2005 2 07 pm fossil corals 1 Thu Mar 17 2005 2 57 am Can you explain FISH for me 1 Wed Mar 16 2005 12 02 am Phlyum Cnidaria 1 Thu Mar 10 2005 10 18 pm White Moose Not ALBINO in Foleyet Ontario 2 Thu Feb 03 2005 1 54 am Need Help with Phrasology 1 Wed Jan 12 2005 7 05 am What is rarer 5 Fri Jan

    Original URL path: http://www.biology-online.org/biology-forum/topic-11-1025.html (2016-02-17)
    Open archived version from archive

  • Biology-Online • View topic - help me .what is this
    Jan 31 2016 2 44 pm I found this bone on the near the beach tke location is köyceğiz in turkey Attachments Reply with quote chemnorm chemnorm Posts 10 Joined Tue Feb 02 2016 6 18 am Website Wed Feb 03 2016 5 34 am Seems like the skeleton of a bird Post a reply Jump to Select a forum General Biology General Discussion Cell Biology Molecular Biology Zoology Discussion

    Original URL path: http://www.biology-online.org/biology-forum/about43349.html (2016-02-17)
    Open archived version from archive

  • Biology-Online • View topic - Green mammals
    it s harder to notice you when at place or to target you when moving That should be pretty useful Reply with quote JorgeLobo JorgeLobo Posts 424 Joined Mon Nov 17 2008 12 12 am Tue Mar 27 2012 2 48 am Agree with Jack Why are spot and srtipes more difficult to see when the bearer is moving Can we get a reference for that Please recall evolution doesn t go through a complex after the fact thinking process It may well be as simple as potential pathways in mammals to green pigmentation not beng available or relevant pathways not mutable to the end Reply with quote marquitosgm marquitosgm Posts 29 Joined Wed Mar 21 2012 12 51 pm Re Green mammals Thu Mar 29 2012 10 12 am Yes evolution usually works in simple ways but understanting them is often a complex task I didn t think much to write the green is useless for mammals theory just tried to be original in order to set scientific method to work In my opinion we have not added enough evidence in this thread yet as to support or rule this theory out However both hypotesis presented here are not mutually exclusive mammals may have lost their ability to create green pigmentations as a result of it not being an advantegeous trait for them Come on students do think and write Reply with quote marquitosgm marquitosgm Posts 29 Joined Wed Mar 21 2012 12 51 pm Re Green mammals Thu Mar 29 2012 7 12 pm Sorry I could n get this issue out of my mind I sought what others have wrote about it and came across this http www hhmi org askascientist answe 5 195 html Highly interesting Cheers Reply with quote cyanodave cyanodave Posts 17 Joined Tue Mar 27 2012 2 41 am Fri Mar 30 2012 12 33 am One solution may be the size of arboreal mammals large and even smaller monkeys are not often hunted from above the trees but from the ground and when they are in trees they cling to branches for support not leaves as arthropods might This might also explain why smaller arboreal mammals even terrestrial mammals that might inhabit grass do not have a green pigment they are not often associated with leaves as they gather food from the support of brown branches and tree trunks often not substantially smaller then themselves from the forest floor which is brown or from areas that are generally not grassy the area around a rabbits burrow does not grow grass Reply with quote OdinsRaven OdinsRaven Posts 24 Joined Mon May 21 2012 4 17 am Re Green mammals Mon May 21 2012 4 40 am Mating may also play an important role in the lack of green pigmented mammals such that mammals tend to select mates based on looks It may be possible that a green mammal such as a groundhog may not be attractive enough Just an idea Reply with quote

    Original URL path: http://www.biology-online.org/biology-forum/about24207.html (2016-02-17)
    Open archived version from archive

  • Biology-Online • View topic - Green mammals
    black The mandrill a primate is one of the few mammals with blue coloration The blue color is a structural color meaning that the molecular structure of the chemicals inside its body produces blue color by scattering blue light The same is true of blue colored birds because they use structural color as well That in turn means that the mandrill lacks melanin in the blue areas of its body which also means that those areas are not shielded from cancer causing UV light Luckily for the mandrill it lives inside forests so there is a lot less exposure to harmful UV light The mandrill also has patches of green colored skin because all it needs is a small amount of phaeomelanin to produce green color when the yellow pigment is mixed with the scattered blue light As other people have pointed out most mammalian predators have limited color vision For them red is indistinguishable from green color Therefore a reddish brown mammal looks green to them Hence it is really superfluous for mammals to evolve green color It is even dangerous to do so as those that live in open areas will be more likely to suffer sunburn and

    Original URL path: http://www.biology-online.org/biology-forum/about24207-12.html (2016-02-17)
    Open archived version from archive



  •