releaser

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  • Then they made their first video single, supported by Billig Cinema, an independent movie releaser company.
  • There are some to whom this is the main releaser of energy; struggle, competition and victory over another is their stimulus. Cited from The Foundations of Personality, by Abraham Myerson
  • The terms sign stimulus and releaser are sometimes used interchangeably, however, they have different meanings.
  • The results showed that the female's ventral hind wing was the greatest releaser of male sexual behavior.
  • Under certain conditions a pheromone can act as both a releaser and primer pheromone.
  • Since the best releaser of energy is enthusiasm, don't try to get that by lying around in bed or playing checkers at a health resort. Cited from Outwitting Our Nerves, by Josephine A. Jackson and Helen M. Salisbury
  • The releaser behavior pattern of V. rufa is more readily noticeable than that of other British species.
  • The term releaser is used for a stimulus that has evolved to facilitate communication between conspecifics (animals of the same species).
  • Both releaser and primer pheromones have been demonstrated in this species.
  • His first solo releaser was "Way to Rio".
  • Replicating the releaser required to trigger a FAP is known as code-breaking.
  • A queen recognition (releaser) hormone is stored in the poison sac along with three other compounds.
  • Trust in others is a releaser of energy; distrust paralyzes it. Cited from The Foundations of Personality, by Abraham Myerson
  • Releaser pheromones trigger an almost immediate behavioral response from the receiving bee.
  • This was the concept that one could build an artificial object which was a stronger stimulus or releaser for an instinct than the object for which the instinct originally evolved.
  • Acceptance of this droplet by the female acts as behavioral releaser and immediately leads to copulation.
  • On the other hand, the emotion of fear may be a releaser of energy for the prospective victim; it may release the energies of flight and add to the power of the animal. Cited from The Foundations of Personality, by Abraham Myerson
  • The copyright belongs to the soundtrack releaser, Varese Sarabande and the cover is used only for promotional purposes.
  • Egg hatching of E. soleae induces a releaser response where the larva swims up and down the water column in the ocean to find the sole host.
  • As a non-electric pneumatically operated device, the washer/releaser could be used on small dairy farms without electricity that used an engine to supply milking vacuum, and used well water to cool milk.
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