serin

[ UK /sˈɛɹɪn/ ]
NOUN
  1. any of various brown and yellow finches of parts of Europe
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  • The visual system of most bird species, including all passerine birds tested to date, is sensitive to UV wavelengths.
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  • • Healthy fats to keep their cell walls integral but permeable -- such as omega-3 fats, and phosphatidylserine and phosphatidyl choline, available from foods and supplements Alison Rose Levy: Fix Your Mood with Brain Food
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  • It is remarkable that the principle fluorophore is derived from a triplet of adjacent amino acids: the serine, tyrosine, and glycine residues at locations 65, 66, and 67 (referred to as Ser65, Tyr66, and Gly67; see Figure 2). Archive 2005-10-01
  • A protein resistant to heat and proteolysis that inhibits serine proteases was isolated from wheat leaf apoplasts.
  • Never, not even once,’ he said when asked if he had considered just trousering the money and keeping quiet about his good fortune.
  • Several studies have shown that yearling passerines are more frequently cuckolded by older males than vice versa.
  • In addition to supporting Columba trocaz, several forest areas are also very important for a number of Madeiran subspecies, notably the birds of prey and passerines living within the forest canopy such Madeira chaffinch (Fringilla coelebs maderensis) and Madeira firecrest (Regulus ignicapillus maderensis). Madeira evergreen forests
  • The basal ganglia of the brain are peculiarly rich in acetylcholine, the presence of which must presumably have some significance; and suggestive effects of eserine and of acetylcholine, injected into the ventricles of the brain, have been described. Sir Henry Dale - Nobel Lecture
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