zebra finch

  1. small Australian weaverbird with markings like a zebra's
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  • Currently there are 23 ongoing ACF projects involving experimentation with mice, rats, hamsters, rabbits, ducks, sandpipers, and zebra finches.
  • Young indigo buntings and zebra finches require social interactions to acquire songs.
  • In their study, the researchers compared two species of night-migratory songbirds - garden warblers and European robins - with two non-migratory songbirds - zebra finches and canaries.
  • In the species that I study, the zebra finch, they make lifelong couples, and it's very important for them to recognize their mate," he says.
  • Developmentally, estrogens might be synthesized only locally in the telencephalon of male Zebra Finches to masculinize the neural circuits controlling song.
  • Adkins-Regan and Wade also found that masculinized female Zebra Finches (with sex-reversed gonads) exhibit male-typical bill coloration.
  • Theunissen and his colleague Channing Moore thought there must be brain circuits in a zebra finch that filter out unwanted sounds.
  • The show should only consist of budgerigars, canaries, zebra finches, Bengalese finches, pigeons and captive bred British birds.
  • Zebra finch males sing multisyllable songs with many notes. PhysOrg.com - latest science and technology news stories
  • Like most birds, zebra finches sing as the sun rises.
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