To determine whether exposure to the eyespot
image on the welcome page affected subjects' emotional states, they were asked to respond to the following item: "A number of words and phrases that describe different feelings and emotions appear below.
Otaki, "Artificially induced changes of butterfly wing colour patterns: dynamic signal interactions in eyespot
development," Scientific Reports, vol.
[14.] Turner AS, Nicholson P, Edwards SG, Bateman GL, Morgan LW, Todd AD, Parry DW, Marshall J and M Nuttall Evaluation of diagnostic and quantitative PCR for the identification and severity assessment of eyespot
and sharp eyespot
in winter wheat.
Somaclonal variation and eyespot
toxin tolerance in sugarcane.
(3) Although the poet does not name a particular species of butterfly, the blue eyespots
suggest that she may be thinking of the Mourning Cloak, a common North American variety whose wings are decorated with round blue markings.
But, he believes the newfound type of eyespot
is unique to the coral-dwelling life-forms.
Genetic control of Resistance to the sterol 14a-Demethylase inhibitor fungicide prochloraz in the cereal eyespot
pathogen Tapesia yallundae.
Scattered randomly along the back half of the fish are 6 to 12 black eyespots
that are often bordered with a white or yellow halo.
Regarding wing pattern the genera Mesosemia, Semomesia, Mesophthalma and Terathophtalma are similar having an eyespot
placed immediately in the forewing discal cell apex with several narrow bands on the dorsal wings surface common in Mesosemia and Semomesia, but in the enigmatic Eunogyra all of these are absent.
1), and was distinguished from a similar genus (Glenodinium) by the absence of an eyespot
(Ehrenberg 1830, 1838).
The pulsing vacuole that connects to the flagellar pore of the transversal flagellum is reddish and looks like an eyespot
. Among diatoms, Odontella aurita (Lyngbye) Brebison and Nitzschia sigma (Kutzing) Smith were the most abundant species.
They are equipped with a flagellum, eyespot
, vacuoles, chloroplasts, plastids, and a cell nucleus.