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The Scheme is targeted at improving the Child Sex Ratio through multi sectoral interventions including prevention of gender biased sex selection and promoting girls education and her holistic empowerment.
Wyneken and her team documented rainfall and sand temperature relationships as well as rainfall, nest temperatures and hatchling sex ratios at a loggerhead turtle nesting beach in Boca Raton, located in southeast Florida.
The team also studied the mating behaviour of the crabs by monitoring small populations in three tanks in which the male to female sex ratios were different: 1:1, 2:1 and 4:1, respectively.
We studied the sex ratio of Red-breasted Flycatcher (Ficedula parva) nestlings, a small, socially monogamous, migratory passerine.
According to United Nations' data, India's child sex ratio dropped from 964 in 1971 to 918 in 2011.
Determination of sperm sex ratio by multiplex real-time polymerase chain reaction
Women, at the launch of a new study on sex ratios and gender-biased sex selection.
The sex ratio of a population may either be expressed as the number of males per 100 females or as number of females per 1000 males.
You shouldn't go by the census report about the child sex ratio as its authenticity has been questioned by some of the local experts here.
Sex ratio represents number of female population available for 1000 male population.
Sex ratios were elevated in Armenia and Azerbaijan for first births (138 and 113, respectively); if the first child was a girl, the sex ratio in Armenia was even higher for the second birth (154).
in particular, do black-capped vireos engage in extra-pair matings or are they strictly monogamous, and what are sex ratios of nestlings (the apparent sex ratio of adults is biased toward males)?