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"These neurons are acting as a base for vocalization. But they don't determine the individual parts of the song," Tschida said.
Birds always were physically restrained by the same operator, who evaluated the response to handling and the vocalization intensity at two time points: at first capture, when the parrot was physically restrained with the aid of a blanket and leather gloves for individual weighing on a scale, and at second capture, after the sedation-score assessment.
Keywords:Animal welfare, Behavior, Group size, Hy-line Brown, Laying hens, Vocalization.
Each resulting value shows if a given 5-second conversation segment was dominated by vocalization, silence, or was equally shared by both vocalization and silence.
(https://news.utexas.edu/2016/07/11/dinosaurs-may-have-cooed-like-doves) Chad Eliason , a postdoctoral researcher at The University of Texas Jackson School of Geosciences and the study's co-author, said: "Our results show that closed-mouth vocalization has evolved at least 16 times in archosaurs, a group that includes birds, dinosaurs and crocodiles.
Vocalization is a good way to salvage a hunt on an educated coyote.
For instance, there are times when Huehnergard finds the syllabic evidence to be insufficient to dissuade him from what is deemed to be the correct vocalization on comparative grounds, as in his reconstruction of the preposition l as [li] despite the syllabic spelling le-e in a polyglot vocabulary (Huehnergard explains the Id as the result of a sporadic shift in the vowel quality of HI near a sonorant; thus he vocalizes the preposition as "/li-/, pronounced [le-]" [p.
Excessive vocalization, and in particular a change in the vocalization habit, may be an indication of disease.
2007), consisting of an initial baseline during which infant vocalizations were ignored (i.e., no adult attention and food delivery), followed by a phase of mand training (contingent delivery of food for each instance of a vocalization), and then a differential reinforcement of other-than-vocalizations (DRO) phase as a control condition (Poulson 1983; Poulson 1984; Poulson and Nunes 1988).