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Definition of the noun molting
What does molting mean as a name of something?
- periodic shedding of the cuticle in arthropods or the outer skin in reptiles
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The American Agriculturist (1893)
Molting is a very exhausting process. The crop of new feathers makes a heavy draught upon the system. It is not, or ought not to be, surprising that few eggs are now laid by the flock. Occasionally a fowl...
How Fast Can a Falcon Dive? (2010)
Fascinating Answers to Questions about Birds of Prey by Peter Capainolo, Carol A. Butler
Molting is the periodic loss and regrowth of feathers, a natural process in all birds . Feathers are amazingly strong and resilient structures, but over time they become worn, frayed, broken, and faded, making them less useful, and so they are lost in a molt and replaced. The timing and sequence of molt is tremendously variable. In general, raptors molt once each year, but not always completely. A newly fledged raptor has a fresh coat of perfect feathers, and in many species the color and ...
A Hummingbird in My House (2010)
The Story of Squeak by Arnette Heidcamp
The Molt Molting is the gradual, periodic replacement of old and worn-out feathers The molting season and the duration of the molt cycle is different in the various species of hummingbird. With some species the molt is an annual event, while others molt more than once each year. The process uses a great deal of energy and has a definite affect on metabolism. When feathers are missing, the body loses heat more rapidly than when the bird is fully feathered, thus requiring more fuel to ...
A Straightforward Beginner's Guide by Jill b.
Molting Rooster Molting Molting is a natural process of feather Roosters.
The Baculoviruses (2013)
by Lois K. Miller
As mentioned earlier, molting is an essential part of insect development and is controlled by ecdysteroid hormones, such as 20-hydroxyecdysone. The Synthesis of ecdysteroids during larval and pupal development occurs mainly in the prothoracic gland and is stimulated by the action of prothoracicotropic hormone (PTTH), a small neuropeptide. Ecdysteroid catabolism is controlled by a complex assortment of enzymes, some of which BACULOVIRUS INSECTICIDES 345.
Beautiful Butterflies (2008)
by Meish Goldish
Shedding and growing an exoskeleton is called molting. Caterpillars molt about four times as they grow bigger. adult Monarch butterfly A World of Color Butterflies are important. 15.
by Monica M. Tighe, Marg Brown
Molting is the process of shedding and regrowth of feathers, influenced by season, temperature, nutrition, stress, species, ...
A Guide for Veterinary Practitioners by Cheryl B. Greenacre, Teresa Y. Morishita
Molting is a period of time during which the hen needs to rest its reproductive system. The oviduct regresses until the hen ...
by Paras Nath
Molting: The process of digesting the old cuticle, secreting the new cuticle, and shedding the old cuticle (Fig. 167). Molting fluid: A substance secreted by the epidermal cells; contains chitinase and protease and digests old endocuticle (Fig .
A Dictionary of Genetics (2006)
by Robert C. King, William D. Stansfield, Pamela K. Mulligan
molting, the periodic shedding of the cuticle of arthropods. Ecdysis is of great antiquity, since fossil trilobites (q.v.) in exuvial condition have been collected from Cambrian strata. 2. in dinoflag- ellates, the ...
by Heinz Mehlhorn, Horst Aspöck
Implications Non-steroidal molting hormone agonists which bind to the functional ecdysteroid receptor are used for insect ...
Encyclopedia of Insects (2009)
by Vincent H. Resh, Ring T. Cardé
Molting. Lynn. M. Riddiford. University. of. Washington. M. olting is the process of producing a new cuticle and the subsequent shedding (or ecdysis) of the old cuticle. This molt is orchestrated by a series of hormones so that it can be triggered ...
by Mark W. Denny, Steven Dean Gaines
MOLTING The exoskeleton of arthropods provides protection from predatots, abrasion, desiccation, and invading organisms (Fig. 1). It also gives structural support and allows for the antagonistic muscle movement. The rigid nature of the ...
by Frank J. Dye
ecdysis See: molting. ecdysone the ...
Finnish-English dictionary (1916)
by Karl Vilhelm Arminen, Eetu Aaltio
moulting, molting; siipisatoaika moulting (1. molting) ...
by Maggenti Mary Ann, Maggenti Armand, Gardner Scott
ecdysial cleavage line see epicranial suture ecdysial fluid see molting fluid ecdysial glands see prothoracic glands ecdysial membrane ...
by Marc Bekoff, Carron A. Meaney
INDUCED MOLTING. See CHICKENS. INSTITUTIONAL ANIMAL CARE AND USE COMMITTEES (IACUCs) Since 1985,withextensive revision oftheLaboratory AnimalWelfare Act* and the adoption of new policies by the National Institutes of ...
Encyclopedia of the Arctic (2012)
by Mark Nuttall
Molting has different functions in different habitats and geographic regions, and the change from summer to winter plumage is one aspect. Summer and winter feathers have different lengths and densities; there are also some structural ...
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The value of this 7-letter word is 10 points. It is included in the first and second editions of the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.
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