Предварительное сообщение об адаптивности половых различий формы клюва у двух видов ястребиных с комментариями по эволюции обратного полового диморфизма у птиц
The article dicusses verious of Catherine's the Great policy.
The relationships between characteristics of the home environment and settings of personal security in adolescence are examined. We proposed that the home environment predicted of personal security, and this relationship was moderated by gender and living place. In total, 571 students of different faculties of the Moscow universities (Mage=19,8, SDage=3,2, 121 a young man, approximately half from the regions) participated in the study. Seven questionnaires were used. It was found that young Muscovites males and girls from the regions were the most susceptible to supporting features of their habitat, and the young men living in the dormitory used the possible home support at the least.
This book provides an information about sexual selection and it's role in th eorigin of modern species of animals, as well as humans. Sex and gender are two sides of one coin, replecting our complex biosocial nature. Different male and females dtartegies in traditional societies are demonstrated, as well as thier associations with reproductive success and social status. The reasons of permanent presence of a numbe rod gender stereotypes in traditional and modern societies are discussed.
The book contains abstracts of the Xlllth Internationa! Ornithological Conference of Northern Eurasia held at the Orenburg State Pedagogical University (30 April -6 May 2010). It includes more than 400 abstracts of t he plenary lectures and symposia reports, as well as the poster presentations and materials from the round-table discussions. Papers are devoted to general ornithology, conservation of birds and applied ornithological research, as well as issues related to wider ornithological understanding and education. It is of interest to zoologists, educators and nature lovers in general.
The article deals with linguistic classifications revealing correlations between extralinguistic factors influencing lingual speech characteristics and syntactic structures produced by the speaker.