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The bionic expert Professor Stanislav Gorb of Kiel University, Germany, and the material scientist Professor Naoe Hosoda of the National Institute for Material Science in Japan, discovered the remarkable ability of the terrestrial leaf beetle to walk underwater.
This advantageous 'directed dispersal' (see Hanzawa et al., 1988) may also pertain to seeds that are discarded in the immediate vicinity of the nest (e.g., Gorb et al., 2000) but below the soil surface within the organic horizon (see Culver and Beattie, 1978) where seeds remain effectively hidden from view.
The award-winning Caroline Clegg has directed the production, with music given by Adam Gorb.
n ll ers abian oses n Snow m stu Shie Gorb the on T brot dete hand pent h Social care student Rachel Shields, 19, from Gorbals, was first queue at 5pm Tuesday with brother David and, determined to get hands on the first tickets, spent incredible 16 hours on the street.
The contemporary music group Ensemble 10/10 holds its concerts at The Cornerstone, and during their season new works will be heard by Stephen Pratt and Graham Warner, an opera by Adam Gorb and commissions by Emily Howard, Ian Gardiner and Andrew Norman.
The findings support research carried out in 2006 by biology and zoology expert Stanislav Gorb, who published a paper suggesting that tarantulas may save themselves from falling by releasing silk threads from their feet.
Dragonflies perch to thermoregulate (May, 1978) and to scan their territory for intruders, prey and mates (Moore, 1952; Ottolenghi, 1987; Gorb, 1995).
Some phylogenetic hypotheses show a polytomy among Psocodea, Thysanoptera, and Hemiptera (e.g., Kristensen 1991; Beutel and Gorb 2001).