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Counterintuitively, mimicry itself can generate new patterns through the exchange of features between species which mimic each other.
But, as the caterpillar matures, it turns green and sports an incredibly realistic set of black-and-white eye spots, which now mimics a smooth green snake (see next page).
Consequently, evaluation of statistical properties of MIMIC model for detecting DIF can be quite valuable when the focal group is small.
The Mimic Men are performing at Jesterval, part of The North East Comedy Festival, on June 11.
"This is a major breakthrough, as it allows scientists to use this information to design a drug that mimics the true beneficial changes caused by exercise," Dr Hoffman said.
Mialon and Miller prepared a biorenewable thermoplastic, poly(dihydroferulic acid) (PHFA), which is said to be an effective polyethylene terephthalate (PET) mimic. It's polymerized by step-growth condensation polymerization of acetyldihydroferulic acid, resulting in the PET-like polymer.
THE MIMIC (Channel 4, Wednesday,10pm) DOES Terry Mynott have the best job in telly?
The first series of The Mimic, in which Mynott stars as Martin Hurdle, a maintenance man who's got an uncanny ability to mimic voices, went down a treat last year, so it's no surprise at all that it's back for a second run.
"Protelica's novel library design is a clear advance over previous approaches to the development of antibody mimic libraries," said Dr.
In a study of 18-month-old infants, we began with a six-minute play period in which an adult either mimicked or did not mimic infants.
The stump of an occluded middle cerebral artery (MCA) is a rare but important aneurysm mimic. A 57-year- old male was admitted due to recurrent onset of transient ischemic attack.