|ADJ || nocturnal | more nocturnal | most nocturnal |
|NOUN || a nocturnal | nocturnals |
ADJ positive | comparative | superlative
NOUN article.ind sg | pl
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- It is exceptional in its genus in having nocturnal fragrant flowers, presumably pollinated by nocturnal animals such as bats and small lemurs.
- During nocturnal migration ("nocmig"), many birds give nocturnal flight calls, which are short, contact-type calls.
- Flowers with nocturnal anthesis generally are white or less colorful, and as such, they contrast more strongly with the night.
- Though it was previously thought that the snakes presented diurnal and nocturnal habits, more evidence suggests that they are completely nocturnal, even during winter months.
- Tropical house geckos are mainly nocturnal and are voracious hunters of nocturnal flying and crawling insects.
- Nocturnal luminosity influences the annual pattern of activity rhythms and affects both diurnal and nocturnal behaviour.
- The zoo includes a nocturnal building, where day and night are reversed so that visitors can see the nocturnal animals, and an indoor rainforest exhibit with porcupine, fruit bats, a two-toed sloth, and many birds.
- Hedgehogs and sugar gliders are just two of the many nocturnal species kept as (exotic) pets.
- Children with OSA also show a higher risk for nocturnal enuresis The risk for nocturnal enuresis increases with the severity of the sleep-disordered breathing: the more respiratory events per hour of sleep, the higher is the risk for nocturnal enuresis.
- The effectiveness of pegcetacoplan was evaluated in a study enrolling 80 participants with paroxysmal nocturnal hemoglobinuria and anemia who had been taking eculizumab, a treatment previously approved for paroxysmal nocturnal hemoglobinuria.
- The third room of the exhibit is the nocturnal room.
- Subtribe Trachynotina excepting, they show an almost uniform tendency to be nocturnal, crepuscular or shade-loving.
- The combination of sleep paralysis and hypnagogic hallucination could cause someone to believe that a "demon was holding them down". Nocturnal arousal etc.
- "Agave virginica" is adapted primarily to nocturnal pollination by medium-sized moths and larger sphinx moths.
- In the more northern areas of its range (around Serengeti), they are nocturnal 85% of the time. However, around South Africa, they are nocturnal only in the summer and diurnal during the winter.
- ... Nocturnal urinary continence is dependent on 3 factors: 1) nocturnal urine production, 2) nocturnal bladder function and 3) sleep and arousal mechanisms.
- This is a list of nocturnal animals and groups of animals. Birds are listed separately in the List of nocturnal birds.
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