While many animals communicate vocally, songbirds are among the few their communication sounds learn in a manner similar to humans. Although human and bird brains are different, the researchers believe that both the speech and song learning processes similar neural mechanisms. It is very difficult make for the human experiments, said Jin. Experiments experiments, we use the songbird. Are much simpler than are much simpler than humans, and have fewer neurons. .

This means that the decision in the branch point is random, and the branch, which propagates chosen, independently of chosen, independently of events. Up to this point.. The underlying mechanism for stringing together multiple song syllables is similar to putting words together a sentence a sentence. Flexibility allows the researchers to focus on how this mechanism determines syllable syntax. The similarity between the restriction and flexibility, very solid, said Jin.Thanks to a National Institute of Health Grant, Peter Palenchar, an assistant professor of Chemicals at Rutgers – Camden will be to categorize decades worth of scholarships to enzymes in one database , starting with those adenosine molecules containing adenosine.

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