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How to Pronounce Left Branching

Can we reach 1 Like? Watch video to the end :) left-branching /ˈlɛftˌbræntʃɪŋ, -ˌbrɑn-/ [left-bran-ching, -brahn-] adjective Linguistics. (of a grammatical c...

How to Pronounce Leftbranching

Can we reach 1 Like? Watch video to the end :) left-branching /ˈlɛftˌbræntʃɪŋ, -ˌbrɑn-/ [left-bran-ching, -brahn-] adjective Linguistics. (of a grammatical construction) characterized...

Decorah Eagles 1st Day's Compilation of Branching 6-16-11

6-16-11. All times "nest time" CDT. Today the eaglets actively began to move to the left branch. RRP cams, http://www.raptorresource.org/index.htm Decorah Ea...

First-Branching-S2

At 6:32AEDT S2 made a 57second trip to the front left branch. The empty nest time has been reduced. Well done S2. Thanks Geoff for retrieving HD vid so quick...

Neurospora crassa ro-1 mutant in microfluidic structure - movie 3

Hypha of the Neurospora crassa ro-1 mutant navigates a small maze structure. The hypha enters the maze from the left, branching frequently. Despite the confi...

Decorah Eagles, 2013 06 15, Fly in, tug o fish, branch walking

First Mom flies in with a fish and lands on the nest, and then immediately following, Dad flies in with a fish also, both fish are instantly mantled for with...

6 24 14 Pittsburgh Hays Eagles, Morning branching by H2 & H4

H4 to the left goes up the tree limb, H2 on the nest doing all the branching.

Decorah Eagles 6-16-2012 Third Branching!

D13 (in front) and D14 (in back) loll on the nest on a warm afternoon. 0:27 D12 flies in from the right. 1:29 D13 flies to the Y branch. 3:56 D12 in front, D...

Decorah Eagles, 2013 06 23, Second fledge, home alone, high branching, return, parent watching

D17 is by the tree trunk and D15 is on the right side. We see D17 wingercizing across the nest, climbing tree trunks and perching, and D15 is just nest perch...

Kestrel juvenile branching

The 1st juvenile left the safety of the nest box this morning.

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