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In a study published in the journal Biology Letters, researchers found that male crickets impress their dates with gifts of food that are light on nutrition but heavy on appetite stimulants. Karen Hopkin reports




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 This is Scientific American's 60-Second Science. I'm Karen Hopkin. This will just take a minute.

 

As Valentine’s day approaches, remember, it’s the thought that counts. Just ask a decorated cricket. Because according to a study published in the January 21 issue of the journal Biology Letters, the nuptial gift that male crickets use to woo their women is just a handful of amino acids—in a whole lotta water.

Many insects use a food offering to win over a potential mate. For crickets, the giftbag serves to distract the female while the actual sperm transfer takes place. As long as she’s busy eating, she won’t reach around and remove that little packet of swimmers. And the longer she feeds, the more sperm will make it through. And, presumably, the more little crickets that male will sire.

But the male, of course, wants to get the biggest bang for his buck. So his goal is to minimize what he lays out in his token of appreciation. The solution? The cricket’s gift contains a small sampling of amino acids, mostly nonessential glycine, and 84 percent water. But those amino acids act as an appetite stimulant, which causes the female to spend more time enjoying her nutritionally empty snack. It’s a cheap gift, but it works. Because nothing says “be mine” like a gooey glob of glycine.

 

Thanks for the minute for Scientific American's 60-Second Science. I'm Karen Hopkin.

 

 

 

 

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As Valentine's Day approaches,remember,it's the thought that counts.Just ask a decorated cricket,because according to a study published in the January 21st Issue of the Journal Biology letters./ gift that male crickets use to woo their women is just a handful of amino acid in a whole lot of water.Many insects use food offering to win over a potential mate.For crickets the giftbag serves to distract the female while the actual sperm transfer takes place,as long as she's busy eating,she won't reach around and remove that little packet of swimmers.And the longer she feeds,the more sperms will make it through and presumably the more little crickets that male will sire.

 

But the male of course wants to get the biggest bang for his buck. So his goal to minimize what he lays out in his talking of appreciation. The solution? The cricket's gift contains small sampling of amino acid mostly nonessential glycine and 84% water and those amino acids act as an appetite stimulant which causes the female to spend more time enjoying her nutritionally empty snack.It's a cheap gift but it works because nothing says "Be mine" like a / glob of glycine.

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This podcast is brought to you by Scientific American's instinct egghead guide to the mind. For more information, go to instinct egghead.com.
     This is Scientific American's 60-Second Science, I am Karen Hopkin, this will just take a minute.
     As Valentin's Day approaches, remember, it's the thought of counts. Just ask a decorated cricket, because according to a study published on the January 21st issue of the Journal Biology Letters, the nuptial gift that male crickets use to / their women is just a handful / /,in a whole a lot of water.
    Many insects use a food offering to win over a potential mate. For crickets, the giftbag serve to distract female while actural sperm transfer takes place. As long as she is busy eating, she won't reach around and remove that little packet of swimmers. And the longer she feeds,the more sperm will make it through.And presumably, the more little crickets that male will /.
   But the male, of course, wants the biggest the bag for its bugs.So his goal is to minimize what he lays out in his token of appreciation. The solution, the cricket's gift contains a small  / of /. Mostly not a sential /, and 84 percent water.But those / acts an appetite stimulant, which causes the female to spend more time enjoying her / snack. It's a cheap gift, but it works.Because nothing says be mine like a / /.
    Thanks for the minute, for Scientific American's 60-Second Science, I am Karen Hopkin.

cricket:  蟋蟀

 

nuptial: 婚姻的

 

sire: 繁殖

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This podcast is brought you by Scientific American's Instant Egghead Guide to the mind.For more information,go to instantegghead.com.

 

This is Scientific American's 60-Second Science.I'm Karen Hopkin.This'll just take a minute.

 

As Valentine's Day approaches,remember,it's the thought that counts.Just ask a decorated cricket,because according to a study published in the January 21st Issue of the Journal Biology letters. the nuptial gift that male crickets use to woo their women is just a handful of amino acid in a whole lot of water.

 

Many insects use a food offering to win over a potential mate.For crickets the giftbag serves to distract the female while the actual sperm transfer takes place,as long as she's busy eating,she won't reach around and remove that little packet of swimmers.And the longer she feeds,the more sperms will make it through and presumably the more little crickets that male will sire.

 

But the male of course wants to get the biggest bang for his buck. So his goal is to minimize what he lays out in his talking of appreciation. The solution? The cricket's gift contains a small sampling of amino acid mostly nonessential glycine and 84% water.But those amino acids act as an appetite stimulant which causes the female to spend more time enjoying her nutritionally empty snack.It's a cheap gift but it works because nothing says "Be mine" like a / glob of glycine.

 

Thanks for the minute for Scientific American's 60-Second Science.I'm Karen Hopkin.

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This podcast is brought you by Scientific American instinct egghead guide to the morning. For more information, go ahead instinctegghead.com. This is Scientific American 60-second Science. I’m Karen Hopkin. This will just take a minute. As Valentine’s Day approaches, remember, it’s the thought that counts. Just ask a decorated cricket. Because according to a study published in the January 21st issue of the Journal Biology Letters, that --- gift that male crickets used to woo their women, it’s just a handful of amino acid in a whole lot of water. Many insets use a food offering to win over a potential mate. For a cricket, the gift bag serves to distract the female while the actual sperm transfer takes place. As long as she is busy eating, she won’t reach around and remove that little packet of swimmers. And the longer she feeds, the more sperm will make it through and presumably, the more little crickets that male will ---. But the male, of course, wants to get the biggest bang for his bug. So his goals to minimize what he lays out in his token of appreciation. The solution? The cricket’s gift contains small sampling of amino acids, mostly not a sensual glycine, and 84% water. But those amino acids as an appetite stimulant which causes the female to spend more time enjoying her nutritionally empty snack, it’s a cheap gift, but it works. Because nothing says be mine like a gooey glob of glycine. Thanks for the minute, for Scientific American 60-second Science. I’m Karen Hopkin.
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This podcast is brought you by Scientific American's Instant Egghead Guide to the mind.For more information,go to instantegghead.com.

This is Scientific American's 60-Second Science.I'm Karen Hopkin.This'll just take a minute.

As Valentine's Day approaches,remember,it's the thought that counts.Just ask a decorated cricket,because according to a study published in the January 21st Issue of the Journal Biology letters. the nuptial gift that male crickets use to woo their women is just a handful of amino acid in a whole lot of water.

Many insects use a food offering to win over a potential mate.For crickets the giftbag serves to distract the female while the actual sperm transfer takes place,as long as she's busy eating,she won't reach around and remove that little packet of swimmers.And the longer she feeds,the more sperms will make it through and presumably the more little crickets that male will sire.

But the male of course wants to get the biggest bang for his buck. So his goal is to minimize what he lays out in his token of appreciation. The solution? The cricket's gift contains a small sampling of amino acid mostly nonessential glycine and 84% water.But those amino acids act as an appetite stimulant which causes the female to spend more time enjoying her nutritionally empty snack.It's a cheap gift but it works because nothing says "Be mine" like a gooey glob of glycine.

Thanks for the minute for Scientific American's 60-Second Science.I'm Karen Hopkin.
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This podcast is brought you by Scientific American instinct egghead guide to the morning. For more information, go to instinctegghead.com.

This is Scientific American's 60-Second Science.I'm Karen Hopkin.This'll just take a minute.

As Valentine's Day approaches,remember,it's the thought that counts.Just ask a decorated cricket,because according to a study published in the January 21st Issue of the Journal Biology letters. the nuptial gift that male crickets use to woo their women is just a handful of amino acid in a whole lot of water.

Many insects use a food offering to win over a potential mate.For crickets the giftbag serves to distract the female while the actual sperm transfer takes place,as long as she's busy eating,she won't reach around and remove that little packet of swimmers.And the longer she feeds,the more sperm will make it through and presumably the more little crickets that male will sire.

But the male, of course, wants to get the biggest bang for his buck. So his goal is to minimize what he lays out in his token of appreciation. The solution? The cricket's gift contains a small sampling of amino acids mostly not a sensual glycine and 84% water.But those amino acids act as an appetite stimulant which causes the female to spend more time enjoying her nutritionally empty snack.It's a cheap gift, but it works because nothing says "Be mine" like a gooey glob of glycine.

Thanks for the minute for Scientific American's 60-Second Science.I'm Karen Hopkin.

in token of 表示

sensual 肉体上享乐的

gooey 感伤的

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HOMEWORK

This is Scientific American 60-Second Science. I'm Karen Hopkin. This will just take a minute.

 

As Valentine’s Day approaches, remember it's the thought that counts. Just ask a decorated cricket. Because according to a study published in the January 21st issue of the journal Biology Letters, the nuptial gift that male cricket used to woo that women is just a handful of amino acids, you know, whole lot of water.

 

Many insects used a food offering to win over a potential mate, for crickets the gift bag serves to distract the female while the actual sperm transfer take place. As long as she is busy eating, she won't reach around and remove that little packet of swimmers. And the longer she feeds, the more sperm will make it through, and presumably, the more little crickets that male would sire.

 

But the male, of course, wants to get the biggest bang for its bug. So his goal is to minimize what he lays out in his token of appreciation. The solution??  The cricket's gift contains a sampling of amino acids, mostly not essential            , and 84% percent water. But those amino acids act as an appetite stimulant, which causes the female to spend more time enjoying her nutritionally empty snack. It's a cheap gift but it works, because nothing says "be mine" like a             .

 

Thanks for the minute. For Scientific American 60-Second Science, I'm Karen Hopkin.

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HM

 

This is Scientific Americans 60-Second Science. I'm Karen Hopkin. That will just take a minute.

 

As Valentine's Day approaches, remember it's the fault that counts, just as a decorated cricket.

 

Because according to a study published in January 21st issue of the Journal Biology letters, the upside gift that male crickets used to wound their women it's just a handful * and hold a lot of water

 

Many insects using food offering to win over a potential mate, for * the gift back serviced to distract the female while the actual sperm transfer takes place

 

As long as she is busy eating, she won't reach around and remove that little pack of swimmers. And the longer she feeds the more sperm will make it through

 

In presumably, the more little quick that male will *, but the male of course wants to get the biggest ban for its bug, so his goals to minimize what he lays out in his *taken of pre

 

The solution the quick its gift contains small sampling of * most not the centre * and 84% water but those the * act as a appetite stimulants which caused the female to spend more time enjoying her nutritional empty snack

 

It's a cheap gift, but it works, because nothing as be mine like a *

 

Thanks for the minute for Scientific Americans 60-Second Science. I'm Karen Hopkin.

 

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As Valentine's Day approaches,remember it's the ***, just as a decorated cricket.Because according to a study published in the january 21st issue of the Journal Biology Letter that the nuptial gift the male crickets use to * women is just a handful of amino acids,you know, a whole lot of water. Many insects use food offering to win over a potential mate. For crickets the giftbag servers to distract the female while the actual sperm transfer to take place.As long as she is busy eating.She won't reach around and remove that little pack of swimmers.And the longer she feeds,the more sperm will make through,and presumably the more little crickets that the male will *.But the male of course wants to get the biggest bang for his buck.So his goals to minimiaze what he lays out in his token of appreciation. The solution? The cricket's gift contains small sampling of amino acids mostly not essential glycine and 84% water and those amino acids act as an appetite stimulant which causes the female to spend more time enjoy her nutritionally empty snack.It's the cheap gift,but it works because nothing says be mine like a gooey glob of glycine.
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For crickets the giftbag serves to distract the female while the actual sperm transfer takes place,as long as she's busy eating,she won't reach around and remove that little packet of swimmers.And the longer she feeds,the more sperm will make it through and presumably the more little crickets that male will sire. But the male, of course, wants to get the biggest bang for his buck. So his goal is to minimize what he lays out in his token of appreciation. The solution? The cricket's gift contains a small sampling of amino acids mostly not a sensual glycine and 84% water.But those amino acids act as an appetite stimulant which causes the female to spend more time enjoying her nutritionally empty snack.It's a cheap gift, but it works because nothing says "Be mine" like a gooey glob of glycine. 这两段未看懂,哪位翻译下,氨基酸起到什么作用?精子转移又有什么意思?后面提到的糖胶又是什么意思
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homework

As Valentine's Day approaches, remember, it's the thought that counts. Just ask a decorated cricket. Because according to a study published in the January 21st issue of the journal Biology Letters, the nuptial gift that male crickets use to wool their women is just a handful of amino acids, you know, hold a lot of water. Many insects use a food offering to win over a potential maid. For a cricket, the gift back serves to distract the female while the actual sperm transfer takes place. As long as she is busy eating, she won't reach around at a remove that little packet of swimmers. And the longer she feeds, the more sperm will make it through. And presumably, the more little crickets that male will sire. But the male of course wants to get the biggest bang for its buck. So his goals to minimize what he lays out in his tokenable appreciation. The solution: the cricket's gift contains a small sampling of amino acids, mostly not essential glycine, and 84% water. But those amino acids act as an appetite stimulant, which causes the females to spend more time enjoying her nutritionally-empty snack. It's a cheap gift, but it works, because nothing aside be mind like a gooey glob of gassing.

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HW

This podcast is brought to you by Scientific American's Instant Egghead Guide to the Mind, for more information go to instantegghead.com

This is Scientific American's 60-second Science, I'm Karen Hopkin. This will just take a minute.

As Valentine’s day approaches, remember, it’s the thought that counts. Just ask a decorated cricket. Because according to a study published in the January 21 issue of the journal Biology Letters, the nuptial gift that male crickets use to woo their women is just a handful of amino acids—in a whole lotta water.

Many insects use a food offering to win over a potential mate. For crickets, the gift bag serves to distract the female while the actual sperm transfer takes place. As long as she’s busy eating, she won’t reach around and remove that little packet of swimmers. And the longer she feeds, the more sperm will make it through. And, presumably, the more little crickets that male will sire.

But the male, of course, wants to get the biggest bang for his buck. So his goal is to minimize what he lays out in his token of appreciation. The solution? The cricket’s gift contains a small sampling of amino acids, mostly nonessential glycine, and 84 percent water. But those amino acids act as an appetite stimulant, which causes the female to spend more time enjoying her nutritionally empty snack. It’s a cheap gift, but it works. Because nothing says “be mine” like a gooey glob of glycine.

Thanks for the minute, for Scientific American's 60-second Science, I'm Karen Hopkin.
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