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On the other hand, many stenobiontny and hemistenobiontny types, which are adapted for existence in the narrow ranges on a number of ecological factors, as a rule, act as assektator, become rare and endangered species as the combination of necessary narrow ranges of many factors is met much less often and less steadily.
Factor 3 has four indexes higher load, the four indexes in turn is landscape ecology, ecological resources of integrity, environmental protection, ecological environment of coordination, and these indicators reflect is ice snow tourism resources and ecological value, so called as ecological factors.
The child--as an ecological factor contributing demands on the teacher--was most often discussed with reference to children with whom teachers felt close, but even those relationships posed behavioral and social-emotional challenges.
The extent to which ecological factors influence the academic success of African American students has a long history in educational research (Horton, 2004; Reynolds, 1989; Wooley & Grogan-Kaylor, 2006).
Choice of kin in consanguineous marriages: effects of altruism and ecological factors.
Between studied ecological factors, elevation was the most important for variation within and among both the species.
In fact, family satisfaction was the only ecological factor associated with all dimensions of sibling adjustment.
However, this limitation does not apply to ecological factor analyses, in which the score for each case is the mean of a large number of individual scores.
Ecological factor classification and measurement methods are based on Oil (1996) Zhang and Ma (2000) Liu et al.
Between studied ecological factors, elevation was the most important ecological factor in creation intraspecific diversity.
Each ecological factor, however, has an impact on immigrants' mental health across multiple levels of the ecology.
Disturbance is another ecological factor that affects these ecosystems but it is not presented in detail nor is the Intermediate Disturbance Hypothesis, which is central to the maintenance of mussel beds.
The relatively large number of origins of active fungus dispersal indirectly supports the suggestion that co-pollinators may be a common ecological factor preventing selection for active pollination; in contrast to pollination systems, there is rarely an obvious guild of other insects that may serve as co-dispersers among fungus feeders.
An obvious ecological factor of potential importance in the high survival of hybrids is their diet.
Peter Diver, Programmes Manager at SSE, says of the project: The modernization of the Mucomir hydropower plant ensures the commercial viability of the facility while taking account of ecological factors and using the most effective technological solution.
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