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due to the lower light level and higher humidity created by the nylon mesh cap), (ii) to explore the effects of seed mass on seedling emergence in contrasting light conditions, and (iii) to determine whether there is an intrinsic effect of seed mass on seed behavior in the absence of ecological factors (e.
A methodology is required to compile aboriginal knowledge of long-term regional changes in wildlife populations and the ecological factors that may influence these changes.
To understand more fully the history of ecosystem management - the land ethic, hierarchial framework, and selection of the right ecological factors to manage ecosystems effectively and efficiently (Leopold 1933).
This procedure is useful in this, and other, intraspecific interisland studies where both historical factors and a range of ecological factors can play an important role in determining morphological evolution.
In Over the Edge, Burt reports findings from a second even more complex investigation dealing with the economic and ecological factors that account for the size of and growth in the nation's homeless population.
V1 and V3 resembled two ecological factors found in the Hofstede (1980) cross-national study: Uncertainty Avoidance and Power Distance, but the highest loading items in the cross-organizational studies were not the same as in the cross-national study.
I wanted the world itself to become the classroom for my students as they investigate the environmental and ecological factors that threaten the longevity of our planet.
Hilborn responded by saying that the forage fish are best managed on a case-by-case basis that takes into account the unique biological and ecological factors affecting different forage species.
Gololobov shows how the designation of 'Far North', which at first appears to be an acknowledgement of ecological factors, was in fact a designation bent to fit political needs.
Stepwise discriminant analysis showed a series of seven ecological factors play important role on distinguish the bedding and foraging sites in accordance with the order of its contribution value: distance away from livestock vegetation cover hiding cover level distance to summit of mountain distance from the settlements altitude distance from the hidden objects.
I think this is a really nice indication that evolution, depending on the ecological factors involved, can drive things in different directions for simplification and for becoming smaller," says Mark Martindale, director of the Kewalo Marine Laboratory at the University of Hawaii at Manoa.
As earth scientists, we love to debate different environmental and ecological factors in extinctions, but the truth is that all of these factors interact with one another in complicated ways, and you need a way of teasing these interactions apart.
Likely, many other ecological factors play an important role in the population dynamics of Unionid mussels.
True (A) or false (B)--click on the correct answer: Eye diseases caused by infectious agents have no association with ecological factors such as rainfall and temperature.
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