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the body of Jews (or Jewish communities) outside Palestine or modern Israel

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the dispersion of the Jews outside Israel

the dispersion or spreading of something that was originally localized (as a people or language or culture)

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Bauxite mineral is formed form the mixture of multi-mineral isomporph of diaspore, Gibbsite, and Boehmite.
A smaller Macadamia from a more vagile tribe: inference of phylogenetic relationships, divergence times, and diaspore evolution in Macadarnia and relatives (tribe Macadamieae; Proteaceae).
Long distance dispersal is the favored hypothesis for diaspore movement in most instances (see also Thome, 1972; Carlquist, 1983), and in the majority of cases, North America has served as the source and South America the sink.
Geographic ranges of plant species in relation to dispersal morphology, growth form and diaspore weight.
The main species might be identified as ruderal weeds because they showed early emergence, short life cycle, quick and profuse diaspore production and great resources allocation in reproductive structures (RADOSEVICH et al.
Diaspore diversity in the anemochorous Gouanieae (Rhamnaceae).
Soon after, each filter-paper disk received 50 diaspores from the target-species (lettuce/onion), randomly arranged, with four replications for each treatment, according to Brasil (1992).
Interactions between ants and the diaspores of some common spring-flowering herbs in West Virginia.
Dans cet article, l'auteure examine deux recits diaspores de l'Asie-pacifique traitant d'enfants d'immigrants : Among the White Moon Faces: An Asian-American Memoir of Homeland, de Shirley Geok-lin Lim et Volcano: A Memoir of Hawai'i, de Garrett Hongo.
Wild poinsettia diaspores were scarified in pure sulfuric acid for five seconds and then washed in running water to standardize the seed integuments (AZANIA et al.
Although dispersal is probably mainly by gravity, the diaspores can also float for several days before becoming waterlogged and sinking (Conran pers.
These authors have reported that the imbibition of the diaspores in water (28[degrees]C) for 48 hours or the removal of the endocarp did not increase the germination percentage (41 and 37%, respectively), and the results were not different from the control diaspores, which reached 46% germination.