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(physics) the ratio of the number of atoms of a specific isotope of an element to the total number of isotopes present

(chemistry) the ratio of the total mass of an element in the earth's crust to the total mass of the earth's crust

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The mean abundances distribution in different habitats was checked by Pearson's correlation coefficients among seasons (Ge et al.
Still, Payne was cautious relative to extending her results as reflecting the internal composition of the stars: " The observations on abundances refer merely to the stellar atmosphere, and it is not possible to arrive in this way at conclusions as to internal composition.
Consequently, mosquito abundance and the transmission of many mosquitoborne pathogens can be affected by hydrologic variability, in particular, fluctuations in the water cycle that alter the availability of suitable aquatic habitats.
Of three species that showed a 10-fold decline in abundance in fragments compared to continuous forest, two were predators, one fed on fungal spores, one was large, two were small, their natural abundances ranged from low to high, one was a carabid, and two were staphylinids.
In each tank, three replicates were taken at 0, 3, 6, and 9 days to measure phytoplankton abundance.
Since construction of the Endicott Causeway, fish and oceanographic monitoring studies have been conducted at the four original 1982 baseline stations, providing a large database on species abundance and water temperature and salinity in the Sagavanirktok Delta (Cannon et al.
We used the 79 monitoring samples to examine the temporal distribution and patterns of abundance of both species.
But there was no difference in relative abundances of pest and beneficial insects between the two years (year by insect type interaction; F[sub.
As to total biomasses or abundances, only total biomass without Chaoborus was significantly connected to layers.
Large patches that had an abundance of females in 1995 had the highest abundances in 1996.
Our assumption is that if two independent estimates do not reflect true population abundances, their variations would not be correlated to one another.
1997) indicated that present-day abundances, even on the medium-mortality beds, are below such densities, but abundances in the 1970s were very likely high enough and medium-mortality abundances circa 2002 (Fig.
The new value is also at odds with well-established correlations between deuterium and measured abundances of other elements in stars and the gases between them.