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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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A higher abundance of heavy elements might affect how planet-forming disks form and evolve.
Here, we hypothesized that the abundances should be higher in the diked lands with a longer reclamation history in the distribution of A.
Environmental Conditions--Larval tick abundances were positively correlated with temperature; no significant relationship existed for relative humidity.
These predictions enable us to anticipate trends in population increases and decreases based on juvenile abundances and, at the same time, to detect recruitment failures that may impact the fishery, illustrating the importance of maintaining juvenile abundance monitoring programs in selected reefs from this and other fishing cooperatives.
But there was no difference in relative abundances of pest and beneficial insects between the two years (year by insect type interaction; F[sub.
Macrozoobenthic abundances gave the most consistent and meiozoobenthic abundances the least consistent results.
Many populations exist in a spatial context where both reproduction within populations and dispersal among populations determine abundance and dynamics.
A comparison of three methods to estimate variations in the relative abundance of moutain vizcachas (lagidium viscacia) in the high andes ecosystems
Of the 14 epizootic years in the 54-yr record, defined in our study as deaths exceeding 20% of the stock, 13 occurred at abundances less than 3 x [10.
The deuterium abundance in the Milky Way is therefore an indicator of how much star formation has occurred over the 12 to 13 billion years since the galaxy's birth.
Symposium on Cosmic Abundances as Records of Stellar Evolution and Nucleosynthesis.
We review how hydrologic conditions have been associated with mosquito abundances and mosquitoborne disease transmission and discuss the advantages of different measures of hydrologic variability.
Beetle species that naturally occurred at low abundances declined following fragmentation (n = 69; P [less than] 0.