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people in the same age range

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Even though many ranches in South Texas have aggressive supplemental feeding and habitat-management programs, in general average body weights for each age class of deer in South Texas is substantially less than for whitetails from the northern part of their range.
8495) for geographic distances between individuals of full sib dyads both captured at age class 1 (15,414.
Linear models were built to examine five possible scenarios: 1) null model (no effect), 2) age class, 3) region, 4) age class + region, and 5) age class + region + age class*region.
Stocking rate of commercial trees (stems/plot) was high in all age classes, and increased with age class (Table 1); it ranged from 74-76% in the 3-5, 6-10, and 1115 year age classes, increasing to 86% in the 16-20 year age class.
If only the soil surface had been sampled, then the two oldest age classes may have also shown a significant increase in SOM from the earliest age class.
If this were to be done, the mortality quotient of the [0] age class would be 123.
CUTLINE: (1) Isabella Russell, 5, of Leominster, won first place in her age class with her 15-1/4-inch rainbow trout during the Barrett Park Fishing Derby yesterday.
Sample size (N), mean standard length (mm SL), von Bertalanffy estimate of SL of each age class of opaleye.
The hypothesis that older age class raccoons would have higher fluke infection rates and parasite loads due to increased exposure to cercariae was statistically tested.
However, in many paleontological and ecological instances, determination of age class is virtually impossible due to the isolated nature of the material.
To visualize these age and region patterns, we first constructed maps of tagging and recovery locations for each age class of red drum, using ArcGIS 9.
The inventory model begins with an estimate of starting inventory by subregion, ownership, species, forest type, and 5 year age class.
In fact, the age groups represented in this lesson may very well represent one age class in a study of human populations.
Results showed that within each age class the postthaw survival rates were not affected significantly by the larval concentrations used, being approximately 44%, 48%, and 95% for 6-, 12-, and 24-h-old larvae, respectively.
Here, the interval of age is different from the common year, and an age class is defined as the time period between two consecutive rounds of selection.