age class


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people in the same age range

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In the winter sample, animals of Age Class III, IV and V were dominant, while in the spring sample, animals of Age Class IV and V were predominant.
Monthly and for each age class, the number of males and females determined by NCNPA were taken into account, and their total sum was recorded for each time/age class combination (i, j).
pellets, bolus) have been used to determine age class in a variety of ungulate species (Table 1).
Bucks living where protein and minerals are limited will have smaller antlers than bucks of the same age class living where quality resources are unlimited.
Analysis of variance (ANOVA) was used to test for age-specific differences in physical parameters between years and time periods including body weight-age relationships, antler spread-age relationships, age class distribution, and relative condition of the population over time.
8495) for geographic distances between individuals of full sib dyads both captured at age class 1 (15,414.
We compared results for these 11 elements to historical data from Washington State (Calambokidis and others 1984, 1991), and compared concentrations by age class and region to confirm previously reported trends and assess age and region-specific contaminant exposure.
The focus, which represents the initiation of growth in scales, is located near the anterior field of the scale; while, the larval marks appear in the first year age class and are situated not far from the focus.
Parents and older siblings can show off their own construction and design skills by also placing an entry in the appropriate age class.
We first compared total length and body mass separately for specimens from Cincinnati and southern Illinois for each age class based on molar wear.
Bucks in this age class can still sprout multiple tines; more antlers mean this guy has the potential to be a real bruiser if allowed to grow older.
The third replicate (21C) within one plot in age class 3 (1801-1860) was removed from all statistical analyses since it contained insufficient sample mass due to high root content.
This method required only the youngest age class large enough to be caught by the sampling gear to be aged accurately, reducing the reliance of the mortality estimate on accurate age assignment among older age classes.