ecesis


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Synonyms for ecesis

(ecology) the process by which a plant or animal becomes established in a new habitat

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Por tanto, es posible que el parasitoide haya entrado a Mexico por ecesis con su hospedero comun, C.
Trjapitzin (1989) supuso que el parasitoide podia entrar a Croacia por ecesis desde Asia oriental o de otras regiones del mundo; tambien expreso la idea de que esta especie podia haber sido introducida casualmente primero a Albania desde China (en el periodo de amistad entre esos paises) y de Albania a Croacia.
McCarthy, D.E and Luckman, B.H., 1993, Estimating ecesis for tree-ring dating of moraines: A comparative study from the Canadian Cordillera: Arctic and Alpine Research, v.
ECESIS: An application of expert systems on manned space stations.
Thus, this species' monocarpic life history, plus the absence of vegetative reproduction, make ecesis critical for its persistence.