life history

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Synonyms for life history

an account of the series of events making up a person's life

the general progression of your working or professional life

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One should not overstate the historiographical continuity between the FWP southern life history program that led to the publication of These Are Our Lives and the University of North Carolina Southern Oral History Program's Piedmont Social History Project that led to the publication of Like A Family.
Key words: conservation; elasticity; Hypochaeris radicata; life history theory; loop analysis; matrix population model; perturbation analysis; population growth rate; sensitivity; trade-offs.
to script Roberto's life history was to place his actual words side
Annual Fishes: Life History Strategy, Diversity, and Evolution
We also tested for temporal variation in the life history of G.
Abstract--Parental care, sexual selection, and life history are major areas of research in evolutionary ecology.
Past life history research has resulted in parameters that vary across studies, likely due to differences in methodology.
London, Mar 5 ( ANI ): Scientists suggest that a "live fast, die young" life history strategy could have been a key factor behind today's high tree diversity in the Amazon.
are larval broadcasters and are considered to have an "opportunistic" life history strategy involving rapid growth, early maturity, high fecundity, and short life spans (Haag, 2012).
Life-history evolution has been an integral part of evolutionary research over the past few decades, and livebearing fishes (Poeciliidae) have proven to be excellent models for studying life history adaptations (e.
Life history research; epistemology, methodology and representation.
We analyzed size-frequency distributions, and examined several destructive samples in order to develop a model for the life history of the wood frog Lithobates sylvatica.
Overviews are given on current management of paddlefish sport fisheries, genetic conservation and paddlefish propagation, an update on the biology and life history of paddlefish in North America, and their status in the US.
Charis Cotter's Born to Write: The Remarkable Lives of Six Famous Authors is enticing mix of book excerpts, family and life history and literary background of six influential authors: Lucy Maud Montgomery, Clive Staples Lewis, Elwyn Brooks White, Madeleine L'Engle, Phillip Pullman and Christopher Paul Curtis.