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Synonyms for niche

Synonyms for niche

the proper or designated location


Synonyms for niche

a position particularly well suited to the person who occupies it

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an enclosure that is set back or indented

(ecology) the status of an organism within its environment and community (affecting its survival as a species)

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In these instances, niche modeling could help fill in the information gaps by modeling the relative risk of key vector species or vector-borne diseases across an area of interest.
It typically happens when people try to explain away the flatline by saying the product has "gone niche"--meaning, "What can you expect from it except specialized sales once in a while?"
Measurement of the realized qualitative niche: environmental niches of five Eucalyptus species.
As the third-smallest mutual in Tennessee, the niche carrier primarily writes properties valued under $75,000.
So ASC is intending to build a plant in North America--the site is to be selected in '06--that is dedicated to niche vehicle production for OEM customers.
The result, more often than not, is a few more SKUs from the leading brands, with consequently less space for niche items, even if they have an established customer following.
It seems that in our industry, the realities of profitably doing business in the new millenium requires focusing limited resources on being a niche player.
MC: Because Gowan is entirely focused on the niches of the crop protection business, the company approaches the marketing of its products in a unique manner.
It is always pleasing to see a home-grown company succeeding in a niche market.
De-tinning itself is what Goldstein calls "a niche market," and one that requires technical expertise.
As far as co-work is concerned, processes of direct exchange between two individuals are shown to be prominent within these niches. But there is more: exchange patterns between three partners also exist, in particular the triadic cycle (A working with B, B with C, C with A).
The study found that 23.6 percent of species in the study will be outside their fundamental niches under the IPCC's most extreme climate scenario, which Sax points out is also the most likely scenario given our current carbon emission levels.
In his presentation, ( Riches in Niches: How to Grow Big in Small Markets, Steve Anderson explains the importance of becoming an authority on your niche by (1) developing knowledge (2) being accessible (3) providing education.
OSAKA, Japan, April 18, 2018 -- Hematopoietic stem cells (HSCs) require specialized niches in bone marrow to generate functional blood cells.
Figueiredo-Larsen et al., "Artificial three-dimensional niches deconstruct pancreas development in vitro," Development, vol.