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Synonyms for taxonomic group

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In this study, we aimed to comprehensively review the existing literature related to forest tree species in Mexico to (1) evaluate variation in wood carbon concentration across taxonomic groups and climatic regions in Mexico; (2) document the general scope of carbon storage of aboveground biomass for each type land use, and (3) make this comprehensive review easily available using internet technology.
On the other hand, more than half of the total individuals (52%) concentrated on only one taxonomic group, Entomobryomorpha, on the FF average (Figure 2).
County data by taxonomic group are available in supplementary table S3.
This is a first-class product, worth the cost, and will hopefully stimulate research on this neglected taxonomic group.
Nonmetric multidimensional scaling (NMDS) ordination was used to compare arthropod taxonomic group abundance dissimilarities and relate those to environmental factors ([R.
Then a "handbook" section discusses birds by taxonomic group and gives more detail on range, on endangerment and conservation.
I am a fan of books that cover a well defined taxonomic group, the genus Euastacus in this case, in detail and in a popular format.
Arthropods form the taxonomic group comprising crustaceans, arachnids and insects.
Different conclusions can be obtained when the entire community is analyzed or when only a taxonomic group is used as bioindicator.
New Species Discovered in 2008 Taxonomic Group Percent Insects 48 Mollusks (squid, snails) 5 Plants (including algae) 12 Crustaceans (crabs, shrimp) 10 Fungi (molds, mushrooms) 7 Arachnids (spiders, mites) 7 Vertebrates (mammals, birds, reptiles, fish) 5 Other (sponges, worms, bacteria, protists) 6 SOURCE: INTERNATIONAL INSTITUTE FOR SPECIES EXPLORATION New Species Discovered in 2008 Other 6% Vertebrates 5% Arachnids 7% Fungi 7% Crustaceans 10% Plants 12% Mollusks 5% Insects 48% Note: Table made form pie chart.
Concordance between the taxonomic groups would reveal similar responses to environmental factors and it would indicate the viability of using one taxonomic group for the detection of impacts on aquatic ecosystems.
For these groups, molecular dating may also provide additional insight into the true ages of the taxonomic group in question.
A three-way analysis of covariance (ANCOVA) (Zar, 1984) was performed for each taxonomic group using the number of individuals (total caught by category) as the dependent variable and year, region, hook type, and depth as independent variables and effort as the covariate.