biocenose


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biocenose

(ˌbaɪəʊˈsiːnəʊs)
n
(Zoology) a situation in which organisms live together in mutual dependence
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Basta olhar para as morfologias ocorrentes nas cidades, por vezes profundamente transformadas, para as excrescencias geradas por formigas e cupins por meio do remonte vertical de solos com favorecimento da pedogenese latossolica na formacao de microagregados, pelas tocas e dutos escavados por organismos vertebrados e invertebrados, ou ainda pelas estreitas relacoes estabelecidas entre substrato e biocenose, e que por fruto de tais relacoes se distinguem em morfologias especificas, a exemplo do que ocorre no caso das restingas e manguezais, cujo mapeamento tende a unificar as integridades geomorfologicas e fitogeograficas.
1989--Contribution a l'inventaire des Arthropodes de la biocenose de l'alfa (Stipa tenacissima L.
The practical experience from application of this technique showed that additional research of cleaning methods of benthic sediments is required which can be applied after the primary cleaning work on the water body is completed for further lowering of oil concentration and the restoration of biocenose.
Limnological studies on fresh water ponds of Hyderabad, India (Part II and III): The biocenose distribution and seasonal abundance of unicellular and colonial phytoplankton in polluted and unpolluted environments.
Composition et structure de la biocenose consommatrice des Araneides.
In spite of the fact that modern practices of restoration works account a rather large number of mechanical, physical/chemical or pure chemical methods of soil cleaning up from petroleum products, the full restoration of biocenose is possible only when using biological methods, in other words, methods that base on usage of the functional activity of hydrocarbon oxidizing microorganisms capable of assimilating petroleum products as the only source of carbon.
Remarques sur la biocenose des Cecropia (Cecropiaceae).
Mots cles: reproduction, caracteristiques de l'ensemble de la biocenose, lagopede des rochers, Lagopus mutus, Territoires du Nord-Ouest
Os rios sao os principais receptores de esgotos domesticos e, quando recebem volumes acima de sua capacidade depuradora natural, apresentam-se com modificacoes fisicas e quimicas na agua e na biocenose, ao longo de certo trecho (SCHAFER, 1985).