chorological

chorological

(ˌkɒrəˈlɒdʒɪkəl)
adj
(Physical Geography) relating to the place where something can be found
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2012) about threatened species in Catalonia (Iberian Peninsula), new altitudinal, chorological and chronological data are provided from information contained in the specimen's labels from the BC herbarium.
In this same chorological area, he was also involved in compiling the floristic maps in the ORCA Atlas (Catalonia, Valencia, Baleares) and the Atlas Florae Europeae.
It is pertinent to mention that in table 4, questions have been gathered as per their construct, however the same were not asked in their chorological order.
The chorological analysis of the recorded species indicated the predominance of monoregional taxa over the other elements.
The obtained inventory shows that the collected species belong to 11 different chorological categories, suggesting that this region could harbour a high variety of species with different origins and climatic adaptations.
The list is structured in chorological order and according to the genre of the work.
Taxonomic and chorological novelties in Echeandia (Asparagaceae)
However, Kant's conception of geography as a spatial or chorological science is by no means universally accepted by contemporary geographers.
A chorological ysis of the mountains from central Argentina: Is all what we call Sierra Chaco really Chaco?
Treatment is chorological within each thematic chapter, and the book includes a total of 76 brief vignettes on key figures, events, and issues.
Binet published revisions of his intelligence scale in 1908 and 1911, and this work "IQ" (intelligence quotient), which is the ratio of 'mental age' to chorological age, with 100 being the average, entered the English Vocabulary.
Taxonomic, nomenclatural and chorological notula of Steerecleus (Bryophyta: Brachytheciaceae) in Uruguay