isocline


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i·so·cline

 (ī′sə-klīn′)
n. Geology
An anticline or syncline so tightly folded that the rock beds of the two sides are nearly parallel.

isocline

(ˈaɪsəʊˌklaɪn)
n
1. (Geological Science) a series of rock strata with isoclinal folds
2. (Geological Science) another name for isoclinal3
Translations
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A second x = 0 isocline exists at x=0 and thus lies on the vertical axis.
to construct the outlines of the morphologic elements in parallel plans and to define the isocline curves.
q] = 0 isocline is always defined at m'(k*) = [rho] + [omega] + [theta].
Isocline analyses, target neighbor experiments, and foraging observations in Montana and Nebraska prairies, using adult generalist and specialist grasshoppers, have successfully identified feeding-based mechanisms of interspecific competition, including the included niche, on a number of occasions (Belovsky 1986, Chase and Belovsky 1994, Chase 1996).
Isocline Equation--The equation specifying the least-cost combination of a set of input factors for production of any specified quantity of output.
biomass at a given density in a species mixture is not different from that predicted by the linear isocline for growth in pure stands [[[Alpha].
The steady state of (P) is a local saddlepoint if and only if the slope of the [Mathematical Expression Omitted] isocline is greater than the slope of the [Mathematical Expression Omitted] isocline, evaluated at the steady state.
t] = E = isocline defined by zero equilibrium rents will be vertical in X - E space.
2] axis: as x increases, isodine 1 moves down while isocline 2 moves up (Fig.
The previous assumption of grazer emigration being independent of producer biomass yields a grazer isocline parallel to the producer axis.