Bildstein


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Bild´stein


n.1.Same as Agalmatolite.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Para las aves, residentes o migratorias, ofrecen un habitat optimo para desarrollarse tanto temporalmente como a lo largo de su vida, para anidar o alimentarse (Bildstein et al.
Keith Bildstein, the director of conservation science at Hawk Mountain Sanctuary in Pennsylvania, has a theory.
Bildstein, 2011: Migration path annotation: Cross-continental study of migration-flight response to environmental conditions.
In the late 1990s, 42% of all Neotropical raptors were considered threatened due to habitat loss, environmental pollutants, and direct persecution (Bildstein et al., 1998).
Bildstein, Efficient telomerization of 1,3-butadiene with alcohols in the presence of in situ generated palladium(0)carbene complexes, J.
Jim gave credit to Corlas Bildstein, fellow composition instructor, for his improved teaching technique and technological advancements.
In general, the snail kite had a high success rate when compared to other birds of prey: 6% for Accipiter gentilis (Linnaeus, 1758) (Kenward, 1982), up to 15.1% for Circus cyaneus (Linnaeus, 1766) (Collopy and Bildstein, 1987) and 24% for Aquilapomarina (Brehm, 1831) (Mirski, 2010).
Faaborg, J., Holmes, R.T., Anders, A.D., Bildstein, K.L., Dugger, K.M., Gauthreaux, S.A., Jr., Heglund, P., Hobson, K.A., Jahn, A.E., Johnson, D.H., Latta, S.C., Levey, D.J., Marra, P.P., Merkord, C.L., Nol, E., Rothstein, S.I., Sherry, T.W., Sillett, T.S., Thompson, F.R., III & Warnock, N.