apparency


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Noun1.apparency - the property of being apparent
noticeability, noticeableness, obviousness, patency - the property of being easy to see and understand
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The ecological apparency hypothesis and the importance of useful plants in rural communities from Northeastern Brazil: an assessment based on use value.
LEAVING the EU seems to have the apparency of leaving the Hotel California: 'You can check out any time you like, but you can never leave.'.
Nowhere to run, nowhere to hide: The importance of enemies and apparency in adaptation to harsh soil environments.
Feeny, "Plant apparency and chemical defense in biochemical interaction between plants and insects," in Recent Advances in Phytochemistry, J.
(107) Statements beginning with "It seems to me..." invariably prove intellectually dishonest because nothing exists as an apparency.
Lucena FRP, Medeiros PM, Araujo EL, Alves AGC, Albuquerque UP (2012) The ecological apparency hypothesis and the importance of useful plants in rural communities from Northeastern Brazil: An assessment based on use value.
As one American case put it, "[a]pparent authority loses all of its apparency when the third party knows that actual authority is lacking." (66)
Value-bestowal suffers an ontological primacy: Being is brought to apparency in such a manner that something is asserted to be of worth.
The alleged contradiction here is founded upon the following superficial apparency. It is as if someone pointed to the meaningless cruelty of an unsuccessful surgical operation, but then, incidentally, also to the suffering of a patient in a successful operation as an evident contradiction to the concept of surgery, in the sense of a beneficent art that helps people in certain bodily sufferings.
Baldwin, "Shared signals: 'alarm calls' from plants increase apparency to herbivores and their enemies in nature," Ecology Letters, vol.
The presence of taller plant species may signify greater biomass availability or may influence the "apparency" (sensu Feeny 1976) of cactus patches for dispersing females.