populational

populational

(ˌpɒpjʊˈleɪʃənəl)
adj
of or relating to population
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Chromosome polymorphisms affecting recombination and exophenotypic traits in Leptysma argentina (Orthoptera): a populational survey.
Penha (2004) studied the influence of root suckering on populational characteristics of tree species in another Seasonal Semideciduous Forest fragment in the State of Sao Paulo and observed young clones for Centrolobium tomentosum at fire-disturbed forest areas, whereas no clone was found at the non fire-disturbed forest areas.
Several populational units from a single year-class, with particular spawning seasons and areas, have been recognized on the Argentinean shelf and slope.
Additional research would be necessary to confirm the ecology and populational status of jaguarundis in the habitat types prevailing in the Kaa-Iya National Park.
Psecas chapoda spends its entire reproductive cycle: courtship, mating, ovisac formation and populational recruitment of the young spiders on this plant (Rossa-Feres et al.
Application of results from parasitological investigations in redfish (Sebastes mentella Travin) populational structure studies.
Yielding stability in unpredictably variable environments can be due to individual and/or populational buffering (Allard and Bradshaw, 1964).
The dominant epiphytes, and their natural cover proportions (digitized from stop-action quadrats of the macrovideo transects, see populational survey below), were the macrophytes Amphiroa fragilissima (mean [+ or -] 1 SE = 28 [+ or -] 5%), Dictyota pulchella (27 [+ or -] 3%), Spyridia complanata (19 [+ or -] 4%), Laurencia intricata (15 [+ or -] 4%) and Acanthophora spicifera (11 [+ or -] 3%).
Daniel Callahan's call for the resurrection of nature in moral life and reflection is timely and urgent, given the new assaults - technological, economic, and populational - on our human selves and communities and the rest of nature.
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