TENDENCIES OF USE OF THE TERM «AMPHIBIOTIC»
The term «amphibiotic» is barely ever used and occupies the 197.094
position in our list of most widely used terms in the English dictionary
10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «AMPHIBIOTIC»
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Insects of the Northeast of Asia
The main goal of this book is to comprehend the diversity of freshwater insect life in northeast Asia.
I. A. Zasypkina, Alexander S. Ryabukhin, 2001
African Invertebrates: A Journal of Biodiversity Research
Once this had occured, complete metamorphosis could have originated in
amphibiotic insects, as suggested in the aquatic model. Eventually it may be
necessary to accept that the ancestors of Ephemeroptera were terrestrial, but
there is still ...
Freshwater Animal Diversity Assessment
Materials of VI All-Russian Trich- opterological Symposium and I All-Russian
Symposium on the amphibiotic and aquatic insects. Voronezh State University
Voronezh, 19–23. Ivanov, V. D., 2002. Contribution to the Trichoptera phylogeny:
E. V. Balian, C. Lévêque, H. Segers, 2008
Dictionary of Plant Breeding, Second Edition
... described as “amorphous” gene bot amorphous: >>> amorph amorphous wax:
Smooth or glasslike wax occurring on leaf surfaces and is generally easy to wet
bot >>> waxy AMOVA: >>> Analysis of molecular variance amphibiotic: Applied ...
Rolf H. J. Schlegel, 2009
... course of the 'Meuse Salmon 2000' programme, most weirs and dams (3-8 m in
height) in the regulated River Meuse have been progressively equipped with
new fishways in order to restore the free circulation of all amphibiotic fish species
Eva B. Thorstad, Ian A. Fleming, Tor Fredrik Naesje, 2003
English Pronouncing Dictionary
Either takes primary or secondary stress on the first syllable, e.g. amphora /'smp.f'
r.s/. amphibiotic /.aemp.f i .bai'm . ik ®-'a:.tik/, or primary stress on the second
syllable, e.g. amphibian /aem'fib.i.an/. amphibi|a aem'fib.iia -ous -as amphibian ...
Daniel Jones, Peter Roach, James Hartman, 2006
Advances in Marine Biology APL
Others should be called “ amphibiotic ” when a change of environment is
involved and if, at regular intervals, the fish pass from an aquatic to a terrestrial
environment. Such is the case with the grunion (Leuresthes tenuis-) which during
Frederick Stratten Russell, 1976
Bottom fauna of the heated Konin lakes
It is a very common species living in various land habitats but is amphibiotic too
which is the unanimous opinion of many authors (Kasprzak 1971a, Moszynski
1925a, Nur- minen 1962, Nielsen and Christensen 1959). The species is also yet
Aleksander Wróblewski, 1977
Berichte zur Polar- und Meeresforschung
The youngest neolimnic complex, which is represented by amphibiotic taxa,
includes 24 species from four families (Centropagidae - 2 species, Temoridae - 5,
Cyclopidae - 15, Tachidiidae - 2). An analysis of relative numbers of amphibiotic
English for academic and technical purposes: studies in ...
There are also structural and morphological characteristics of this class:
amphibiotic describes an animal that has part of its life in water and part on land (
e.g., one with larvae living in water and adults living on land); amphibious
describes an ...
Louis Trimble, Larry Selinker, Elaine Tarone, 1981