TENDENCIES OF USE OF THE TERM «INTERSPERSION»
The term «interspersion» is normally little used and occupies the 115.633
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10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «INTERSPERSION»
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Land Mosaics: The Ecology of Landscapes and Regions
Interspersion accomplishes two objectives. First, the boundary length between
habitats is high, and hence edge species are enhanced. Boundaries between
different land uses contain varying concentrations of exotic (or ruderal) species, ...
Richard T. T. Forman, 1995
Experimental Design and Data Analysis for Biologists
Regular positioning of ten plots on mudflat combined with systematic allocation of
plots to two treatments - fish exclusion (E) and cage-control (C) - to guarantee
interspersion. Land our plots regularly spaced along the shore and alternating ...
Gerald Peter Quinn, Michael J. Keough, 2002
Geospatial Analysis: A Comprehensive Guide to Principles, ...
Contagion and Interspersion: Contagion refers to the tendency of patch types to
be spatially aggregated; that is, to occur in large, aggregated or “contagious”
distributions. Contagion ignores patches per se and measures the extent to
Michael John De Smith, Michael F. Goodchild, Paul Longley, 2007
The Ecological World View
(b) Good habitat interspersion Figure 17.7 Interspersion of four habitat types or
patches in relation to bobwhite quail landscape requirements. Aldo Leopold
published this illustrative map in 1933 to show the importance of edges for the ...
Advances in Urban Ecology: Integrating Humans and Ecological ...
Contagion is based on cell adjacencies interspersion. Landscapes consisting of
large patches of a similar land cover or land use category have a greater number
of adjacent cells. Where contagion is low, urban areas can be said to be ...
Cytology and Cell Physiology
C. Short And Long Period Interspersion Patterns Reviewed by Jelinek and
Schmid (1982). A considerable portion of the repetitive DNA in most eykaryotic
organisms is not tandemly repeated in one genomic locus but is found
interspersed with ...
Geoffrey Howard Bourne, 1987
Perspectives in Ornithology: Essays Presented for the ...
patterns have now been observed in a variety of organisms and seemingly long-
period interspersion correlates with small genome size (Crain et al. 1976b). Long
-period interspersion patterns have been observed in the chicken (Arthur and ...
Alan Howard Brush, George Alfred Clark, 1983
Ecology, Conservation, and Management of Grouse: Published ...
size of sagebrush cover in disturbed and degraded sagebrush shrubsteppe with
low interspersion may be smaller than the actual patch size in terms of Greater
Sage-Grouse habitat. There may be less Greater Sage-Grouse habitat in an area
Brett K. Sandercock, Kathy Martin, Gernot Segelbacher, 2011
Avian Ecology and Conservation in an Urbanizing World
Contagion is based on cell adjacencies as opposed to patch adjacencies. lt
measures both patch dispersion and interspersion. Landscapes consisting of
large patches of similar land-cover or land-use category have a greater number
John Marzluff, Reed Bowman, Roarke Donnelly, 2001
Receptors and hormone action
The principle underlying these corrections is that the interspersion pattern of
repetitive and single copy sequences is the same in regions near foldback
sequences as it is in regions distant from them, i.e. that the foldback sequences
10 NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «INTERSPERSION»
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MLB All-Star Game 2015: Complete history of winners
Within that time frame, of course, is the interspersion of the All-Star Game also determining home-field advantage in the World Series. All in all ... «FanSided, Jul 15»
Black Static #46 (Magazine)
Here, though, things feel somewhat more predictable, with the interspersion of quoted facts about drowning (which our protagonist uses to help ... «Dread Central, Jun 15»
With or without Olympus
... (I was frankly disturbed at the interspersion of Sinhalese soldiers with Greek soldiers), has retained what I personally think is an aberration. «nation.lk - The Nation Newspaper, Jun 15»
Desi Version Of Gangs Of New York
... had about the music flowing with the narrative, it actually works quite well with its casual interspersion which actually take the story forward. «Movie Talkies, May 15»
The Uncertainty Principle
Vividly rendered through a frequent interspersion of vignettes, the man is a tattered imago inevitably fluttering even into the essays that do not ... «Brooklyn Rail, Apr 15»
Personae : Interview of Pierre Dalpé
This begins the interspersion of a theme whose power lies in the seemingly 'normal' visage of identical siblings and the discovery that they are ... «The Eye of Photography, Mar 15»
Adele Rae Cameron and Craig Cameron's Used, Drawn and Dyed …
The conceptual basis of Iconic Moon is the symbiotic creativity between image and text, photograph and poetry. The interspersion of text onto ... «Sydney Morning Herald, Mar 15»
I'm confident India won't let the tiger go extinct: Ullas Karanth
Increasing interspersion of human use and wildlife landscapes for various reasons, driven by development and quest for equity, etc., is also ... «Livemint, Jan 15»
5 Albums To Pick Up in 2015
There's something comic about that image, and the interspersion of humor and dark ruminations is perhaps what brings the pieces of this ... «Jewish Daily Forward, Dec 14»
Carl's Rock Songbook No. 105, The Beatles, Tomorrow...
It is the lead song on the album The Who Sell Out, which was made loosely thematic by the interspersion of little commercial ditties between the ... «National Review Online, Dec 14»