TENDENCIES OF USE OF THE TERM «OMBROPHIL»
The term «ombrophil» is barely ever used and occupies the 203.726
position in our list of most widely used terms in the English dictionary
10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «OMBROPHIL»
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African Entomology: Journal of the Entomological Society of ...
MALI 3°W Sudanese zone Sudanese Hill sector Sub-Sudanese □ sector
Guinean zone Pre-forest sector Mesophil sector □ Ombrophil sector • Study sites
1 100 km i THE ATLANTIC 1971) that are influenced by climate (Eldin 1971). The
Dynamics of Forest Ecosystems in Central Africa During the ...
From pollen findings in the partially peaty deposits a natural milieu of a mangrove
dominated ombrophil forest could be reconstructed (Caratini and Giresse, 1979).
From 24,6 ka onwards, with the global increase of ice cover (Isotop Stage 2), ...
de verspreiding van wolfspinnen in een duingebied, ...
Thus qualitative terms like for example : ombrophil, hygro- biont (Tischler, 1949)
or eurytherm, stenohaline (Odum, 1959) or descriptions like in "moderately high
herb layers" can be more exactly defined by plotting the effect of the factor
Petrus Jozef Maria Van Der Aart, 1975
Animal Behavior Desk Reference: A Dictionary of Animal ...
1985) ombrophile, ombrophil, pluviophile n. An organism that lives in habitats
with abundant rain te.g.. a rainforest lichen) (Lincoln et al. 1985). opophile n. An
organism that lives on, or feeds on. sap te.g.. a sap-lieetle species) Lincoln et al.
Chambers English-Hindi Dictionary
... í^farít; я. ombrophil, -phile 44ÏiI'lt (4757); a<#. ombrophil- ous <4чТ<1-*П; л.
ombrophobe 34Í >ftç ( Ч^ЧТ ) ; adj. ombrophobous 34Î ufa Ombudsman (orig- in
Sweden and Denmark) dflMSiWT (Я5ГГСге % ге^Я ftl+(4Çft it згй iT^ ^MT
Sureśa Avasthī, Indujā Avasthī, 1981
Lubimenko classifies his material into ombrophil and ombro- phobe and remarks
that the ombrophil species reduce their assimilation after the optimum much more
rapidly than the ombrophobe. Cieslar points out that the more logical ...
Bernhard Eduard Fernow, 1908
phobe plants can stand continuous rain for a short time only, soon shedding their
leaves and decaying, but ombrophil plants can stand it for months together.
Plants of dry places are usually ombrophobe, but the reverse cannot be said of ...
William Frear, Charles Plumb, 1894
Mitteilungen der Schweizerischen entomologischen Gesellschaft
Thaler (1985) stellt fest: "Zahlreiche als ombrophil bis hylobiont gewertete Arten .
. . spiegeln das Habitatmosaik der tirolischen Standorte". Das vermehrte Tabelle
2: Artenliste 1. Kolonne: Anzahl der im Grossen Moos gefangenen Individuen.
Review of research on laterites
The height of the stand is not a factor, since lateritic soils in course of formation
are to be found under ombrophil forests and also under xerophytic forests, where
the crowns are no more than 10-15 m. high. It seems that the role of forest may be
The first set he calls ombrophobe, the second ombrophil. As we should expect,
plants growing in dry places are generally ombrophobe ; but the Professor did
not find that plants loving damp situations were invariably ombrophil. Older