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Biological dispersal refers to a species movement away from an existing population or away from the parent organism. Through simply moving from one habitat patch to another, the dispersal of an individual has consequences not...
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The description of entropy as energy dispersal provides an introductory method of teaching the thermodynamic concept of entropy. In physics and physical chemistry, entropy has commonly been defined as a scalar measure of the disorder of a thermodynamic system. This...
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Many plant seeds depend upon wind to increase the range of dispersal. ... The giant puffball is an example of passive spore dispersal by wind. ...
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Dispersal of ... possibility of passive airborne dispersal by fish, see our main ... however, seem well adapted to seaborne dispersal, especially coconuts. ...
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Although their mode of dispersal is similar to single-winged helicopter seeds, ... Dispersal Of Coconut & Its Crab. Mary's Bean: Fabulous Drift Seed ...
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Information about dispersal in the free online English dictionary and ... There was an immediate dispersal for these restoratives, and she softly laid the ...
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Probability and Dispersal in One Space Dimension ... a variety of dispersal kernels in one and ... Dispersal via Random Walks and the Diffusion Equation ...
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Animal dispersal in fragmented habitat: measuring habitat connectivity, corridor ... For each species, the rate of dispersal mortality per unit distance traveled was ...
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Controlled dispersal is a systematic operational plan using the concepts of zero ... A successful controlled dispersal results in effective zero-tolerance ...
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Some plants use the fruit to enable dispersal while other plants use the seed only. ... There are at least four types of seed dispersal. ...
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Plants, being stationary, require a mobile mode for seed dispersal. ... Dispersal by animals falls into the category of plant-animal interactions, a ...
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Sex-biased Dispersal, Kin Avoidance, and Kin Selection ... Extinction, Colonization Success and Dispersal. Navigation. Celestial Compasses ...
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Case Study #3: Dry-Dispersal and Rain-Splash of Rust Spores ... Dispersal gradients represent the frequency distribution of the distances ...
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