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Endemism is the ecological state of being unique to a particular geographic location, such as a specific island, habitat type, nation, or other defined zone. To be endemic to a place or area means that it is found only in that part of the world and nowhere else. For...
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This article is a parent page for a series of articles providing information about endemism among birds in the World's various zoogeographic zones.
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Endemism - Definition of Endemism at Dictionary.com a free online dictionary ... endemism - 3 dictionary results. endemic ... or see endemism on Thesaurus ...
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Information about endemism in the free online English dictionary and encyclopedia. ... endemism - nativeness by virtue of originating or occurring naturally ...
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To detect centres of vascular plant endemism at a continental scale by analysis of ... Three indices of endemism were calculated but we ...
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allows an analysis of how the degree of endemism of a location (cell) changes with ... endemism occur, whether by a unique combination of eco ...
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Definition of endemic from the Merriam-Webster Online Dictionary with audio pronunciations, ... Learn more about "endemism" and related topics at Britannica.com ...
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posted to surrogate relation endemism biodiversity by liucun on 2009-01-08 01:22: ... Areas of endemism and patterns of diversity for aphids of the Qinghai-Tibetan ...
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Britannica online encyclopedia article on endemism (biology), A taxon whose distribution is confined to a given area is said to be endemic to that area. The taxon ...
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Science at the American Museum ... evolution of locally distributed endemism (unique species confined to ... very different patterns of local endemism. ...
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... Island which is a center of endemism and biodiversity and is considered by many ... Hindu,At the same time, the area has high endemism too. ...
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High levels of endemism related to the configuration of watershed and ... This method predicts several centers of endemism that are borne out by current ...
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endemism - Ecology of endemism from A Dictionary of Ecology at Encyclopedia.com ... Areas of endemism of Mexican terrestrial mammals: a case study using species' ...
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... in mammal diversity (515 species) and similarly in mammal endemism (185 species) ... have the highest levels of endemism (species found nowhere else in the ...
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