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Studies of temporal variations in biological variates
|Statement||by A. Sollberger.|
|Contributions||Society for Biological Rhythm.|
|LC Classifications||QP84.6 .S65|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||81465472|
Variation among flowering seasons in the time of flowering, synchrony and length of flowering, and fluctuations in the abundance of pollinators may cause a variation Cited by: This temporal variation was often greater when sediment category and sampling month were considered as crossed factors (Table (Table1a),1a), indicating that there were different temporal patterns in gene abundances occurring between surface and burrow by:
In this study, an in-house data set was constructed containing unique ToxCast (Phase I and Phase II) chemicals. Occurrence and temporal variation of the chemicals was investigated by a suspect screening workflow in 60 PM samples from January to December of in Beijing. Eighty-nine compounds were identified in 12 substance categories Author: Yongfeng Lin, Jing Yang, Qiang Fu, Ting Ruan, Guibin Jiang. Spatial and temporal variations of biological responses to environmental pollution in the freshwater zebra mussel. Guerlet E(1), Vasseur P, Giambérini L. Author information: (1)Laboratoire des Interactions Ecotoxicologie, Biodiversité, Ecosystèmes, UMR CNRS , Université Paul Verlaine-Metz, Rue Général Délestraint, F Metz, by:
Structural and Temporal Variation in Genetic Diversity of European Spring Two‐Row Barley Cultivars and Association Mapping of Quantitative Traits Alessandro Tondelli Consiglio per la Ricerca e la sperimentazione in Agricoltura‐ Genomics Res. Centre, Via S. . Introduction. A fundamental goal of ecology is to understand how environmental variation influences species persistence, abundance, and gene flow (Cushman, ; Gomez-Rodriguez et al., ; Goldberg and Waits, ).Landscape heterogeneity is defined by fluctuations in environmental conditions that range from relatively invariable (e.g., topography, soil texture) to highly variable (e.g Cited by:
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Studies of temporal variations in biological variates, with special reference to the diurnal rhythm of liver glycogen and temperature in the chicken and of certain urinary metabolites in human diabetes, [Arne.
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Size distributions and temporal variations of biological aerosol in particles in the Amazon rainforest characterized by microscopy AMAZE 08 Hufman ACP pdf Content available from CC BY Biological and Temporal Variations of Trace Element Concentrations in the Moss Species Scleropodium purum (Hedw.) Limpr.
Article in Journal of Atmospheric Chemistry 49(1) November 1. Genetic variation at five microsatellite loci was investigated in six sea trout (Salmo trutta) populations to describe their spatio-temporal genetic variation in north-western Spain.
Use of thermography for quantitative studies of spatial and temporal variation of stomatal conductance over leaf surfaces. Jones. Department of Biological Sciences, University of Dundee, Dundee DD1 4HN, Scotland, UK.
Search for more papers by this author. by: Temporal genetic variation as revealed by a microsatellite analysis of European sardine (Sardina pilchardus) archived samples. Droughts and hot extremes may lead to tremendous impacts on the ecosystem and different sectors of the society.
A variety of studies have been conducted on the variability of the individual drought or hot extreme in China. However, the evaluation of compound droughts and hot extremes, which may induce even larger impacts than the individual drought or hot extreme, is still by: 3.
The first study that showed the temporal genetic variation of the Larimichthys polyactis. • The temporal genetic variation might be attributed to fishing-induced or ecological changes for this species. • The results have important implications for the management and conservation of this fishery by: 1.
Seasonal and inter-annual variability in ecosystem carbon dioxide (CO2) exchange is attributed to numerous climate drivers.
However, climate effects on metabolism often override ecological functions. This study seeks insight into which biological and ecological processes influence temporal patterns of ecosystem productivity in natural ecosystems.
Impact of physical and biological processes on temporal variations of the ocean carbon sink in the mid-latitude North Atlantic (–) Author links open overlay panel Vlad A. Macovei a b 1 Susan E. Hartman a Ute Schuster c Sinhué Torres-Valdés d C.
Mark Moore b Richard J. Sanders a 2Author: Vlad A. Macovei, Vlad A. Macovei, Susan E. Hartman, Ute Schuster, Sinhué Torres-Valdés, C. Mark Moor. Temporal variation. The total taxon richness was higher in spring and winter than it was for summer and autumn.
The percentage contribution for EPT was highest during spring with 94% contribution from Ephemeroptera (with dominance by Baetidae), % Plecoptera and % for : Cecilia Medupin.
This case study reports different multivariate statistical techniques applied for evaluation of temporal/spatial variations and interpretation of a large complex water-quality data set obtained during monitoring of Gomti River in Northern part of by: Understanding the importance of spatio-temporal variation in oceanographic and climate conditions for biological traits.
Supervisors: current studies generally use predefined temporal and spatial scales to model environmental covariates despite evidence that they occur with long lags and at multiple scales. This could limit our.
Temporal trends also showed racial variations (Fig 2), although the overall rate of heart defects increased among both blacks and whites. However, ventricular septal defects increased more rapidly among whites than among blacks, whereas the reverse was Cited by: Spatio-temporal variability in soil properties has long been observed on uniformly managed fields.
Understanding the spatial characteristics of soil properties would be helpful in recognizing their relationship and the development of site-specific management techniques. The objective of this study was to determine the spatio-temporal variation of P forms and related enzymes and their Cited by: 5.
We explored the relationship between the SSC variation and different factors such as the interaction of tides, freshwater discharge, winds and anthropogenic activities, and provided further explanations for the spatial and temporal variation of the SSC in the PRE. Materials and methods Study areaCited by: 3.
Polymorphic microsatellite loci are the most frequently used and the most informative molecular markers for analysis of genetic diversity and genetic differentiation (Kim and Sappington ).
In the striped hamster, 14 microsatellite markers have Author: Hui-liang Xue, Jin-hui Xu, Lei Chen, Lai-xiang Xu. In this study, we test how lifelong telomere dynamics are related to environmental variation across 22 Seychelles warbler cohorts.
We first study how telomere length and rates of shortening are related to age and sex across all life stages, and how this relationship varies among cohorts, in order to gain an in-depth understanding of the temporalCited by: Temporal variation in the magnitude of inbreeding depression is expected, given interactions with episodic stressors such as extreme weather events, and the potentially large effects are unlikely to be detected in short-term studies (Keller et al.Coltman et al.Meagher et al.Kristensen et al.
).Author: Merle D. Crombie, Peter Arcese. Continuous hourly monitoring of soil respiration (R s) in an alpine R s was inversely proportional to the soil water along a hydrological gradient. A CO 2 burst was caused by spring thawing in the fen and wet meadow.
Diurnal variation in the R s was site specific along the hydrological gradient. Q 10 was highest in the wet meadow with intermediate soil water : Lingfei Yu, Lingfei Yu, Hao Wang, Yonghui Wang, Zhenhua Zhang, Litong Chen, Naishen Liang, Jin-Sheng.Studies of temporal variation in Atlantic salmon based on neutral markers involve mostly North American [ 1, 10, 20, 21] and some European salmon populations [ 18, 22 - 25 ].
In general, the North American anadromous and freshwater salmon populations have been shown to be temporally stable [ 1, 20, 26 ].Cited by: appreciate the many other minor uses of data on biological variation, and ; recognize that data on biological variation are essential prerequisites to introducing new tests.
This real aim of this book is to describe the generation and the many applications of quantitative data on random biological variation in many facets of laboratory medicine.