Dyje


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Dyje

 

a river in Czechoslovakia and Austria, a right tributary of the Morava in the Danube basin. It has a length of 302 km and a basin area of 13,400 sq. km. The Dyje flows along the Bohemian-Moravian Highlands. The average rate of flow at the river’s mouth is 45 cu m per sec. Timber is floated on the river, and there is a hydroelectric power plant. The city of Znojmo (Czechoslovakia) is situated on the Dyje.

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Historically, Marharii with eleven townships settled near the Dyje and Morava rivers.
DVII is one of a cluster of sites scattered along the western and northern slopes of the Parlor Hills, which overlook the wide valley of the Dyje River near the village of Dolni Vestonice in the Czech Republic.
Podyji area: 1 [female], Havraniky, reserve Udoli Dyje, Sobes [48[degrees]48'N, 15[degrees]58'E], 13-17 June 1999, M.
Polyploidie u karase stribriteho (Carassius auratus) v dolnim toku Dyje--determinace pomoci velikosti jader erytrocytu (Polyploidy in the Prussian carp from downstream of Dyje River--identification from size of the erythrocyte nuclei).
Old-growth alluvial stands are nowadays very rare: in Europe, the only primeval alluvial hardwood is situated in the Lanzhot Reserve, situated at the confluence between the Dyje and the Morava Rivers in the Slovak Republic (Korpel, 1995).
Species composition and site distribution of spiders (Araneae) in a gneiss massif in the Dyje river valley.
It includes at least 13 sites such as Dobranichevka, Eliseevichi, Gontsy, Mezin, Mezhirich, and Yudinovo, which cluster near the valleys of the Dniepr and Desna rivers and their tributaries, also such outliers as Milovice near the Dyje in Moravia, and Anosovka II and Kostenki II on the Don in Russia (Soffer 1985; Svoboda et al.