Hochkirch


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Hochkirch

(hōkh`kĭrkh), village, Dresden dist., E central Germany. At Hochkirch in 1758 the Austrians under Daun defeated Frederick II of Prussia. In 1813, Napoleon I defeated a Prussian-Russian army near the village.
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Matenaar D, Bazelet CS, Hochkirch A (2015) Simple tools for the evaluation of protected areas for the conservation of grasshoppers.
Heterospecific courtship and mating are expected to be strongly deterred by both natural and sexual selection in free-living populations (Groning and Hochkirch, 2008), but experiments across various taxa, including insects (Dukas, 2010; Costa-Schmidt and Machado, 2012), fish (Ryan and Wagner, 1987), and birds (Jones and Hunter, 1999), suggest that evolutionary biases in sexual preference can be accidentally or artificially exploited, and the manipulation of ambiguous chemical, morphological, or behavioural triggers can induce heterospecific courtship and even copulation.
power: school bus transport for school bus services in the communities demitz-thumitz, hochkirch, grodubrau and malschwitz.
Hochkirch, K, Brandt, H, "Fullscale Hydrodynamic Force Measurement on the Berlin Sail-Force-Dynamometer.
see Harz, 1957; Uvarov, 1977; Harrison, 1980; Zera and Denno, 1997; Zera, 2005; Hochkirch and Damerau, 2009).
Contained in the church of the Alpine village of Hochkirch, 40 miles north east of Dresden, is a Latin memorial to a Scots nobleman.
Additionally, ECO-Assistant can be integrated with a vessel's cargo planning system to realize even greater fuel saving potential, optimizing ballast water management", Dr Karsten Hochkirch, Head of Fluid Engineering, FutureShip quoted as saying.
Though genetic introgression becomes a problem when alien and native species hybridise successfully (Groning & Hochkirch 2008), no live-born Cc/Cf hybrids are known to have occurred (Lavrov 1996), and attempts to deliberately produce them in captivity have so far failed (Zurowski 1983), despite observed copulations (Lavrov & Orlov 1973).
Groning J, Krause S, Hochkirch A (2007) Habitat preference of an endangered insect species, Cepero's groundhopper (Tetrix ceperoi).
Principal battles: Rothschloss (1741); Hohenfriedberg (Dobromierz near Strzgom), Katolisch-Hennersdorf (near Luban) (1745); Prague, Kolin, Breslau, Leuthen (Lutynia near Wroclaw) (1757); Hochkirch (near Lobau) (1758); Liegnitz (Legnica), Torgau (1760).
by Vesey-FitzGerald (1964), Phipps (1959, 1966, 1968), and Okelo (1987), by Robertson & Chapman (1962), Robertson (1967) for SW Tanzania, Jago & Masinde (1968), Hochkirch (1996) for the Usambara Mountains, and Hemp & Hemp 2003 and Hemp 2005a for montane grasslands and the Chagga home gardens on Mt Kilimanjaro.