Therefore, the tail of the dispersal
curve is likely to be long for frugivores (Portnoy & Willson, 1993), but it is often truncated in scatter-hoarding animals.
Presumed unconstrained dispersal
of Aedes aegypti in the city of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
However, this provided no improvement over dispersal
to other areas in terms of social support, access to healthcare, suitable accommodation or even the experience of travel.
movements of juvenile Mexican Spotted Owls (Strix occidentalis lucida) in New Mexico.
by the Florida box turtle (Terrapene Carolina bauri) in pine rockland forests of the lower Florida Keys, United States.
Biogeographic patterns and dispersal
pathways were analyzed using PAE, a quantitative biogeographic method used for reconstructing hierarchical area relationships in the absence of phylogenetic information (Rosen & Smith 1988).
Anyone looking to supplement a herd or even start a herd of British Blues would greatly benefit from this dispersal
In London and Istanbul, anti-government activists organised silent protests and awareness campaigns to commemorate the dispersal
The Crow Dispersal
Program is a vital part of the maintenance and safety of the Capitol Complex," Secretary Curt Topper noted.
We used 2 study areas to investigate the selection of a travel route during a dispersal
Sundaram BNP Paribas Home Finance Ltd, the home finance subsidiary of Sundaram Finance, has said that it could achieve its loan dispersal
targets for fiscal 2012 by using its own fund resources.
The Ultima bird dispersal
system displays a database of bird recognition information, including full screen illustrations to aid species identification on the JLT tablet PC.