dispersal pattern

dispersal pattern

[də′spər·səl ‚pad·ərn]
(geochemistry)
Distribution pattern of metals in soil, rock, water, or vegetation.
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Though slower fruit removal may at first appear disadvantageous because of the potential opportunity cost via reduced quantity of dispersal in a given period of time, it may in fact result in a higher quality dispersal pattern overall.
Diameter of chorionic blood vessels showed decreasing trend from center to periphery in dispersal pattern while in the magistral pattern diameter of chorionic blood vessels was almost same throughout its whole extent.
Our results were intermediate, with both sites showing a pronounced spring dispersal pattern coinciding with modal cougar estrus (March-June; Laundre & Hernandez 2007).
The landscape has an impact in the dispersal pattern (9, 21).
This dispersal pattern may have originated during the Neoproterozoic.
Several authors recorded significant changes in diet, home range, dispersal pattern, daily behaviour and breeding season between wet and dry seasons in different regions: the Atlantic forest of Brazil (Beisiegel, 2001; Beisiegel and Mantovani, 2006), Minas Gerais savannas (Alves-Costa et al.
2006) and Texas (Davis 1974), and is reflective of a human-mediated dispersal pattern.
The best way to find out the actual dispersal pattern for your broadcast spreader is to do a test run on your driveway and then measure the results.