violle

violle

[vyȯl]
(optics)
A unit of luminous intensity, equal to the luminous intensity of 1 square centimeter of platinum at its temperature of solidification; it is found experimentally to be equal to 20.17 candelas.
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Although the initial physical conditions of early successional stages are critical in determining their response at later stages (i.e., Poorter, 2007), the environment faced by more mature ontogenetic stages also impacts growth, reproduction, and survival, the three components of functional performance (Violle et al., 2007).
Particularly, functional traits are characters that beyond influencing the fitness of the organism (Violle et al.
Messaoudi, Michael, Lalonde, Robert, Violle, Nicolas, Javelot, Herve, Desor, Didier, Nejdi, Amine,...
Los efectos en el funcionamiento de los ecosistemas, relacionados con la abundancia, la composicion, la distribucion y las caracteristicas de las especies, se pueden representar a traves de atributos funcionales (Martin-Lopez et al., 2007), compuestos de rasgos morfologicos y fisiologicos de los individuos y expresados en el crecimiento, la reproduccion y la supervivencia (Violle et al., 2007; Duffy et al., 2007).
Un atributo funcional se relaciona estrechamente con el desempeno del organismo en la comunidad (Lavorel & Gamier, 2002; Violle et al., 2007).
Violle et al., "Assessment of psychotropic-like properties of a probiotic formulation (Lactobacillus helveticus R0052 and Bifidobacterium longum R0175) in rats and human subjects," The British Journal of Nutrition, vol.
Violle et al., "Assessment of psychotropic- like properties of a probiotic formulation (Lactobacillus helveticus R0052 and Bifidobacterium longum R0175) in rats and human subjects," British Journal of Nutrition, vol.
Ambas formas se basan en caracteres ecologicamente significativos para las relaciones planta-entorno y con capacidad de reflejar la accion de diferentes presiones selectivas, estos caracteres son conocidos como rasgos funcionales (DIAZ et al., 2002; VIOLLE et al., 2007).
The nine French nationals were identified as Richard Violle, 42; Anne Violle, 34; Laurent Lamolle, 53; Sean Marc Negro, 57; Eloide Negro, 31; Francoise Negro, 59; Patrick Blanchet, 41; Gilbert Raynal, 64; and Erik Charpenter, 41.