in the local abundance of frugivorous birds customarily has been interpreted as a response to fluctuations in the abundance of fleshy fruits (e.
001), the annual variation
of body mass was highly different between sexes (Fig.
1996), but differences are difficult to interpret because of annual variation
in size of litter (seigel and Fitch, 1985; Ford and seigel, 1989) and a general increase in size of litter with snout-vent length of mother (Ford and Killebrew, 1983; seigel and Ford, 1987).
Information about the annual variation
of trichomoniasis in mourning doves (Zenaida macroura) may be important in understanding mechanisms affecting mourning dove populations.
As example of similar trends we can mention LAMA, BOGO, BOGI and JOZE horizontal velocity, ORID, BUCU and SOFI annual variation
in dn component.
Elder interviews focused on themes such as (1) annual variation
in body condition of caribou; (2) potential reasons for annual variation
in caribou condition; (3) fat deposition sites on a caribou from which condition is assessed; (4) selection criteria for caribou based on season, gender, and age; and (5) geographic variation in caribou body condition.
in elk (Cervus elaphus) social groups tends to be pronounced, particularly for herds that are migratory, heavily hunted, and/or subject to seasonal resource limitations (Knight, 1970; Shoesmith, 1979; Franklin and Lieb, 1979; Clutton-Brock et al.
2] concentration is steadily increasing with annual variation
only up to ten parts per million.
Heterozygosity and inbreeding coefficients for cohorts vary concordantly with annual variation
in nesting success and [Theta] indicating that factors underlying annual variation
in reproductive success may also affect the degree of departure from random mating.
atmospheric) of nutrients and microorganism that drive biogeochemical processes in relation to annual variation
in Arctic microbial activity and biogeochemical processes.
By being the youngest, smallest and arguably the weakest individuals in the population, we may also expect them to quickly respond to annual variation
in living conditions (Gaillard et al.
92), the scientists have made a preliminary estimate that the annual variation
in alpha, if any, must be less than 1 part in 100 trillion.