biocenose


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biocenose

[‚bī·ō′sē‚nōs]
(ecology)
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Os rios sao os principais receptores de esgotos domesticos e, quando recebem volumes acima de sua capacidade depuradora natural, apresentam-se com modificacoes fisicas e quimicas na agua e na biocenose, ao longo de certo trecho (SCHAFER, 1985).
In the analysis of the results of the vaginal biocoenosis study, the percentage of patients with normal bacterial flora was quite high (from 70.6% in women aged 10-19 years) and increased with the age of the patients up to 91.3% (percentage of patients aged 50-59 years with proper vaginal biocenoses).
2003), which supported a variety of calcareous biocenoses. These contained abundant brachiopods, pelecypods, tentaculites and ostracods, as well as crinoids, rugose and tabulate corals, gastropods, trilobites, graptolites and conodonts (Nikiforova et al.
One of the central problems of population ecology is to develop the methods to assess an ecotope, revealing the effects of each individual and a combination of factors in the study population, and their members or intrapopulation groups, on biocenoses and ecosystem.