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bionomics

[‚bī·ō′näm·iks]
(biology)
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Baldacci, "A bionomic approach to the capacitated p-median problem," Journal of Heuristics, vol.
Specific values may change due to the biogeographic area assessed; this could be more realistic considering the different behavior, bionomics and synantropic degree of individuals belonging to the same species in different geographical localities (Greenberg 1971).
Bionomic Aspects of Pattonella intermutans (Thomson, 1869) (Diptera, Sarcophagidae) under laboratory conditions.
Bionomic notes on Pachysomoides sp (Hymenoptera: Ichneumonidae), a parasitoid of the Neotropical social wasp Polistes satan Bequaert (Hymenoptera: Vespidae).
India, May 26 -- Bionomic Industries, a manufacturer of proven air pollution abatement, product and heat recovery technologies, has launched ScrubPac Custom Skid-Mounted Scrubber System.
Under this open-access scenario, bionomic equilibrium is found where:
10], where a single species fishery resource is considered and optimal harvesting policy and bionomic equilibrium were found.
Goeldichironomus neopictus, a new species from the southeast of Brazil: Description and bionomic information (Insecta, Diptera, Chironomidae).
Bionomic variables describe availability and consumption of resources, whereas scenopoetic variables describe the climate and physical features of the landscape (Hutchinson, 1978).
catalyst provider New Zealand-based biofuel developer Aquaflow Bionomic has signed a deal with U.
Severin (1910) dismissed the resemblance as having "no bionomic importance", but others have disagreed.