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deme

[dēm]
(ecology)
A local population in which the individuals freely interbreed among themselves but not with those of other demes.
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fairchildiana demes in a reciprocal-transplant experiment between native and degraded-forest habitats Source df F P Seed germination Deme 01 00.
Apollodorus alleges that Neaira came to Athens with Phano and her boys, whom Stephanus unlawfully registered in his own deme.
CHO cells were cultured on microcarriers in DEME containing either sodium bicarbonate or HEPES (4-(2-hydroxyethyl)-1-piperazineethanesulfonic acid) buffers.
aasta keskel, kui teadmata pohjustel majanduslikku kitsikusse sattunud Peter von Ukskull pandib Puhajarve (Wollust) moisa ning 7 kula, sealhulgas ka Otepaa linnuselaani juurde kuulunud maa, valja arvatud linnuse enese (unde dath lanth dat dar na deme borchgesete horet uth genamen det borch wall) ja puha Elisabethi vikaaria juurde kuuluva maa (unde dat lanth dat dar horet to sunte Ilseben vicarie), ruutel Bartholomeus von Tiesenhausenile (LGU 507).
Another first-day highlight is Victor Deme - from Burkina Faso - whose West African voice took France by storm in 2008.
PA: Quote), is a group of construction companies and also holds 50 percent of dredger DEME.
An excessive climber is a deme which has converged or climbs on the earlier exploited peak.
Oswald of Northumbria; continental metamorphoses; with an edition and translation of Osvalds saga and Van sunte Oswaldo deme konninghe.
The original legends offered are "Osvalds Saga", which is the oldest vernacular legend on the continent, and an edition of "Van Sunte Oswaldo Deme Konninghe", an abbreviated Low German legend deriving from the earliest version.
Dupuy C, Ghayon R, Valent A, Noel-Hudson MS, Deme D, Virion A.
Zehentner BK, Deme A, Toure P, Hawes SE, Brooks L, Feng Q, et al.