ecological association

ecological association

[ek·ə′läj·ə·kəl ə‚sō·shē′ā·shən]
(ecology)
A complex of communities, such as an elm-hackberry association, which develops in accord with variations in physiography, soil, and successional history within the major subdivision of a biotic realm.
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Contract notice:Receiving, collection and transportation of municipal waste from property owners inhabited and uninhabited real estate in the municipality of tinned and municipalities Grodziczno sector viii the ecological association of local authorities "
We evaluated the ecological association between cumulated dengue incidence and ethnicity comparing the proportions of Afro-Colombian population between cases and non-cases of dengue and so, discarding ecological fallacy.
There are several published studies that have focused on the ecological association of suicide and homicide rates with sociodemographic aspects in different countries using a variety of indexes to explore these associations.
She is intrigued by the possibility, because it would reveal a new ecological association that could yield novel approaches to pest control.
Pedro Tun, President of the IFAD-supported Sacapultecan Ecological Association for Integral Development (ADIES), a producers' group that has had great success in harvesting and marketing onions.
The nature of our findings should encourage further investigation of the nature of the ecological association between alcohol, violence and other negative outcomes within communities.
Evaluating the ecological association of casino industry economic development on community health status: A natural experiment in the Mississippi Delta Region.
Other studies of the ecological association between primary care and population health have used various geographic levels, e.
Geert Ritsema, GMO co-ordinator for ecological association Friends of the Earth condemned this as "a shameful final act by the outgoing European Commission".
Aleksandr Nikitin, a former captain who retired several years ago, gave his Norwegian colleagues of Bellona, the Norwegian ecological association, information which the FSB declared amounted to a State secret.
To analyze the ecological association between the two parasites in the second intermediate host, a large sample of G.
seal should signify a real alternative," says Gabriel Rivas Ducca, a biologist who works with the Costa Rican Ecological Association in San Jose.

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