frigid zone


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frigid zone

frigid zone: see Arctic, the; Antarctica; zone.
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Compared to actinobacteria recovered under normal nutrient condition, colony counts of oligotrophy-tolerant actinobacteria was less in samples from alpine cold temperate zone, while more in samples from alpine subfrigid zone and alpine frigid zone. Oligotrophy-tolerant degree of actinobacteria in saxicolous lichens was increased with elevations.
will be A.D.) Pomponius Mela, accepting a spherical Earth, suggested that it be divided into a North Frigid Zone and a South Frigid Zone in the neighborhood of the poles, a Torrid Zone in the neighborhood of the Equator, and a North Temperate Zone and a South Temperate Zone in between.
Ohmer's "Frigid Zone" crab and shrimp add highly regarded items to Silver Lining's salmon and halibut products.
Legume Family trees are widely distributed around the world, growing from the tropics to the frigid zones.