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influx

Geography the mouth of a stream or river
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influx

[′in‚fləks]
(anatomy)
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Nonylphenol elicited concentration-dependent increases in [Ca.sup.2+] influxes with similar characteristics to [E.sub.2], but with the most robust response at [10.sup.-8] M being slightly lower than that for [E.sub.2].
"As well as influxes of migrant butterflies and moths, we have been finding dozens of new types of bees, wasps, flies and beetles that are typically associated with warmer, southern areas," Mr Falk added.
For Cathi Tactaquin, director of the California-based National Network for Immigrant and Refugee Rights, environmental degradation is caused not by large influxes of people but by "the corporate pillaging of resources, rampant over-consumption [and] destructive technologies."