species number

species number

[′spē·shēz ‚nəm·bər]
(oceanography)
The first number in the argument number in a Doodson tide schedule; indicates approximately the period of a component of tidal potential.
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An 11 month-old female Bali Mynah, one of the world's most iconic species of songbird, has relocated from Heidelberg Zoo in Germany with the hope that it will form a breeding pair with the the zoo's resident male and add to the species number.
species number, F-index and G-F index) are the highest, that highlights the importance of PLNNR for migratory birds.
While ant species number well above 8,000 throughout the world, in Illinois there are just four -- the pavement ant, the small honey ant, the odorous ant and the carpenter ant.
Tree species number: The number of tree species at the edge (S) of each gap was counted and the relationship between gap size and cumulative species number at the gap edges for all gaps surveyed was determined following Muth and Bazzaz (2002).
In the last decades it was found an increase in species number, daphnids percentage and low calanoid percentage (De los Rios-Escalante, 2010).
Furthermore, we also determined relationships between total species number and the size of the islands, and we hypothesize that large island are more likely to have higher species richness compared to small islands.
Colony Counts and Species Number of Actinobacteria under Normal Nutrient Condition A wide diversity of actinobacteria was found in saxicolous lichens.
The intercept of a regression of log-watershed size on species number approached zero, meaning mussels can occur in very small lake-influenced inlets, but the slope was just 1/6 that for rivers, indicating that species numbers increase slowly with greater watershed size.
On the contrary, the species number of hydrophytes in Lake Fure (Denmark) decreased with the increasing nutrient load in the lake during its transition from mesotrophy (1911) to eutrophy (1951) and to hypertrophy (1983), and formed about 2/3 of the initial number (37) at the improvement of the state back to eutrophy in 2005 (Sand-Jensen et al., 2008).
We used a paired t-test to test whether the fish species number in different seasons were significantly different between dry season and pre-monsoon, dry season and monsoon, dry season and post monsoon or not.
So the maximum population count as well as species number of Passeriformes order was observed there.