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ecophysiological

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  • adj. Of or pertaining to ecophysiology.

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Examples

  • An ecophysiological investigation of some species of Arctic temperature '' Ranunculus '' L. with respect to climate warming.

    Phenotypic responses of arctic species to changes in climate and ultraviolet-B radiation

  • BIOME3: An equilibrium terrestrial biosphere model based on ecophysiological constraints, resource availability, and competition among plant functional types.

    Recent and projected changes in arctic species distributions and potential ranges

  • This is offset by development within the species living there of many ecophysiological characteristics that allow them to sustain themselves in these extreme environments.

    Paraguana xeric scrub

  • The high-velocity northeast trade winds combined with the presence of soils with high salt content, principally calcite, have given rise to a very specific composition of flora and fauna, with ecophysiological adaptations that allow them to survive in these extreme environments.

    Paraguana xeric scrub

  • Subjects include: Systems and practices, Measurement and modelling of ecophysiological interactions, Multipurpose tree species, Applied sociology in project design, and resource economics.

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  • These two species thus provide a so far rare example of sympatric speciation within saprotrophic fungi, with divergent ecophysiological adaptations and reproductive strategies.

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  • In addition to enhancing the understanding of the relevance of dietary plasticity to the evolutionary biology of dung beetles, these results open the way to a more general understanding of the ecophysiological implications of differential dietary selection on the ecology and biogeography of these insects.

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  • We identified a surprising dietary shift that confers ecophysiological advantages in a dung beetle species.

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  • In our case, the impressive size reached by this tissue as a consequence of the acorn ingestion coincided with significant variations in the measured ecophysiological parameters.

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  • Barabote RD, Xie G, Leu DH, Normand P, Necsulea A, et al. (2009) Complete genome of the cellulolytic thermophile Acidothermus cellulolyticus 11B provides insights into its ecophysiological and evolutionary adaptations.

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