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domesticated species

A term defined by a species in which the evolutionary process has been influenced by humans to meet their needs.
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On the other hand, in the cultivated species of safflower, C.
recognized seven cultivated species and 228 wild species, divided into
Researchers deciphered the genome of Coffea canephora, the second-most cultivated species of coffee.
Verrucomicrobia is a group of bacteria which encompasses few cultivated species, and one genus, Opitutus identified in N.
Veta la Palma's hatchery has been designed to work with several species at the same time, emphasizing not high production but the quality of the cultivated species fingerlings.
In fact, the toxicity of many cultivated species and varieties is often not known, in addition to which there are differences in susceptibility to toxins between people and the concentration of toxins in various parts of plants.
Topics addressed in the eight presented papers (and one commentary) include modeling tools to support water management decision-making under climate change conditions, evapotranspiration estimates and water stress indicators for irrigation scheduling in woody plants, agricultural water management and biodiversity conservation inside the North African oasis, water use in Chilean agriculture, deficit irrigation as a tool for manipulating flowering date in loquat, developing a classification system of water entitlements for sustainable water management in Australia's Murray- Darling Basin, and the effect of soil texture on water relationship and radiation use efficiency of six cultivated species.
Over half of all foraging bouts in our study were on non-native and cultivated tree species; however, when macaws are not included, only 29% of foraging bouts were on non-native and cultivated species.
Apart from the important ex situ conservation aspect, this living collection and its associated data base, documenting general information on the cultivated species, will offer students and researchers the possibility to carry out research on subjects such as anatomy and morphology of reproductive organs.
Some cultivated species have low amounts of nectar and pollen, or none at all.
Two-thirds of the native plants of conservation concern are closely related to cultivated species.