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deme

(dēm),
A local, small, highly inbred group or kinship. Compare: isolate.
[G. dēmos, people]

deme

(dēm) a population of very similar organisms interbreeding in nature and occupying a circumscribed area.

deme

(dēm)
n.
1. One of the townships of ancient Attica.
2. Ecology A local, usually stable population of interbreeding organisms of the same species.

deme

[dēm]
Etymology: Gk, demos, common population
a small, local, closely related, interbreeding population of organisms, usually occupying a circumscribed area. Also called genetic population.

deme

or

local population

a group of individuals within a species that is largely isolated genetically from other individuals of the species, with clearly definable genetical, cytological and other characteristics.

deme

a population of animals with very similar physical characteristics, which interbreed and occupy a limited geographic region. Called also a genetic population.
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Lazerio pluostu paveiktu bandiniu mikrostuktura: a) padidinimas mikroskopu 20 kartu; b) padidinimas mikroskopu 190 kartu; 1--neapdoroto sukepinto bandinio zona; 2--lazerinio mikroapdirbimo budu apdoroto sukepinto bandinio zona; 3--epoksidine derva (impulsu generacijos daznis 10 Hz, lazerio pluosto galia 0,5 kW, lazerio demes skersmuo 0,3 mm)
Zamia fairchildiana patches of individuals or demes can also persist in degraded forests affected by selective logging and other human activities, where environmental conditions in the understory differ substantially from the ones in their native habitat.
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distance between ith and jth demes (calculated for demes of the same type)
Pericles was a strategos, or general, a military and political leader elected annually by each demes.
Indeed the earliest choruses would have been composed of amateur contestants drawn from the ten tribes or demes of Athens.
Robin Osborne recapitulates and refines the central thesis of his book Demos: The Discovery of Classical Attica (Cambridge, 1985) that participation in the communal activities of the local demes throughout Attica was as important for the functioning of Athenian democracy as involvement in the direct democratic government of the city.
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Sie reiskiniai daugiausiai yra susije su elektrinio lanko demes judejimu plazmotrono anodo sienelemis.
Taking examples from the particular experience of civil society groups within these countries, Forbig and Demes provide the reader a variety of debates and perspectives which have often been over looked in other more general studies on the Central and Eastern European (CEE) and the transition from authoritarianism to democracy, which, as the authors indicate, is still ongoing.
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