density dependent

density dependent

1. Effects whose intensity changes with ↑ population density.
2. Effects whose intensity ↑ with ↑ population density.
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For this reasons, the proposed research project will, using an experimental system with the model species Heterandria formosa that combines individual level and long term population level manipulations, investigate the consequences of and mechanisms behind body size specific, density dependent life history traits linked to behavioural types.
2] with variability in sampling density dependent on proximity to known and expected mineralization and structures.
The experiment showed that the growth of Furcellaria lumbricalis and Coccotylus truncatus was density dependent and that the algal growth decreased with increasing densities.
Density dependent growth of the tropical abalone Huliotis asinina in cage culture.
It is important to understand the influence of density dependent and independent factors on macroptery because of their potential to dilute the impact of this insect on plant populations.
Specifically, fecundity-at-length variability in autumn spawning herring in the Gulf of Maine (Kelly & Stevenson, 1985), spring and autumn spawning herring in the Gulf of St Lawrence (Lambert, 1987), the Clyde spring spawning herring (Bailey & Almatar, 1989), but also in a range of other fish species (Bagenal, 1973) has been suggested and has been related to density dependent effects.
sigma],T] are the partial derivatives of the density dependent [([partial derivative]L/[partial derivative][rho]).
60) (Scholl (994) recruitment Density dependent 433* Station Records recruitment Plant mortality rate 0.
0] being the dominant eigenvalue of the matrix in equation (2) with no density dependent effects, i.
For studying the compacts density dependent on compacting pressure was used powder mixture Ancorsteel 1000 B with granulations presented in table 2 and Zn stearat 1%.
At lung volumes characterized by predominantly laminar flow patterns, which are generally in the airways having cartilaginous support, the expiratory flow is gas density dependent resulting in higher flows using lower density gas.
A general model for density dependent death rate equation can be defined in the form