mean abundance

mean abundance

The mean number of parasites found in all of a particular parasite’s hosts in a particular population, including potential hosts that are not known to be involved. Mean abundance combines prevalence and mean intensity.
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The significance of differences in mean abundance of red and black crabs was tested using analysis of variance (ANOVA) (Underwood 1997).
They don't just mean abundance in the developed world, but in the entire world.
The arrival, permanence and departure from refuge were determined by comparison of mean abundance among grouped sampling occasions by using the Kruskal-Wallis test.
The latter measures year-to-year variation in number of individuals of a species at the site and is estimated as the coefficient of variation: the standard deviation data divided by the mean abundance for each route across all years in which the route was surveyed.
This paper uses the computed annual mean abundance of [CO.
This mass difference is readily detected and even allows the mean abundance of the variant [beta]-chain to be estimated as 43.
In Georgia from late March to August 1990, bay whiff and blackcheek tonguefish had a mean abundance of 3.
A total of 5812 individual helminths were recovered with mean abundance of infection = 129.