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tax·a

(tak'să),
Plural of taxon.

taxa

(tăk′sə)
n.
Plural of taxon.

tax·a

(tak'să)
Plural of taxon.
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Our study includes 5 taxa out of ten naturally growing taxa in Turkey: C.
A tabela 3 mostra que a taxa de participacao total das cidades com ate 100.
For all karyological characters of taxa, the correlation coefficient was defined and grouping was performed by cluster analysis (UPGMA, similarity) and by ordination based on principal-components analysis (PCA).
The life form of all investigated taxa is perennial.
We used a repeated measures analysis of variance test to determine if significant differences existed in macroinvertebrate taxa richness or biomass of ephemeral reaches of intermittent streams between the two watersheds on each of the first four days of succession.
Among woody taxa, maximum daily pollen concentrations were as follows: Pinaceae 3593 pollen grains/[cm.
Em ambientes quentes com elevadas temperaturas, o calor por si inibe o individuo de exercitar-se numa intensidade tao alta quanto num clima mais ameno, diminuindo assim a taxa metabolica e consequentemente a perda de liquidos.
The main objectives of this study were therefore to assess the number of megabenthic taxa observed and predict the total number of taxa expected to occur in five geographical regions located within the Western and Eastern Canadian Arctic biogeographic units (DFO, 2009, 2011): the Beaufort Sea, Amundsen Gulf, the Western Archipelago, the Eastern Archipelago, and Baffin Bay.
Eles utilizaram o Indice Geral da Corrupcao (IGC), desenvolvido por Boll (2010), e a taxa de abertura de empresas per capita para medir o empreendedorismo.
Assim, um porta-enxerto comercial deve apresentar elevada taxa de poliembrionia, maior numero de embrioes por semente e alta producao de sementes por fruto.