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Although transition matrices and experimentations provide a strong basis for the evaluation of individual and population resilience, the rarity of information on the microenvironment and on the morphological or physiological response of target species to disturbances (but see Anten et al., 2003; McPherson & Williams, 1998; Siebert, 2000; Zuidema et al., 2007), limits the interpretation of results in terms of mechanisms, thus preventing the shift from pattern to process analyses.
Both these species had a similar, erectophyllous canopy structure (Anten and Hirose, 1999) with the result that when they were planted in a substitutive replacement series, there was no apparent advantage in light interception (or yield) from the mixtures.
MICHELLE Anten, 35, a trainee social worker from Stockport, Lancs, thought husband David, 36, was just being a good neighbour when he kept dashing over to help Karen next door.
When it comes to Slauerhoff's prose, the picture is a similar one: Anten cites Van Vriesland: 'In Het verboden rijk is Slauerhoff "de typische romanticus, met al de van ouds daarbij behorende kenmerken van wereldverachting"' (3) (In The Forbidden Realm Slauerhoff is 'the typical romantic, with all the old, characteristic contempt for the world').
This rather unexpected result was derived from a shift in the balance between light and N limitation of leaf photosynthesis in the canopy (Anten et al.
Each coupling was ritually prescribed and named; huak af (to shed the skin), ha ekit (to make smooth), natam anten mese (to enter once again).
przedstawia konstrukcje starszego typu--w ktorej nadajniki byly lokalizowane w duzym oddaleniu od anten, zwykle w osobnym pomieszczeniu, a radiowy sygnal mocy byl przesylany do anten kablami koncentrycznymi-tzw.
Studies show that palm leaf harvesting generally increases the rate of leaf sprouting (Mendoza et al., 1987; O'Brien and Kinnaird, 1996; Anten et al., 2003; Endress et al., 2004b), although this tends to decrease the size of the new leaves (O'Brien and Kinnaird, 1996; Ratsirarson et al., 1996; Endress et al., 2004b, 2006).