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mor·pho·met·ric

(mōr'fō-met'rik),
Pertaining to morphometry.

mor·pho·met·ric

(mōr'fō-met'rik)
Pertaining to morphometry.
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FONSECA, L., 2001.- Sexing Bonelli's Eagle nestlings: morphometrics versus molecular techniques.
Facial effects of fetal alcohol exposure: Assessment by photographs and morphometric analysis.
The evaluation takes into account the following criteria: a) the race purity (based on morphometric measurements and biologic particularities); b) the honey production c) the honeybee colony strength d) the resistance to winter conditions; e) the viability of brood; f) the resistance to diseases.
We used PCA scores from the first four principle components (PC) to model deer morphometrics using soil and forage characteristics at the levels of state (all three soil resource areas) and soil resource area.
The morphometrics (wing chord length, head length, and body weight) used to calculate structural body size (the first principal component [PCl]) and body condition indices (BCI) as well as the PCl and BCI values obtained for wild female mallards captured during April 2000 and the mallard in the current study (values bolded for the latter).
The effects of year and area of harvest on antler morphometrics in the same population are being investigated separately.
Morphometrics remains ARS's official method of identification.
During the 1997-98, 1998-99, and 1999-2000 harvest seasons, we characterized sex and age ratios, reproductive status, body mass, and hind foot length of harvested swamp rabbits on Trim Cane Wildlife Management Area, Mississippi, to better understand their demographics and morphometrics. Swamp rabbit sex ratios did not differ among years ([[chi square].sub.2] = 0.01,[P.bar] = 0.907).
The chapters cover topics such as morphometrics, phylogenetic analysis, paleobiogeography and time series analysis.
Data on the duration and morphometrics of observed instars are provided for all specimens.