There was a strong linear increase in number of flowering stems between the 5-11 y old age class
and the 12-14 class within each site type (Fig.
Could we provide more harvest opportunities for hunters while still ending up with only larger-antlered bucks in the older age classes
The highest difference between both data sources in the first age class
(1-20 years old) is also confirmed in Figure 5b where the comparison of the increments of timberland per hectare is shown.
This is followed (Sections 3 and 4) by a rigorous analysis of possible dynamic outcomes in two and three age class
In the winter samples of age class
III to V were represented in more or less similar proportions.
The mean age class
of raccoons was between II and III.
Furthermore, because many state wildlife departments use population-reconstruction models to estimate deer herds, they mostly use three age classes
: fawn, yearling, and adult.
altiparanae in the third age class
were: Chironomidae immature in both tanks with E.
The N0 parameter is a general snail abundance value, and this analysis was done using separate snail abundance values by age class
This test compared regression equations, assessing whether there is a difference between the sum of the regression squares fitted for each age class
and the sum of the regression squares fitted for the set of all of the ages based on the analysis of variance and F test, i.e., testing whether or not it is necessary to develop taper equations, stratifying the data into age classes
Analysis of variance (ANOVA) was used to test for age-specific differences in physical parameters between years and time periods including body weight-age relationships, antler spread-age relationships, age class
distribution, and relative condition of the population over time.
The third of these three trios, on Meeman, comprised only females, and all were first captured at age class
2 within one session of each other, with two of them first captured within 2 days of each other and last captured within 10 days of each other.