ecesis


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ecesis

(ĭ-sē′sĭs)
n.
The successful establishment of a plant or animal species in a habitat.

ecesis

the germination and subsequent establishment of a plant colonizing a new habitat.
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Por tanto, es posible que el parasitoide haya entrado a Mexico por ecesis con su hospedero comun, C.
Photographic records and field studies indicate that the ecesis interval in Garibaldi Park is generally less than 20 years, but in some situations can be as long as 70 years (Koch, unpublished data).
Thus, this species' monocarpic life history, plus the absence of vegetative reproduction, make ecesis critical for its persistence.