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life zone

n.
A geographic region or area defined by its characteristic life forms.
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Abundance per life zone: More species collided with windows in premontane wet forest than in premontane moist forest or in lower montane wet forest (Table 5).
This date range may have included environments similar to the present-day Upper Sonoran Chaparral, Upper Sonoran Woodland, and Transition life zones and their ecotones.
Creating airflow in life zone will play an important role in convenience [1].
As part of the event, Tristar created a Full of Life zone where people could use a range of adapted and dual control bikes.
The vehicle was launched in the Kids Life Zone at the recent International 2013 Tokyo Toy Show.
New Delhi, June 12 -- Toyota Motor Corporation (TMC) is to display a sporty, open-top family-oriented concept in the Kids Life Zone at the International Tokyo Toy Show 2013, which runs from June 13 through June 16 at Tokyo Big Sight in Koto Ward, Tokyo.
Tokyo, June 11, 2013 - (JCN Newswire) - Toyota Motor Corporation (TMC) is to display a sporty, open-top family-oriented concept in the Kids Life Zone at the International Tokyo Toy Show 2013, which runs from June 13 through June 16(1) at Tokyo Big Sight in Koto Ward, Tokyo.
Moreover, classification of tabonuco forest using Holdridge's (1967) ecological life zone system designated the Mameyes watershed as Subtropical rain forest and the Quebrada Sonadora as Subtropical wet forest (Ewel and Whitmore, 1973).
The projected city covers 2,047 hectares of space, which will consist of economic/trade life zone, harbor zone, and industrial zone.
"LotteryView" is the first all-round lottery buyer club and life zone based on mobile phones, internet video broadcasting and other new media technologies.
Inc., 2001), was created using the Lambert comformal Conic projection, in which the following information was included: province, county and district, latitude, longitude, altitude, species of ectoparasites and life zone; in order to classify the geography and ecology of each locality sampled using the Holdridge's life zones system (Holdridge, 1987).