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mangled

(măng′gŭld)
Torn, shredded, or blasted apart; said for example of the limbs of severely traumatized patients.
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Degradacion de hoja de mangle: Se utilizo el metodo de bolsas de degradacion propuesto por Bosire et al., (2005).
In this sense, knowledge, interest, strategic processing, and expertise are iteratively emerging, intertwined, entangled relationships that continuously (co)constitute each other, and/or are always in (co)constitution with each other, as well as with/in material and discursive elements--a mangle.
Las madrigueras se encontraron asociadas y protegidas por dos variedades de arboles de mangle (L.
Laguneularia racemosa e a especie dominante nos manguezais paranaenses (BIGARELLA, 1946), enquanto que Rhizophorci mangle ocorre em manguezais em frente ao mar aberto e Laguncularia racemosa em aguas menos profundas (MAACK, 1981).
mangle propagules were preserved in flasks of alcohol and subsequently identified as Acalles sablensis.
Resultados Cayo Caguama Indicadores Parcela 1 Parcela 2 Coordenadas X: 20[grados]35.269 X: 20[grados]35.242 Y: 078[grados]25.823 Y: 078[grados]25.780 3.0 m 5.0 m Altura del dosel Manglar achaparrado Manglar mixto bajo monotipico de con 3 individuos de Avicennia germinans Conocarpus erectus, 1 de Laguncularia racemosa y 5 de Avicennia germinans Tipo de sustrato Arena Arena Cobertura total 50% 40% Altura de raiz 10-22 cm 2-4 cm (neumatoforos) Follaje Abundante Abundante Regeneracion Abundante Poco abundante Floracion Abundante Abundante en los individuos de mangle prieto, escaso o nulo en las demas especies presentes Fructificacion Escasa o nula Escasa o nula Herbivoria Escasa o nula Abundante en el individuo de Pataban, escasa o nula en el resto de especies Tabla 3.
Rhizophora mangle has leaves with higher tannin content rendering them more resistant to degradation compared to Laguncularia racemosa (Lacerda et al., 1986).