mean abundance

mean abundance

The mean number of parasites found in all of a particular parasite’s hosts in a particular population, including potential hosts that are not known to be involved. Mean abundance combines prevalence and mean intensity.
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(2014) recorded a mean abundance range of Indian grey mongoose from 0.12 +- 0.073 to 0.68 +- 0.35 in western Ghat, India.
Oranges mean abundance and happiness while pomelos will bring good luck and family unity.
Although mean abundance varied significantly only for 2 of the groups examined (unidentified larvae and Percoidei), K-S tests revealed significant differences in length-frequency distribution for larvae under 10 mm for all taxa examined (Table 3).
Pearson's Product Moment Correlation Coefficient was applied to host body condition (K) and mean abundance as well as host body condition (K) and species richness.
Comparison of average daily temperature ([degrees]C) and average daily rainfall (mm) with mean abundance of total Diaphania hyalinata larvae during the 4 cropping seasons (26 May-30 Dec 2014) of yellow squash.
Mean abundance and confidence interval 95% of Caligus lalandei and Benedenia seriolae infecting the kingfish Seriola lalandei in the period of study, in relation to the seawater temperature.
Prevalence (P), mean abundance (MA) and mean intensity (MI) indexes were calculated for hosts, areas, seasons and sexes, according to Bush et al.
In addition, for each flatfish species, Multiple Analysis of Variance (MANOVA) was applied to test for the effects of season and sampling area on the mean TL and mean abundance of individuals per trawl haul.
Estimated abundance = mean abundance estimate with 95% confidence intervals (corresponding to estimate 1 in Methods); CV = coefficient of variation.
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