Heterochronic processes in human evolution: an ontogenetic
analysis of the hominid pelvis.
The evolution of shade tolerance centers on the growth-survival trade-off; this process maintains high species diversity because it favors niche divergence among species and ontogenetic
stages through the partitioning the light resource at very fine scales (Wright, 2002).
Azibo (2014a, 2015b, 2016a) has provided nosology for the tripartite phylogenetic racial part and explained how to integrate treatment and diagnosis for both--the phylogenetic racial and the ontogenetic
peripheral parts of personality.
For this reason, these ontogenetic
changes in juvenile fish are essential for understanding the ecology of fish (Schreck & Moyle, 1990).
changes in web design in two orb-web spiders.
Insects exposed to stress, such as lack of food or exposure to high temperatures, may be more susceptible to the action of pathogens, which is indicated by a change in their life cycle and the development of their ontogenetic
stages (Sikorowski & Lawrence 1994; Rampelotti et al.
opsin expression in Calanus finmarchicus
Instantaneous larval growth (per day) is expected to be fastest soon after first feeding, to decrease thereafter, and a large decrease or growth stanza is associated with an ontogenetic
shift in feeding from selective particulate feeding to omnivorous filter feeding (Deegan, 1990; Lozano et al., 2012) in combination perhaps with transgressing the coastal boundary layer.
Seasonal and ontogenetic
changes in the diet of the Australian skink Egernia stokesii.
Keywords: Ontogenesis; Coenopopulation; Ontogenetic
structure; Vitality structure; Vitality; Viability; Ecological scales; Valence; Tolerance; Russian broom; Chamaecytisus ruthenicus (Fisch.
Individuals from each population were then divided into five ontogenetic
life stages according to their morphology: seedling, juvenile I, juvenile II, immature, reproductive adult (Tiberio et al., 2012).