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Rich

(rich),
Arnold R., U.S. pathologist, 1893-1968. See: Hamman-Rich syndrome.
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Rapidly-Involuting Congenital Haemangioma. A congenital haemangioma which presents at birth with a 1:1 male:female ratio, which involutes from the centre and heals with fibrosis, thrombosis, and haemosiderin deposition and is GLUT1-positive
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Alpha scale.--A Welch's ANOVA was performed to provide summary statistics of alpha means for percent exotic cover, native richness, and functional richness among the sites with a P < 0.05.
In contrast, fewer plant species grows on the soil of Setul limestone of PTM (75 species) that contributed to different species richness between the two sites.
Chao index and ACE index represent the community richness. In Chao index, the index of OTU number in samples are estimated by Chao1 algorithm, which was first proposed by Chao and is usually used to estimate species review in ecology (Pitta et al., 2010) The greater the Chao index or ACE index, the higher is the community richness.
Therefore, the objective of this study is to assess Neotropical migrant species richness in relation to riparian buffer width and vegetative quality in an area of Indiana that is representative of much of the agricultural Midwest.
Our results suggest that substantial additional trapping effort (increase in number of traps and/or sampling dates) would be needed to approach asymptotic bee species richness at this site.
He said he hope that the richness of faith they experienced in the Philippines could be brought back to their certain churches abroad.
In addition to the 'binned' richness estimations, the same data set was used to generate an 'unbinned' richness curve by using the quantitative stratigraphic method.
Although further studies are needed, the fact that the simplest but robust molecular index (the gut microbial genes richness), was correlated with metabolic markers [1] and was prognostic to weight loss during low caloric diet over time [2] and the demonstration that exercise and associated dietary extremes impact on gut microbial diversity [25] is a proof of evidence for future applications of clinical metagenomics.
The timing of this launch appropriately coincided with Givaudan's 2014 ChefsCouncil[TM] that took place recently in New York City, as TasteSolutions Richness all started with inspiration and discovery from previous ChefsCouncilTN events.
It is well known that elevational pattern of species diversity is similar to latitudinal pattern;, that is, with the elevation increasing and heat decreasing, species richness decreases [36-38].
Grasshoppers in pampas grassland were not adversely affected by such intrusions [10], and no consistent relationship was found between ant species richness and degree of replacement of native grasses [8].