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BIOGEOGRAPHY
ISLAND BIOGEOGRAPHY
BIOLOGY
PATTERNS
ECOLOGY
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PLEISTOCENE
COMMUNITY ECOLOGY
PHYLOGENY
MAMMALS
ISOLATION
GEOGRAPHIC
CODONCODE ALIGNER
Review of Short Phrases and Links

    This Review contains major "Biogeography"- related terms, short phrases and links grouped together in the form of Encyclopedia article.

Definitions

  1. Biogeography is the study of the past and present distribution of individual species and entire communities.
  2. Biogeography: the science that studies the distribution of life, past and present. (Web site)
  3. Biogeography : The geographic distribution of organisms. (Web site)
  4. Biogeography is the science of "why what lives where".

Biogeography

  1. Journal of Biogeography, in press. (Web site)
  2. Hubbell, S. P. 2001. The unified neutral theory of biodiversity and biogeography.
  3. Terborgh J. 1976. Island biogeography and conservation: strategy and limitations.
  4. Diversity and biogeography of vascular epiphytes in Western Amazonia, Yasun-, Ecuador (PDF)-- a paper published in the journal of biogeography.
  5. Silvertown, J. (1985) History of a latitudinal diversity gradient: woody plants in Europe 13,000 -- 1000 years B.P. Journal of Biogeography, 12, 519-525. (Web site)

Island Biogeography

  1. The third limitation is well supported by data from paleontology and historical biogeography.
  2. The Theory of Island Biogeography expanded upon Preston’s species-area curve and added new factors, immigration and extinction. (Web site)
  3. Over the 19th century, botanical geography and zoogeography combined to form the basis of biogeography.
  4. I don't think these criticisms refute the paper's arguments about biogeography, just that they aren't the strongest aspect.
  5. Shmida, A. 1985. Biogeography of the desert flora.

Biology

  1. It is in the field of conservation biology that biogeography can make its most important contributions. (Web site)
  2. Posted by catc to stenotherm thermal biology trade-off Antarctic performance Biogeography muscle physiology on Thu May 04 2006 at 03:44 UTC.

Patterns

  1. Borisova,N., Using GIS and Remote Sensing for biogeography assessment in the karst terrain of Chepan mountain and Dragoman marshland 2.
  2. Hill, M.O. (1991) Patterns of species distribution in Britain elucidated by canonical correspondence analysis, Journal of Biogeography 18: 247-255.
  3. Cladistic biogeography : interpreting patterns of plant and animal distributions. (Web site)
  4. Ideally we'd move beyond GIS queries to pattern matching geographically-labelled trees (finally providing tools for cladistic biogeography).

Ecology

  1. One central landscape ecology theory originated from MacArthur & Wilson's The Theory of Island Biogeography.
  2. Haila, Y. 2002. A conceptual genealogy of fragmentation research: from island biogeography to landscape ecology.
  3. Whittaker, R. J. 1998. Island biogeography : ecology, evolution, and conservation. (Web site)
  4. The theory of island biogeography has been applied to forest fragmentation by relating species of true oceanic islands to those of isolated forest patches.

Theory

  1. Dependence on species richness invokes the theory of island biogeography as a determinant of invasivity (Case 1991).
  2. The theory of biogeography grows out of the work of Alfred Russel Wallace and other early evolutionary scientists. (Web site)

Reserve Design

  1. The concepts of island biogeography were generalized from physical islands to abstract patches of habitat by Levins' metapopulation model.
  2. Island biogeography and the design of natural reserves, pp. (Web site)
  3. Higgs, A.J. 1981. Island biogeography and nature reserve design. (Web site)
  4. His scientific theories include Island biogeography, in regards to sociobiology.
  5. Price, J.P. Floristic Biogeography of the Hawaiian Islands: influences of area, environment and paleogeography. (Web site)

Professor

  1. So for Biogeography this semester, the professor is trying a new approach to textbooks.
  2. It is a veritable lesson in tropical biogeography that would delight old Professor Furley.
  3. An opinion editorial by Philip Stott, a professor of biogeography, was published recently by Bridge News.

Pleistocene

  1. Davis, M. B. 1976. Pleistocene biogeography of temperate deciduous forests.
  2. Mayden, R. L. 1987. Pleistocene glaciation and historical biogeography of North American highland fishes. (Web site)

Community Ecology

  1. Global ecology and biogeography letters. (Web site)
  2. Press. Biogeography and community ecology. (Web site)
  3. Macroecology, biogeography, quantitative population and community ecology. (Web site)
  4. Much more than a book about one island, it raises important challenges to prevailing dogma of island biogeography and theoretical ecology.
  5. The area of specialization is open and includes all landscape applications of population biology, community and ecosystem ecology, and biogeography. (Web site)

Phylogeny

  1. Patterns and determinants of global distribution in freshwater birds: linking biogeography, ecology and phylogeny.
  2. Biogeography and molecular phylogeny of the genus Schizothorax (Teleostei: Cyprinidae) in China inferred from cytochrome b sequences.

Mammals

  1. Brown, J. 1978. The theory of insular biogeography and the distribution of boreal birds and mammals. (Web site)
  2. Dynamic biogeography and conservation of mammals in fragmented, western coniferous forests. (Web site)
  3. Lomolino, M. V. 1993. Immigrations and distribution patterns of insular mammals: studying fundamental processes island biogeography. (Web site)

Isolation

  1. Turnover rates in insular biogeography: effect of immigration on extinction. (Web site)
  2. Lomolino, M. V. 1984. Mammalian island biogeography: Effects of area, isolation and vagility. (Web site)
  3. His chief contribution is perhaps biogeography, but he also contributed to the fields of animal coloration, reproductive isolation, and natural selection.

Geographic

  1. Sax, D. F. 2001. Latitudinal gradients and geographic ranges of exotic species: implications for biogeography.
  2. Connections between ecology, biogeography and paleobiology: relationship between local abundance and geographic distribution in fossil and recent organisms.

Codoncode Aligner

  1. CodonCode Aligner is widely used in phylogenetics, evolution research, biogeography, mutation detection, and other biomedical research areas. (Web site)

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