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Survey and Assessment of Mammalian Estrogen Biological Assays for Hazard Characterization

A Survey of Biological Control Users in Midwest Greenhouse Operations

Biological function through network topology: a survey of the human diseasome

MACOUN, James Melville (1862 - 1920), Head of Biological Division, Geological Survey of Canada since 1917

Roadkills as a complementary information source for biological surveys using rodents as a model

SURVEY AND SUMMARY: Saccharomyces cerevisiae basic helix–loop–helix proteins regulate diverse biological processes

Survey of the Biological Effects of Refractory Ceramic Fibres: Overload and Its Possible Consequences

E07 Biologic Prescribing Among Rheumatologists in London: A Survey of Current Trends

United States Biological Survey: A Compendium of its History, Personalities, Impacts, and Conflicts

230. Effectiveness of Sequential Biologics use in Ankylosing Spondylitis: Result of a Large Retrospective Survey

Variability in biological distributions and hydrography from concurrent Acoustic Doppler Current Profiler and SeaSoar surveys

Comparison of Epidemiological, Clinical, and Biological Features of Invasive Aspergillosis in Neutropenic and Nonneutropenic Patients: A 6-Year Survey

Sexual Networks and HIV in Four African Populations: The Use of Standardized Behavioral Survey with Biological Markers

A survey of mangiferin and hydroxycinnamic acid ester accumulation in coffee (Coffea) leaves: biological implications and uses

MURRAY, John (1841 - 1914), Knight of the Prussian Order Pour le Mérite, 1898; Grand Cross of the Royal Norwegian Order of St Olav, 1910; naturalist; Scientific Member of the Fishery Board for Scotland (retired); shortly before death completed a bathymetrical, physical, and biological survey of the fresh-water lakes of Scotland

The Chewing Lice: World Checklist and Biological Overview.—R. D. Price, R. A. Hellenthal, R. L. Palma, K. P. Johnson, D. H. Clayton. 2003. Illinois Natural History Survey Special Publication 24. x+501 pp. ISBN 1–882932–08–0. $35.00 (hard cover).

 

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The collection, processing, and analysis of a representative sample of a community of plants and animals in order to determine the structural and/or functional characteristics of that community. Also known as biosurvey.

Subjects: Environmental Science.


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