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A Survey of Biological Control Users in Midwest Greenhouse Operations

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Survey and Assessment of Mammalian Estrogen Biological Assays for Hazard Characterization

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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).

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


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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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