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Stress in Free-Ranging Mammals: Integrating Physiology, Ecology, and Natural History

Natural selection on plant resistance to herbivores in the native and introduced range

P711Dilated cardiomyopathy with Mid-range ejection fraction at diagnosis: characterization and natural history

The potential for West Nile virus to establish outside of its natural range: a consideration of potential mosquito vectors in the United Kingdom

Mobilizable narrow host range plasmids as natural suicide vectors enabling horizontal gene transfer among distantly related bacterial species

On the research needed to better characterise natural radioactivity accumulated in the Arctic by long-range atmospheric transport

The origin of recently established red fox populations in the United States: translocations or natural range expansions?

Roads and supplemental feeding affect home-range size of Slovenian red deer more than natural factors

Laboratory and Realized Host Ranges of Chaetorellia succinea (Diptera: Tephritidae), an Unintentionally Introduced Natural Enemy of Yellow Starthistle

Natural Variation in OsPRR37 Regulates Heading Date and Contributes to Rice Cultivation at a Wide Range of Latitudes

Mass attenuation coefficients of natural Rhizophora spp. wood for X-rays in the 15.77–25.27 keV range

Sexing free-ranging adult Cuvier’s beaked whales (Ziphius cavirostris) using natural marking thresholds and pigmentation patterns

The distribution of endometrial leukocytes and their proliferation markers in trimegestone-treated postmenopausal women compared to the endometrium of the natural cycle: a dose-ranging study

 

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The geographical area over which a species has naturally lived in recent times (since about 5000 years before the present), excluding any changes to that range that result from human activities. Also known as ecological range or geographical range. See also historic range, introduced species, native species.

Subjects: Environmental Science.


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