Temperate

  • 41temperate phage — noun (biology) A bacteriophage that integrates its genome into that of its host, where it lies dormant for many generations • • • Main Entry: ↑temperate …

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  • 42temperate zones — plural noun The parts of the earth of moderate temperature between the tropics and the polar circles • • • Main Entry: ↑temperate …

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  • 43temperate phage — temperate phage. См. умеренный фаг. (Источник: «Англо русский толковый словарь генетических терминов». Арефьев В.А., Лисовенко Л.А., Москва: Изд во ВНИРО, 1995 г.) …

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  • 44temperate zone — temperate .zone n one of the two parts of the Earth that are north and south of the ↑tropics …

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  • 45temperate forest — ▪ ecology Introduction  vegetation type with a more or less continuous canopy of broad leaved trees. Such forests occur between approximately 25° and 50° latitude in both hemispheres (seeFigure 1 >). Toward the polar regions they grade into… …

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  • 46Temperate coniferous forest — A temperate coniferous forest ecosystem in Petroglyphs Provincial Park, Ontario Temperate coniferous forest is a terrestrial biome found in temperate regions of the world with warm summers and cool winters and adequate rainfall to sustain a… …

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  • 47Temperate Northern Pacific — The Temperate Northern Pacific is a biogeographic region of the earth s seas, comprising the temperate waters of the northern Pacific Ocean.The Temperate Northern Pacific connects, via the Bering Sea, to the Arctic marine realm, which includes… …

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  • 48temperate rainforest — /tɛmpərət ˈreɪnfɒrəst/ (say tempuhruht raynforuhst) noun a coniferous or broadleaf forest occurring in coastal mountains with high rainfall, as in the south east of the Australian mainland and Tasmania. See cool temperate rainforest, warm… …

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  • 49Temperate deciduous forest — The Temperate deciduous forest is a biome found in the eastern United States, Canada, central Mexico, southern South America, Europe, China, Japan, North Korea and parts of Russia. A temperate deciduous forest consists of trees that lose their… …

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  • 50Temperate Zone — noun the part of the Earth s surface between the Arctic Circle and the Tropic of Cancer or between the Antarctic Circle and the Tropic of Capricorn; characterized by temperate climate • Hypernyms: ↑climatic zone • Instance Hyponyms: ↑North… …

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  • 51Temperate perch — Taxobox name = Temperate perches image width = 240px image caption = Maccullochella peelii peelii regnum = Animalia phylum = Chordata classis = Actinopterygii ordo = Perciformes familia = Percichthyidae subdivision ranks = Genera subdivision =… …

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  • 52temperate bacteriophage — bacteriophage acteriophage n. sing. & pl. a virus which infects bacteria; also colloquially called {phage} in laboratory jargon. Note: Bacteriophages are of many varieties, generally specific for one or a narrow range of bacterial species, and… …

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  • 53temperate rain forest — noun a rain forest in a temperate area • Hypernyms: ↑rain forest, ↑rainforest * * * noun : woodland of temperate but usually rather mild climatic areas with heavy rainfall usually including numerous kinds of trees and being distinguished from… …

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  • 54temperate rain forest — noun Date: circa 1930 woodland of a usually rather mild climatic area within the temperate zone that receives heavy rainfall, usually includes numerous kinds of trees, and is distinguished from a tropical rain forest especially by the presence of …

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  • 55temperate rainforest — noun A rainforest in a temperate climate …

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  • 56temperate deciduous forest —   forest that dominates in temperate areas. Trees are deciduous i.e. they shed all their leaves during the winter season (or during drier periods) …

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  • 57temperate grasslands —   extensive natural grasslands in the continental interiors of temperate regions …

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  • 58temperate belts — vidutinės juostos statusas T sritis ekologija ir aplinkotyra apibrėžtis Šiaurės ir Pietų pusrutulių geografinės juostos, esančios tarp paatogrąžių ir subpoliarinių (subarktinės, subantarktinės) juostų. Vyrauja vidutinių platumų klimatas (tarpinis …

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  • 59temperate white basses — baltosios ešeržuvės statusas T sritis zoologija | vardynas taksono rangas šeima apibrėžtis Vandenyno atogrąžų ir paatogrąžio platumų priekrantės, apysūriai ir gėli vandenys. 18 genčių, apie 50 rūšių. Kūno ilgis – iki 75–180 cm, kūno masė – iki 50 …

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  • 60temperate zone — noun Usage: often capitalized T&Z Date: 1551 the area or region between the Tropic of Cancer and the arctic circle or between the Tropic of Capricorn and the antarctic circle …

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