Populations of the prickly pear cactus (Opuntia) in…
Domestication of rhinos does little to contribute to the conservation of wild populations.
It found that animal populations worldwide shrank by an average of two-thirds between 1970 and 2016.
This pattern, if it continues elsewhere, suggests alarming consequences for countries with older populations.
Hershey and Martha Chase prepared two populations of bacteriophage particles.
Statistical methods are used to analyze gene distributions and chromosomal variations in populations.
The blacktail reef shark in Australia and Nepalese tiger populations have both shown signs of recovery.
Some say the maps are too imprecise and will affect their values when there is no evidence of koala populations.
As the Pantanal dries from April to September, it provides a much-needed source of water for those same populations.
Theoretically, small populations are more susceptible to chance fluctuations than large populations.
Mesopredator release, in ecology, a phenomenon in which populations of medium-sized predators rapidly increase in ecosystems after the removal of larger, top carnivores.
“The worry is,” Yeates said, “if insect populations are in decline, so are the populations of larger animals such as birds and lizards who rely on them as food.
Some local populations may contribute little to the overall direction of coevolution between two or more species, whereas other populations may be crucial to the process.
The tropical states of India typically have populations close to the great ports of the southern coasts, while the northern populations are mainly in the great Gangetic plain.
Some towns (including Nógrád, Bánk, Felsopetény, and Alsópetény, among others) are inhabited by notable ethnic Slovak populations, while others (principally Szendehely and Berkenye) are home to significant ethnic German populations.
By mid-century if Paris climate accord targets are not met, US counties with larger black populations will face a staggering 72 very hot days a year on average – compared with 36 days in counties with smaller African American populations, according to the UCS.
The Forbes article on Saturday also noted that “some researchers call into question” whether koalas were functionally extinct, “noting how difficult it is to measure total koala populations and that populations could be a much larger than estimated by the A.K.F.”
“It’s quite clear that they have a corporate responsibility to step up to the plate and make sure that populations, particularly vulnerable populations, get accurate information that’s going to keep children alive,” UN children’s agency’s regional representative, Sheldon Yett, told AFP.
“Securing large quantities of vaccines in this way amounts to countries placing widespread vaccination of their own populations ahead of the vaccination of healthcare workers and high-risk populations in poorer countries,” said co-author Mark Jit, from the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine.
The major urban centres inhabited by Arabs include cities and towns with both Arab and Jewish populations—such as Jerusalem, Haifa, ʿAkko, Lod, Ramla, and Yafo—and towns with predominantly Arab populations, including Nazareth in Galilee, where a mainly Jewish suburb is nearly equal in population to the Arab city.
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The major urban centres inhabited by Arabs include cities and towns with both Arab and Jewish populations—such as Jerusalem Haifa ʿAkko Lod Ramla and Yafo—and towns with predominantly Arab populations including Nazareth in Galilee where a mainly Jewish suburb is nearly equal in population to the Arab city