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Wilson studied 282 confirmed and candidate Kepler planets, using spectroscopic measurements from the Sloan Digital Sky Survey to reveal each star's iron abundance, a proxy for its total metallicity.
Caption: Relative gut bacteria abundance, by phylum
Abundance means living your ideal life, one that is personally, professionally and financially fulfilling.
Tenders are invited for Cormorant abundance of regulatory measures for the implementation of the five colonies performance
temperature and relative humidity) and changes in vegetation can be useful in predicting tick abundance (Cumming, 2002; Gilbert, 2010).
Measuring the abundance of a species is a very important initial step in investigating the ecology of populations and communities (Begon et al.
We recovered 334 eyeworms from 28 of 29 adult bobwhites (97%); infections ranged from 1 to 40 worms and mean [+ or -] SD abundance of 11.
8 SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA BIGHT AERIAL SURVEY TO ASSESS PACIFIC SARDINE DISTRIBUTION AND ABUNDANCE
Deep genomic sequencing was used to quantify the abundance of clonal mutations in breast core biopsies, evaluate changes in these mutations following brief exposure to a targeted therapy and assess the corresponding change in abundance of these mutations after exposure.
Further, SPR allows for the simultaneous estimation of survival, abundance, recruitment and harvest mortality whereas traditional reconstruction techniques estimate only total abundance.
tenuifolia and Alnus rhombifollia) have increased dramatically in abundance over the last 50 years.