autochthonic


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Pazemio ozono poveikis Lietuvos misku pagrindiniu autochtoniniu augalu morfologijai [The effect of troposphere ozone on the morphology of the main autochthonic forest plants in Lithuania].
Faulkner, however, exposes the tremulous nature of Ike's autochthonic construction, even as it is constructed.
9) Similarly, debates around the genesis of the Reform movement in the United States have long pitted those who argue for autochthonic origins against proponents of German influences.