Экология, экологическая безопасность и борьба за первозданность природы.

Экология. Особи, популяции и сообщества Часть 3

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18.3.2, 18.4.2
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to North Sea herring and Gulf of St. Lawrence cod, International Council for
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12.3.1, 20.2.4
Janzen D. H. A970). Herbivores and the number of tree species in tropical
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Janzen D. H. A973). Host plants as islands. II. Competition in evolutionary and
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Johnson C, G. A969). Migration and Dispersal of Insects by Flight, Methuen,
5.4.1, 5.4.4
Johnson N. K. A975). Controls of number of bird species on montane islands
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Johnston D. W., Odutn E. P. A956). Breeding bird populations in relation to
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16.4.5, 22.4.4
Jones M. G. A933). Grassland management and its influence on the sward,
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Juhren M., Went F. W., Phillips E. A956). Ecology of desert plants. IV. Combi-
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Kaplan R. H., Salthe S. N. A979). The allometry of reproduction: an empirical
view in salamanders, American Naturalist, 113, 671—689.
14.14.2, 14.14.4
Karban R., Ricklefs R. E. A983). Host characteristics, sampling intensity and
species richness of Lepidopterian larvae on broad-leaved trees in southern
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Karplus I., Tsurnamal M., Szlep M. A972). Associative behaviour of the fish
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Karr J. R. A971). Structure of avian communities in selected Panama and
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Kays S., Harper J. L. A974). The regulation of plant and tiller density in a
grass sward, Journal of Ecology, 62, 97—105.
4.2.1, 6.5
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Keddy P. A. A982). Population ecology on an environmental gradient: Cakile
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Keith L. B. A983). Role of food in hare population cycles, Oikos, 40, 385—
10.2.3, 10.4.1
Kendrick W. В., Burges A. A962). Biological aspects of the decay of Pinus
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4.3, 5.2
Kigel J. A980). Analysis of regrowth patterns and carbohydrate levels in
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Kikkawa J., Williams W. T. A971). Altitudinal distribution of land birds in New
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Kingston T. J. A977). Natural manuring by elephants in the Tsavo National
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Kingston T. J., Сое M. J. A977). The biology of a giant dung-beetle (Heliocopris
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Kira Т., Ogawa H., Shinozaki K- A953). Intraspecific competition among higher
plants. I. Competition-density-yield inter-relationships in regulary dispersed
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