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Under street lighting dispersal occurred significantly later and the fry were smaller. Notable disruption to the diel pattern of fry dispersal was observed. Survival in the aquarium conditions was not lower under street lighting.
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More often than not, however, successful weed control requires the combination or sequential use of. Contrary to ecological studies, both genic and genotypic analyses reveal weak genetic structure of populations, where high levels of dispersal may be inferred up to km.
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Ballard (deceased), David J. Elsworth, Icíar Oquiñena, Jean. However, between the control ( lux) and the treatment artificial night light intensities, there was an increase in dispersal day for the central section of the distribution and the differences in mean dispersal day were statistically significant relative to the variation.
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Sign up today. UW Mailbox Consequently, urban dispersal appears in tension between control and spontaneous occurrence; the question that is inevitably posited is if this spread is a tactic to build territory by controlling.The discussion in the previous chapters has shown how water is deeply embedded in the practice of everyday urban life, and how the uneven power over its control and the oppression caused by its absence result in it being highly contested terrain.
A wide spectrum of social conflicts and struggles consequently unfold over the appropriation of and access to ‘metabolized’ urban water.