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- of river ecosystem organisms. Energy sources can be autochthonous or allochthonous. Autochthonous (from the Latin "auto" = "self) energy sources are those...
- Alexandria, Egypt: Erosion, Deformation of Strata and Introduction of Allochthonous Material" Haugen, K; Lovholt, F; Harbitz, C (2005). "Fundamental mechanisms...
- Cretaceous and later. The former margins of the ocean, however, contain allochthonous terranes with preserved Tri****ic–Jur****ic intra-Panthal****ic volcanic...
- 1989 Co-organizer of the Royal Society of London Discussion Meeting on Allochthonous Terranes, 8–9 November 1989, London. 1990 Co-organizer of the Eduard-SUESS-Symposium...
- autochthonous and allochthonous. Autochthonous, comes from within the ecosystem. Includes aquatic plants, algae and phytoplankton. Allochthonous, comes from...
- behaviour or nutritional stress.: 84  Play media Hippo defecation creates allochthonous deposits of organic matter along the river beds. These deposits have...
- two that have greater consensus. The first of these theories cites an allochthonous origin of the Patagonian landm**** from Gondwana during the Paleozoic...
- Víctor Ramos has proposed that the Patagonian landm**** originated as an allochthonous terrane that separated from Antarctica and docked in South America 250...
- into the Seine. The resulting oxygen deficit is prin****lly caused by allochthonous bacteria larger than one micrometre in size. The specific activity of...
- flora. - Bacteria and microorganisms native to the host environment. Allochthonous flora. - Temporary microorganisms non-native to the host environment...