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- In structural geology, an allochthon, or an allochthonous block, is a large block of rock which has been moved from its original site of formation, usually...
- the sea, tends to spread laterally away and such salt is said to be "allochthonous". Salt glaciers are formed on land where this happens in an arid environment...
- It can be described as rooted to its ba****t rock as opposed to an allochthonous block or nappe which has been relocated from its site of formation....
- flora. - Bacteria and microorganisms native to the host environment. Allochthonous flora. - Temporary microorganisms non-native to the host environment...
- the local, European origin of Etruscans and others supportive of an allochthonous origin. In general, the direct testing of ancient Etruscan DNA has supported...
- Immigration to Brazil is the movement to Brazil of foreign peoples to reside permanently. It should not be confused with the colonisation of the country...
- algae, while DOC originating external to the body of water is known as allochthonous DOC and typically comes from soils or terrestrial plants. When water...
- Víctor Ramos has proposed that the Patagonian landm**** originated as an allochthonous terrane that separated from Antarctica and docked in South America 250...
- vertebrates mentioned above. Energy sources can be autochthonous or allochthonous. Autochthonous (from the Latin "auto" = "self) energy sources are those...
- behaviour or nutritional stress. Play media Hippo defecation creates allochthonous deposits of organic matter along the river beds. These deposits have...
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