Definition of Dispersal. Meaning of Dispersal. Synonyms of Dispersal

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Definition of Dispersal

Dispersal
Dispersal Dis*per"sal, n. The act or result of dispersing or scattering; dispersion. --Darwin.

Meaning of Dispersal from wikipedia

- Look up dispersal in Wiktionary, the free dictionary. Dispersal may refer to: Biological dispersal, the movement of organisms from their birth site to...
- dispersal is the movement, spread or transport of seeds away from the parent plant. Plants have limited mobility and rely upon a variety of dispersal...
- breeding site ('natal dispersal'), as well as the movement from one breeding site to another ('breeding dispersal'). Dispersal is also used to describe...
- the context of the recent African origin of modern humans, the Southern Dispersal scenario (also the coastal migration or great coastal migration) refers...
- commonly divided into two distinctive temporal categories, pre-dispersal and post-dispersal predation, which affect the fitness of the parental plant and...
- The 2024 UFL dispersal draft was the player selection process to fill the rosters of the eight teams for the 2024 UFL season and dis**** the rosters...
- A dispersal vector is an agent of biological dispersal that moves a dispersal unit, or organism, away from its birth po****tion to another location or...
- Seed dispersal syndromes are morphological characters of seeds correlated to particular seed dispersal agents. Dispersal is the event by which individuals...
- Dispersal is a military practice of dispersing or spreading out potentially vulnerable military ****ets, such as soldiers, aircraft, ships, tanks, weapons...
- Hominid dispersals in Europe refers to the colonisation of the European continent by various species of hominid, including hominins and archaic and modern...