Definition of Extirpative. Meaning of Extirpative. Synonyms of Extirpative

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Definition of Extirpative

Extirpative
Extirpative Ex"tir*pa*tive, a. Capable of rooting out, or tending to root out. --Cheyne.

Meaning of Extirpative from wikipedia

- Local extinction, also known as extirpation, is the condition of a species (or other taxon) that ceases to exist in a chosen geographic area of study...
- Surgical extirpation is a type of occasionally invasive surgical procedure in which an organ or tissue is completely removed or eradicated. Extirpation is used...
- Extirpator of Idolatries (Spanish: Extirpador de idolatrías) is a Peruvian feature film written and directed by Manuel Siles, completed in 2014 and released...
- woolly adelgid (Adelges tsugae), an introduced insect, that is rapidly extirpating it as a forest tree. Less abundant, and restricted to the southern Appalachians...
- endangered species, —190 threatened species, —235 special concern, and 22 extirpated (no longer found in the wild). About 65 percent of Canada’s resident species...
- This is a list of the mammal species recorded in Malaysia. There are 313 mammal species in Malaysia, of which six are critically endangered, seventeen...
- as "least concern", po****tions of Eurasian lynx have been reduced or extirpated from much of Europe, where it is now being reintroduced. During the summer...
- refused and resisted, as they often did, he felt he had no choice but to "extirpate" them and that the expeditions he sent to destroy Indian towns were therefore...
- This is a list of the mammal species recorded in Taiwan. There are 122 mammal species in Taiwan, of which five are endangered, eight are vulnerable and...
- ****emblages with ostrich eggs****: Implications for palaeoecology and extirpation". Journal of Archaeological Science. 36 (9): 1982–1989. doi:10.1016/j...