abiotic stress

стресс, вызванный абиотическими факторами

Англо-русский словарь по экологии. 2011.

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  • Abiotic stress — is defined as the negative impact of non living factors on the living organisms in a specific environment. [cite web|url=http://www.biology online.org/dictionary/Abiotic stress|title=Abiotic Stress|publisher=Biology Online|accessdate=2008 05 04]… …   Wikipedia

  • abiotic stress — /eɪbaɪɒtɪk ˈstrɛs/ (say aybuyotik stres) noun the negative impact on living organisms caused by non living factors in their environment, such as the soil, the climate, etc. Compare biotic stress …   Australian English dictionary

  • stress — Non optimal conditions for growth. Stresses may be imposed by biotic (pathogens, pests) or abiotic (environment, such as heat, drought etc.) factors …   Glossary of Biotechnology

  • Natural Stress — Abiotic stress is stress produced by natural factors such as extreme temperatures, wind, drought, and salinity. Man doesn’t have much control over abiotic stresses. It is very important for humans to understand how stress factors affect plants… …   Wikipedia

  • Natural stress — Abiotic stress is stress produced by natural factors such as extreme temperatures, wind, drought, and salinity. Man doesn’t have much control over abiotic stresses. It is very important for humans to understand how stress factors affect plants… …   Wikipedia

  • biotic stress — /baɪɒtɪk ˈstrɛs/ (say buyotik stres) noun the negative impact on living organisms of other living organisms in their environment, such as bacteria, viruses, fungi, parasites, etc. Compare abiotic stress …   Australian English dictionary

  • Species distribution — A species range maps represents the geographical region where individuals of a species can be found. This is a range map of Juniperus communis, the common juniper. Species distribution is the manner in which a biological taxon is spatially… …   Wikipedia

  • Biogeochemical cycle — A commonly cited example is the water cycle. In ecology and Earth science, a biogeochemical cycle or substance turnover or cycling of substances is a pathway by which a chemical element or molecule moves through both biotic (biosphere) and… …   Wikipedia

  • Ecosystem ecology — Figure 1. A riparian forest in the White Mountains, New Hampshire (USA). Ecosystem ecology is the integrated study of biotic and abiotic components of ecosystems and their interactions within an ecosystem framework. This science examines how… …   Wikipedia

  • Theoretical ecology — Mathematical models developed in theoretical ecology predict complex food webs are less stable than simple webs.[1]:75–77[2]:64 …   Wikipedia

  • Ecological succession — Succession after disturbance: a boreal forest one (left) and two years (right) after a wildfire. Ecological succession, is the phenomenon or process by which a community progressively transforms itself until a stable community is formed. It is a… …   Wikipedia

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