Definition of Biocenose

1. [n -S]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Biocenose

bioblasts
bioburden
bioburdens
biobutanol
biocalorimetry
biocapsule
biocapsules
biocatalysis
biocatalyst
biocatalysts
biocatalytic
biocatalyzator
biocatalyzators
biocellate
biocenology
biocenose (current term)
biocenoses
biocenosis
biocentre
biocentres
biocentric
biocentrism
bioceramic
bioceramics
bioch
biochar
biochars
biochem
biochemic
biochemical

Literary usage of Biocenose

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1. Environmental Indicators for Agriculture by Oecd (1999)
"An ecosystem includes both living (biocenose) and non-living elements ... Hence. habitat. as a small part of an ecosystem. includes both biocenose and ..."

2. Proceedings by Entomological Society of Washington (1914)
"There thus exists a biocenose or complex and the boll weevil at the for instance which may occupy ..."

3. A History of Russian Forestry and Its Leaders by Viktor Konstantinovich Tepli︠a︡kov (1998)
"In other words, using the terminology of the zoo-geographers (Mobius), the forest should be viewed as a biocenose, ie, as a complex community of diverse ..."

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