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Bu geyik türlerinin yakalanması o kadar zor ki yabanda şu ana kadar sadece iki tanesinin resmi çekildi. - This species of deer is so elusive that only two have ever been photographed in the wild.

Sinekkuşlarının 340 türü vardır. - There are 340 species of hummingbirds.

canlı türü
{i} çeşit

Lahana, karnabahar, brokoli ve brüksellahanası aynı türün çeşitleridir. - Cabbage, cauliflower, broccoli, and Brussels sprouts are all cultivars of the same species.

(Latin) ferden tayin olunan mal
cins
görünüş the species insan
türler

O, yaşayan türlerin en güçlüsü değil, en zekisi değil fakat değişmek için en duyarlı olanıdır. - It is not the strongest of the species that survive, not the most intelligent, but the one most responsive to change.

Bu geyik türlerinin yakalanması o kadar zor ki yabanda şu ana kadar sadece iki tanesinin resmi çekildi. - This species of deer is so elusive that only two have ever been photographed in the wild.

{i} (çoğ. spe.cies) biyol. tür
şekil
dış görünüm
hayal
{i} ortak özellikleri olan grup
ve çoğ
{i} aşai rabbani ayinindeki ekmek ve şarap
nevi
species group
(Denizbilim) türler grubu
species extinction
türlerin yok olma
species level
sınıf seviyesi
species aggregate
(Denizbilim) türler yığını
species assemblage
(Denizbilim) türler asemblajı
species being
(Felsefe) türsel varlık
species richness
(Denizbilim) tür zenginliği
species specificity
türlerin özgüllüğü
animal species
(Hayvan Bilim, Zooloji) hayvan türleri
bird species
(Hayvan Bilim, Zooloji) kuş türleri
endangered species
tehlikedeki türler
gold species
(Ticaret) altın sikke
indicator species
(Çevre) indikatör türler
insect species
(Hayvan Bilim, Zooloji) böcek türleri
marine species
(Denizbilim) deniz canlıları
origin of species
türlerin kökeni
reactive oxygen species
(Tıp) reaktif oksijen türleri
sibling species
(Denizbilim) gizli türler
dominant species
baskın tür
dominant species
başat tür
the origin of species
türlerin kökeni
containing only one known species
bilinen tek türü içeren
different in kind or species; diverse
tür veya türlerin farklı; farklı
endangered species
Tehlike aldındaki (soyu tükenmekte olan) türler
extinction of species
türlerin yok olma
genus and species
cins ve türler
gold species standard
altın sikke standardı
infima species
infima türler
keystone species
kilit taşı türleri
one species
bir tür
several species are described
çeşitli türleri açıklanmıştır
sub-species
alt türler
there are many species
birçok türü bulunmaktadır
there are numerous species
çok sayıda türü bulunmaktadır
tree species
ağaç türlerinin
aberrant species
(Denizbilim) aberant tür
associated species
(Denizbilim) ilişkili türler
characteristic species
(Denizbilim) indikatör tür
cosmopolitan species
bir organizmanın dünya genelinde olan dağılımı
dependent species
(Denizbilim) bağımlı tür
extinct species
(Jeoloji) nesli tükenmiş tür
fugitive species
(Denizbilim) göçmen tür
highly migratory species
(Denizbilim) uzak göçmen balıklar
index species
indeks tür
indicator species
indeks türler
latent species
(Denizbilim) gizli tür
ornamental species
(Denizbilim) süslü tür
our species
insan soyu
our species
insanlık
plant species
(Avrupa Birliği) bitki türü
settled species
(Denizbilim) yerleşik tür
the species
insan soyu
the species
insanlık
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a group of interbreeding organisms that can produce offspring with the capacity for viable reproduction
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species name
A scientific name at the rank of species, with two terms: a generic name and a specific name
Species Ecology
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species of grain
types of cereals
aggregate species
A named species that represents a range of very closely related organisms; examples include Limonium binervosum and Aspergillus niger
chemical species
An ensemble of chemically identical molecular entities that can explore the same set of molecular energy levels on the time scale of the experiment
cloud species
Sub grouping of standard cloud classification system, coming after the major cloud genera
endangered species
A species which is in danger of becoming extinct

The federal government has added five new birds to the endangered species list.

invasive species
: Any species that has been introduced to an environment where it is not native, and that has since become a nuisance through rapid spread and increase in numbers, often to the detriment of native species
keystone species
A species that exerts a large, stabilizing influence throughout an ecological community, despite its relatively small numerical abundance
native species
a species that normally lives and thrives in a particular ecosystem. This can include any species that developed with the surrounding habitat, and can be assisted by or affected by a new species
native species
Plural of native species
ring species
A biological species consisting of overlapping subgroups, each of which can interbreed with the next, but which cannot freely interbreed when taken as a whole

Ring species demonstrate that can interbreed with is not transitive.

threatened species
Any species of organism that is vulnerable to extinction in the near future
type species
A species which has been designated as typical of a genus, and is chosen as the species according to which the genus is named

The type species is E. lucius, the northern pike. The species of this genus are known as the pike. (Wikipedia article on Esox).

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revolutionary book on evolution by natural selection (written by Charles Darwin)
bacteria species
a species of bacteria
candidate species
A species of plants or animals classified as a candidate for possible listing as endangered or threatened by a government agency
endangered species
Under the Endangered Species Act animals, birds, fish, plants, or other living organisms whose existence is determined to be in danger throughout all or a significant portion of its range because its habitat is threatened with destruction, drastic modification, or severe curtailment, or because of overexploitation, disease, predation, or other factors
endangered species
Any species which is in danger of extinction throughout all or a significant portion of its range
endangered species
Any species which is in danger of extinction throughout all or a significant portion of its range other than a species of the Class Insecta determined by the Secretary [of the Interior, Commerce, or Agriculture] to constitute a pest whose protection under the provisions of this Act would present an overwhelming and overriding risk to man
endangered species
a species threatened with extinction The Florida panther and the California condor are endangered species
endangered species
Any species defined through the Endangered Species Act as being in danger of extinction throughout all or a significant portion of its range and published in the Federal Register
endangered species
A plant or animal that is in danger of extinction throughout all or a significant portion of its range Endangered species are rarely identified by the Secretary of the Interior in accordance with the Endangered Species Act of 1973
endangered species
A species listed under the federal Endangered Species Act as being endangered with extinction throughout all or a significant part of its range These species are rare and have certain legal protection for individuals and their habitats See Threatened Species
endangered species
Endangered species are plants or animals in immediate danger of extinction While extinction may be a natural process, the rate of extinction has been dramatically accelerated by pollution, development and other industrial activities As a result, we are losing up to 100 species each day compared to the natural extinction rate of only one species every 100 years To find out more information about endangered species in Georgia, visit the webpage for the Georgia Natural Heritage Program
endangered species
Any species in danger of extinction throughout all or a significant portion of its range/habitat
endangered species
A species in immediate danger of becoming extinct (extinct is when no living member exists)
endangered species
a species whose numbers are so small that the species is at risk of extinction
endangered species
are the plant and animal species in danger of extinction
endangered species
species that are in danger of extinction, types of plants and animals that are at risk of dying out
endangered species
A plant or animal that is in danger of extinction throughout all or a significant portion of its range Endangered species are identified by the Secretary of the Interior in accordance with the Endangered Species Act of 1973
endangered species
- A species that is in imminent danger of extinction throughout all or a significant portion of its range
endangered species
A species that is in imminent danger of extinction
endangered species
a species or subspecies in danger of extinction throughout all or a significant portion of its range, as rated and listed by the USDI FWS
endangered species
A species which is threatened with extinction
endangered species
A species or subspecies whose survival is in danger of extinction throughout all or a significant portion of its range
endangered species
A species found in nature that has so few surviving individuals that the it could soon become extinct in all or most of its natural range Also see threatened species
endangered species
A species of animal or plant threatened with extinction
endangered species
Any species that has been classified by the U S Fish and Wildlife Service or a state wildlife agency as being in danger of extinction throughout all or a significant portion of its range A species is endangered when the total number of remaining members may not be sufficient to reproduce enough offspring to ensure survival of the species
endangered species
Species listed as nationally in danger of extinction throughout all or a significant portion of their ranges by current Federal Register Final Rule making by the Secretary of Interior as endangered in accordance with the 1973 Endangered Species Act and subsequent acts An animal that may become extinct because of loss or damage of habitat within the original range of the species
endangered species
Any species of fish, wildlife, or plants which have been designated as such by regulation by the Secretary of the Department of Natural Resources Designation occurs when the continued existence of these species as viable components of the State's resources is determined to be in jeopardy This includes any species determined to be an "endangered" species pursuant to the federal Endangered Species Act
endangered species
A species officially recognized by Federal and State agencies to be in immediate danger of extinction throughout all or a significant portion of its range
endangered species
species in danger of extinction throughout all or a significant part of its range
endangered species
Any species of plant or animal threatened with extinction. International and national agencies work to maintain lists of endangered species, to protect and preserve natural habitats, and to promote programs for recovery and reestablishment of these species. The Species Survival Commission of the International Union for Conservation of Nature and Natural Resources (IUCN) publishes information online about endangered species worldwide as the Red List of Threatened Species. Separate books for animal and plant species are also published. In the United States, the Fish and Wildlife Service is responsible for the conservation and management of fish and wildlife, including endangered species, and their habitats. Its list now consists of about 1,200 domestic species of endangered or threatened animals and plants, and some 200 recovery programs are in effect
endangered species
Under ESA, any species that is likely to become extinct within the foreseeable future throughout all or a significant portion of its range
extinct species
type of animal which no longer exists
extinction of species
Dying out or termination of a species. It occurs when a species can no longer reproduce at replacement levels. Most past extinctions are thought to have resulted from environmental changes that the doomed species was either unable to adapt to or that caused it to adapt so thoroughly that it became a distinctly new species. The effect of humans on the environment, through hunting, collecting, and habitat destruction, has become the principal factor in plant and animal extinctions
keystone species
A species that has a major influence on community structure
keystone species
n: Species that play roles affecting many other organisms in an ecosystem
keystone species
Species that have a key role in the ecosystem
keystone species
A species of animal on which associated animals depend for support (For example, starfish are keystone species off the coast of British Columbia They feed on clams which would otherwise eat all other sea animals in the region If starfish are removed, the clams flourish, and the marine animal population plunges )
keystone species
These are species whose activities are critical to the structure of the community in which they live
keystone species
– A plant or animal that plays a more significant role in the habitat than other species; they provide essential services that are unique Without the work of these key species, the habitat will change significantly
keystone species
A species whose niche (occupation) in its ecosystem is vital to the survival of many other species The disappearance of keystone species thus leads to a series of extinctions in an ecosystem
keystone species
a species that is disproportionately important in the maintenance and balance of its community integrity
keystone species
Species that interacts with a large number of other species in a community Because of the interactions, the removal of this species can cause widespread changes to community structure Compare with immigrant species, indicator species, and native species
native species
plants, animals, fungi, and micro-organisms that occur naturally in a given area or region
native species
A species that is a part of an area's original fauna or flora ADVANCE \x 540
native species
A species that occurs naturally in the region; endemic to the area
native species
With respect to a particular ecosystem, a species that, other than as a result of an introduction, historically occurred or currently occurs in that ecosystem
native species
A species of fish indigenous to Washington State
native species
– Species that are indigenous to a region: not introduced or exotic
native species
a species that occurs naturally in an area or habitat Also called indigenous species
native species
Species that have evolved in, or are indigenous to, a specific area
native species
Species native to a particular geographic area Because they are part of an ecosystem where everything is interdependent, these species are adapted to local foods, soil and weather conditions, and pests and diseases Native plants, for example, need less water, fertilizer, and pesticides than species not adapted to that particular location
native species
- Species that occur naturally in an area, and therefore one that has not been introduced by humans either accidentally or intentionally
native species
Any animal and plant species originally in the United States (USFS)
native species
Species which have lived in a particular region or area for an extended
native species
A species which is a part of the original fauna or flora of the area in question Natural barrier - Any area where lack of flammable material obstructs the spread of wildfires Natural soil - A soil having a pH value between 6 6 and 7 3 Nomex - Fire resistant synthetic material used in the manufacture of flight suits, pants and shirts used by firefighters Non-point source pollution - Pollution of diffuse origin not resulting from any discernible, confined or discrete conveyances or readily identifiable source Nutrients - Mineral elements such as nitrogen, phosphorus or potassium that are naturally present or may be added as fertilizer or a fire retardant
native species
Those plants and animal species indigenous to the plan area or assessment area (USFS 1999)
native species
Species that occur naturally in an area
native species
species that is within its known historical range, and there is no evidence of humans having artificially introduced it
native species
A species that is a part of an area's original fauna or flora
native species
Species that normally exists and reproduces in a specific region of the Earth Compare with immigrant species, indicator species, and keystone species
native species
A species that occurs naturally in an area (i e not introduced)
native species
a species which is a part of the original fauna or flora of the area in question
native species
Those plant and animal species indigenous to the planning or assessment area
preservation of the species
continuation of the human race or animal or plant species by reproduction
sibling species
Any of two or more related species that are morphologically nearly identical but are incapable of producing fertile hybrids
sub-species
A sub-species of a plant or animal is one of the types that a particular species is divided into. Several other sub-species of gull are found in the region
type species
(biology) the species that best exemplifies the essential characteristics of the genus to which it belongs
type species
A holotype
species

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    spişiz

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    /ˈspēsʜēz/ /ˈspiːʃiːz/

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    [ 'spE-shE, -sE ] (noun.) 1617. From Latin speciēs (“appearance; quality”), from speciō (“see”) + -iēs suffix signifying abstract noun.

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