- Here are entered works on the totality of the variety of living organisms, the genetic differences among them, and the communities and ecosystems in which they occur.
- Biological diversification
- Biotic diversity
- Diversification, Biological
- Diversity, Biological
- Ecological heterogeneity
- Numbers of species
Earlier Established Forms
- found: Work cat.: Technologies to maintain biological diversity, 1988: p. 3 (Biological diversity refers to the variety and variability among living organisms and the ecological complexes in which they occur. Includes ecosystem diversity, species diversity, genetic diversity)
- found: Oxford dict. of biol., 2003 (biodiversity (biological diversity): The existence of a wide variety of species (species diversity) or other taxa of plants, animals, and microorganisms in a natural community or habitat, or of communities within a particular environment (ecological diversity), or of genetic variation within a species (generic diversity))
- found: McGraw-Hill dict. of bioscience, 2003 (biodiversity)
- found: National forum on biodiversity, Sept. 21-24, 1986, Washington, D.C. (poster)
- found: Biol. & agr. index.: v. 40, p. 615 (biological diversity, biotic diversity, biological diversification)
- found: Njuguna, S.C. The convention on biological diversity, in Botanical diversity in Southern Africa, 1994: p. 311 (biological diversity ... is the totality of the variety of living organisms the genetic differences among them, and the communities and ecosystems in which they occur)
- found: Biocomplexity thesaurus website, Mar. 19, 2005 (RT: Biodiversity)
Here are entered works on the totality of the variety of living organisms, the genetic differences among them, and the communities and ecosystems in which they occur.
- 2006-03-23: new
- 2007-07-25: revised
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