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by Lößlein, Horst
Published 2019
Modern Academic Publishing
... of the relations between the ruler and the circle of nobles around him. A ruler’s power therefore depended on his...

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by Mather, Kenneth, Jinks, John L.
Published 1982
Springer US
.... It depends for its success on the ability to assign the individuals to classes whose clear phenotypic...

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by Ewens, W.J.
Published 1968
Springer Netherlands
..., depending as it must on a large number of simplifying assump­ tions, should be accepted unreservedly...

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Published 1984
Springer US
...: What research methodology should be employed? What sort of dependable facts are available as a firm...

25
by Roff, Derek A.
Published 1997
Springer US
... depends. The present book is, thus, a natural extension of the first. I have approached the problem...

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by Wilkens, Horst, Strecker, Ulrike
Published 2017
Springer Berlin Heidelberg
... darkness, where, for example in Astyanax, all traits depending on the exposure to light, like eyes...

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by Favareau, Donald
Published 2009
Springer Netherlands
... and development of sign-dependent life processes, contemporary biosemiotic theory offers important new conceptual...

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by Antonelli, P.L., Zastawniak, T.J.
Published 1999
Springer Netherlands
... be allowed to depend on the position itself, according to the invariant form of the diffusion introduced...

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Published 1980
Springer US