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Hardiness

Hardiness

a health-enhancing behaviour trait believed to increase one's resistance to illness, characterised by a high level of personal control, commitment, and action in responding to events of daily life.

Origin: M.E., fr. O.Fr. Hardi, fr. Germanic


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some bio multiple choice questions

... of some biennial plants to be exposed to winter’s cold temperatures before they flower the next spring. d. refers to the induction of cold hardiness of buds. e. Both b and c Answers key says E. but doesn't vernalization only have to do with flowering? If so shouldn't it then just be C? ...

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Fri Feb 10, 2012 8:00 am
 
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The Cape Verde Giant Skink: Macroscincus coctei

... skink which is a Semi-Arboreal carnivore, has a SENI value of .11. That Macroscincus coctei lasted as long as it did is a testiment to the hardiness of this lizard. References: Carranza S, Parallel gigantism and complex colonization Arnold EN, patterns in the Cape Verde scincid lizards: ...

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Sat Aug 26, 2006 1:18 pm
 
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Macroscinus coctei

... skink which is a Semi-Arboreal carnivore, has a SENI value of .11. That Macroscincus coctei lasted as long as it did is a testiment to the hardiness of this lizard. References: Carranza S, Parallel gigantism and complex colonization Arnold EN, patterns in the Cape Verde scincid lizards: ...

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by Brian - LCRC
Fri Aug 25, 2006 8:25 pm
 
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Topic: Macroscinus coctei
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