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1. Of or pertaining to a shore, as of the sea.

2. (Science: biology) Inhabiting the seashore, especially. The zone between high-water and low-water mark.

Origin: L. Littoralis, litoralis, from littus, litus, the seashore: cf. F. Littoral.

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Does someonehas an idea which part of the lake where lioght does not penetrate is called: littoral zone, benthic division, pelagic divisiion, profundal zone,limnetic zone?????????? im between two of them the benthic division and the profundal zone...

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... producers d. support many semiaquatic species e. support a variety of animal life 6. In which intertidal region is diversity the greatest? a. midlittoral zone b. none of these c. lower littoral zone d. upper littoral zone 7. What is a major disadvantage of imprinting when compared with more flexible ...

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by Archer
Mon Aug 01, 2005 1:16 am
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