Translation of phenology in Spanish:


fenología, n.

Pronunciation /fɪˈnɒlədʒi//fəˈnɑlədʒi/


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    fenología feminine
    • As a result of this delayed phenology, the natural climatic conditions the plants experienced may have selected for early flowering regardless of competition treatment.
    • Flowering phenology is mainly under genetic control, implying that a detailed study of flowering phenology must consider plants at the individual level.
    • Other investigations suggest a fundamental role for plant phenology in the population dynamics of oak herbivores.
    • The ecology of Typha is well-known, with several studies on phenology, production rate, competitive superiority and gas transportation into the below-ground biomass.
    • Many oak traits may act as selective mechanisms, including tree age, seasonal phenology, and chemical and structural defenses.