Bergmann's rule

Bergmann's rule
Bergmann's rule.
(Источник: «Англо-русский толковый словарь генетических терминов». Арефьев В.А., Лисовенко Л.А., Москва: Изд-во ВНИРО, 1995 г.)


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  • Bergmann's Rule — In zoology, Bergmann s rule is an ecogeographic rule that correlates latitude with body mass in animals.Tim M. Blackburn; Kevin J. Gaston; Natasha Loder (1999) Geographic Gradients in Body Size: A Clarification of Bergmann s Rule Diversity and… …   Wikipedia

  • Bergmann's rule — /ˈbɜgmənz rul/ (say bergmuhnz roohl) noun the rule which states that within a warm blooded species, body size increases with higher latitude and colder climate. {posited in 1847 by Christian Bergmann, 1814–65, German biologist} …   Australian English dictionary

  • Bergmann's Rule — ▪ zoology       in zoology, principle correlating external temperature and the ratio of body surface to weight in warm blooded animals. Birds and mammals in cold regions have been observed to be bulkier than individuals of the same species in… …   Universalium

  • bergmann's rule — ˈbərgmənz, ˈberg noun Usage: usually capitalized B Etymology: after Karl Bergmann died 1865 German biologist : a statement of the principle that within a polytypic wide ranging species of warm blooded animals the average body size of members of… …   Useful english dictionary

  • Bergmann's rule — The principal that the average body size is geographically variable in that the animals are larger in the cooler climates of the range of a species …   Dictionary of invertebrate zoology

  • Bergmann — is a surname which is German, Swedish, in origin, respectively. It means mountain man as well as miner in both languages. Bergman is a common surname in the Netherlands. People *Art Bergmann, Canadian rock singer songwriter *Carl G. L. Ch.… …   Wikipedia

  • Bergmann'srule — Berg·mann s rule (bûrgʹmənz) n. The principle holding that in a warm blooded, polytypic, wide ranging animal species, the body size of the members of each geographic group varies with the average environmental temperature. According to this… …   Universalium

  • Bergmann rule — for geographically dispersed races of warm blooded species of animals, body size is smaller in warmer parts of the species range than in colder parts of the range …   Medical dictionary

  • Christian Bergmann — Born May 18, 1814(1814 05 18) Died April 30, 1865(1865 04 30) (aged 50) Geneva …   Wikipedia

  • Allen's rule — is a biological rule posited by Joel Asaph Allen in 1877. It states that endotherms from colder climates usually have shorter limbs (or appendages) than the equivalent animals from warmer climates. Theory The theory behind Allen s Rule is that… …   Wikipedia

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