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. Biometry: the Principles and Practice of Statistics in Biological Research. Sugihara, G. 1980. Minimal community structure: an explanation of species abundance patterns. Am. Nat

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_our_homelands_new_beggars_in_the_streets_of_Oslo (accessed April 2, 2017). Fosztó , László 2009 Ritual Revitalisation after Socialism. Community, Personhood, and Conversion among Roma in a Transylvanian Village . Halle Studies in the Anthropology of Eurasia, Volume 21 . Münster : LIT Verlang

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Bacaro, G. and C. Ricotta. 2007. A spatially explicit measure of beta diversity. Community Ecol. 8: 41–46. Ricotta C. A spatially explicit

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681 Batzer, D.P. and S.A. Wissinger. 1996. Ecology of insect communities in nontidal wetlands. Annu. Rev. Entomol. 41: 75–100. Wissinger S

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. Breitburg , D.L. 1985 . Development of a subtidal epibenthic community: factors affecting species composition and the mechanisms of succession . Oecologia 65 : 173 – 184

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Brown, J.H., Fox, B.J. and Kelt, D.A. 2000. Assembly rules: desert rodent communities are structured at scales from local to continental. Am. Nat. 156: 314-321. Assembly rules: desert rodent communities are structured at

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Borhidi, A. and A. Sánta (eds.). 1999. Vörös könyv Magyarország növénytársulásairól I. (Red book of the plant communities of Hungary I.) TermészetBúVáR Alapitvány Kiadó, Budapest. In Hungarian. Vörös könyv

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. Patterns of species abundance and diversity. In: M. L. Cody and J. M. Diamond (eds.), Ecology and Evolution of Communities. Harvard University Press, Cambridge, MA. pp. 81-120. Patterns of species abundance and

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and bacterial community dynamics in a coastal marine environment. Microb Ecol 49 , 163 – 175 ( 2005 ). Doi: 10.1007/s00248-003-1057–0. 11. Van der Gucht , K

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Across the world, the Internet has become an important means of developing and shaping science and innovation. The Internet can further be considered as the primary medium of social interaction within innovation communities. This aspect of the

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