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Çöl, R., Keskin, E. and Atalay, B. (2005): Effect of pentoxifylline on endotoxin-induced haemostatic disturbances in rabbits. Acta Vet. Hung. 53 , 325–335. Atalay B. Effect of

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Haddad, N.M., M. Holyoak, T.M. Mata, K.F. Davies, B.A. Melbourne and K. Preston. 2008. Species traits predict the effects of disturbance and productivity on diversity. Ecol. Lett. 11: 348–356. Preston K

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Authors: Kitti Barta, Zoltán Szabó, Csaba Kun, Csaba Munkácsy, Tünde Magyar, Orsolya Bene, László Csiba, and István Lőrincz

Suganuma, N., Shigedo, Y., Adachi, H. és mtsai: Association of gastroesophageal reflux disease with weight gain and apnea, and their disturbance on sleep. Psychiatry. Clin. Neurosci., 2001, 55 , 255

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. 30 83 101 Turner, M.G., R.H. Gardner, V.H. Dale and R.V. O'Neill. 1989. Predicting the spread of disturbance across heterogeneous landscapes. Oikos

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–II 1945 Hobbs, R. J. and Huenneke, L. F. (1992): Disturbance, diversity, and invasion: implications for conservation. — Conserv. Biol. 6 (3): 324

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. Piussi and F. H. Schweingruber. 1996: Spatiotemporal growth dynamics and disturbances in a subalpine spruce forest in the Alps: a dendroecological reconstruction. Can. J. For. Res. 26 : 991-1001. Spatiotemporal growth dynamics

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–141. Bongers, T. 1990. The maturity index: an ecological measure of environmental disturbance based on nematode species composition. Oecologia 83: 14–19. Bongers T. The maturity index: an

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, J.E. (1994): Adolescent body mass index and infertility caused by ovulatory disorder. Am. J. Obstet. Gynecol, 171: 171-177. Rogers, J., Mitchell, G. W. (1952): The relation of obesity to menstrual disturbances. N. Engl

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. On the one hand, this is a direct consequence of the fact that the parameter set in this study was chosen to represent anthropogenic effects. Higher concentrations mean higher disturbance. On the other hand, this means that the quality of unpolluted

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study was chosen to represent anthropogenic effects. Higher concentrations mean higher disturbance. On the other hand, this means that the quality of unpolluted water is much more predictable based on background properties than that of a highly polluted

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