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 Translation for 'life history' from English to Russian
NOUN   a life history | life histories
SYNO biography | career | life | ...
биол.
жизненный цикл {м}
life history
Partial Matches
ист.
мировая история {ж}
universal history
ист.
мировая история {ж}
world history
занятиеобраз.
историк {м} [разг.] [учитель истории]
history teacher
краеведение {м}local history
история {ж}history <hist.>
печ.
история {ж} СМИ
media history
природоведческий музей {м}museum of natural history
жизнь {ж}life
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тех.
срок {м} службы
service life
страхов.
страхование {с} жизни
life insurance
общественная жизнь {ж}social life
морс.пож.
спасательный круг {м}
life belt
светская жизнь {ж}social life
иск.
натюрморт {м}
still life
морс.
спасательный круг {м}
life ring
биол.
половая жизнь {ж}
sexual life
продолжительность {ж} жизниlife expectancy
в повседневной жизни {adv}in everyday life
право
пожизненное лишение {с} свободы
imprisonment for life
спутник {м} жизниpartner in life
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Usage Examples English
  • Graves argues that not only is "r"/"K" selection theory considered to be virtually useless when applied to human life history evolution, but Rushton does not apply the theory correctly, and displays a lack of understanding of evolutionary theory in general.
  • The largest themed mall in Dubai, UAE, the Ibn Battuta Mall is named for him and features both areas designed to recreate the exotic lands he visited on his travels and statuary tableaus depicting scenes from his life history.
  • Mating strategies overlap with reproductive strategies, which encompass a broader set of behaviors involving the timing of reproduction and the trade-off between quantity and quality of offspring (see life history theory).
  • Very little is known about the life history of beaked whales.
  • March made several spoken word recordings, including a version of Oscar Wilde's "The Selfish Giant" issued in 1945 in which he narrated and played the title role, and "The Sounds of History", a twelve volume LP set accompanying the twelve volume set of books "The Life History of the United States", published by Time-Life.

  • A recent study discovered new connections between migration and the ecology, life history of raptors.
  • His extensive and careful studies of the life history of fungi and contribution to the understanding of algae and higher plants were landmarks of biology.
  • This could happen because the presence of selfish genetic elements can result in changes in morphology and/or life history, but ways by which the co-evolution between selfish genetic elements and their suppressors can cause reproductive isolation through so-called Bateson-Dobzhansky-Muller incompatibilities has received particular attention.
  • He concluded that population was regulated primarily by density-dependent controls, and also suggested that natural selection produces life-history traits that maximize the fitness of individuals.
  • Cephalopods are a diverse group of species, but share common life history traits, for example, they have a rapid growth rate and short life spans.

  • Fig wasp ovipositors have specialized serrated teeth to penetrate fruits, but gall wasps have either uniform teeth or no teeth on their ovipositors, meaning the morphology of the organ is related to the life history.
  • In his later re-formulations of the concept of repression in his 1915 paper 'Repression' ("Standard Edition" XIV) Freud introduced the distinction in the unconscious between primary repression linked to the universal taboo on incest ('innately present originally') and repression ('after expulsion') that was a product of an individual's life history ('acquired in the course of the ego's development') in which something that was at one point conscious is rejected or eliminated from consciousness.
  • During the early 1990s, S. Christopher Bennett also published several major papers reviewing the anatomy, taxonomy and life history of "Pteranodon".
  • With her major characteristics having been well developed by the end of the Talmudic period, after six centuries had elapsed between the Aramaic incantation texts that mention Lilith and the early Spanish Kabbalistic writings in the 13th century, she reappears, and her life history becomes known in greater mythological detail.
  • In December 2018 a monthly lifestyle publication Town & County Magazine was launched, with coverage of local life, history, and culture, and celebrity interviews, across Lewes district as well as Alfriston & Ditchling.

  • In ecology, species are sometimes referred to as [...] -strategist or [...] -strategist depending upon the selective processes that have shaped their life history strategies.
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