|ADJ || autochthonous | more autochthonous | most autochthonous |
|SYNO ||autochthonal | autochthonic | autochthonous | ...|
ADJ positive | comparative | superlative
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- Vandicholai has few (if any) traditional/autochthonous inhabitants.
- The presence of an autochthonous horse breed in the Jura traces to the year 1619.
- Carbon sources from within the system, such as algae and the microbial breakdown of aquatic particulate organic carbon, are "autochthonous".
- The scrubland is formed mainly of autochthonous species, like gorse, broom, asparagus, spurge flax ("Thymelaea") or rockrose ("Cistaceae").
- Energy sources can be autochthonous or allochthonous.
- Kamwe also spelt Kamue) is a Chadic language autochthonous to Adamawa State, Borno State of Nigeria and North Western Cameroon.
- Slovenian breeds: Some autochthonous breeds are cross-border and have been developed in various countries, meaning they can be recognized as autochthonous in multiple countries.
- The rich biodiversity of dendroflora features black pines, chestnuts, downy oaks and other spontaneous autochthonous species typical of the reserve woods.
- Also on 26 November, Mexico reports its first three cases of Zika infection, two autochthonous and one travel related (from Columbia).
- Municipalities with significant presence of the autochthonous Slovene minority are as following.
- With regards to Papuan influence, autochthonous haplogroups support the hypothesis of a long history in Near Oceania, with some lineages suggesting a time depth of 60 thousand years.
- Another relevant game is the pigeon sport, with an autochthonous dove race being trained, the "gavatxut valencià".
- This [...] reserve was established in 1954 to preserve the last autochthonous population of Oryx gazella.
- The Croatian Coldblood ([...] , [...]) is an autochthonous medium-heavy horse breed of draught horse originating from Croatia.
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