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Sentence count:26Posted:2017-01-05Updated:2020-07-24
Similar words: cultureagricultureculturalagriculturalacculturationinoculatemonochromaticsculptureMeaning: n. the cultivation of a single crop (on a farm or area or country). 
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1. Avoid monoculture: growing large areas of the same crop which then becomes an easy target.
2. It creates a monoculture and that's always bad.
3. It's suitable for monoculture, and inter cropping.
4. Both demonstrate the dangers of the monoculture.
5. The trends of monoculture forests leads to biodiversity loss and ecosystem service decrease.
6. Monoculture forests reduce the range of habitats for birds and other wildlife and thereby reduce the environmental and economic benefits people derive from wildlife seed-dispersal.
7. There's a monoculture in biomedical research that revolves around mice testing, Engber explains.
8. But the trouble is they tend to be monoculture plantations.
9. It created a centralized financial monoculture, which requires a gigantic government to audit its activities.
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10. Monoculture practices can incorporate multiple cropping systems by using rotations, borders, and cover crops.
11. Known as a monoculture, a vast field of one species is risky because all the crops are vulnerable to the same diseases and conditions, setting up disasters like the 1840s Irish Potato Famine.
12. If you concentrate on grain monoculture, you are looking for trouble.
13. Yes, if we get rid of pine monoculture (usually thought "good") we also get rid of the last habitat the red squirrel survives in ("bad").
14. All over the world, the spread of the globalized monoculture is forcefully eradicating ecosocial forms of culture that evolved in place.
15. Heavy use of fertilisers and high stocking rates had maintained a tight-cropped monoculture of little interest to wildlife.
16. Hares that can not avoid areas with huge fields under monoculture compensate by establishing very large home ranges.
17. A further factor complicating the story is the trend towards monoculture of timber trees such as spruce.
18. This scenario requires urgent consideration because European companies – some with foreign aid money support – are rapidly establishing enormous carbon monoculture fields in tropical countries.
19. Results showed that: (1) The intercropping significantly reduced potential and actual transpiration of wheat by 18.0% and 16.8% compared with monoculture system respectively.
20. I don't want to see another era of client monoculture like the Microsoft one in the 80s and 90s.
21. Perhaps there has never been such a thing as monoculture society.
22. Gaoming Jiang points out that poplar-based plywood can be readily manufactured from monoculture poplar plantations and sold profitably.
23. If avian influenza comes along, they can have the bird that's resistant to it ... you won't have a monoculture, when one disease hits it[], and it wipes it out.
24. As fields become larger, more connected, and more of a monoculture , the harm that any given parasite can inflict grows, too.
25. Biodiversity is decreasing rapidly as habitats are destroyed and replaced by monoculture crop systems and invaded by alien species, said the declaration.
26. The biggest reason for this is that "there is no phone monoculture that the bad guys can attack, " he says.
More similar words: cultureagricultureculturalagriculturalacculturationinoculatemonochromaticsculpturemonotonouslymonotonousinnocuouson occasionmonolithnocturnefacultynocturnaldifficultcultivatedfuturenaturematuretincturemixturerupturelectureposturegestureventuretextureaperture
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