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Homogenizes

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Synonyms: 1. Unite 2. Integrate 3. Fuse 4. Merge 5. Blend 6. Meld 7. Coalesce 8. Amalgamate 9. Synthesize 10. Combine 11. Commingle 12. Commix 13. Diversify
1. RESEARCH ARTICLE Widespread winners and narrow-ranged losers: Land use homogenizes biodiversity in local assemblages worldwide Tim Newbold ID 1*, Lawrence N. Hudson2, Sara Contu2, Samantha L. L. Hill2,3, Jan Beck4, Yunhui Liu5, Carsten Meyer6,7, Helen R. P. Phillips2,8¤, Jo¨ rn P. W. Scharlemann3,9, Andy Purvis2,8 1 Centre for Biodiversity
2. homogenizes definition: Verb 1. third-person singular simple present indicative form of homogenize
3. (third-person singular simple present homogenizes, present participle homogenizing, simple past and past participle homogenized) To make homogenous, to blend or puree. Specifically, to treat milk so that the cream no longer separates.
4. Scilogex D160 & D500 Homogenizers Are Used For Mixing, Emulsification, Shredding Or Chopping. Scilogex D160 & D500 Homogenizers are made of 316L stainless steel with Teflon bushings and autoclavable stainless steel shafts for long lasting durability. Rapidly homogenizes, disperses, and emulsifies a variety of samples.
5. Use the link below to share a full-text version of this article with your friends and colleagues. Learn more. Copy URL. Share a link. Share on. Email; Jörn P. W. Scharlemann, Andy Purvis, Widespread winners and narrow-ranged losers: Land use homogenizes biodiversity in local assemblages worldwide, PLOS Biology, 10.1371/.2006841
6. Have shown that human land use homogenizes biodiversity, increasing the similarity between neighbouring communities [ 19 ]. Our results imply that human land use is causing a similar
7. RESEARCH ARTICLE Widespread winners and narrow-ranged losers: Land use homogenizes biodiversity in local assemblages worldwide Tim Newbold ID 1*, Lawrence N. Hudson2, Sara Contu2, Samantha L. L. Hill2,3, Jan Beck4, Yunhui Liu5, Carsten Meyer6,7, Helen R. P. Phillips2,8¤, Jo¨ rn P. W. Scharlemann3,9, Andy Purvis2,8 1 Centre for Biodiversity and Environment Research, Department of Genetics

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