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A new regression method for analyzing the aggregation pattern of animal populations

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Iwao, S. A new regression method for analyzing the aggregation pattern of animal populations. Res Popul Ecol 10, 1–20 (1968). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF02514729

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Keywords

  • Negative Binomial Distribution
  • Colorado Potato Beetle
  • Dispersion Pattern
  • Azuki Bean
  • Quadrat Size