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DBHDiameter at Breast Height (forestry)
DBHDatabase Handle
DBHDesign by Humans (t-shirts)
DBHDepartment of Building and Housing (New Zealand)
DBHDoctor of Behavioral Health (Arizona State University)
DBHDopamine Beta-Hydroxylase
DBHDivision of Behavioral Health
DBHDisk Based Hashtables (computer programming)
DBHDeath Becomes Her (movie)
DBHDatenbank Bremische Häfen (German logistics company)
DBHDieselbedrijf Hardinxveld (Dutch supplier)
DBHDessinateur Bâtiment Handicap (French: Handicap Building Designer)
DBHDay Berry Howard (law firm; aka Day Pitney)
DBHDihydroxybenzoic Acid
DBHDirected by Headquarters (US Air Force)
DBHDeath by Hanging
DBHDays Before Harvest/Heading
DBHDouble-Barrier Heterostructure
DBHDynamic Batch Heuristic
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Cerulean Warblers used significantly larger ([bar.x] = 43.0 [+ or -] 14.1 cm, n = 594, P < 0.001, t = 19.26) and taller ([bar.x] = 26.9 [+ or -] 4.11 m, n = 591, P < 0.001, t = 18.10) trees for song perches than the average trees available within territories (2 = 27.4 [+ or -] 15.6 cm, n = 751; [bar.x] = 21.5 [+ or -] 6.04 m, n = 604, dbh and height, respectively) (Figs.
During the breeding season, RCWs in Louisiana foraged more frequently on smaller pine stems (< 40 cm dbh) than during the nonbreeding season (Jones and Hunt, 1996).
The news was unveiled as DBH held an open day to showcase latest developments.
Immunostaining for the catecholamine-synthesizing enzymes TH, DBH, and PNMT showed a pattern of diffuse cytoplasmic staining in carcinoids as well as in pheochromocytomas.
In 1989 I measured all stems [greater than]1 cm dbh on all 28 (new and old) plots.
After obtaining the dbh of each tree, a 16 inch increment borer with a 0.2 inch diameter was drilled into the tree at breast height to obtain a core sample.
al., 2002; Martin el al., 2004), and snag diameter at breast height (DBH; Ganey and Vojta, 2004; Chambers and Mast, 2005) have been shown to be important variables in determining cavity-nesting bird occupancy.
We measured the diameter at breast height (dbh) of all trees at least 10 cm dbh in the plot.