Lee's phenomenon

Lee's phenomenon
the common finding that in older fish populations, forms with more narrow annual scale rings or more narrow growth zones (reflecting a slower growth rate in the first year) are more frequent than in younger populations

Dictionary of ichthyology. 2009.

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  • Berners-Lee, Tim — born June 8, 1955, London, Eng. British physicist. The son of computer scientists, he graduated from Oxford University and in 1980 accepted a fellowship at CERN in Geneva. In 1989 he suggested a global hypertext project. He and his CERN… …   Universalium

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  • Justin Lee Brannan — (Born October 24, 1978) is a musician, voice actor, writer, blogger, and lyricist from Brooklyn, New York. [http://www.mostpreciousblood.com Most Precious Blood ] ] He is best known as the founding member of Indecision and Most Precious Blood,… …   Wikipedia

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