Some articles on temperate:
... stercoreus, which can survive the drought and cold of winter in temperate North America, and the species C ... distribution and is commonly found throughout temperate locations, while the morphologically similar C ... is widely spread in tropical areas, rarely in the subtropics, and never in temperate regions ...
... Its natural habitats are temperate forests, temperate shrubland, and temperate grassland ...
... Montane forests in temperate climate are typically one of temperate coniferous forest or temperate broadleaf and mixed forest, forest types that are well known from northern Europe, northern United States ... Montane forests in temperate climate occur in Europe (the Alps, Carpathians, Caucasus and more), in North America (Cascade Range, Klamath-Siskiyou, Appalachians and more), south-wes ...
... Apis cerana), Solitary bees (Halictus spp.) fruit 2-modest temperate Kiwifruit Actinidia deliciosa Honey bees, Bumblebees, Solitary bees fruit 4-essential ... Solitary bees seed 1-little Caraway Carum carvi Honey bees, Solitary bees, Flies seed 2-modest temperate Chestnut Castanea sativa Honey bees, Solitary bees nut 2-modest temperate Star apple, Cainito ... Bumblebees, Solitary bees seed (increased yield from pollinators) temperate Hazelnut Corylus cornuta var ...
More definitions of "temperate":
- (adj): Not extreme.
Example: "Temperate in his response to criticism"
- (adj): Not extreme in behavior.
Example: "Temperate in his habits"; "a temperate response to an insult"; "temperate in his eating and drinking"
Famous quotes containing the word temperate:
“No people require maxims so much as the American. The reason is obvious: the country is so vast, the people always going somewhere, from Oregon apple valley to boreal New England, that we do not know whether to be temperate orchards or sterile climate.”
—Edward Dahlberg (19001977)
“The man who is aware of himself is henceforward independent; and he is never bored, and life is only too short, and he is steeped through and through with a profound yet temperate happiness. He alone lives, while other people, slaves of ceremony, let life slip past them in a kind of dream.”
—Virginia Woolf (18821941)