How to use Monoculture in a sentence

monoculture
  • At the highest level, species monoculture is difficult to change, at least in the short term.

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  • For example half of Scotland's remaining native forests have been replaced with commercial forests, creating a monoculture.

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  • The development of the consumer monoculture Historically, the erosion of cultural integrity was a conscious goal of colonial developers.

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  • Traditional food crops have been displaced by RR soya monoculture, leaving food insecurity in its wake.

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  • The cotton monoculture is more destructive to Central Asia's future than the tons of heroin that regularly transit the region.

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  • This is the community associated with high production agricultural grassland and usually forms a short-term monoculture and is of little benefit to wildlife.

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  • Most salads today are the product of intensive monoculture with extended cropping seasons.

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  • Nor am I advocating global monoculture or an increase in consumption.

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  • A study by Duke University in North Carolina discovered that monoculture plantations dried up local water supplies.

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