Meaning Niche

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the unique position occupied by a species, both in terms of its physical use of its habitat and its function within an ecological community
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an organism’s role, function, or position in an ecosystem.
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The particular set of combined conditions that are habitable for a species, and define its status within an ecological community. © Nature Education
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Definition A focused, targetable part of a market for certain products or services that has unmet demand. A business may enter into a niche market by offering a product that was previously unavailable [..]
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Niche - That part of the market consisting of those people most likely to be interested in a product or service you are selling. Often refered to as ones target market.
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A hollowed space in a wall made especially (in this connotation) for placing of urns containing cremated remains.
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A distinct market segment.
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Function of a particular species in an ecological community; all aspects of an organisms existence that enable it to survive and reproduce. For example, an Osprey primarily preys upon fish therefore i [..]
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The specific part of a habitat occupied by an organism.The role an organism plays in an ecosystem.
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Adaptive role that a species has in a habitat. This includes its behavior and interactions with other species.
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See Ecological niche.
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The role that an animal has in its community
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1610s, "shallow recess in a wall," from French niche "recess (for a dog), kennel" (14c.), perhaps from Italian nicchia "niche, nook," from nicchio "seashell," s [..]
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role and space of a species within an ecosystem.
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n. The portion of the environment that a species occupies, defined in terms of the conditions under which an organism can survive, and the presence of other competing organisms.
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Read more about NICHE
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Organism’s ecological role in its environment
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means a space in a mausoleum or columbarium used or intended to be used for the inurnment of cremated human remains.
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Online the word niche is used in a number of technologies to refer to a specific topic, subject or category. Web sites and blogs may provide news and content on a niche (e.g. a blog about sports or fi [..]
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A specific subset of a broader category. For example, if the broad category is “marketing,” a niche category would be “inbound marketing for mining companies.”
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(French: cove, cell, cubby-hole), an ecological term for the role an organism plays in a community and environment, including the habitat it occupies and the food it eats. Niche organisms are not the [..]
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A topic or subject which a website is focused on.
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The specific role and position an organism occupies within its ecosystem. 
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Highly specialized market segment.
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unique position occupied by a particular species in terms of the area it inhabits and the function it performs within the                 community.                    [..]
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your unique specialty as a blogger (Here’s our post on how to find your niche, and our 10 Best Niche Blogs)
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A specific topic or market that you target. This blogs niche is internet marketing.
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(n) a position particularly well suited to the person who occupies it(n) a small concavity(n) an enclosure that is set back or indented(n) (ecology) the status of an organism within its environmen [..]
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angulus
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An animal's role within its habitat.
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A niche in the Temple of Fame. The Temple of Fame was the Panthe’on, converted (1791) into a receptacle for illustrious Frenchmen. A niche in the temple is a place for a monument recording yo [..]
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A recess in a wall, usually designed to contain ornamental statues or other decorations.
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A niche is topic, subject or industry that your website covers. In the digital marketing space, a website that covers a specific topic is usually called a niche site. No Follow Lin [..]
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The space in a mausoleum or columbarium which holds the remains or cremated ashes of the deceased.
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an ecological term denoting the biotic and abiotic environment required by a species to live and reproduce
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The particular area within a habitat that an organism lives and functions in.
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The unique set of resources used by a species within an ecosystem.
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* Aedicule.
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A hollow or recess in a wall, often of a church or monastery
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A distinct market segment.
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The particular place and position a species occupies within an ecosystem according to its breeding and feeding needs.
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The role of a species within its community.
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A niche (CanE, UK: or US: ) in classical architecture is an exedra or an apse that has been reduced in size, retaining the half-dome heading usual for an apse. Nero's Domus Aurea (AD 64–69) was the [..]
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Niche ( or US: ) may refer to: Niche (architecture), an exedra or an apse that has been reduced in size A cell of a columbarium for a cremation urn Niche (company), an Internet search and review serv [..]
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Niche ( or US: ) may refer to: Niche (architecture), an exedra or an apse that has been reduced in size A cell of a columbarium for a cremation urn Niche (company), an Internet search and review serv [..]
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Niche.com, Inc., formerly known as College Prowler, is an American company headquartered in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, that runs a ranking and review site. The company was founded by Luke Skurman in 20 [..]
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Niche (foaled 1990) is a British Thoroughbred racehorse best known for winning the Group 3 classic trial the Nell Gwyn Stakes and coming 2nd in the 1,000 Guineas, before her career was cut short by a [..]
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Niche (foaled 1990) is a British Thoroughbred racehorse best known for winning the Group 3 classic trial the Nell Gwyn Stakes and coming 2nd in the 1,000 Guineas, before her career was cut short by a [..]
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In the area of protein structural motifs, niches are three or four amino acid residue features in which main-chain CO groups are bridged by positively charged or δ+ groups. The δ+ groups include gro [..]
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Niche: A Genetics Survival Game is a indie simulation video game developed and published by Stray Fawn Studio, and was released on Steam Early Access for Microsoft Windows, Mac OS, and Linux-based sys [..]
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A Niche is a shallow recess in a wall or hedge, for placing a sculpture or for decorative effect.
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a position particularly well suited to the person who occupies it; "he found his niche in the academic world" recess: a small concavity recess: an enclosure that is set back [..]
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A term used in marketing; a small segment. Often the term vertical market is used to describe a niche market.
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The set of ecological environments in which a species can survive and reproduce.
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See Market niche
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A general term referring to the range of environmental space occupied by a species
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A particular zone of Tissue composed of a specialized microenvironment where Stem Cells are retained in a undifferentiated, self-renewable state.
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The limited portions of the environment, in terms of space, resources, etc., that a species fits and/or that it requires for its survival and reproductive success.
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"Niche" means a recess usually in a columbarium used, or intended to be used, for the inurnment of the cremated remains of one or more persons.
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A PC‘s role in the party, based mainly on their specialties and area of expertise. Part of the idea behind a balanced party is that each character has their own niche, ensuring that none of the play [..]
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The relational position of a species in an ecosystem.
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