### Table 1 Overview of Het Net club categories.

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### Table 5. Functional units of the three het- erogenous processors.

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### Table 5. Functional units of the three het- erogenous processors.

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### Table 1. Some elements provided by HetSC.

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### Table 7 Likelihood of Opposition Modeled by Text Indicators (Het-Probit)

"... In PAGE 25: ... Statistically, models 7A through 7C support this assumption. Table7 shows the results of three different regressions of the opposition variable on text indicators. 10 Appendix B shows the likelihood function.... In PAGE 26: ...Insert Table7 about here Column 7A models the likelihood of an opposition using all text indicators computed in the study. The upper part of Table 7, column A, shows the first regression results of the most comprehensive specification in which all explanatory variables are used to model the likelihood of an opposition and the variance of the dependent variable at the same time.... In PAGE 26: ...Insert Table 7 about here Column 7A models the likelihood of an opposition using all text indicators computed in the study. The upper part of Table7 , column A, shows the first regression results of the most comprehensive specification in which all explanatory variables are used to model the likelihood of an opposition and the variance of the dependent variable at the same time. The lower part of Table 7, column A, shows the respective auxiliary regression.... In PAGE 26: ... The upper part of Table 7, column A, shows the first regression results of the most comprehensive specification in which all explanatory variables are used to model the likelihood of an opposition and the variance of the dependent variable at the same time. The lower part of Table7 , column A, shows the respective auxiliary regression. Here the coefficients describe the correlation between the explanatory variables and the variance in the main regression.... ..."

### Table 5. Differences in richness between homogeneous and het- erogeneous patches

"... In PAGE 6: ...0399 Mowing of only a portion of a patch creates in- ternal structural heterogeneity. The 10 heterogene- ous patches were not significantly richer in species than were homogeneous patches ( Table5 ). Rich- ness of heterogeneous patches was attributable primarily to the number of cultivars, which cor- related positively with total species richness, rich- ness of aliens, and richness of trees (Table 3).... In PAGE 9: ... Structurally heterogeneous patches are not more species rich than their homogeneous counterparts (Fig. 2 and Table5 ). The richness of the hetero- geneous patches is enhanced by their unmown seg- ments and does not exceed that of homogeneous unmown patches of about the same size.... ..."

### Table 6: Bayesian and ML Properties of Parameters: 2TAR3HET with p=5

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### Table 7: Generalized Impulse Responses: 2TAR3HET with p=5

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