- bi·o·nom·ic, bi·o·nom·i·cal, adjective
- bi·o·nom·i·cal·ly, adverb
- bi·on·o·mist [bahy-on-uh-mist], /baɪˈɒn ə mɪst/, noun
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How to use bionomics in a sentence
Observations on the life-history and bionomics of Phlebotomus papatasii.
A study of its structure, development, bionomics, and economy.Handbook of Medical Entomology | William Albert Riley
General observations on the bionomics of the rodent and human flies.Handbook of Medical Entomology | William Albert Riley
In spite of this extensive compilation, the limitations of present information about cockroach bionomics must be kept in mind.
Distribution, general bionomics, and recognition characters of two cockroaches recently established in the United States.
British Dictionary definitions for bionomics
- bionomic, adjective
- bionomically, adverb
- bionomist (baɪˈɒnəmɪst), noun
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Scientific definitions for bionomics
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