Origin of ecology
OTHER WORDS FROM ecology
WORDS THAT MAY BE CONFUSED WITH ecologybiosphere, ecology , ecosystem, environment, habitat
How to use ecology in a sentence
Bayley’s own specialty is coral reef ecology, and his curiosity is piqued by what the cooperation represents.Octopuses Find New Hunting Buddies - Issue 95: Escape|Brandon Keim|January 28, 2021|Nautilus
As Kayardild and other Aboriginal tongues faded under British rule, the communities lost the ability to pass on their understanding of natural patterns and island ecology.Local languages are dying out and taking invaluable knowledge with them|Hannah Seo|January 25, 2021|Popular-Science
If we better understood where these viruses are circulating and understood that ecology, we would have the potential to disrupt and minimize the risk of spillover.
In 2018, you and colleagues wrote in Science, “Our ability to mitigate disease emergence is undermined by our poor understanding of the diversity and ecology of viral threats.”
When the right ecology comes into play, it starts getting cold, and damp, then it starts replicating like crazy.
Within these zones certain ecologic communities can be recognized; these represent several biotic provinces.
The ecologic niche of the brush rabbit is in brush where the plants form continuous thickets with little open ground.
Presumably the two occupy different ecologic niches, much as rixosa and frenata probably do where they occur together.American Weasels|E. Raymond Hall
The economic and ecologic significance of insects in the diet of birds is often oversimplified.
Therefore, in its ecologic relationships with many other species, it is a density dependent predator.
British Dictionary definitions for ecology
Derived forms of ecologyecologist, noun
Word Origin for ecology
Scientific definitions for ecology
Cultural definitions for ecology
The study of living things, their environment, and the relation between the two.