noun, plural e·col·o·gies for defs 2, 3.
Origin of ecology
Examples from the Web for ecologic
The economic and ecologic significance of insects in the diet of birds is often oversimplified.
They may thus be a factor in ecologic succession, tending to improve the character of the soil and adapt it to another stage.Life History of the Kangaroo Rat|Charles T. Vorhies and Walter P. Taylor
The ecologic niche of the brush rabbit is in brush where the plants form continuous thickets with little open ground.Mammals of the San Gabriel Mountains of California|Terry A. Vaughan
Therefore, in its ecologic relationships with many other species, it is a density dependent predator.
It feeds on the ground to a large extent, fitting into an ecologic niche which few other species of birds of the islands occupy.The Avifauna of Micronesia, Volume 3|Rollin H. Baker
British Dictionary definitions for ecologic
Derived Formsecologist, noun
Word Origin for ecology
Medicine definitions for ecologic
Related formse′co•log′i•cal (ē′kə-lŏj′ĭ-kəl, ĕk′ə-) null adj.e•col′o•gist n.
Science definitions for ecologic
Culture definitions for ecologic
The study of living things, their environment, and the relation between the two.