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Found Ecology 16 times.

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1. Autecology
Ecological study of a single organism or a single species .

2. Biocenology (cenobiology, biocoenology)
A field of ecology which deals with the study of communities of organisms and the interactions and relationships between the member organisms.

3. Bioclimatology (bioclimatics)
A field of ecology which studies the effects of climate on what plants and animals are like, physically and behaviorally.

4. Depletion
In general, the often harmful decrease in the supply of something: * In ecology, it refers to the consumption of a resource (such as timber or oil) faster than it can be replaced through natural processes; * In agriculture, it refers to impaired soil productivity due to a loss of nutrients.

5. Eco-
A prefix which indicates that the word has to do with the environment or with ecology .

6. Ecology
The scientific study of the relationship of organisms to each other and to their environment.

7. Ecology
The study of how organisms interact with each other and their physical environment.

8. Ecosphere
* In astronomy: the region of space around a star that is considered able to support life. * In ecology : the Earth, all of the organism s living on it, and all of the environmental factors which act on the organisms.

9. Genecology
The scientific study of genetic variation within a species as it relates to the environment.

10. Global ecology
The study of the relationship of organisms to each other and to their environment on a global scale.


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