biospeleology

The study of organisms whose natural habitat is wholly or partly subterranean. ... Origin: bio-+ G. Speliaion, cave ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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biospeleology

biospeleology 1. The study of organisms whose natural habitat is wholly or partly subterranean. 2. The study of the fauna of caves. 3. The study of organisms that live in caves.
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BIOSPELEOLOGY

The scientific study of plant or animal organisms living in caves; usually applied to studies of cavernicoles.
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biospeleology

Type: Term Pronunciation: bī′ō-spē′lē-ol′ō-jē Definitions: 1. The study of organisms the natural habitat of which is wholly or partly subterranean.
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Biospeleology

Biospeleology is a branch of biology dedicated to the study of organisms that live in caves and are collectively referred to as troglofauna. ==Biospeleology as a science== ===History=== The first documented mention of a cave organisms dates back to 1689, with the documentation of olm, a close relative of salamanders. Discovered in a cave in Sloven...
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