Bionomics

In ecology, bionomics (Greek: bio = life; nomos = law) is the comprehensive study of an organism and its relation to its environment. As translated from the French word Bionomie, its first use in English was in the period of 1885-1890. Another way of expressing this word is the term currently referred to as `ecology`. ==Publications == ===On Med.....
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bionomics

bionomics The merger of biological and economic theories.
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bionomics

bionomy, bionomics The laws of life or the science concerned with the laws regulating vital functions.
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bionomics

study of organisms interacting in their environments
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bionomics

Synonym: bionomy. ... Synonym: ecology. ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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Bionomics

The study of the habits, breeding, and adaptations of living forms.
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bionomics

Type: Term Pronunciation: bī-ō-nom′iks Synonyms: bionomy, ecology
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