bionomics

[ bahy-uh-nom-iks ]SEE DEFINITION OF bionomics

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Bionomics: the habits, breeding and adaptations of living forms.

Observations on the life-history and bionomics of Phlebotomus papatasii.

A study of its structure, development, bionomics, and economy.

General observations on the bionomics of the rodent and human flies.

The oviposition of Dermestes ater DeGeer, with notes on bionomics under laboratory conditions.

Much as has been learnt of the bionomics of the sea, it is but a commencement; and this is of course especially true of deep seas.

WORD ORIGIN

"science of organic evolution; ecology," 1888, coined by Scottish biologist Patrick Geddes (1854-1932) from Greek bio- (see bio-) + nomos "managing," from nemein "manage" (see numismatics).

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