ethological[ ee-thol-uh-jee, ih-thol- ]SEE DEFINITION OF ethological
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The only check or corrective is, constant verification by psychological and ethological laws.
There has been an increasing awareness of the importance of ethological data and of their usefulness in systematics.
In the foregoing I have discussed the ethological relations of ants to a variety of other organisms.
late 17c., "mimicry," from Latin ethologia, from Greek ethologia, from ethos "character" (see ethos). As a branch of zoology, from 1897.