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Example sentences for "ecology"

Lexicographically close words:
eclogues; ecologic; ecological; ecologically; ecologists; economic; economical; economically; economics; economies
  1. An extensive but scattered literature concerning the ecology of the species as a whole, and its several geographic races, has been reviewed and utilized for comparison with my own field data.

  2. Life history and ecology of the five-lined skink, Eumeces fasciatus.

  3. Ecology of the opossum on a natural area in northeastern Kansas.

  4. Further records of the ecology and distribution of amphibians and reptiles in the Middle West.

  5. The completion of the Aswan High Dam in 1971 and the resultant Lake Nasser have altered the time-honored place of the Nile River in the agriculture and ecology of Egypt.

  6. The ecology and behavior of the Lewis woodpecker (Asyndesmus lewis).

  7. In The ecology and management of the red-cockaded woodpecker: symposium proceedings, Okefenokee Natl.

  8. Aspects of behavioral ecology of red-headed and red-bellied woodpeckers.

  9. In The ecology and management of the red-cockaded woodpecker; symposium proceedings, Okefenokee Natl.

  10. Winter ecology of migrant and resident Lewis' woodpeckers in southeastern Colorado.

  11. Introduction to the symposium on the ecology and management of the red-cockaded woodpecker.

  12. Ecology of the red-cockaded woodpecker in the nesting season.

  13. Breeding ecology of the common goldeneye, Bucephala clangula americana, in Maine.

  14. In The ecology and management of the red-cockaded woodpecker: Symposium Proceedings, Okefenokee Natl.

  15. Seasonal activity and ecology of the avifauna of an American equatorial cloud forest.

  16. Flora and ecology of the so-called Bridger Beds of the Wind River Basin, Wyoming.

  17. Life history and ecology of the five-lined skink, Eumeces fasciatus.

  18. Another text-book for secondary schools is now before us in which ecology is the heading of one of the three parts into which the treatise is divided.

  19. The proposal is a bold one and an appealing one, with much promise, particularly in its potential for giving full weight to ecology and the amenities in planning.

  20. Competition and Human Ecology The ecological conception of society is that of a society created by competitive co-operation.

  21. Ethnological and historical studies of individual communities furnish valuable comparative materials for a treatise upon human ecology which would serve as a guidebook for studies in community organization.

  22. Unfortunately, this aspect of salientian population ecology has received no intensive study.

  23. However, there is no evidence that this tree is especially attractive to any kind of vertebrate, or plays an important part in the ecology of the area.

  24. Honey locust plays an important part in the over-all ecology of the area, providing both food and shelter for many kinds of animals.

  25. Although there were no ecologists among the first settlers in Kansas, occasional glimpses of the region's ecology are afforded by the writings of early residents who mentioned native plant and animal life from time to time.

  26. This aggressive invader spread despite frequent cutting, and now plays an important part in the ecology of the area.

  27. When Martin entered, it was instantly evident that ecology took a sudden shift toward the worse.

  28. The wolf: the ecology and behavior of an endangered species.

  29. Some aspects of the population ecology of wolves, Alaska.

  30. An intensive public relations campaign to promote an understanding of wolf ecology and the benefits of a wolf population, 3.

  31. The ecology of the timber wolf in Algonquin Park.

  32. Observations on the ecology and natural history of Anura, XV.

  33. While the present report was in preparation, Anderson (1954) published an excellent account of the ecology of the eastern species G.

  34. The two species are basically similar in their habits and ecology but many minor differences are indicated.

  35. Studies in the ecology of the narrow-mouthed toad, Microhyla carolinensis carolinensis.

  36. The tree squirrels of Kansas: Ecology and economic importance.

  37. Ecology of a cottontail rabbit (Sylvilagus auduboni) population in Central California.

  38. Breeding ecology and social behavior of the black guillemot, Cepphus grylle.

  39. Ecology and behavior of juvenile sockeye salmon (Oncorhynchus nerka) in Bristol Bay and the eastern Bering Sea.

  40. Ecology and evolution of social organization in arctic sandpipers.

  41. The breeding ecology of the glaucous-winged gull (Larus glaucescens) on Mandarte Island, B.

  42. The feeding ecology of five species of large gulls (Larus) in Iceland.

  43. Ecology of sea colony birds of the Barents Sea.

  44. Studies on the feeding ecology and breeding success of the glaucous-winged gull (Larus glaucescens) on Mandarte and Cleland Islands.

  45. Imber concluded from his studies of the ecology of petrels and Polynesian and Norway rats that a petrel colony is endangered if invaded by a species of rat whose maximum weight approaches or exceeds the mean adult weight of the petrel.

  46. Breeding ecology of the glaucous-winged gull (Larus glaucescens) in Glacier Bay, Alaska.

  47. We will present the historical data pertinent to an understanding of the mode and extent of Shoshone ecology there and will then give the material gathered through recent ethnographic investigation.

  48. These are concerned with the relations between the social groups of the Basin and those of the Plains and the impact of the ecology of either region upon the social structures of the native population.

  49. Ecology of the Coyote in the Yellowstone, United States Government Printing Office, Washington, D.

  50. And the writer once having picked up the trail followed it with certainty, and indeed almost inevitably, as it led from ecology to anthropology and economics.

  51. Ecology of the Fauna In the preceding section on the description of the Isthmus of Tehuantepec I have outlined the major environments in the region.

  52. Each of these has varying combinations of physical and biotic factors that are important in the ecology of amphibians.

  53. These limited observations on the ecology of this frog suggest that it breeds in the fast-moving streams of the Pacific slopes, and that it seeks shelter in arboreal bromeliads during the dry season.

  54. The life-histories and ecology of jack rabbits, Lepus alleni and Lepus californicus ssp.

  55. A contribution to the ecology and faunal relationships of the mammals of the Davis Mountain Region, Southwestern Texas.

  56. The population ecology of the great tit, Parus m.

  57. The youngest branch of Botany is Ecology or the study of vegetation in relation to habitat--particularly soil in its widest sense.

  58. It is usual to regard Ecology as a very recent development of botanical science, but Nehemiah Grew seems to have been alive to the importance of the ecological standpoint,--though he did not describe it by this name.

  59. Ecology should have a great part to play in helping to break down the frontiers which have too long tended to separate Botany from the other sciences, and the maintenance of which is not in the true interests of the subject.

  60. I wonder if modern ecologists know of these records made long before ecology was invented?

  61. Ecology has the great merit of taking its followers into the field, where they are confronted with a wide range of problems not hitherto regarded as strictly within the province of the botanist.

  62. But in point of fact it was Ecology on the grand scale that Sir Joseph Hooker practised in the Antarctic in 1840.

  63. The above list will hopefully give you a few useful examples demonstrating the appropriate usage of "ecology" in a variety of sentences. We hope that you will now be able to make sentences using this word.