ecology

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English - Turkish
ekoloji

Ekoloji tüm çevremizde yaşayan şeylerle ilgili çalışmadır. - Ecology is the study of living things all around us.

Ekoloji hakkında ona birçok soru sordum. - I asked him many questions about ecology.

çevrebilim
çevre bilim
çevre

Ekoloji tüm çevremizde yaşayan şeylerle ilgili çalışmadır. - Ecology is the study of living things all around us.

organizmaların çevreleriyle olan ilişkilerini inceleyen biyoloji dalı
(Tıp) Organların muhitleriyle karşılıklı münasebetlerinden bahseden biyoloji kısmı, ekoloji
ecology of language
(Dilbilim) dil çevrebilimi
ecology party
(Çevre) çevreci parti
ecologist
(Tıp) Ekoloji uzmanı
agricultural ecology
(Tarım) tarım ekolojisi
animal ecology
hayvan ekolojisi
applied ecology
uygulamalı ekoloji
ecologic
ekolojik

Amerika Birleşik Devletleri'nin kaya gazı üretimi, devam eden en kötü ekolojik felaketlerden biridir. - United States shale gas production is one of the worst ongoing ecological disasters.

Franklin ekolojik bir soba yarattı. - Franklin created an ecological stove.

ecologist
çevreci
environment ecology
çevre ekolojisi
human ecology
insan çevrebilimi
marine ecology
(Askeri) deniz ekolojisi
social ecology
sosyal ekoloji
soil ecology
(Çevre) toprak ekolojisi
stream ecology
(Coğrafya) akarsu ekolojisi
cultural ecology
kültürel ekoloji
ecological
çevrebilimsel
ecological
ekolojik

Dünyadaki tropikal yağmur ormanları, gezegende yaşamın ekolojik zincirine kritik bağlantılıdır. - The world's tropical rainforests are critical links in the ecological chain of life on the planet.

Amerika Birleşik Devletleri'nin kaya gazı üretimi, devam eden en kötü ekolojik felaketlerden biridir. - United States shale gas production is one of the worst ongoing ecological disasters.

ecologist
çevrebilimci
forest ecology
orman ekolojisi
human ecology
insan ekolojisi
ecological
çevre
conservation ecology
Koruma ekoloji
department of ecology
ekoloji bölümü
coastal ecology
kıyı ekolojisi
deep ecology
derin ekoloji
ecologically
ekolojik olarak
ecologically
çevrebilimsel yönden
ecologically
(zarf) ekolojik olarak
ecologist
{i} ekolojist

Ekolojist, petrolün sadece bir nimet olmadığını, aynı zamanda bir lanet olduğu konusunda bizi uyardı. - The ecologist warned us that petroleum was not merely a blessing but also a curse.

pasture ecology
(Tarım) çayır ekolojisi
political ecology
siyasal ekoloji
restoration ecology
restorasyon ekolojisi
English - English
The branch of biology dealing with the relationships of organisms with their environment and with each other

As a graduate student, he was working on a thesis: The Ecology of the Black Creek Area. He had to investigate the relationships, past and present, of men and plants and animals in this region.

the branch of biology concerned with the relations between organisms and their environment
the interrelationship of organisms and their environment and the science that is concerned with that interrelationship
The study of the inter-relationships of living things to one another and to the environment
the study of the interrelationships of organisms with one another and with the environment (Hanson 1962)
Science dealing with the interrelationships between living organisms and their environments
The study of interrelationships of organisms and their environment
the study of the interrelationships between organisms and their environment, including the biotic and abiotic components
When you talk about the ecology of a place, you are referring to the pattern and balance of relationships between plants, animals, people, and the environment in that place. the ecology of the rocky Negev desert in Israel. the way in which plants, animals, and people are related to each other and to their environment, or the scientific study of this environment (oikos ). Study of the relationships between organisms and their environment. Physiological ecology focuses on the relationships between individual organisms and the physical and chemical features of their environment. Behavioral ecologists study the behaviours of individual organisms as they react to their environment. Population ecology, including population genetics, is the study of processes that affect the distribution and abundance of animal and plant populations. Community ecology studies how communities of plant and animal populations function and are organized. Paleoecology is the study of the ecology of fossil organisms. Ecologists frequently concentrate on particular taxonomic groups or on specific environments. Applied ecology applies ecological principles to the management of populations of crops and animals. Theoretical ecologists provide simulations of particular practical problems and develop models of general ecological relevance
A branch of biology dealing with the relations between living plants and animals and their environment
The study of living organisms and their environment or habitat
The study of the interaction of organisms with one another and with their physical environment (Greek oikos, house + logos, word)
The science or study of the relationships between organisms and their environment
The study of the environmental relations of organisms See environment
is the study of the interrelationships between and among organisms and environment
The study of the interrelationships between organisms and their environment From the Greek word oikos, meaning "house "
a branch of science concerned with the interrelationship of organisms and their environment
the branch of biology concerned with the relations between organisms and their environment the environment as it relates to living organisms; "it changed the ecology of the island
The study of the relationship of living things to one another and to their environment
The interrelationships of living things to one another and the their environment, or the study of these interrelationships
The scientific study of the relationship of organisms to each other and to their environment
The study of the interactions of living organisms with one another and with their nonliving environment of matter and energy An example of an ecological research question is, "How do weather, soil type, and topography affect the presence and growth of tree species?"
Originally the scientific study of the relationship between living organisms and their environment The term now has a wider range of meanings Often used to describe the holistic interconnectedness of all existence on Earth
The study of the interrelationships between living organisms and their environment
the environment as it relates to living organisms; "it changed the ecology of the island"
The interrelationships of living things to one another and to their environment, or the study of these interrelationships
Ecology is the study of the relationships between plants, animals, people, and their environment, and the balances between these relationships. a senior lecturer in ecology
{i} (Biology, Sociology) study of the relationship between living organisms and their environment (especially pertaining to issues such as pollution); environment as it connects or relates to living organisms
The study of the relationships between living organisms and their environment
[n] the study of the interrelationship between organisms and their environment
the study of the relations between living organisms and their environment
ecology block
A large concrete block with a groove in the bottom face and a tongue on the top face to eliminate slippage when they are stacked. There is also a steel loop on the top face to facilitate lifting. The blocks are stacked in an offset manner to create a wall for retaining earth by means of their great mass. A wall built with them can be readily dismantled and the blocks reused (in ecological fashion)
chemical ecology
the study of the effects of chemical compounds on the interactions of living organisms
ecologic
Relating to ecology, the interrelationships of organisms and their environment
restoration ecology
the application of the principles of ecology to the restoration of derelict, degraded and fragmented ecosystems
social ecology theory
A branch of social structure theory of criminology, whose major premise is, that the conflicts and problems of urban social communities — including fear, unemployment, deterioration, and siege mentality — influence crime rates and trends
Conservation ecology
Conservation biology, or conservation ecology, is the science of analyzing and protecting Earth's biological diversity. Conservation biology draws from the biological, physical and social sciences, economics, and the practice of natural-resource management. Conservation ecology addresses population dynamics issues associated with the small population sizes of rare species (e.g., minimum viable populations). The term "conservation biology" refers to the application of science to the conservation of genes, populations, species, and ecosystems. Conservation biology is the scientific study of the phenomena that affect the maintenance, loss, and restoration of biological diversity. For the history of biodiversity conservation and volunteer activity, see conservation movement
Species Ecology
Autecology, also called Species Ecology is the study of the interactions of an individual organism or a single species with the living and nonliving factors of its environment. Autecology is primarily experimental and deals with easily measured variables such as light, humidity, and available nutrients in an effort to understand the needs, life history, and behaviour of the organism or species
clinical ecology
The study of the effects of environmental exposure to synthetic chemicals on the immune system. Also called environmental medicine
deep ecology
A form of environmentalism that advocates radical measures to protect the natural environment regardless of their effect on the welfare of people.deep ecologist n
ecologic
{s} of or pertaining to the environment and the quality of the environment
ecological
Ecological groups, movements, and people are concerned with preserving the environment and natural resources, so that they can be used in a sensible way, rather than being wasted. Ecological groups say that nothing is being done to tackle the problem
ecological
characterized by the interdependence of living organisms in an environment; "an ecological disaster"
ecological
{s} of or pertaining to the environment and the quality of the environment
ecological
Ecological means involved with or concerning ecology. Large dams have harmed Siberia's delicate ecological balance. + ecologically eco·logi·cal·ly It is economical to run and ecologically sound
ecological
Relating to ecology, the interrelationships of organisms and their environment
ecological
Relating to the interrelationships of organisms and their environment
ecological
of or relating to the science of ecology; "ecological research"
ecological
the relations of organisms to one another and to their physical surroundings (i e living things in their environment)
ecological
characterized by the interdependence of living organisms in an environment; "an ecological disaster
ecological
processes means all those processes that occur between organisms, and within and between communities, including interactions with the non-living environment, that result in existing ecosystems and bring about changes in ecosystems over time
ecologically
with respect to ecology; "ecologically speaking, this idea is brilliant; economically, it is a disaster
ecologically
from an ecological standpoint, with regard to ecology
ecologically
in an ecological manner
ecologically
regarding ecology
ecologist
a scientist concerned with the interrelationship of organisms and their environment
ecologist
a scientist who studies the relationship of organisms and their environment
ecologist
a person who studies the relationships between organisms and their environment
ecologist
one who studies interactions of various life forms
ecologist
a biologist who studies the relation between organisms and their environment
ecologist
{i} expert on ecology, expert on the study of the environment and its inhabitants
ecologist
An ecologist is a person who believes that the environment and natural resources should be preserved and used in a sensible way, rather than being wasted. In the opinion polls the ecologists reached 20 per cent. a scientist who studies ecology
ecologist
A person who studies ecology
ecologist
A scientist who studies inter-relationships between living things and their environments
ecologist
An ecologist is a person who studies ecology. Ecologists argue that the benefits of treating sewage with disinfectants are doubtful
ecologists
plural of ecologist
industrial ecology
Discipline that traces the flow of energy and materials from their natural resources through manufacture, the use of products, and their final recycling or disposal. Research in industrial ecology began in the early 1990s. Life-cycle analysis traces the flow of materials; design for the environment works to minimize energy use, pollution, and waste. Industrial ecologists aim to create industries in which every waste is a raw material for another product
marine ecology
study of the interaction of plants and animals in the sea
systems ecology
Branch of ecosystem ecology (the study of energy budgets, biogeochemical cycles, and feeding and behavioral aspects of ecological communities) that attempts to clarify the structure and function of ecosystems by means of applied mathematics, mathematical models, and computer programs. It concentrates on input and output analysis and has stimulated the development of applied ecology: the application of ecological principles to the management of natural resources, agricultural production, and problems of environmental pollution
ecology
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