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  • New Student's Reference Work (1914) Ecology 85917The New Student's Reference Work (1914) — Ecology Ecology (ḗ-kŏl′ ṓ-jy̆), often spelled œcology
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  • of modern taxonomy, and is also considered one of the fathers of modern ecology. In older publications sometimes the abbreviation "Linn." is used. This
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  • Encyclopædia Britannica, Volume 1 - Algae Ecology 7579391911 Encyclopædia Britannica, Volume 1 — - Algae Ecology When it is sought to consider algae
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  • The New International Encyclopædia Ecology 1193180The New International Encyclopædia — Ecology ECOL'OGY, or ŒCOL'OGY of Plants (from Gk. οἶκος, oikos
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  • scientific journal of the British Ornithologists' Union. Topics covered include ecology, conservation, behaviour, palaeontology, taxonomy and new species. It has
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  • QH359-425 Evolution QH426-470 Genetics QH471-489 Reproduction QH501-531 Life QH540-549.5 Ecology QH573-671 Cytology QH705-705.5 Economic biology
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  • chemical and physical results that accompany it, and its relation to the ecology of plant and animal life. Chemically it is productive =of such gases as
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  • Popular Science Monthly Volume 67 December 1905  (1905)  Economy in Irrigation By Volney M. Spalding 1426346Popular Science Monthly Volume 67 December
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  • Climatic Cycles and Tree-Growth  (1919)  by Andrew Ellicott Douglass 595731Climatic Cycles and Tree-GrowthAndrew Ellicott Douglass1919 CLIMATIC
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  • 910716Q18910935Laura E. GreenLaura E.GreenGreen,_Laura E.Ecology and Epidemiology Group, Biological Sciences, University of Warwick, Coventry, United
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  • Danish botanist and a main founding figure of the scientific discipline of ecology. A handbook of systematic botany, 1895 Oecology of plants, 1909
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  • Popular Science Monthly Volume 23 September 1883  (1883)  Woodland and Water-Course By Horace Lunt 640095Popular Science Monthly Volume 23 September
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  • Popular Science Monthly Volume 16 November 1879  (1879)  Respecting Rubbish   620288Popular Science Monthly Volume 16 November 1879 — Respecting
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  • phytogeographer who made major contributions in the fields of histology, ecology and plant geography. Plant-geography upon a physiological basis
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  • 6071071911 Encyclopædia Britannica, Volume 20 — Oecology OECOLOGY, or Ecology (from Gr. οἶκος, house, and λόγος, department of science), that part of
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  • Popular Science Monthly Volume 18 April 1881  (1881)  The Purification of Sewer-Waters By Eugène Aubrey-Vitet 625592Popular Science Monthly Volume
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  • Popular Science Monthly Volume 23 August 1883  (1883)  The Little Missouri Bad Lands I By T. H. McBride 639989Popular Science Monthly Volume 23 August
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  • Popular Science Monthly Volume 23 September 1883  (1883)  The Little Missouri Bad Lands II By T. H. McBride 640089Popular Science Monthly Volume
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  • for Poetry. He has frequently been described as the "laureate of Deep Ecology". His work in his various roles reflects his immersion in both Buddhist
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  • Alternation of generations. Polymorphism. Colouring matters. Habitat. Plankton. Benthos. Habit. Ecology. Uses. Occurrence in the rocks. Bibliography.
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