from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Of or pertaining to the conditions under which an organism lives in its natural home; œcological. See bionomics.

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  • adj. of or relating to the science of ecology


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  • And, come to think of it, I do not know any other class of people whose problem of consciousness could be so readily reduced to a "bionomical" platitude.

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  • Argan tree plays a indispensable part in maintaining the bionomical counterbalance and the economic situation of the inhabitants.


  • The formation of a thick layer of poisonous oil in the seawaters has inflicted a distressing blow to the bionomical equilibrium by rendering fishes, turtles and other species immobile due to its high viscosity. News Feed

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