American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. The study of the interrelationship between an organism's physical functioning and its environment.
- eco- + physiology (Wiktionary)
“How does that record stack up against University of Montana professor Steven Running, who shares the Nobel Prize on the topic, has a Ph. d in foresty ecophysiology and who has conducted research on global warming?”
“As to telling me to "read some science", well, my field is computational ecophysiology.”
“Hmm, your field is "computational ecophysiology" is it ministyra?”
“A comprehensive study of BCP ecophysiology & ecology is badly needed.”
“I would certainly have discussed any comprehensive review of ecophysiology had I located it.”
“With regard to these, the authors sought to cover all essential points: production, botany, breeding, ecophysiology, cultivation practices, diseases and pests, processing and utilization.”
“How to survive heat and aridity: ecophysiology of the dikdik antelope.”
“In previous research, Royer and colleagues had found that two simple measurements-petiole width and leaf area-could tell a lot about the ecophysiology of a plant.”
“Slide 2: The overall interests in our laboratory centre on the ecophysiology and biochemistry of algae.”
“Slide 3: We have put our knowledge about algal ecophysiology to good use in the following major field studies: •Port Phillip Bay Environmental Study - the Beardall lab was responsible for studies on •phytoplankton distributions and productivity (R. Royle and Simon Roberts); •benthic microalgal distributions and productivity (B. Light, PhD project) and”
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