Definitions

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  • adj. Of or pertaining to ecogeography, the study of the geographical distribution of living things in terms of ecology

Etymologies

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ecogeography +‎ -ic

Examples

  • LEVIN, D.A. and YORK, B.M. (1978) The toxicity of plant alkaloids: an ecogeographic perspective.

    Chapter 4

  • LEVIN, D.A. (1976) Alkaloid-bearing plants: an ecogeographic perspective.

    Chapter 4

  • Several recent studies have uncovered evidence for temporal declines in mean body sizes of birds and mammals, and these responses have been interpreted as evidence for microevolution in the context of Bergmann's rule-an ecogeographic rule predicting an inverse correlation between temperature and mean body size in endothermic animals.

    Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences current issue

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