Definition of Ecology:

  1. Branch of biology that attempts to understand the relationship between living organisms and their environment, and the associated energy-flows.

  2. The branch of biology that deals with the relations of organisms to one another and to their physical surroundings.

Synonyms of Ecology

Preservation, Protection, Safeguarding, Safe keeping, Keeping, Guarding, Saving, Looking after, Aerobiology, Agrobiology, Anatomy, Animal physiology, Anthropology, Astrobiology, Autecology, Bacteriology, Biochemics, Biochemistry, Biochemy, Bioecology, Biological science, Biology, Biometrics, Biometry, Bionics, Bionomics, Biophysics, Botany, Cell physiology, Commensality, Comparative anatomy, Conchology, Cryobiology, Cybernetics, Cytology, Ecoclimate, Ecodeme, Ecosystem, Electrobiology, Element, Embryology, Entomology, Enzymology, Ethnobiology, Ethology, Exobiology, Genetics, Gnotobiotics, Helminthology, Herpetology, Ichthyology, Life science, Malacology, Mammalogy, Medium, Microbiology, Molecular biology, Ornithology, Parasitism, Pharmacology, Physiology, Protozoology, Radiobiology, Symbiosis, Symbiotics, Synecology, Taxidermy, Taxonomy, Virology, Xenobiology, Zoogeography, Zoography, Zoology, Zoonomy, Zoopathology, Zoophysics, Zootaxy, Zootomy

How to use Ecology in a sentence?

  1. One of the many classes I took in college focused on ecology , I found it very interesting to study the environment all around me.
  2. The ecology of tropical forests is very complicated because there are thousands of plants, animals, and other living organisms interacting, which results in a very complex web of interaction.
  3. Global warming is particularly worrisome because of the risks to the ecology of lifeforms humans depend on for food, clothing or companionship.

Meaning of Ecology & Ecology Definition