Result of Your Query

A   B   C   D   E   F   G   H   I   J   K   L   M   N   O   P   Q   R   S   T   U   V   W   X   Z

evolutionary ecologyevolutionäre Ökologie (ger.)

  • Ecology that takes account of the evolutionary histories of organisms and of the relationships between them. It includes the evolution of life histories and of behaviour, as well as of the evolution of communities. (Oxford Dict. of Ecology 2004)
    ecology functional ecology
    evolutionary ecology depends directly upon population systems since selection acts on populations that evolve and become adapted to their environments
    Allee, W.C., Emerson, A.E., Park, O., Park, T. & Schmidt, K.P. (1949). Principles of Animal Ecology: 6; Haskell, G. (1955). Man, polyploidy and fruit tree growing in Britain. Evolution 9, 291-301: 291; Orians, G.H. (1962). Natural selection and ecological theory. Amer. Nat. 96, 257-263: 262.
    E.T.H. Corner's contribution might be described as an essay in evolutionary biology.
    Huxley, J.S. (1954). The evolutionary process. In: Huxley, J.S., Hardy, A.C. & Ford, E.B. (eds.). Evolution as a Process, 1-23: 21.