Human ecology
Human ecology is an interdisciplinary and transdisciplinary study of the relationship between humans and their natural, social, and built environments. The philosophy and study of human ecology has a ...
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Insect ecology
A beetle larva attacking a fish.The insect ecology is the scientific study of how insects, individually or as a community, interact with the surrounding environment or ecosystem.Insects play signifi...
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Political ecology
Political ecology is the study of the relationships between political, economic and social factors with environmental issues and changes. Political ecology differs from apolitical ecological studies b...
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Insect winter ecology
Insect winter ecology entails the overwinter survival strategies of insects, which are in many respects more similar to those of plants than to many other animals, such as mammals and birds. This is b...
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Persoonia
Persoonia is a genus of 98 species of shrubs and small trees in the tribe Persoonioideae in the large and diverse plant family Proteaceae. In the eastern states of Australia, they are commonly known a...
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Insectivore
An insectivore is a carnivore that eats insects. An alternative term is entomophage, which also refers to the human practice of eating insects.The first insectivorous vertebrates were amphibians. Whe...
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Swarming (honey bee)
Swarming is the process by which a new honey bee colony is formed when the queen bee leaves the colony with a large group of worker bees. In the prime swarm, about 60% of the worker bees leave the or...
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Drakaea
Drakaea is an endangered genus of orchid that is native to Australia. Orchids in this genus are commonly called "Hammer Orchids". The common name refers to the shape of the orchid, and the way it move...
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Trophallaxis
Trophallaxis /ˌtroʊfəlˈæksɪs/ is the transfer of food or other fluids among members of a community through mouth-to-mouth (stomodeal) or anus-to-mouth (proctodeal) feeding. It is most highly developed...
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Zaluzianskya
Zaluzianskya is a genus of flowering plants now regarded as being a member of the Scrophulariaceae, the figwort family. The genus is endemic to Southern Africa and includes some described sixty specie...
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Myrmecochory
Myrmecochory (/mɜrmɨˈkɒkɔri/ (sometimes myrmechory); from Ancient Greek: μύρμηξ mýrmēks and χορεία khoreíā "circular dance") is seed dispersal by ants, an ecologically significant ant-plant ...
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Philippe Le Billon
Philippe Le Billon is a geographer, author and Associate Professor at the University of British Columbia, and a researcher at the Liu Institute for Global Issues. He earned an MBA in Paris and a doc...
Forensic entomological decomposition
Medicolegal entomology is a branch of forensic entomology that applies the study of insects to criminal investigations, and is commonly used in death investigations for estimating the post-mortem inte...
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Colony collapse disorder
Colony collapse disorder (CCD) is a phenomenon in which worker bees from a European honey bee colony abruptly disappear. While such disappearances have occurred throughout the history of apiculture, a...
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Rabbiteye blueberry
Vaccinium virgatum (commonly known as either rabbit-eye blueberry or southern black blueberry ) is a species of blueberry native to the Southeastern United States, from North Carolina south to Florida...
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Defense in insects
Insects have a wide variety of predators, including birds, reptiles, amphibians, mammals, carnivorous plants, and other arthropods. The great majority (80–99.99%) of individuals born do not survive to...
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Lilium maritimum
Lilium maritimum is a species of lily known by the common name coast lily. It is endemic to California, where it is known only from the coastline north of San Francisco. It occurred south of San Franc...
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Woodboring beetle
The term woodboring beetle encompasses many species and families of beetles whose larval or adult forms eat and destroy wood (i.e., are xylophagous). In the woodworking industry, larval stages of som...
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Water beetle
A water beetle is a generalized name for any beetle that is adapted to living in water at any point in its life cycle. Most water beetles can only live in fresh water, with a few marine species that l...
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Ficus coronata
Ficus coronata, commonly known as the sandpaper fig or creek sandpaper fig, is a species of fig tree, native to Australia. It is found along the east coast from Mackay in Central Queensland, through N...
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Richard Peet
J. Richard Peet (born 16 April 1940 in Southport, England) is a professor of human geography at the Graduate School of Geography at Clark University in Worcester MA, USA. Peet received a BSc (Economic...
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Oleic acid
Oleic acid is a fatty acid that occurs naturally in various animal and vegetable fats and oils. It is an odorless, colourless oil, although commercial samples may be yellowish. In chemical terms, ole...
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Frass
Frass refers loosely to the more or less solid excreta of insects, and to certain other related matter.
Frass is an informal term and accordingly it is variously used and variously defined. It is ...
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Ecological Debt Day
Ecological Debt Day, also known as Earth Overshoot Day, is the (claimed) approximate calendar date on which humanity’s resource consumption for the year exceeds Earth’s capacity to regenerate those re...
Fruit tree pollination
Pollination is the process of pollen from one flower being transferred to another, required for certain plants, in this case fruit trees, to produce seeds with surrounding fruit. The material required...
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Piers Blaikie
Piers Macleod Blaikie (Born (1942-01-29) 29 January 1942 (age 73)) is a geographer and scholar of international development and natural resources, who worked until 2003 at the School of Developme...
Brood (honey bee)
In entomology, the term brood is used to refer to the embryo or egg, the larva and the pupa stages in the life of holometabolous insects. The brood of honey bees develops within a bee hive. In man-m...
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