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bi·on·o·my

(bī-on'ō-mē),
The laws of life; the science concerned with the laws regulating the vital functions.
Synonym(s): bionomics (1)
[bio- + G. nomos, law]
(1) A recent term for the merger of biologic and economic theory
(2) An older synonym for Biology, Ecology, or Physiology

bionomics

see ECOLOGY.
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The review of the species bionomics in Ohio contradicts this.
Kurup BM (1990) Population Characteristics, Bionomics and Culture of Labeo dussumieri (Val), Final Report Submitted to Indian Council of Agricultural Research pp: 108.
Section 5 analyzes the major players in the field of advanced biofuels such as Abengoa Bioenergy, Air Liquide, AlgaeLink, Amyris Biotech, Algaewheel, Archer Daniels, Aquaflow Bionomic, BASF SE, Blue Marble Energy, and many more.
Among these resources, Hepsetus odoe form an important fish species of commercial fish resources whose bionomic has not been adequately studied.
The objectives of the present study are to report the family Sisyridae for the first time in Rio de Janeiro state and to provide bionomic information on the immature stages of S.
Abstract: Anopheles calderoni has been recently registered in Colombia and apparently many bionomic aspects of An.
His research interests include systematic, bionomic, and vectorial capacities of mosquitoes and sand flies for estimating exposure and infectious risks.
atratus in order to verify if this bionomic character differs between the two types of colonies.
Effect of host plant species on bionomic and life history parameters of Anagyrus pseudococci Girault (Hymenoptera: Encyrtidae), a parasitoid of the mango mealybug Rastrococcus iceryoides Green (Homoptera: Pseudococcidae).
Bionomic strategies and long-term fluctuations in abundance of Noctuidae (Lepidoptera).
Bionomic of a pollen-collecting wasp, Paragia tricolor wasps (Hymenoptera: Vespidae; Masarinae) in Western Australia.