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Ecology is the science that studies the relationship between living organisms and the environment they inhabit. The definition of ecology is simple but the object of its study is very complex.
It was Ernst Haeckel, a German scientist, who created the term ecology in 1869 in order to designate a name for the science that studies the relationship between living organisms and the environment.

In particular, it studies how the environment influences their distribution, quantity, biodiversity, behavior, the interactions between different species and the modifications they can cause in the environment. Its levels of study are at the level of organisms, populations and communities of populations that make up ecosystems and the biosphere in general.

1)  Plant Population Ecology (Presentation)

Autor: Western Oregon University

FuenteWestern Oregon University

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2)  Ecology of populations and communities (Article)

Autor: Vladimir N. Bolshakov and Feodor V. Kryazhimskii

FuenteEncyclopedia of Life Support Systems

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3)  Basic concepts: nature, ecology, enviroment

Author: University of Mumbai

FuenteUniversity of Mumbai


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4) Ecology and Environmental Health

Author: Bruce A. Wilcox, Holly Jessop


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5) Microbial Ecology

Did you know that microorganisms are present everywhere? If your answer is no, let me tell you that even our hands are often full of these tiny creatures, so it is always advisable to wash your hands thoroughly.

However, these small organisms, imperceptible to the human eye, play an important role in the preservation of the environment. It may seem illogical but it is, their work is essential for life on earth, including ours.

Author: Nicolai S Panikov


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