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Ecology

The study of how living things interact with their surroundings. For example, an ecologist may study how a plant operates in different types of soil or whether or not bacteria thrive in various environs. Ecology is important in sustainable development to ensure that an action does not irreparably harm an environment.
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Thus the role of concrete ecological factors in spatial distribution of the revealed fragment of a biodiversity remains not clear.
For example, the themes of ecological factors and personal and professional tensions emerged as an unanticipated finding from the teachers' narratives.
Despite the current investigation's major focus on the relationship between parenting style and academic achievement of African American males, we also wanted to better understand which combination of ecological factors, such as family structure, church attendance, and parent monitoring, best predicts African American male high school achievement.
Ecological results: Ecological factors data that were collected MVSP software with CCA method.
LITERATURE REVIEW: IDENTIFICATION OF ECOLOGICAL FACTORS INFLUENCING SIBLING ADJUSTMENT
A scree test of the ecological factor analysis for the 61 practices indicated that six factors should be extracted, which together explained 73 percent of the variance.
The chi- square test is used to determine the differences of non-numeric ecological factors data.
The present study shows that in studying the vegetation and determining ecological factors, employing ecological and phytosociologic criteria as eco-phytosociology (Atri, 1996) are not only suitable and exact in the data collection stage to determine the placement of releves, but also it is able to provide results, which conform and agree to the rules that
Female: Male can change from expected ratio 1: 1 due to the natural and fishing related deaths among sexes, infected by catching during reproduction period and changes in ecological factors (Sarihan, 1993; Nikolsky, 1963).
Starosielski's focus is on the geopolitical, cultural and ecological factors that shape the routes and landing points of the network.
We support Secretary Pinol's assurance to provide assistance to the affected farmers, but a comprehensive program is needed to help coconut farmers improve their productivity, ensure sustained production, and enhance their resiliency to ecological factors.
Chronic sinusitis is referred to as a complex spectrum of illness from ecological factors such as pollution, microbial infection, allergies, and fungi.

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