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bionomics

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noun plural but singular or plural in construction bi·o·nom·ics \ˌbī-ə-ˈnä-miks\

Definition of bionomics

  1. :  ecology

bionomic

play \-mik\ adjective


Origin and Etymology of bionomics

bionomic, adjective, probably from French bionomique, from bionomie ecology, from bi- + -nomie -nomy


First Known Use: 1888


Medical Dictionary

bionomics

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noun plural but singular or plural in construction bi·o·nom·ics \ˌbī-ə-ˈnäm-iks\

Medical Definition of bionomics

  1. :  ecology 1, 2

bionomic

\-ik\play or

bionomical

\-i-kəl\play adjective

bionomically

\-i-k(ə-)lē\play adverb



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