Fields in ecology, Biology

Ecology is divided into two fields:

   (a)Autecology 

   (b) Synecology

 

(a)  Autecology: it deals with life history, population dynamics, behavior etc of a single species.

 

(b)  Synecology: it deals with the study of communities, their composition, their behavior and relation to environment.

 

 

 

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