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NRM 5324 Physiological Ecology of Aquatic Organisms I General De nitions 1 Living organism entity capable of reproduction can make more of itself from chemical substances in the environment via asexual or sexual reproduction Moore 1993 Physiology the study of the processes and mechanisms by which living organisms function Funk amp Wagnalls Encyclopedic College Dictionary Ecology the study of the interrelations between living organisms and their environment Odum 1971 or the study of why questions Louw 1995 Adaptation evolutionary process by which an organism or its parts becomes adapted to its environment Henderson39s Dictionary of Biological Terms Physiological Adaptation behavioral morphological and functional properties of organisms which favor normal life processes in a defined environment Prosser 1986 McNab 2002 Physiological Ecology Ecological I J 39 39 J or 39 39 quotJ relevant I J 39 39 J i Physiological ecology is concerned with the way in which physiological traits f1t organisms for the ecological circumstances in which they live so there is always by definition an implicit evolutionary component to it Calow 1987 ii Field of biology that integrates the physiology and behavior of organisms with the physical and chemical conditions in the environment McNab 2002 Comparative Physiology the study of the physiological diversity of animals and of the diversity and regulation of highly conserved biochemical and biophysical properties of organisms emphasizing the integration of the organism at all levels of organization Prosser 1991 Environmental Physiology the study of physiological processes relative to the environment in which organisms live instructor s definition or the study of how questions Louw 1995 Evolutiona physiology the study of patterns and processes by which physiological variation evolves Calow 1987 Feder and Block 1991 N E 4 V39 0 gt1 9 50 11 Bibliography Brandon RN 1990 Adaptation and the Environment Princeton University Press Calow P 1987 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