Evolution: Ecology

The main part of the evolution is controlled by the environmental factors in which the organism thrives, it is a way where the ecologist and biologists can know the interaction of organism with their environment and the changes that has evolved in due course of time. In general ecology and evolution are intimately related because the organism’s ecological situation decides its survival and evolution. It takes the system from simple to complexity. Evolutionary ecology allows the researcher to reveal the whole spectrum of an organism starting from its development via research in evolutionary genetics, behavioural ecology and functional design, the evolution of life-histories and population dynamics, and ecosystem-level effects of interactions among species.

  • Evolutionary developmental biology
  • Metagenomics
  • Phylogeography and ecosystem construction
  • Plant conservation genetics
  • Interactions between the physical and biotic environments
  • Interactions between the physical and biotic environments
  • The genomic diversity of neglected taxa

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