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Ökologie {f} [envir.]
angewandte Ökologie
aquatische Ökologie
chemische Ökologie
Humanökologie {f}
industrielle Ökologie
Meeresökologie {f}
terrestrische Ökologie
Verhaltensökologie {f}
Ökologie der Erde
Ökologie der Ökosysteme
Ökologie der Pflanzen
ecology; ecoscience
applied ecology
aquatic ecology
chemical ecology
human ecology
industrial ecology
marine ecology
terrestrial ecology
behavioural [Br.] behavioral [Am.] ecology
global ecology
ecosystem(s) ecology
plant ecology; vegetation ecology
Ökologie {f}
Denkweise {f}; Überlegung {f} (hinter etw.); Schlussfolgerungen {pl}; Argumentation {f}; Argumentarium {n} [Schw.]; Beweisführung {f} [jur.]
logisches Denken
schlussfolgerndes Denken
juristische wissenschaftliche Denkweise
sprachliche Ausdrucksfähigkeit {f}
Zirkelschluss {m}; Zirkelbeweis {m}; Circulus vitiosus
Denkfehler {m}
lückenlose Beweisführung {f}
Könntest du erklären wie du dazu kommst?
Welche Überlegungen stecken hinter dieser Entscheidung?
Die Grundüberlegung bei der Homöopathie ist die dass das was tötet in winzigen Mengen heilen kann.
Diese Argumentation ist nicht stichhaltig.
Im Zentrum ihrer Argumentation steht in dem Buch die Ökologie.
reasoning (behind sth.)
logical reasoning
deductive reasoning
legal scientific reasoning
verbal reasoning
circular reasoning; circular argument
error in reasoning
close reasoning
Could you explain your reasoning?
What is the reasoning behind this decision?
The main reasoning behind homeopathy is a minute amount of what kills you cures you.
This line of reasoning is faulty.
The main reasoning in her book is ecological.

Lexikoneinträge für ecology; ecoscience / applied ecology / aquatic ecology / chemical ecology / human ecology / industrial ecology / marine ecology / terrestrial ecology / behavioural [Br.] behavioral [Am.] ecology / global ecology / ecosystem(s) ecology / plant ecology; vegetation ecology

Air plant () A plant deriving its sustenance from the air alone
Applied (imp. & p. p.) of Apply
Aquatic (a.) Pertaining to water
Aquatic (n.) An aquatic animal or plant.
Aquatic (n.) Sports or exercises practiced in or on the water.
Chemical (a.) Pertaining to chemistry
Chemical (n.) A substance used for producing a chemical effect
Dove plant () A Central American orchid (Peristeria elata), having a flower stem five or six feet high, with numerous globose white fragrant flowers. The column in the center of the flower resembles a dove
Electro-chemical (a.) Of or pertaining to electro-chemistry.
Flax-plant (n.) A plant in new Zealand (Phormium tenax), allied to the lilies and aloes. The leaves are two inches wide and several feet long, and furnish a fiber which is used for making ropes, mats, and coarse cloth.
Fluvio-marine (a.) Formed by the joint action of a river and the sea, as deposits at the mouths of rivers.
Human (a.) Belonging to man or mankind
Human (n.) A human being.
Ice plant () A plant (Mesembryanthemum crystallinum), sprinkled with pellucid, watery vesicles, which glisten like ice. It is native along the Mediterranean, in the Canaries, and in South Africa. Its juice is said to be demulcent and diuretic
Industrial (a.) Consisting in industry
Marine (a.) Of or pertaining to the sea
Marine (a.) Formed by the action of the currents or waves of the sea
Marine (a.) A solider serving on shipboard
Marine (a.) The sum of naval affairs
Marine (a.) A picture representing some marine subject.
Mechanico-chemical (a.) Pertaining to, connected with, or dependent upon, both mechanics and chemistry
Micro-chemical (a.) Of or pertaining to micro-chemistry
Plant (n.) A vegetable
Plant (n.) A bush, or young tree
Plant (n.) The sole of the foot.
Plant (n.) The whole machinery and apparatus employed in carrying on a trade or mechanical business
Plant (n.) A plan
Plant (n.) An oyster which has been bedded, in distinction from one of natural growth.
Plant (n.) A young oyster suitable for transplanting.
Plant (n.) To put in the ground and cover, as seed for growth
Plant (n.) To set in the ground for growth, as a young tree, or a vegetable with roots.
Plant (n.) To furnish, or fit out, with plants
Plant (n.) To engender
Plant (n.) To furnish with a fixed and organized population
Plant (n.) To introduce and establish the principles or seeds of
Plant (n.) To set firmly
Plant (n.) To set up
Plant (v. i.) To perform the act of planting.
Plant-cane (n.) A stalk or shoot of sugar cane of the first growth from the cutting. The growth of the second and following years is of inferior quality, and is called rattoon.
Plant-eating (a.) Eating, or subsisting on, plants
Stereo-chemical (a.) Pertaining to, or illustrating, the hypothetical space relations of atoms in the molecule
Terrestrial (a.) Of or pertaining to the earth
Terrestrial (a.) Representing, or consisting of, the earth
Terrestrial (a.) Of or pertaining to the world, or to the present state
Terrestrial (a.) Consisting of land, in distinction from water
Terrestrial (a.) Adapted for the observation of objects on land and on the earth
Terrestrial (n.) An inhabitant of the earth.
Vegetation (n.) The act or process of vegetating, or growing as a plant does
Vegetation (n.) The sum of vegetable life
Vegetation (n.) An exuberant morbid outgrowth upon any part, especially upon the valves of the heart.
Water plant () A plant that grows in water
Wind-plant (n.) A windflower.

Weitere Lexikoneinträge

plant life
(botany) a living organism lacking the power of locomotion
human action
human activity
something that people do or cause to happen
plant closing act of shutting down operation of a plant
Secretary of Health and Human Services the position of the head of the Department of Health and Human Services, the post of Secretary of Health and Human Services was created by Congress in
human reproductive cloning the reproductive cloning of a sentient human being, generally considered ethically unacceptable
Human Genome Project an international study of the entire human genetic material
chemical analysis
qualitative analysis
the act of decomposing a substance into its constituent elements
quantitative analysis
quantitative chemical analysis
chemical analysis to determine the amounts of each element in the substance
chemical terrorism terrorism using the chemical agents of chemical warfare, can undermine the personal security of citizens, a good agent for chemical terrorism should be colorless and odorless and inexpensive and readily available and not detectable until symptoms are experienced
terrestrial guidance a method of controlling the flight of a missile by devices that respond to the strength and direction of the earth's gravitational field
industrial arts a course in the methods of using tools and machinery as taught in secondary schools and technical schools
industrial enterprise
the development of industry on an extensive scale
chemical engineering the activity of applying chemistry to the solution of practical problems
chemical defense
chemical defence
procedures involved in taking defensive measures against attacks using chemical agents
chemical warfare
chemical operations
warfare using chemical agents to kill or injure or incapacitate the enemy
vegetation inactivity that is passive and monotonous, comparable to the inactivity of plant life, their holiday was spent in sleep and vegetation
marine animal
marine creature
sea animal
sea creature
any of numerous animals inhabiting the sea including e.g. fishes and molluscs and many mammals
plant virus a plant pathogen that is a virus consisting of a single strand of RNA
human Tell leukemia virus-
retrovirus causing Tell leukemia
human immunodeficiency virus
the virus that causes acquired immune deficiency syndrome (AIDS), it replicates in and kills the helper T cells
human papilloma virus any of a group of papovaviruses associated with genital or oral carcinomas or a group associated with benign genital tumors
aquatic vertebrate animal living wholly or chiefly in or on water
sea turtle
marine turtle
any of various large turtles with limbs modified into flippers, widely distributed in warm seas
marine iguana
Amblyrhynchus cristatus
shore-dwelling seaweed-eating lizard of the Galapagos Islands
aquatic bird wading and swimming and diving birds of either fresh or salt water
marine mussel
marine bivalve mollusk having a dark elongated shell, live attached to solid objects especially in intertidal zones
aquatic mammal whales and dolphins, manatees and dugongs, walruses, seals
human botfly
Dermatobia hominis
large tropical American fly, parasitic on humans and other mammals
leaf bug
plant bug
small brightolored insect that feeds on plant juices
four-lined plant bug
four-lined leaf bug
Poecilocapsus lineatus
yellow or orange leaf bug with four black stripes down the back, widespread in central and eastern North America
tarnished plant bug
Lygus lineolaris
widespread plant and fruit pest
plant louse
any of several small insects especially aphids that feed by sucking the juices from plants
woolly aphid
woolly plant louse
secretes a waxy substance like a mass of fine curly white cotton or woolly threads
jumping plant louse
small active cicada-like insect with hind legs adapted for leaping, feeds on plant juices
plant hopper
related to the leafhoppers and spittlebugs but rarely damages cultivated plants
man human being
any living or extinct member of the family Hominidae characterized by superior intelligence, articulate speech, and erect carriage
human race
human beings
all of the living human inhabitants of the earth, all the world loves a lover, she always used `humankind' because `mankind' seemed to slight the women
analytical balance
chemical balance
a beam balance of great precision used in quantitative chemical analysis
fish tank
marine museum
a tank or pool or bowl filled with water for keeping live fish and underwater animals
assembly plant a factory where manufactured parts are assembled into a finished product
body bag
personnel pouch
human remains pouch
a bag in which the body of a dead soldier is placed
bottling plant a plant where beverages are put into bottles with caps
chemical bomb
gas bomb
a bomb laden with chemical agents that are released when the bomb explodes
chemical plant an industrial plant where chemicals are produced
chemical reactor an apparatus for holding substances that are undergoing a chemical reaction
chemical weapon chemical substances that can be delivered using munitions and dispersal devices to cause death or severe harm to people and animals and plants
electrical system electrical plant utility that provides electricity
mill manufacturing plant
a plant consisting of one or more buildings with facilities for manufacturing
floating mine
marine mine
an explosive mine designed to destroy ships that bump into it
Global Positioning System
a navigational system involving satellites and computers that can determine the latitude and longitude of a receiver on Earth by computing the time difference for signals from different satellites to reach the receiver
heating system
heating plant
utility to warm a building, the heating system wasn't working, they have radiant heating
industrial watercourse a canal that is operated by one or more industries
packing plant
a plant where livestock are slaughtered and processed and packed as meat products
periwinkle plant derivative an antineoplastic drug used to treat some forms of cancer
plant works industrial plant buildings for carrying on industrial labor, they built a large plant to manufacture automobiles
power station
power plant
an electrical generating station
recycling plant a plant for reprocessing used or abandoned materials
Segway Human Transporter
Segway HT
(trademark) a self-balancing personal transportation device with two wheels, can operate in any level pedestrian environment
sewage disposal plant
disposal plant
a plant for disposing of sewage
cargo ships
merchant marine
merchant vessels
conveyance provided by the ships belonging to one country or industry
steel mill
steel plant
steel factory
a factory where steel is made
human nature the shared psychological attributes of humankind that are assumed to be shared by all human beings, a great observer of human nature
chemical property a property used to characterize materials in reactions that change their identity
human right (law) any basic right or freedom to which all human beings are entitled and in whose exercise a government may not interfere (including rights to life and liberty as well as freedom of thought and expression and equality before the law)
e human body
physical body
material body
frame form
alternative names for the body of a human being, Leonardo studied the human body, he has a strong physique, the spirit is willing but the flesh is weak
recombinant human insulin
a form of insulin (trade name Humulin) made from recombinant DNA that is identical to human insulin, used to treat diabetics who are allergic to preparations made from beef or pork insulin
somatotropic hormone
somatotrophic hormone
human growth hormone
growth hormone
a hormone produced by the anterior pituitary gland, promotes growth in humans
human head the head of a human being
foot human foot
the part of the leg of a human being below the ankle joint, his bare feet projected from his trousers, armored from head to foot
knee joint
human knee
articulatio genus
hinge joint in the human leg connecting the tibia and fibula with the femur and protected in front by the patella
elbow joint
human elbow
cubital joint
articulatio cubiti
hinge joint between the forearm and upper arm and the corresponding joint in the forelimb of a quadruped
human face
the front of the human head from the forehead to the chin and ear to ear, he washed his face, I wish I had seen the look on his face when he got the news
vegetation an abnormal growth or excrescence (especially a warty excrescence on the valves of the heart)
transient global amnesia memory disorder seen in middle aged and elderly persons, characterized by an episode of amnesia and bewilderment that lasts for several hours, person is otherwise alert and intellectually active
equilibrium law
law of chemical equilibrium
(chemistry) the principle that (at chemical equilibrium) in a reversible reaction the ratio of the rate of the forward reaction to the rate of the reverse reaction is a constant for that reaction
plant something planted secretly for discovery by another, the police used a plant to trick the thieves, he claimed that the evidence against him was a plant
applied mathematics
applied math
the branches of mathematics that are involved in the study of the physical or biological or sociological world
clinical anatomy
applied anatomy
the practical application of anatomical knowledge to diagnosis and treatment
environmental science
the branch of biology concerned with the relations between organisms and their environment
human paleontology
human palaeontology
the scientific study of human fossils
chemical science r
the science of matter, the branch of the natural sciences dealing with the composition of substances and their properties and reactions
engineering science
applied science
the discipline dealing with the art or science of applying scientific knowledge to practical problems, he had trouble deciding which branch of engineering to study
chemical engineering the branch of engineering that is concerned with the design and construction and operation of the plants and machinery used in industrial chemical processes
industrial engineering
industrial management
the branch of engineering that deals with the creation and management of systems that integrate people and materials and energy in productive ways
applied psychology
industrial psychology
any of several branches of psychology that seek to apply psychological principles to practical problems of education or industry or marketing etc.
natural language processing
human language technology
the branch of information science that deals with natural language information
marine archeology
marine archaeology
underwater archeology
underwater archaeology
the archeology of underwater sites
human ecology
the branch of sociology that studies the characteristics of human populations
Dow Jones
Dow-Jones Industrial Average
an indicator of stock market prices, based on the share values ofbluehip stocks listed on the New York Stock Exchange, the Dow Jones Industrial Average is the most widely cited indicator of how the stock market is doing
Associate in Applied Science
an associate degree in applied science
Chemical Weapons Convention a global treaty banning the production or acquisition or stockpiling or transfer or use of chemical weapons
chemical notation a notation used by chemists to express technical facts in chemistry
formula chemical formula a representation of a substance using symbols for its constituent elements
human death
a death resulting from an accident or a disaster, a decrease in the number of automobile fatalities
oyster plant
vegetable oyster
long white salsify
military-industrial complex a country's military establishment and the industries that produce arms and other military equipment, we must guard against the acquisition of unwarranted influence, whether sought or unsought, by the military-industrial complex--Dwight David Eisenhower
chemical industry the manufacturers of chemicals considered collectively
plant department
building department
the division of a business responsible for building and maintaining the physical plant
Department of Health and Human Services
Health and Human Services
the United States federal department that administers all federal programs dealing with health and welfare, created in
Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons
international organization for chemical disarmament, administers the Chemical Weapons Convention


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