autecic au·te·cic (ô-tē’sĭk) or au·te·cious (-shəs)
Relating to or being a parasite that infects the same host throughout its entire lifecycle.
. adjective a variant spelling of autoecious
. the development of the entire life cycle of a parasitic fungus on a single host or group of hosts.
a branch of dealing with the individual organism or species in relation to its environment. noun the ecological study of an individual organism or species Compare synecology autecology (ô’tĭ-kŏl’ə-jē) The branch of ecology that deals with the biological relationship between an individual organism or an individual species and its environment. Compare synecology.
a former town, now part of Paris, France: noted for residences of Boileau, Talleyrand, Molière, La Fontaine, and other eminent people. Historical Examples He takes the Liverpool steamer, just as we take the little boat for Auteuil, without any more fuss, without any more preparation. Jonathan and His Continent Max O’Rell There would be great […]