meso- + -logy; a compound with components derived from Ancient Greek μέσος (mésos, “meso-, middle”) + -λογία (-logía, “-logy, branch of study”). The term arose in various European languages c. 1850, but did not exist in Ancient Greek.
- The study of the mutual interrelationships between organisms and their environment; branch of biology; former term for ecology.
- Apart from genetics the mesology bears a great influence on the physical body.
- The environmental or sociological influence on a person.
- The mesology of a child can be resumed in two living environments: the family and the school.
branch of biology and environmental/sociological influence