the successful establishment of a plant or animal in a new locality
Origin of ecesis; from Classical Greek oik?sis, act of dwelling, residence ; from oikein, to inhabit ; from oikos, house (see eco-) + -sis, feminine suffix of action
The successful establishment of a plant or animal species in a habitat.
Origin of ecesisFrom Greek oik&emacron;sis, inhabitation, from oikein, to dwell, from oikos, house; see weik-1 in Indo-European roots.
From Ancient Greek οἴκισις (oikisis, “colonization”).