Definitions for ecesisɪˈsi sɪs
Random House Webster's College Dictionary
the establishment of an immigrant plant in a new environment.
Origin of ecesis:
1900–05; < Gk oíkēsis act of inhabiting
(ecology) the process by which a plant or animal becomes established in a new habitat
The process of successful establishment of a plant or animal species in a habitat that was barren previously/ or was left barren due to some catastrophe.
Origin: From οἴκισις
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