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various chemicals elaborated by animals have an ecological bearing, sponges from different eco-proflles such as exposed, boring, burrowing and also those In relation to various types of simbiotlc relationships, have to be dealt with sepsirately for understanding the fundamental mechanism of ecological interactions. Hence, it is hoped that interdisciplinary studies between ecologists and chemists within the frame work based on ecological and evolutionary theories would be more meaningful in the field of Marine Product Chemistry.
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