Ecology of Predator-Prey Interactions

Pedro Barbosa, Ignacio Castellanos
Oxford University Press, 11 de ago de 2005 - 416 páginas
This book addresses the fundamental issues of predator-prey interactions, with an emphasis on predation among arthropods, which have been better studied, and for which the database is more extensive than for the large and rare vertebrate predators. The book should appeal to ecologists interested in the broad issue of predation effects on communities.

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The Nature of Predation and PredatorPrey Interactions
Mutualisms as ConsumerResource Interactions
Learning as an Adaptive Response to Predation
Patterns of Inheritance of Foraging Traits in Predators
Sensory Physiological and Behavioral Perspectives
The Visual Ecology of PredatorPrey Interactions
The Production and Appropriation of Chemical Signals among
Phylogeny Ontogeny
Population and CommunityLevel Interactions
PredatorPrey Space Use as an Emergent Outcome of
Behavior of Predators and Prey and Links with PopulationLevel
The Consequences of Predator and Prey Adaptations for Top
Applied Consequences of PredatorPrey Interactions
Biodiversity Influences
The Importance of Carnivores

The Foundation of Nonlethal
PredatorPrey Interactions

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