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Synonyme wurden verwendet für: Diet specialization

Suche ohne Synonyme: keywords:(Diet specialization)

Verwendete Synonyme:

  • desorption induced by electronic transitions
  • diat
  • diattherapie
  • diet in disease
  • diet therapy
  • electron stimulated desorption
  • elektronisch induzierte desorption
  • elektronisch stimulierte desorption
  • ernahrung
  • ernahrungsforschung
  • ernahrungslehre
  • ernahrungsstatus
  • ernahrungstherapie
  • ernahrungswissenschaft
  • ernahrungswissenschaften
  • ernahrungszustand
  • esd
  • food science
  • lebensmittelforschung
  • lebensmittelwissenschaft
  • nahrungsaufnahme
  • nahrungsforschung
  • nutrition

Verwendete Synonyme:

  • sonderanfertigung
  • sonderausfuhrung
  • special type
  • special version
  • spezialausfuhrung
  • spezialisierung
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    The need for new categorizations of dietary specialism incorporating spatio‐temporal variability of individual diet specialization

    Pagani‐Núñez, E. / Barnett, C. A. / Gu, H. et al. | Wiley | 2016
    Schlagwörter: diet generalist, diet specialist, individual diet specialization
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    Spatio‐temporal, ontogenetic and interindividual variation of age‐0 diets in a population of yellow perch

    Roswell, Charles R. / Pothoven, Steven A. / Höök, Tomas O. | Wiley | 2013
    Schlagwörter: diet selection, specialization
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    Protective role of the vulture facial skin and gut microbiomes aid adaptation to scavenging

    Zepeda Mendoza, Marie Lisandra / Roggenbuck, Michael / Manzano Vargas, Karla et al. | BASE | 2018
    Schlagwörter: Diet specialization
  4.  

    Nonlinear effect of density on trophic niche width and between‐individual variation in diet in a neotropical cichlid

    Mateus, Lúcia / Ortega, Jean / Mendes, Angélica et al. | Wiley | 2016
    Schlagwörter: diet overlap, individual specialization
  5.  

    Protective role of the vulture facial skin and gut microbiomes aid adaptation to scavenging

    Mendoza, Marie Lisandra Zepeda / Roggenbuck, Michael / Manzano Vargas, Karla et al. | BASE | 2018
    Schlagwörter: Diet specialization
  6.  

    Dietary specialization and climatic‐linked variations in extant populations of Ethiopian wolves

    Marino, Jorgelina / Mitchell, Rebecca / Johnson, Paul J. | Wiley | 2010
    Schlagwörter: diet, specialization
  7.  

    Interindividual patterns of resource use in three subtropical Atlantic Forest frogs

    Carvalho‐Rocha, Vítor / Lopes, Benedito Cortês / Neckel‐Oliveira, Selvino | Wiley | 2017
    Schlagwörter: individual specialization, optimum diet theory
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    Metabolic adaptations for isopod specialization in three species of Dysdera spiders from the Canary Islands

    Toft, Søren / Macías‐Hernández, Nuria | Wiley | 2017
    Schlagwörter: nutrition, prey specialization
  9.  

    First report of ‘mining’ as a feeding behaviour among Australian manna‐feeding birds

    Case, Samuel B. / Edworthy, Amanda B. | Wiley | 2016
    Schlagwörter: diet specialist, specialization
  10.  

    Genetic factors affecting food‐plant specialization of an oligophagous seed predator

    Laukkanen, L. / Leimu, R. / Muola, A. et al. | Wiley | 2012
    Schlagwörter: diet specialization, evolution of specialization, food‐plant specialization
  11.  

    Diet specificity is not associated with increased reproductive performance of Golden Eagles Aquila chrysaetos in Western Scotland

    WHITFIELD, D. P. / REID, ROBIN / HAWORTH, PAUL F. et al. | Wiley | 2009
    Schlagwörter: diet breadth, feeding specialization
  12.  

    Evolutionary history of mycorrhizal symbioses and global host plant diversity

    Brundrett, Mark C. / Tedersoo, Leho | Wiley | 2018
    Schlagwörter: habitat specialization, plant nutrition
  13.  

    Relative prey abundance and predator preference predict individual diet variation in prey‐switching experiments

    Coblentz, Kyle E. | Wiley | 2020
    Schlagwörter: individual diet specialization
  14.  

    What causes the vulnerability of endemic animals? A case study from Sri Lanka

    Wijesinghe, Mayuri R. / Brooke, M. de L. | Wiley | 2004
    Schlagwörter: diet specialization
  15.  

    Seasonal shifts and complementary use of pollen sources by two bees, a lacewing and a ladybeetle species in European agricultural landscapes

    Bertrand, Colette / Eckerter, Philipp W. / Ammann, Lolita et al. | Wiley | 2019
    Schlagwörter: pollen diet, resource specialization
  16.  

    Measuring partner choice in plant–pollinator networks: using null models to separate rewiring and fidelity from chance

    MacLeod, Molly / Genung, Mark A. / Ascher, John S. et al. | Wiley | 2016
    Schlagwörter: diet breadth, specialization
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    Does sexual segregation occur during the nonbreeding period? A comparative analysis in spatial and feeding ecology of three Calonectris shearwaters

    De Felipe, Fernanda / Reyes‐González, José M. / Militão, Teresa et al. | Wiley | 2019
    Schlagwörter: diet specialization
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    Habitat heterogeneity induces rapid changes in the feeding behaviour of generalist arthropod predators

    Staudacher, Karin / Rennstam Rubbmark, Oskar / Birkhofer, Klaus et al. | Wiley | 2018
    Schlagwörter: molecular diet analysis, specialization index
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    Preferences for exotic flowers do not promote urban life in butterflies

    Bergerot, Benjamin / Fontaine, Benoit / Renard, Mathilde et al. | Elsevier | 2010
    Schlagwörter: Butterfly diet, Butterfly Feeding Specialization
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    Frequent bird movements across a highly fragmented landscape: the role of species traits and forest matrix

    Neuschulz, E. L. / Brown, M. / Farwig, N. | Wiley | 2012
    Schlagwörter: diet, habitat specialization

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