2007

Predation in Organisms

A Distinct Phenomenon

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ISBN: 978-3-540-46044-2 (Print) 978-3-540-46046-6 (Online)

Table of contents (13 chapters)

  1. Front Matter

    Pages I-XIV

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    Pages 1-5

    An introduction to predation in organisms

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    Pages 7-26

    Predation due to changes in environment: Ostracod provinciality at the Paleocene-Eocene thermal maximum in North and West Africa and the Middle East

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    Pages 27-37

    Predation on Miocene ostracods of Wadi Um Ashtan, Mersa Matruh, Western Desert, Egypt

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    Pages 39-57

    Ostracod carnivory through time

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    Pages 59-86

    Trophic relationships in crustacean decapods of a river with a floodplain

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    Pages 87-122

    The role of predation in shaping biological communities, with particular emphasis to insects

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    Pages 123-149

    Biological control of mosquito populations: An applied aspect of pest control by means of natural enemies

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    Pages 151-170

    A case for cannibalism: Confamilial and conspecific predation by naticid gastropods, Cretaceous through Pleistocene of the United States Coastal Plain

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    Pages 171-176

    On models for the dynamics of predator-prey interaction

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    Pages 177-220

    Evolutionary consequences of predation: avoidance, escape, reproduction, and diversification

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    Pages 221-263

    Predation impacts and management strategies for wildlife protection

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    Pages 265-293

    Invasive Predators: a synthesis of the past, present, and future

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    Pages 295-308

    Predator-prey interaction of Brazilian Cretaceous toothed pterosaurs: a case example

  15. Back Matter

    Pages 309-314