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Measurement of Predation and Biofilm Formation under Different Ambient Oxygen Conditions Using a Simple Gasbag-Based SystemKADOURI, Daniel E; TRAN, Aimy.Applied and environmental microbiology (Print). 2013, Vol 79, Num 17, pp 5264-5271, issn 0099-2240, 8 p.Article

Non-lethal effects of predation in birdsCRESSWELL, Will.Ibis (London. 1859). 2008, Vol 150, Num 1, pp 3-17, issn 0019-1019, 15 p.Article

Is arthropod predation exclusively satiation-driven?VAN RIJN, Paul C. J; BAKKER, Frank M; VAN DER HOEVEN, Wietske A. D et al.Oikos. 2005, Vol 109, Num 1, pp 101-116, issn 0030-1299, 16 p.Article

Differential predation drives overyielding of prey species in a patchy environmentWEIS, Jerome J; VASSEUR, David A.Oikos (København). 2014, Vol 123, Num 1, pp 79-88, issn 0030-1299, 10 p.Article

When trophically-transmitted parasites combine predation enhancement with predation suppression to optimize their transmissionMEDOC, Vincent; BEISEL, Jean-Nicolas.Oikos (København). 2011, Vol 120, Num 10, pp 1452-1458, issn 0030-1299, 7 p.Article

Successful predation of filamentous bacteria by a nanoflagellate challenges current models of flagellate bacterivoryWU, Qinglong L; BOENIGK, Jens; HAHN, Martin W et al.Applied and environmental microbiology (Print). 2004, Vol 70, Num 1, pp 332-339, issn 0099-2240, 8 p.Article

Comments on Guimaraes & Sawaya. Pretending to be venomous: is a snake's head shape a trustworthy signal to a predator?VALKONEN, Janne K; MAPPES, Johanna.Journal of tropical ecology. 2012, Vol 28, pp 123-124, issn 0266-4674, 2 p., 1Article

The snake head-shape signal: a reply to Valkonen & MappesGUIMARAES, Murilo; SAWAYA, Ricardo J.Journal of tropical ecology. 2012, Vol 28, pp 125-126, issn 0266-4674, 2 p., 1Article

Predation on egg capsules of Zidona dufresnei (Volutidae): ecological implicationsROCHE, Andrea; MAGGIONI, Matías; NARVARTE, Maite et al.Marine biology (Berlin). 2011, Vol 158, Num 12, pp 2787-2793, issn 0025-3162, 7 p.Article

Gleaning bats as underestimated predators of herbivorous insects : diet of Micronycteris microtis (Phyllostomidae) in PanamaKALKA, Margareta; KALKO, Elisabeth K. V.Journal of tropical ecology. 2006, Vol 22, pp 1-10, issn 0266-4674, 10 p., 1Article

The piece-by-piece predation of eteone longa on scolelepis squamata (polychaetes)-traces on the sediment documenting chase, defence and mutilationMarine biology (Berlin). 2005, Vol 147, Num 3, pp 719-724, issn 0025-3162, 6 p.Article

Patterns of nest predation on artificial and natural nests in forestsBURKE, Dawn M; ELLIOTT, Ken; MOORE, Levi et al.Conservation biology. 2004, Vol 18, Num 2, pp 381-388, issn 0888-8892, 8 p.Article

Predation on birds by a Cuckoo (Cuculidae), Mockingbird (Mimidae), and Saltator (Cardinalidae)KOMAR, Oliver; THURBER, Walter A.The Wilson bulletin (Wilson Ornithological Society). 2003, Vol 115, Num 2, pp 205-208, issn 0043-5643, 4 p.Article

Prey exchange rates and the impact of predators on prey populations in streamsCOOPER, S. D; WALDE, S. J; PECKARSKY, B. L et al.Ecology (Durham). 1990, Vol 71, Num 4, pp 1503-1514, issn 0012-9658, 12 p.Article

The reciprocal interaction of organism and effective environment : Learning more about 'And'KITCHELL, J.A.Causes of evolution. A paleontological perspective. 1990, pp 151-169Book Chapter

On the myrmecomorph Coquillettia insignis Whler (Hemiptera: Miridae): arthropod predators as operators in an ant-mimetic systemMCIVER, J. D.Zoological journal of the Linnean Society. 1987, Vol 90, Num 2, pp 133-144, issn 0024-4082Article

How do warning colours work? Conspicuousness may reduce recognition errors in experienced predatorsGUILFORD, T.Animal behaviour. 1986, Vol 34, Num 1, pp 286-288, issn 0003-3472Article

Predatory feeding of the hydromedusae Obelia geniculata and Phialella quadrataFULTON, R. S. III; WEAR, R. G.Marine biology (Berlin). 1985, Vol 87, Num 1, pp 47-54, issn 0025-3162Article

Group predatory behavior by the assassin bug Agriosphodrus dohrni Signoret (Hemiptera: Reduviidae)INOUE, H.Researches on population ecology. 1985, Vol 27, Num 2, pp 255-264, issn 0034-5466Article

A survey of intraspecific predation among reptiles and amphibiansPOLIS, G. A; MYERS, C. A.Journal of herpetology. 1985, Vol 19, Num 1, pp 99-107, issn 0022-1511Article

Wild birds prefer the familiar of striped and unstriped artificial preyRAYMOND, D. L.Biological Journal of the Linnean Society. 1984, Vol 23, Num 2-3, pp 229-235, issn 0024-4066Conference Paper

Jaguar (Panthera onca) hunting activity: effects of prey distribution and availabilityCARRILLO, Eduardo; FULLER, Todd K; SAENZ, Joel C et al.Journal of tropical ecology. 2009, Vol 25, pp 563-567, issn 0266-4674, 5 p., 5Article

Nocturnal activity by the primarily diurnal Central American agouti (Dasyprocta punctata) in relation to environmental conditions, resource abundance and predation riskLAMBERT, Thomas D; KAYS, Roland W; JANSEN, Patrick A et al.Journal of tropical ecology. 2009, Vol 25, pp 211-215, issn 0266-4674, 5 p., 2Article

Testing ecological and behavioral correlates of nest predationFONTAINE, Joseph J; MARTEL, Mireille; MARKLAND, Helen M et al.Oikos. 2007, Vol 116, Num 11, pp 1887-1894, issn 0030-1299, 8 p.Article

Post-strike behavior of timber rattlesnakes (Crotalus horridus) during natural predation eventsCLARK, Rulon W.Ethology. 2006, Vol 112, Num 11, pp 1089-1094, issn 0179-1613, 6 p.Article

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