predator-prey

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  • A typical example of this kind of relationship is the predator-prey relationship.
  • Since then, some authors have used the word to describe the difference between modelled and real predator-prey interactions.
  • However cracks started to appear when a study was made of predator-prey relationship of wolf and elks.
  • As an example, a balanced predator-prey relationship is nearly impossible to maintain in even the largest aquaria.
  • Over the years, his research has focused primarily on the subjects of population regulation, predator-prey dynamics, and biological control.
  • Examples include predator-prey competition and host-parasite competition.
  • Food webs provide a framework within which a complex network of predator-prey interactions can be organised.
  • Several factors play into these fluctuating populations and help stabilize predator-prey dynamics.
  • This group tested the effect of dispersal ability on predator-prey population dynamics.
  • Besides fencing off large land tracts a natural setting would be maintained, in which predator-prey dynamics would take their course uninterrupted.
  • More generally than coexistence, prey switching has often been proposed to stabilise predator-prey dynamics.
  • The existence of these extinct giants suggests that predator-prey interactions involving lemurs were more complex than they are today.
  • As with the yellow perch, this predator-prey relationship could cause toxins and microorganisms to move up the food chain.
  • In natural communities, organisms are able to interact with each other creating complex food webs and predator-prey dynamics.
  • This theory applies to predator-prey associations, but is most often applied to plant-herbivore associations.
  • The Osprey is notable as the best example of the predator-prey relationship within the Mount Henry Peninsula region.
  • This model may be made more complex by addition of another species in several different ways, including but not limited to game theoretic approaches, predator-prey interactions, etc.
  • Recently, two interesting examples of predator-prey signaling were found in caterpillars and ground squirrels.
  • The island is well known among ecologists as the site of a long-term study of a predator-prey system, between moose and eastern timber wolves.
  • Different aspects of crypsis and sensory abilities may be more or less pronounced in given predator-prey species pairs.
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