Edited By: RN Hughes
232 pages, 39 illus
All animals feed selectively. This book examines the selectivity of feeding from a variety of viewpoints, and aims to provide a coherent view of the way in which organisms choose their diet. Contents include: digestive constraints on diet choice; foraging as a self-organisational learning process; competition and predation risk; and effects of ecological interactions on forager diets.
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