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Study of Foraging of Organisms in the Ecosystem
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Text Books

 

  1. David W. Stephens, Joel Steven Brown, Ronald C. Ydenberg; Foraging: Behavior and Ecology; University of Chicago Press Ltd, London, 2007.
  2. Alan H. Brush (Editor), George A. Clark Jr. (Editor); Perspectives in Ornithology: Essays Presented for the Centennial of the American Ornithologists Union.

 

Journals

 

  1. Graham H. Pyke, Optimal Foraging Theory: A Critical Review. Ann. Rev. Ecol. Syst.15(523-75), 1984.
  2. Huey, R. B. and E. R. Pianka, Ecological consequences of foraging mode, Ecology 62: 991-999,1981.
  3. Inon Scharf, Einat Nulman, Ofer Ovadia, and Amos Bouskila, Efficiency Evaluation of Two Competing Foraging Modes under Different Conditions, vol. 168, no. 3 The American Naturalist, September 2006.
  4. Marguerite A. Butler, Foraging mode of the chameleon, Bradypodion pumilum: a challenge to the sit-and-wait versus active forager paradigm?, Biological Journal of the Linnean Society, 2005, 84, 797–808, 2004.
     

 

Webliography

 

  1. uts.cc.utexas.edu/~varanus/foraging.html
  2. http://www.mendeley.com/research/optimal-foraging-theory-marine-context-3/

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