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Bleeding 82) Cain's carnivory (and what it represents) results in the destruction of all of the gazelle herds of the sandy deserts.
I would only note that, in either case, it is the modern weird tale that has transformed the tree into a man-eater: again, in its original incarnations--or, rather, inflorescences--we see that the Waq-Waq Tree was more marvelous than monstrous, growing human-shaped fruits without practicing carnivory.
Psouni noted that their results provide insight into how carnivory may have contributed to early humans spreading on Earth.
Carnivory in the bromeliad Brocchinia reducta, with a cost/benefit model for the general restriction of carnivorous plants to sunny, moist, nutrient-poor habitats.
Archaeologists know that the roots of carnivory stretch deep into the past, but the details of meat sharing have been sketchy--and they are important details because they reflect the evolutionary development in human economic and social behaviors.
lowii plants lack the features associated with carnivory and are instead visited by tree shrews, which defecate into them after feeding on exudates that accumulate on the pitcher lid.
A very handy synopsis of carnivory in general is presented, with a taxonomic overview table I find myself referring to frequently.
Carnivory versus herbivory in juvenile Penaeus setfierus (Linnaeus) and Penaeus aztecus (Ives).
Hominid carnivory and foraging strategies, and the socio-economic function of early archaeological sites.
If it is assumed that normal feeding provides these reserves, as most studies of carnivory suggest, and the chemical analysis presented here suggests, then episodic capture may provide an additional accumulation.
Gut structure and function may be expected to change with this ontogenetic shift from carnivory to herbivory.
As a test of this prediction, a survey of estrogen and testosterone concentrations in a wide range of vertebrate species representing carnivory, omnivory, specialist herbivory, and generalist herbivory should reveal a general pattern of increasing sex steroid concentrations.