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effects of fish-grazing on invertebrate evolution in shallow tropical waters

Gerald J. Bakus

effects of fish-grazing on invertebrate evolution in shallow tropical waters

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Published by University of Southern California Press in Los Angeles .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Fanning Island (Kiribati)
    • Subjects:
    • Coral reef ecology.,
    • Fishes -- Food.,
    • Invertebrates -- Ecolution.,
    • Sponges.,
    • Fanning Island (Kiribati)

    • Edition Notes

      Bibliography: p. 25-29.

      Other titlesFish-grazing on invertebrate evolution in shallow tropical waters.
      Statementby Gerald J. Bakus.
      SeriesAllan Hancock Foundation publications. Occasional paper ;, no. 27, Allan Hancock Foundation publications., no. 27.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsQH301 .L742 no. 27, QH541.5.C7 .L742 no. 27
      The Physical Object
      Pagination29 p. :
      Number of Pages29
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3905718M
      LC Control Number81468344

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Get this from a library. The effects of fish-grazing on invertebrate evolution in shallow tropical waters. [Gerald J Bakus]. Synopsis. The foraging strategy of the stonefish, Synanceia verrucosa was investigated. Using regular- and high-speed cinematography (32–1, fps), experiments were designed to test the idea that the stonefish utilizes a functional repertoire of feeding modes that Cited by: Zoogeography of the Shallow-Water Cirriped Fauna of the Galápagos Islands and Adjacent Regions in the Tropical Eastern PacificThe effects of fish-grazing on invertebrate evolution in shallow tropical waters, Allan Hancock Found.

Pub. 27 (Cirripedia, Chthamaloidea), a new species of barnacle from the tropical eastern Pacific Cited by: I am very grateful to g. May, G. Swan, M. Williamson, and especially D. Goodman for commenting on this work in manuscript, and for bringing to my attention a number of related works in the literature of which I had been unaware.

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An inverse association between ability to regenerate and structural complexity (i.e. internal differentiation and integration), illustrated by comparisons among animal phyla, suggests a dichotomy between suites of morphological traits that promote recovery from damage vs traits that promote resistance to damage.

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The Effects of Fish-grazing on Invertebrate Evolution in Shallow Tropical Waters. 29pp, ill, 23 cm, biblAllan Hancock Foundation publications. Occasional paper no. University of Southern California Press, Los Angeles.

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This trend, however, was attributable to high levels of invertebrate grazing in a single by: 2. OCLC Number: Description: 2 volumes: illustrations ; 25 cm: Contents: volume 1.

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