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Main Title The inadequate environment : nitrogen and the abundance of animals /
Author White, T. C. R.
Publisher Springer-Verlag,
Year Published 1993
OCLC Number 29449540
ISBN 038756828X; 9780387568287; 354056828X (hbk. : Berlin : acid-free paper); 9783540568285 (hbk. : Berlin : acid-free paper)
Subjects Nitrogen--Environmental aspects. ; Nitrogen cycle. ; Ecologie. ; Stikstof. ; Artenreichtum.--(DE-588)4131912-6 ; Nahrungsaufnahme.--(DE-588)4126368-6 ; Populationsdynamik.--(DE-588)4046803-3 ; Stickstoff.--(DE-588)4125639-6 ; Tiere.--(DE-588)4060087-7 ; èOkologisches Gleichgewicht.--(DE-588)4123871-0 ; Azote--Aspect de l'environnement. ; Cycle de l'azote. ; Azote dans l'alimentation.
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EKCM  QH545.N5W48 1993 NHEERL/GED Library/Gulf Breeze,FL 06/20/1997
Collation xix , 425 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Notes
pt. I. The Inadequate Environment. Ch. 1. The Environment of All Organisms Is Inadequate. Ch. 2. Plants as Food for Herbivores -- pt. II. Herbivores in an Inadequate Environment. Ch. 3. Insects. Ch. 4. Crustaceans. Ch. 5. Molluscs. Ch. 6. Mammals. Ch. 7. Birds. Ch. 8. Reptiles. Ch. 9. Fish -- pt. III. Survival in an Inadequate Environment. Ch. 10. Strategies to Counter Shortage of Nitrogen. Ch. 11. Territorial and Social Behaviours. Ch. 12. Cannibalism -- pt. IV. Predators in an Inadequate Environment. Ch. 13. Vertebrates. Ch. 14. Invertebrates -- pt. V. The Alleviation of an Inadequate Environment: Outbreaks. Ch. 15. What is an Outbreak. Ch. 16. The Interaction of Food, Prey, and Predators in Outbreaks. Ch. 17. Cyclic Outbreaks. Ch. 18. The Influence of Weather on the Generation of Outbreaks.