⇄SuchrichtungÜbersetzung für 'carnivory' von Englisch nach Deutsch
Karnivorie {f}
Zoophagie {f}
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Übersetzung für 'carnivory' von Englisch nach Deutsch

Karnivorie {f}spec.zool.

Zoophagie {f}biol.
Anwendungsbeispiele Englisch
  • Peter Fritsch and his coauthors decided to do a more comprehensive test for carnivory on "P.
  • "Kryptobaatar" was a hopping species, similar to a modern Jerboa. It is thought to have been a carnivory-oriented omnivore.
  • Like all "Pinguicula", the roots are undeveloped, and are mainly used to absorb water and anchor the plant, nutrients are absorbed through carnivory.
  • It has been noted that most gliding mammals are predominantly herbivorous, which would make volaticothere carnivory truly exceptional.
  • Some of the species on this list may not satisfy certain strict definitions of plant carnivory, and could alternatively be characterised as merely "paracarnivorous" or "protocarnivorous".
  • Carnivory in teasels was discussed by Francis Darwin (son of Charles Darwin) in a paper held by the Royal Society.
  • Carnivory in plants has evolved at least six times independently, some examples include the Venus flytrap, Pitcher plant, and Butterworts.
  • Either would be exceptional evidence of carnivory among ornithischians.
  • "Nepenthes ampullaria" has largely moved away from carnivory and acquires a substantial portion of its nutrients from digesting leaf matter that falls to the forest floor.
  • Many instances of convergent evolution are known in plants, including the repeated development of C4 photosynthesis, seed dispersal by fleshy fruits adapted to be eaten by animals, and carnivory.
  • Indeed: It began with single-celled organisms, before multicellular creatures, and so carnivory predates the clear distinction between plants and animals (herbivory / carnivory).
  • This is probably an adaptation to low light levels and insect scarcity during the winter months, and shows clearly the cost of carnivory.
  • vesiculosa" is able to grow in nutrient-poor habitats not only due to its carnivory, but also due to its ability to re-utilize nutrients from senesced shoots, and its high affinity for mineral nutrients in water.
  • One common trait found in several Lamiales families that may have led to carnivory is the secretion of proteinase mucilage through leaf surfaces.
  • Evidence of partial carnivory among some oviraptorines comes from a lizard skeleton preserved in the body cavity of the type specimen of "Oviraptor" and two hatchling "Byronosaurus" skulls found in a "Citipati" nest.
  • "Thylophorops" species (as well as several other contemporary opossum genera) show a high degree of speciation towards carnivory compared to most living didelphines.
  • It is widely believed that carnivory evolved under extremely nutrient-poor conditions, leading to a cost-benefit model for botanical carnivory.
  • Its molar teeth were specialized for carnivory; the cups and crest were reduced or elongated to give the molars a cutting blade.
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