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Predators Do More Than Kill Prey


January 17, 2008

killifish In a new study characterizing the complex ecological interactions that shape how organisms evolve, University of California, Riverside, biologists Matthew Walsh and David Reznick present a novel way of quantifying the indirect effects of predators by showing that prey adapt to food availability, as well as the presence of predators. Full Story

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