Application of DNA barcoding for identification of freshwater carnivorous fish diets: Is number of prey items dependent on size class for Micropterus salmoides?

@article{Jo2014ApplicationOD,
  title={Application of DNA barcoding for identification of freshwater carnivorous fish diets: Is number of prey items dependent on size class for Micropterus salmoides?},
  author={Hyunbin Jo and Jeong-An Gim and K. Jeong and Heui-Soo Kim and G. Joo},
  journal={Ecology and Evolution},
  year={2014},
  volume={4},
  pages={219 - 229}
}
Understanding predator–prey interactions is a major challenge in ecological studies. In particular, the accurate identification of prey is a fundamental requirement in elucidating food-web structure. This study took a molecular approach in determining the species identity of consumed prey items of a freshwater carnivorous fish (largemouth bass, Micropterus salmoides), according to their size class. Thirty randomly selected gut samples were categorized into three size classes, based on the total… Expand
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