The Ethology of Predation

@inproceedings{Curio1976TheEO,
  title={The Ethology of Predation},
  author={Prof. Dr. Eberhard Curio},
  booktitle={Zoophysiology and Ecology},
  year={1976}
}
  • Prof. Dr. Eberhard Curio
  • Published in Zoophysiology and Ecology 1976
  • Biology
  • 1 Internal Factors.- A. Hunger: Expression through Overt behavior.- I. Predatory Schedules.- 1. Patterns of Satiation.- 2. Feast and Famine.- II. Hunger and Diel Rhythms.- III. The Ramification of Hunger Effects.- 1. Capture-eliciting Prey Stimuli.- 2. Search behavior.- IV. The Motivation Underlying Feeding Responses.- 1. Hunger Thresholds of Feeding Response Components.- 2. The Complexity of Predatory Motivation.- V. The Diversity of Foraging Tactics.- VI. Feeding Components Affected and not… CONTINUE READING
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