Predation BIO 301-01
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Date Created: 10/16/16
Predation (diversity inducer) Predator other living organisms as energy sources ● Herbivore browsers, seas ● Carnivory ● Parasitoid Predation not population control Large predator old and sick Wolves high population [ prey extinct then wolves extinct] Lions + wildebeest (GNU)  [200,000] ~12,000/yr 8% young born/yr [predator guild] [herbivore guild] Predator removal Pisaster (starfish) rocky coast (west) [done for 6 years] [15 species to start off with] [after a couple of years species reduced to 8] [at the end of 68 years; 1 species left] [myths mussel] Seed predation + tree diversity tropical forests Seedling predation daniel janzen Predators tree as a “flag” [primate, pigs, rodents] Top predators jaguar + harpy eagle Cropping principle diversity inducer
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