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  • Author:
    Jan Pinowski,S. Charles Kendeigh
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    Cambridge University Press; 1 edition (January 27, 1978)
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    350 pages
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Granivorous Birds in Ecosystems book. This book was first published in 1977. It deals with the importance of weed seed and grain-eating birds in natural and agricultural environments

Granivorous Birds in Ecosystems book. It deals with the importance of weed seed and grain-eating birds in natural and agricultural environments. These birds are to be found worldwide and are a component of man-made ecosystems where they are associated with man's main food crops. An analysis is made of their evolution and genetics, population dynamics, energy and food requ This book was first published in 1977.

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Kendeigh, S. Charles (Samuel Charles), 1904-; Pinowski, Jan. Bookplateleaf. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Sony Alpha-A6300 (Control). Trent University Library Donation. Internet Archive Books. Uploaded by station12. cebu on May 28, 2019. SIMILAR ITEMS (based on metadata).

Granivorous birds in ecosystems: Their evolution, populations, energetics, adaptations, impact and control. International Biological Programme 12. London: Cambridge University Press. ISBN 978-0-521-21504-6. Mourer-Chauviré, C. (1975)

Granivorous birds in ecosystems: Their evolution, populations, energetics, adaptations, impact and control. (1975). Les oiseaux du Pléistocène moyen et supérieur de France". Documents des Laboratoires de Géologie de la Faculté des Sciences de Lyon (in French). 64 (parts 1 and 2): 1–261, 263–624.

Yet, their negative impacts can be extreme Jan Pinowski. Samuel Charles Kendeigh.

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Granivorous birds in ecosystems, their evolution, populations, energetics, adaptations, impact, and . by S. Published January 27, 1978 by Cambridge University Press. Ecology, Birds, Granivores.

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Granivorous Birds in Ecosystems: Their Evolution, Populations, Energetics, Adaptations, Impact and Control by Jan Pinowski, S. Water Relations in Membrane Transport in Plants and Animals by Arthur M. Jungreis, Thomas K. Hodges, Arnost Kleinzeller, Stanley G. Schultz.

International Biological Programme Synthesis Series. Cambridge University Press. It deals with the importance of weed seed and grain-eating birds in natural and agricultural environments

International Biological Programme Synthesis Series. An analysis is made of their evolution and genetics, population dynamics, energy and food requirements, impact on ecosystems and control.

This book was first published in 1977. It deals with the importance of weed seed and grain-eating birds in natural and agricultural environments. These birds are to be found worldwide and are a component of man-made ecosystems where they are associated with man's main food crops. An analysis is made of their evolution and genetics, population dynamics, energy and food requirements, impact on ecosystems and control. Principles, procedures and basic data are presented that can be applied to the evaluation and control of pest species anywhere in the world. In this synthesis volume full use is made of the systems approach, the ecological and evolutionary aspects of the study are integrated. In linking the studies with fundamental work on bioenergetics, new insights are provided into the behavioural and applied aspects of granivory. Studies which encompass archaeological and anthropological investigations form a backcloth for the detailed interpretation of the population biology and bioenergetics of birds.