antipredator

antipredator

(ˌæntɪˈprɛdətə)
adj
(Animals) discouraging or protecting against predators
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Because differences in antipredator behavior between male and female newts have been documented (Rohr et al, 2002), we conducted Two-Way ANOVA's on the change in number of moves and the change in time moving with treatment and sex as the two main effect factors.
Regarding to the predation risk, known as the most important factor of grouping behaviour, ungulates will generally increase group size as a successful antipredator strategy (Caro et al.
The paper, Caller Characteristics Influence Recruitment To Collective Antipredator Events In Jackdaws, is published in the journal Scientific Reports.
Cost of complex behaviour and its implications in antipredator defence in orb-web spiders.
However, antipredator behaviors are costly to maintain, and the strength of aversion should decrease over time if risks are no longer encountered (Blumstein 2006, Stankowich and Coss 2007).
The gastropods of the genus Pomacea have already been studied for various aspects, antipredator behavior (Ueshima & Yusa, 2014), temperature effects on the shells (Yoshida et al., 2013; Bae & Park, 2015) the environment effects on shell shapes (Estebenet & Martin, 2003) effects of its introduction into other environments (Rawlings et al., 2007; Horgan et al., 2014) reproduction (Estoy Jr et al., 2002; Barnes et al., 2008; Wu et al., 2011) and its behavior in Amazon floodplain areas (Watanabe et al., 2015; Fonseca et al., 2017).
Antipredator behavioural compensation of proactive personality trait in male Eurasian siskins.
The effect of prey size on its antipredator behavior in a snail crayfish system.
An unexpected result of the escalating exposes in show biz is the expansion of the antipredator reforms to include nonentertainment spheres, which have their own power-tripping 'inducers and seducers' to expose and defang.