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Food chains to fish

Gardens, Wild Foods, Fish and Hunting

Reef Fishes: Diversity, Feeding, and Food Chains

Unpredictability in food supply during early life influences boldness in fish

Does copepod size determine food consumption of particulate feeding fish?

Effects of gelatinous plankton on Black Sea and Sea of Azov fish and their food resources

Marine and terrestrial food sources in the diet of the fish-eating myotis (Myotis vivesi)

The Effects of NPY and Insulin on Food Intake Regulation in Fish1

Loaves and fishes: food in poor households in late nineteenth-century London

Body size and vigilance mediate asymmetric interference competition for food in fish larvae

Tropical fish poisoning in temperate climates: food poisoning from ciguatera toxin presenting in Avonmouth

Seasonal variation in the consumption of food by fish in the North Sea and implications for food web dynamics

Food Safety Requirements and Food Exports from Developing Countries: The Case of Fish Exports from Kenya to the European Union

Dietary composition and the potential of food competition between 0-group cod (Gadus morhua L.) and some other fish species in the littoral zone

Theme Session on Intermediate-Scale Physical Processes and Their Influence on the Transport and Food Environment of Fish

Convention between Great Britain and the United States respecting the Protection etc. of Food Fishes in Contiguous Waters, signed at Washington, 11 April 1908

Long-term growth and movement in relation to food supply and social status in a stream fish

 

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