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  • Strategies for reducing fat in the UK diet
  • Le régime alimentaire de Macaca sylvanus dans différents habitats d'Algérie: I.-Régime en chênaie décidue. (The diet of Macaca sylvanus in various Algerian habitats. I. The diet in deciduous oak forest)
  • Urban-rural contrasts in diet : the case of China
  • China ; Diet ; Food ; Food consumption ; Food habit
  • Convergence in European diets : the case of alcoholic beverages
  • Diet and habitat of toxodont megaherbivores (Mammalia, Notoungulata) from the late Quaternary of South and Central America
  • Argentina ; Bolivia ; Brazil ; Central America ; Diet ; Habitat ; Holocene ; Honduras ; Isotope analysis ; Mammal ; Palaeo-ecology ; Palaeontology ; Peru ; Pleistocene ; Quaternary ; South America
  • These toxodont megaherbivores were endemic to South and Central America during the late Quaternary. Isotopic signatures of 47 toxodont teeth were analysed to reconstruct diet and ancient habitat. Tooth enamel carbon isotope data from 6 regions
  • of South and Central America indicate significant differences in toxodont diet and local vegetation during the late Quaternary.
  • The autumn diet of the Rock Partridge is described, based on 114 crop contents collected between 1981 and 1983. The diet varied from one year to the next, apparently depending on the amount of rainfall in autumn which influences the availability
  • of food. Altitude also play a role| the diet was more varied at middle elevations (1000-1900 m) than higher up (1900-2600 m), reflecting the higher plant species richness at middle altitudes.
  • Implications for late Pleistocene mastodon diet from opal phytoliths in tooth calculus
  • Diet ; Kansas ; Mammal ; Palaeo-ecology ; Palaeobiogeography ; Pleistocene ; Quaternary ; United States of America
  • of the diet. Abundant pooid phytoliths, in addition to diatoms, indicate that these mastodons grazed in a cool, moist late Pleistocene environment, possibly near water.
  • Some considerations in the field measurement of diet
  • Bibliography ; Biogeochemical cycle ; Biogeography ; Carbon ; Climatic variation ; Diet ; Ecosystem ; Geochemistry ; Isotope analysis ; Oxygen 18 ; Photosynthesis
  • of elements, the development and spread of different photosynthetic pathways and diets of animals in palaeoecosystems. The A. presents papers published from 1992 to 2003.
  • Diet and co-ecology of Pleistocene short-faced bears and brown bears in eastern Beringia
  • Alaska ; Canada ; Diet ; Ecology ; Interspecific competition ; Isotope analysis ; Mammal ; Model ; Palaeontology ; Pleistocene ; Quaternary ; Yukon Territory
  • Deprivation, diet, and food-retail access : findings from the Leeds food deserts study
  • Deprivation ; Diet ; England ; Enquiry ; Food ; Food consumption ; Leeds ; Living standard ; Poverty ; Shopping behaviour ; Social exclusion ; United Kingdom ; Urban district
  • Bodies made of grass made of earth made of bodies : organicism, diet and national health in mid-twentieth-century England
  • Diet ; England ; Food ; Health ; Historical geography ; Social geography ; Soil ; United Kingdom
  • Agribusiness ; Diet ; Distance ; Economic geography ; Food ; Proximity ; Shrimp ; Way of life
  • of Norbert Elias the article tackles the relationship between food-industry, economics of desires, diets, lifestyle and several types of consumption. The subject is exemplified by the global trade in shrimps. - (IfL)
  • Le régime alimentaire de huit carabidés (Coleoptera) communs en milieu forestier. (The diet of eight carabid beetles common in forests)
  • Le régime alimentaire de Abax ater Vill. (Coleoptera, Carabidae). (The diet of Abax ater Vill. (Coleoptera, Carabidae))
  • The seasonal and local variations of the diet of the lizard Eremias olivieri (Lacertidae) were studied on the Kerkennah islands, off the coast of Tunisia. A total of 247 stomach was examined. The wide range of the food items ingested, and the lack
  • of a close relationship between the size of the prey and that of the predator, emphasizes the dietary opportunism of Eremias olivieri. Such a diet is considered as adaptive to the scarcity of food resources of the semi-desertic environment of the Kerkennah
  • The diet of the lizard Psammodromus algirus was studied on the small Isola dei Conigli, near lampedusa, Sicily. A comparison is made with diet of the population studied by Mellado (1975) in the south of Spain. Both plant and animal remains were
  • The discovery of a unique organic deposit in a dry cave on the Colorado Plateau, southern Utah, permits the first comparison of the physical characteristics and the diet of the dung of the extinct mammoths from the arid Southwest, North America
  • , with that of mammoths from Siberia and northern China, the only other known locations of such remains. Grasses and sedges dominated the diet, although woody species were commonly eaten.
  • Beijing ; China ; Diet ; Habitat ; Isotope analysis ; Mammal ; Palaeo-ecology ; Palaeoclimate ; Palaeontology ; Pleistocene ; Quaternary
  • In this study, the carbon and oxygen isotopic ratios of structural carbonate in fossil tooth enamel from a diverse group of herbivores from Zhoukoudian are analyzed. The objective is to determine the ratio of C3 to C4 plants in the diet
  • Examination of ingredients of recipes as a creative way to get students to ponder the origins of the food sources in their diet. - (DWG)