2 edition of Microhistological techniques for food habits analyses found in the catalog.
Microhistological techniques for food habits analyses
Mark K Johnson
by U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, Southern Forest Experiment Station in New Orleans, La
Written in English
|Statement||Mark K. Johnson, Helen Wofford and Henry A. Pearson|
|Series||Research paper SO -- 199|
|Contributions||Wofford, Helen, Pearson, H. A., Southern Forest Experiment Station (New Orleans, La.)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||i, 40 p. :|
|Number of Pages||40|
Johnson MK, Wofford H, Pearson HA () Microhistological techniques for food habits analyses. United States Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Research paper SO, New Orleans, p 40 Google Scholar. alternative is the non-invasive fecal analyses through technical microhistological (Abbas, ). The main advantages of the use of feces in these types of studies are: not to interfere with the habits of the animal, limitless number of samples, and eventually, the choice of .
Microhistological characteristics of selected aquatic plants of Florida, with techniques for the study of manatee food habits. Washington, DC: U.S. Dept. of the Interior, Fish and Wildlife Service, Research and Development, . Microhistological techniques were used to determine seasonal food habits of mule deer on the Fort Stanton Experimental Ranch. Data indicated that mule deer subsisted on a diet dominated by browse species, of which wavyleaf oak and juniper were .
Food production is another important component of nutrition and health. This is a complex issue with lots of factors, some of which you cannot control. For example, food grown in healthy soil will supply necessary trace minerals to the food, but when soils are pressured for large-scale production, essential trace minerals can be lost. Microhistological analysis has become widely used for food habit studies in-volving wild and domestic ungulates since described by Baumgartner and Martin (). The technique was later verified by Sparks and Malechek (), Holechek and Gross (), and others. Techniques of sample preparation for microhistological analysis have been de-.
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Techniques used to prepare and quantify herbivore diet samples for microhistological analyses are described. Plant fragments are illustrated for more than 50 selected plants common on longleaf-slash pine-bluestem range in the southeastern United by: Genre/Form: Field guides: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Johnson, Mark K.
Microhistological techniques for food habits analyses. New Orleans, La.: U.S. Genre/Form: book: Additional Physical Format: Print version: McIntire, Patrick W. Microhistological technique for analysis of food habits of mycophagous rodents. Get this from a library. A microhistological technique for analysis of food habits of mycophagous rodents.
[Patrick W McIntire; Andrew B. A microhistological technique for analysis of food habits of mycophagous rodents / Related Titles. Series: Research paper PNW ; By. McIntire, Patrick W.
Carey, Andrew B. Pacific Northwest Research Station (Portland, Or.) Type. Book Material. A microhistological technique for analysis of food habits of mycophagous rodents. Res. Pap. PNW-RPo Portland, OR: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Research Station. 16 p.
We present a technique, based on microhistological analysis of. Microhistological analysis of food habits in the tropics Article (PDF Available) in Revista de estudios de la vida local January with 50 Reads How we measure 'reads'.
Microhistological techniques for food habits analyses / Mark K. Johnson, Helen Wofford and Henry A. Pearson. Microhistological techniques for food habits analyses Volume of Research paper SO.
U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Southern Forest Experimental Station; Hansson L. Methods of Morphological Diet Micreo-Analysis in Rodents.
Oikos. ; – doi: / Diet composition of feral horse fecal samples from Little Book Cliffs herd management area in Colorado by microhistological and plant DNA barcoding analyses. Percentage composition of each plant genus or species was summed across all samples and combined with other unknown or rare members of that plant type when the sum was.
Microhistological techniques are used in many studies of food habits in herbivores. A photographic key for the microhistological identification of Arctic and Subarctic plant species is presented. Fecal samples for microhistological food habits analysis were collected monthly by live- trapping marked Allegheny woodrats in the Ridge and V alley and Allegheny Plateau phys- iographic provinces.
Microhistological techniques for food habits analyses Volume of Research paper SO. U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Southern Forest Experimental Station. Google Scholar Kowalczyk R, Taberlet P, Kaminski T, Coissace E, Valentin A, Miquel C, Wojcik JM.
Abstract. Nutria (Myocastor coypus) diets and food preferences in selected freshwater forested wetlands of Louisiana were determined by microhistological examination of fecal pellets and stomach minor andSpirodela polyrrhiza (duckweeds) dominated the diet (yearly mean %) during all seasons on 4 of 6 sites sampled.
Nutria also ate substantial amounts. An illustration of an open book. Books. An illustration of two cells of a film strip. Video. An illustration of an audio speaker. Audio. An illustration of a " floppy disk. A microhistological technique for analysis of food habits of mycophagous rodents Item Preview remove-circle.
Food habits of the Moroccan dorcas gazelle, Gazella dorcas massaesyla, previously investigated in the s using microhistological fecal analysis, in the M’Sabih Talaa Reserve, west central Morocco, were re-evaluated over three seasons (spring, summer and autumn ) using the trnL approach to determine the diet composition and its seasonal.
The assessment of food remains in scats is widely used to study dietary habits of animals (Putman ; Litvaitis ), particularly where stomach content analysis or direct observation is gh this method has disadvantages such as variable digestion of food remains which can lead to over- or underestimation of consumed materials (Putman.
Food Habits of Asian Elephants Elephas maximus in a Rainforest of Northern Peninsular Malaysia Article (PDF Available) in Mammal Study 41(3). Microhistological Techniques for Food Habits Analyses Mark K.
Johnson, Helen Wofford and Henry A. Pearson INTRODUCTION The use of micro-anatomical features for identifica-tion of plants in diets of herbivores has received wide application since the early reports of Baumgartner and Martin (), Norris (), and Dusi ().
and microhistological analysis of feces gave different estimates of forage categories and plant species in both animal groups.
are unsuitable methods for studying the food habits of free. microhistological analysis of feces. All samples were processed in the laboratory using standard microhistological techniques.
Results showed greater percentages of browse in the diets of elk for all seasons, years, and areas, except for spring/summer when grasses slightly exceeded treeslshrubs.Graeme Shanks, Nargiza Bekmamedova, in Research Methods (Second Edition), Data collection and analysis. Case study research typically includes multiple data collection techniques and data are collected from multiple sources.
Data collection techniques include interviews, observations (direct and participant), questionnaires, and relevant documents (Yin. A study of seasonal food availability and quality for Cretan wild goat or agrimi Capra aegagrus cretica introduced on Atalandi Island, Greece, was conducted during – The major portion of available forage consisted of Olea europaea var.
sylvestris, Pistacia lentiscus and Cistus first two species are the main food resources in late summer and early .