Predation

Animal interaction in which the predator kills the prey outright; it does not subsist on the prey while it is alive.

Predation

The act of an animal capturing and eating other animals.
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Predation

The consumption of one organism by another
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predation

[n] - the act of preying by a predator who kills and eats the prey
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Predation

The consumption of one organism, in whole or in part, by another, where the consumed organism is alive when the consumer first attacks it.
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Predation

Pre┬Ěda'tion noun [ Latin praedatio , from praedari to plunder.] The act of pillaging. E. Hall.
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predation

<zoology> A type of organism interaction where one species feeds on another species (or rarely, on a member of the same species). ... In general, the predator species that does the feeding benefits from this relationship, while the prey species which gets eaten is harmed by the relationship. ... (31 Dec 1997) ...
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predation

noun the act of preying by a predator who kills and eats the prey
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Predation

• (n.) The act of pillaging.
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predation

in animal behaviour, the pursuit, capture, and killing of animals for food. Predatory animals may be solitary hunters, like the leopard, or they may ... [42 related articles]
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Predation

The use of aggressive (i.e., low) pricing to put a competitor out of business, with the intent, once they are gone, of raising prices to gain monopoly profits.
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Predation

Biological interaction between species where a predator species consumes a prey species.
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Predation

describes the interaction between a predator and its prey, for example a lion (the predator) attacking and killing a zebra (the lion`s prey).
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Predation

The act of an animal capturing and eating other animals.
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Predation

In ecology, predation is a biological interaction where a predator (an organism that is hunting) feeds on its prey (the organism that is attacked). Predators may or may not kill their prey prior to feeding on them, but the act of predation often results in the death of its prey and the eventual absorption of the prey`s tissue through consumption.....
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Predation

Occurs when any organism kills an other organism for food (e.g., a red fox kills a hen or eats some duck eggs)
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Predation

Hunting and killing another animal for food.
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Predation

The act of an animal capturing and eating other animals.
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Predation

The act of killing and eating livestock by a carnivorous animal.
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Predation

When one animal kills another for food. The animal that is taken is the prey, and the animal doing the taking is the predator.
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predation

the act of preying upon.
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Predation

One of the biological interactions that can limit population growth; occurs when organisms kill and
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Predation

The consumption of one organism by another
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Predation

hunting and killing another animal for food
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Predation

Hunting and killing another animal for food.
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