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Cafeteria Experiments

The ability of an investigator to provide equal access to all foods as a method of identifying preference is obviously limited to captive situations. Rather than simply identifying preferred foods, most researchers who have used cafeteria experiments have attempted to identify the components that affect diet composition (Rodgers 1990) and therefore complement field observations (Topping and Kruuk 1996). For example, Klein (1977) observed that snowshoe hares (Lepus americanus) consumed twigs from sprout growth disproportionately less than twigs from older trees. Nutritional analysis (including protein content) did not explain this differential consumption. Klein speculated that hares might have been responding to antiherbivore chemicals in juvenile plants. Bryant and colleagues (Bryant 1981 Bryant et al. 1994) later examined this relationship by extracting resins from juvenile plants and then compared consumption rates of resin-coated and uncoated twigs by captive hares, providing...

The Emergence Of Obecity

Consequently cities have been jostling not to be top of the league. While New Orleans was ranked as the number one fattest city in the first year of the league in 1999, in 2000 it was Philadelphia, and then Houston took the lead for the subsequent two years. These rankings were not ignored. When Philadelphia was top of the league a headline in USA Today ran Blame the Cheese Steak Unfit Philly wins flab crown (Hellmich 1999). The article reports an initial response by a spokesperson for the city saying that this just proves what we've been saying all along, because Philadelphia has the best restaurants of any city in America, and apparently we've got the evidence to prove it. A more considered response followed from the new Mayor, John Street, elected in 2000, who appeared on The Oprah Winfrey Show to discuss Philadelphia's new status as fat capital. The Mayor enrolled the city into a strategy of collective weight loss (Calandra 2001). His initial response was to appoint a Health and...

Mixed Culture

Are included in a three dimensional flow reactor. A flow reactor amounts to a section of the cylindrical tube Q in which a steady flow of fluid in the direction of increasing x is imposed. The flow carries fresh nutrient at concentration S0 into the reactor across the x 0 interface and carries unused nutrient and bacteria out of the reactor across the x L interface. The equations describing nutrient density S S(x, y, z, t) and biomass density ui ul(x, y, z, t) of bacteria of strain i in the fluid (i.e., in Q) are given by