Definición de frugivore en inglés:

frugivore

Saltos de línea: fru¦gi|vore
Pronunciación: /ˈfruːdʒɪvɔː
 
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sustantivo

Zoology
An animal that feeds on fruit.
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Second, I review the scanty literature on whether vertebrate frugivores prefer fruits with presumably higher levels of ethanol over conspecific fruits with presumably lower levels of ethanol.
  • However, because of the great variety of microorganisms present in fruit, the associated effects on the interactions between vertebrate frugivores and fruiting plants may also be highly variable.
  • During the late Cretaceous and early Paleocene periods plant-eating mammals were frugivores, presumably because fruit can be more easily processed than foliage.

Origen

mid 20th century: from Latin frux, frug- 'fruit' + -vore (see -vorous).

Derivativos

frugivorous

adjetivo
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Little is known, however, about either the natural occurrence of ethanol within fruits or the behavioral responses of frugivorous animals to such cues.
  • The natural occurrence of ethanol within ripe and fermenting fruit suggests that low-level ethanol exposure via dietary ingestion is characteristic of all frugivorous metazoans.
  • Accordingly, the hypothesized deterrence of ethanol to frugivorous vertebrates, or specifically primates, is unsubstantiated.

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