1. Introduction: common themes across diverse taxa
Part 1. Functional relationships. 2. Food and populations
3. Feeding dynamics: functional and behavioral responses
4. Measuring food consumption
5. Digestive function
Part II. Substrates and tissue constituents. 6. Carbohydrates: sugars, fiber and fermentation
7. Lipids: fatty acids and adipose tissue
8. Nitrogenous substrates: nucleic acids to amino excretion
9. Metabolic consituents: water, minerals and vitamins
Part III. Energy and integration. 10. Energy: carbon as a fuel and a tissue constituent
11. Integrating nutrient supply and demand in variable environments.
List of common and scientific names of animals and plants
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