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dc.contributor.advisorLink, Andrés
dc.coverage.spatialCampus UMNGspa
dc.creatorCorredor Ospina, Juan Nicolás
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dc.date.accessioned2019-12-26T21:09:03Z
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dc.date.created2018-09-13
dc.identifier.urihttp://hdl.handle.net/10654/20541
dc.description.abstractLos monos aulladores rojos son uno de los primates más estudiados en Colombia. Se han realizado estudios sobre su dieta, comportamiento, alimentación y, dispersión de semillas. Sin embargo, no se encontraron estudios sobre la selectividad alimentaria de esta especie. La selectividad alimentaria se define como los factores principales que influencian la escogencia de ítems dietarios por parte de una especie. En este artículo, revisé los estudios previos sobre la dieta del mono aullador rojo, identificando los principales ítems dietarios y también, revisé trabajos previos sobre la selección alimentaria por parte de miembros de la familia Atelidae y otros grupos de primates. Tras esta revisión, fue posible concluir que aún no se tiene un consenso generalizado sobre cuáles son los factores que tienen mayor influencia sobre la escogencia de ítems alimentarios. Se cree que factores como los porcentajes de taninos, carbohidratos y la productividad de frutos de la zona de estudio, influencian en la escogencia de ítems alimentarios en estos primates.spa
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dc.subjectSelectividad alimentariaspa
dc.subjectmono aullador rojospa
dc.subjectitems dietariospa
dc.titleCambio en la dieta y el patrón de actividad del mono aullador rojo (Alouatta seniculus: Atelidae) respecto a la productividad de un bosque fragmentado del Magdalena Medio, Santander, Colombiaspa
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dc.publisher.departmentFacultad de Ciencias Básicasspa
dc.type.spaTrabajo de gradospa
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dc.description.abstractenglishHowler monkeys are one of the most studied primates in Colombia. Previous studies about their diets, behavior and seed dispersal have been made in Colombia. However, there is no recent studies about diet selectivity in this species. Diet selectivity is defined as the main factors influencing the selectivity of different dietary elements. Here I review the previous studies on the diet of the red howler monkeys, identifying the main dietary elements in their diets and also, a review of the previous work on diet selection in the Atelidae family and other primate groups. As a main conclusion of this review, there is still no generalized consensus about the main factor influencing the dietary selectivity of red howler monkeys, however, different factors as percentage of carbohydrates, tannins as well as the forest productivity, may be influencing this selectivity.spa
dc.title.titleenglishChange in diet and activity pattern of red howler monkeys (Alouata seniculus: Atelidae) due to forest fruit production in a fragmented forest at Magdalena River Valley, Santander, Colombia.spa
dc.subject.keywordDiet selectivityspa
dc.subject.keywordred howler monkeysspa
dc.subject.keyworddietary itemsspa
dc.publisher.programBiología Aplicadaspa
dc.subject.agrovocMONOS AULLADORESspa
dc.subject.agrovocMONOS AULLADORES - DIETA BASICAspa
dc.creator.degreeBiólogospa
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