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The imperatives of copepod diversity: perception, cognition, competition, and predation
Marcotte, B.M. (1983). The imperatives of copepod diversity: perception, cognition, competition, and predation, in: Schram, F.R. (Ed.) Crustacean phylogeny. Crustacean Issues, 1: pp. 47-72
In: Schram, F.R. (Ed.) (1983). Crustacean phylogeny. Crustacean Issues, 1. A.A. Balkema: Rotterdam, The Netherlands. ISBN 90-6191-231-8. 372 pp., more
In: Schram, F.R. (Ed.) Crustacean Issues. Balkema/CRC Press/Taylor & Francis: Rotterdam. ISSN 0168-6356, more

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    Perception and cognition are separate processes. They contribute fundamentally important properties to ecological interactions such as competition and predation. The interactions of competition and predation as mediated by perception and cognition may be essential to understanding the ontogeny, ecology, and phylogeny of the Copepoda.

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