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Food of the Barn Owl (Tyto alba) in the Eastern Mediterranean

References Alivizatos H & Goutner V 1999: Winter diet of the Barn Owl ( Tyto alba ) and Long-eared Owl ( Asio otus ) in northeastern Greece: A comparison. J Rapt Res 33(2): 160-163. Bauer K 1956: Schleiereule ( Tyto alba Scop.) als Fledermausjäger. J Ornithol 97: 335-340. Benda P & Obuch J 2001: Notes on the distribution of hedgehogs (Insectivora: Erinaceidae) in Syria. Lynx, n. s. 32: 45-53. Benda P, Andreas M, Kock D, Lučan RK, Munclinger P, Nová P

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Dietary habits of urban pigeons (Columba livia) and implications of excreta pH – a review

: Assessment and relationships to diet and urine composition. Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology Part A. Physiology & Behavior, 66(3), 371-375. Caicedo, L.D., Alvarez, M.I., Delgado, M. & Cárdenas, A. (1999) Cryptococcus neoformans in bird excreta in the City Zoo of Cali, Colombia. Mycopathologia, 147(3), 121-124. Caicedo, L.D., Alvarez, M.I., Llanos, C.E. & Molina, D. (1996) Cryptococcus neoformans en excretas de palomas del perímetro urbano de Cali. Colombia Médica, 27(3-4), 106-109. Caro, T.M. (2005) Antipredator

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The Kestrel Falco tinnunculus in Slovenia – a review of its distribution, population density, movements, breeding biology, diet and interactions with other species / Postovka Falco tinnunculus v Sloveniji – pregled njene razširjenosti, populacijske gostote, disperzije, gnezditvene biologije, prehrane in interakcij z drugimi vrstami

., Bronche, K. & Topczewski, A. M. (2000): Can food caching increase frequency of feeding in urban Kestrels Falco tinnunculus ? - Acta Ornithologica 35 (2): 217-221. Riegert, J., Fainova, D., Mikeš, V. & Fuchs, R. (2007): How urban Kestrels Falco tinnunculus divide their hunting grounds: partitioning or cohabitation? - Acta Ornithologica 42 (1): 69-75. Riegert, J. & Fuchs, R. (2011): Fidelity to roost sites and diet composition of wintering male urban Common Kestrels Falco tinnunculus . - Acta Ornithologica 46 (2): 183

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The impact of carbohydrate intake on the behavior and cognitive functions of children and adolescents

. 2012;28(3):242-9. 25. Park S, Cho SC, Hong YC, et al. Association between dietary behaviors and attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder and learning disabilities in school-aged children. Psychiatry Res. 2012;198(3):468-76. 26. Peacock PJ, Lewis G, Northstone K, Wiles NJ. Childhood diet and behavioural problems: results from the ALSPAC cohort. Eur J Clin Nutr. 2011;65(6):720-6. 27. Kim Y, Chang H. Correlation between attention deficit hyperactivity disorder and sugar consumption, quality of diet, and dietary behavior in school children. Nutr Res

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First evidence for carrion–feeding of Eurasian Eagle-owl (Bubo bubo) in Bulgaria

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Stability of selenium diet supplement

Antioxidant. Oxid. Med. Cell. Longev. Article ID 7478523, 13 pages. DOI: 10.1155/2017/7478523. 7. Postaire, E., Le Hoang, M.D., Anglade, P., Martinez, D., Brion, F., Navarro, J., Prognon, P. & Pradeau, D. (1989). Stability and behaviour of selenium in total parenteral nutrition solutions. Int. J. Pharm. 55(2-3), 99-103. DOI: 10.1016/0378- 5173(89)90029-X. 8. Bagnicka, E., Kościuczuk, E.M., Jarczak, J., Jóźwik, A., Strzałkowska, N., Słoniewska, D. & Krzyżewski, J. (2017). The effect of inorganic and organic selenium added to diets on milk

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Dietary cholesterol and egg yolk should be avoided by patients at risk of vascular disease

cholesterol. The half-truth is the slogan “eggs can be part of a healthy diet for healthy people.” Dietary Cholesterol and Cardiovascular Risk There are good reasons for the longstanding recommendation [ 1 , 2 ] that patients at risk of vascular disease should reduce dietary cholesterol below 200 mg/day. The 2011 European guideline on dyslipidemia [ 3 ] recommends egg whites in place of whole eggs. In both the Ireland-Boston Diet-Heart Study [ 4 ] and the Western Electric study [ 5 ] , dietary cholesterol increased cardiovascular risk. In a British study of health

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Importance of Food Selection for Celiac Sprue Disease

.1177/0884533611399773. Gunther W (2011): Reference values for nutrient intake (DACH). 1st Ed. Společnost pro výživu o.s., Praha. (in Czech) Kinsey L, Burden ST, Bannerman E (2008): A dietary survey to determine if patients with coeliac disease are meeting current healthy eating guidelines and how their diet compares to that of the British general population. European Journal of Clinical Nutrition, 62, 1333-1342. http://dx.doi.org/10.1038/sj.ejcn.1602856 Kohout P (2008): News in the gluten-free diet. Interní medicína pro praxi, 10, 113-116. (in Czech

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Chemical signals and reconstruction of life strategies from ancient human bones and teeth - problems and perspectives

diet at Mound 72, Cahokia, revealed by isotopic analysis of bone , J. Anthropol. Archaeol. , 22 , 217-26 Ambrose S. H., L. Norr, 1992, On stable isotopic data and prehistoric subsistence in the Soconusco region , Curr. Anthropol. , 33 , 401-4 Ambrose S. H., L. Norr, 1993, Experimental evidence for the relationship of the carbon isotope ratios of whole diet and dietary protein to those of bone collagen and carbonate , [in:] Prehistoric Human Bone: Archaeology at the Molecular Level , J. B. Lambert, G. Grupe

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Polyphenols treatment in patients with nonalcoholic fatty liver disease

treatments have been proposed for the treatment of NAFLD, but the reported results are inconclusive.[ 7 ] International recommendations indicate that the first therapeutic step for the treatment of NAFLD is to reduce the intake of total fat, saturated fatty acids, trans fatty acids and fructose, along with undergoing physical activity[ 8 ] Mediterranean Diet The profile of NAFLD patients is characterized by higher dietary energy and higher simple carbohydrate intake, as compared with the healthy controls[ 3 , 9 ] The standard care to treat NAFLD patients is focused

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