• a variety of fiber-rich foods
  • 食物繊維が豊富なさまざまな食べ物
  • cat [dog] food
  • キャット[ドッグ]フード
  • food for thought
  • 思考のかて,考えるべきこと
  • plant food
  • 植物用肥料
  • processed [canned] food
  • 加工[缶詰]食品
  • A 2008 paper by food historian William Rubel and mycologist David Arora gives a history of consumption of A. muscaria as a food and describes detoxification methods.
  • Wikipedia: Amanita muscaria
  • Although human divers harvest red sea urchins both for food and to protect the kelp, sea otters hunt more sea urchin species and are more consistently effective in controlling these populations.
  • Wikipedia: Sea otter
  • Ancient peoples have used fungi as food sources–often unknowingly–for millennia, in the preparation of leavened bread and fermented juices.
  • Wikipedia: Fungus
  • As food shortages became severe in April, emergency supplies were sent to the outlying Niuas islands of Tonga.
  • Wikipedia: Cyclone Waka
  • Bait is gathered by the ants as food and brought back to the nest where the poison is inadvertently spread to other colony members through trophallaxis.
  • Wikipedia: Ant
  • Bird feeding has grown into a multimillion dollar industry; for example, an estimated 75% of households in Britain provide food for birds at some point during the winter.
  • Wikipedia: Bird
  • Both parents feed the young, but the male feeds them alone after leaving the nest and as they become more independent, and also moves from giving food directly to them to placing it on the ground near them so they learn to eat for themselves.
  • Wikipedia: Black Currawong
  • Communal feeding of the young increases after fledging, and the young beg for food with constant ‘chip chip’ calls and gaping mouths.
  • Wikipedia: Noisy Miner
  • Conifer specialists suffer from the loss and poor quality of needles, and the consequent decrease in abundance of their invertebrate food.
  • Wikipedia: Common Firecrest
  • Due to the generally good condition of surviving manuscripts it has been proposed by food historian Terence Scully that they were records of household practices intended for the wealthy and literate master of a household, such as the Ménagier de Paris from the late 14th century.
  • Wikipedia: Medieval cuisine
  • Even the behavior of young lemuriforms suggests that grooming plays a more important role in the use of the toothcomb than food procurement.
  • Wikipedia: Toothcomb
  • From the note, Mawson learned he was 21 miles (34 km) south-east of Aladdin's Cave, and near two further food depots.
  • Wikipedia: Far Eastern Party
  • Granted double rations, and using his pay to buy additional food whenever possible, he nonetheless remained voraciously hungry; while based in an army camp near Paris, Domery ate 174 cats in a single year, leaving only the skins and bones, and ate 4 to 5 pounds (1.8 to 2.3 kg) of grass each day if other food was unavailable..
  • Wikipedia: Charles Domery
  • Great Auk eggs were also a valued food source, as the eggs were three times the size of a murre's and had a large yolk.
  • Wikipedia: Great Auk
  • If the supply of food is low, parental investment in the brood is kept to a minimum as little energy is wasted on feeding a chick that is unlikely to survive.
  • Wikipedia: Western Jackdaw
  • In general, the sei whale migrates annually from cool and subpolar waters in summer to temperate and subtropical waters for winter, where food is more abundant.
  • Wikipedia: Sei whale
  • In medieval Europe, the pelican was thought to be particularly attentive to her young, to the point of providing her own blood by wounding her own breast when no other food was available.
  • Wikipedia: Pelican
  • In the final months of the war, the main source of calories, that is the parcels of food sent through the International Red Cross, stopped and food rations became catastrophically low.
  • Wikipedia: Mauthausen-Gusen concentration camp
  • It is one of the most light- and heat-stable and oxidation-resistant of all the natural organic colourants and is even more stable than many synthetic food colours.
  • Wikipedia: Cochineal
  • It is possible that the large increase in the number of Greater Crested Terns may have affected other species through competition for food and nesting sites.
  • Wikipedia: Greater Crested Tern
  • Lemurs are hunted for food by the local Malagasy, either for local subsistence or to supply a luxury meat market in the larger cities.
  • Wikipedia: Lemur