Ivan Sazima mainly investigates Ecology, Foraging, Fishery, Habitat and Reef. His study in Species richness, Predation, Coral reef fish, Interspecific competition and Hummingbird is carried out as part of his Ecology studies. Ivan Sazima has researched Foraging in several fields, including Characiformes, Piranha, Wrasse, Nectar and Pollinator.
His Fishery research incorporates themes from Juvenile and Debris. Ivan Sazima has included themes like Abundance, Dragonfly, Hydrodynastes gigas and Substrate in his Habitat study. His Reef research includes elements of Freshwater fish and Fauna.
Ivan Sazima mainly focuses on Ecology, Zoology, Fishery, Predation and Foraging. His is involved in several facets of Ecology study, as is seen by his studies on Reef, Habitat, Archipelago, Nectar and Atlantic forest. His work on Hummingbird expands to the thematically related Nectar.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Anatomy and Arboreal locomotion in addition to Zoology. His work on Coral reef fish as part of general Fishery study is frequently connected to Cleaning symbiosis, therefore bridging the gap between diverse disciplines of science and establishing a new relationship between them. His studies in Predator and Aggressive mimicry are all subfields of Predation research.
His primary areas of investigation include Ecology, Zoology, Predation, Foraging and Fishery. Ivan Sazima incorporates Ecology and Eciton burchellii in his research. His Zoology research incorporates elements of Atlantic forest, Perch and Anatomy.
His Predation research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Ardea and Heron. As part of one scientific family, Ivan Sazima deals mainly with the area of Foraging, narrowing it down to issues related to the Nest, and often Darter. His study in the field of Coral reef fish is also linked to topics like Cleaning symbiosis, Chain and Checklist.
Ivan Sazima mostly deals with Ecology, Hummingbird, Coral reef fish, Biodiversity and Fishery. In the subject of general Ecology, his work in Foraging, Nest box and Nest is often linked to Sediment suspension and Polybia paulista, thereby combining diverse domains of study. Ivan Sazima interconnects Pollination and Nectar in the investigation of issues within Hummingbird.
The various areas that Ivan Sazima examines in his Coral reef fish study include Wrasse and Bodianus. His Biodiversity study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Rabbitfish, Endemism, Reef, Oceanography and Biogeography. His research in the fields of Indo-Pacific, Shrimp and Acanthurus overlaps with other disciplines such as Cleaning symbiosis.
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Hummingbird-Pollinated Floras at Three Atlantic Forest Sites1
Silvana Buzato;Marlies Sazima;Ivan Sazima.
Ecological and phylogenetic correlates of feeding habits in neotropical pitvipers of the genus Bothrops
Marcio Roberto Costa Martins;Otávio Augusto Vuolo Marques;Ivan Sazima.
Biology of the vipers (2002)
Amphibian Declines in Brazil: An Overview1
Paula Cabral Eterovick;Ana Carolina Oliveira De Queiroz Carnaval;Diva Maria Borges‐Nojosa;Débora Leite Silvano.
Similarities in feeding behaviour between some marine and freshwater fishes in two tropical communities
Journal of Fish Biology (1986)
An Assemblage of Hummingbird‐pollinated Flowers in a Montane Forest in Southeastern Brazil
I. Sazima;Silvana Buzato;Marlies Sazima.
Plant Biology (1996)
Structure of an anuran community in a montane meadow in southeastern Brazil: effects of seasonality, habitat, and predation
Ivan Sazima;Paula Cabral Eterovick.
Bat-pollinated Flower Assemblages and Bat Visitors at Two Atlantic Forest Sites in Brazil
Marlies Sazima;Silvana Buzato;Ivan Sazima.
Annals of Botany (1999)
Behavioural defences of anurans: an overview
L. F. Toledo;I. Sazima;Celio Fernando Baptista Haddad.
Ethology Ecology & Evolution (2011)
Underwater observations of piranhas in western Brazil
Ivan Sazima;Francisco A. Machado.
Environmental Biology of Fishes (1990)
The snake assemblage of the Pantanal at Poconé, Western Brazil: Faunal composition and ecological summary
Christine Strussmann;Ivan Sazima.
Studies on Neotropical Fauna and Environment (1993)
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