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Both Senkler and Petersen pointed out that a parasitic lifestyle and slow growth could enable mistletoes to subsist on low amounts of ATP.
The -21 is a theoretical limit though, and Bradley estimates that organisms would be subsisting at a higher power threshold.
For hunter-gatherers, occupying environments where animal protein is essential to subsist, the hunt is an act of necessity.
This allows them to subsist for years on a plant-based diet without suffering from symptoms of deficiency.
They are plovers that subsist largely upon flying insects which they catch when on the wing.
He has been fighting alongside of the French, and has made the discovery that they do not subsist entirely upon frogs.
They now might count on at least six or seven hundred miles of buffalo to subsist them on their way to Oregon.
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This, in conjunction with the loss of supplies at Holly Springs, compelled the entire army to subsist upon the country.
In summer they can easily do this, but in winter they subsist on the dry grass standing on the hills and prairies.
They had determined never to be taken—to subsist upon the quoib (badger), and to perish rather than yield.

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