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Synonyms for omnivorous

having an insatiable appetite for an activity or pursuit

Antonyms for omnivorous

feeding on both plants and animals

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Predatory and omnivorous nematodes are the most sensitive to environmental perturbations [5, 18], while bacterivorous and fungivorous nematodes tolerate different chemical residue levels applied in conventional agriculture [15].
Three herbivorous fish species (Labeo rohita, Cirrhinus mrigala and Catla catla), two omnivorous fish species (Oreochromis mossambicus and Barbodes sarana) and two carnivorous fish species (Aorichthyes aor and Wallago attu) were captured in summer (April, May, June, July and August) and winter (November, December, January and February) months during the year 2002-2003, for the studies.
Omnivorous fish compound additive is according to the omnivorous fish biology design features, generally divided into two kinds: mineral additives and vitamin additives.
Fish and Wildlife Service, they are omnivorous and chow down on a variety of things.
It is pertinent to mention here that this species of deer is omnivorous, feeding on grass, fruits, shoots, seeds, birds' eggs as well as small animals.
The competing chefs are wunderkind Jay Astafa from Long Island, the creatively fresh Lisa Books-Williams, and omnivorous underdog Kevin Schuder.
When you did, it was like the immediate resumption of all the old good times, now to be encapsulated in whatever time he could spare, or rather whatever time his professional life allowed him since there were weeks when he had so many appointments and had to be in so many places that it was as if he was being ruled by a diary compiled by someone else, some omnivorous and many tentacled monster that lived at the end of all those telephones.
plant bugs) are relatively complex; some are phytophagous and only feed on a variety of crops; some are carnivorous and only prey on small insects, such as thrips, aphids, and their eggs; and some are omnivorous and feed on both plants and insects (Wheeler 2001).
Mandrills live in groups called hordes and have an omnivorous diet consisting mostly of fruits and insects.
Mammals from Tlaxmalac represented eight different feeding habits (Table 1), including omnivorous (n = 15, 36.
Whole Body Reboot is adaptable to vegetarian, vegan, omnivorous, or gluten-free lifestyles, and is an excellent, user-friendly resource to healthy eating for weight loss and improved overall wellness.
2mmHg compared with consumption of omnivorous diets.
The study, conducted by the university's Arnold School of Public Health and published in The International Journal of Applied and Basic Nutritional Sciences, compared the amount of weight lost by those on vegan diets to those on a mostly plant-based diet, and those eating an omnivorous diet with a mix of animal products and plant based foods.
She's omnivorous in her stylistic tastes, applying the speed and technical brilliance developed at SAB to Balanchine roles like "Rubies" and drawing on her expressiveness in featured parts in works by Matthew Neenan and Jiri Kylian.
The Italian wall lizard, Podareis siculus, is an opportunistic, omnivorous, lacertid lizard native to Italy and the east Adriatic coast.