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Life histories of large, grazing copepods in a subarctic ocean gyre: Neocalanus plumchrus, Neocalanus cristatus, and Eucalanus bungii in the Northeast Pacific
Life histories for the dominant, larger copepods of the subartic Pacific have been constructed by sampling from weatherships patrolling Ocean Station P (50°N, 145°W) during 1980 and 1981. NeocalanusExpand
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A taxonomy of the marine calanoid copepod genus Pseudocalanus
Apparent lack of interspecific morphological differentiation and potential co-occurrence of cryptic species have plagued the scientific study of marine planktonic copepods of the genus Pseudocalanus.Expand
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Functional responses for zooplankton feeding on multiple resources: a review of assumptions and biological dynamics
Modelers often need to quantify the rates at which zooplankton consume a variety of species, size classes and trophic types. Implicit in the equations used to describe the multiple resourceExpand
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Closing the microbial loop: dissolved carbon pathway to heterotrophic bacteria from incomplete ingestion, digestion and absorption in animals
A new extension of digestion theory and re-interpretation of published empirical evidence suggest that the principal pathway of dissolved organic carbon (DOC) from phytoplankton to bacteria isExpand
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Calanus marshallae, a new species of calanoid copepod closely allied to the sibling species C. finmarchicus and C. glacialis
Species of the copepod genus Calanus frequently dominate the marine zooplankton in boreal and arctic waters. Up to now there have been no operational means of identifying several species closelyExpand
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Individual variability in diel vertical migration of a marine copepod: Why some individuals remain at depth when others migrate
The diel vertical migration (DVM) of the copepod Metridia pacifica was examined in Dabob Bay (47°45.05′N, 122°49.71′W), a fjord in Washington state. Although the population showed deep daytimeExpand
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The role of grazing in nutrient-rich areas of the open sea
No single factor accounts fully for the persistently low phytoplankton stocks in the nutrient-rich areas of the open sea. However, grazing plays the necessary role of consuming phytoplankton producedExpand
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Morphological stasis in the Eurytemora affinis species complex (Copepoda: Temoridae)
Morphological stasis has long been regarded as one of the most challenging problems in evolutionary biology. This study focused on the copepod species complex, Eurytemora affinis, as a model systemExpand
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A modelling study of processes regulating plankton standing stock and production in the open subarctic Pacific Ocean
Abstract At Ocean Station P (50°N 145°W) in the open subarctic Pacific Ocean recent estimates of phytoplankton production rate were consistently much higher than those obtained during previousExpand
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Molecular systematics of six Calanus and three Metridia species (Calanoida: Copepoda)
The discrimination of species of the copepod genus, Calanus (Copepoda; Calanoida), is problematical-especially in regions of sympatry. Although the species of Calanus exhibit exceptionalExpand
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