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THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN BODY SIZE OF FILTER‐FEEDING CLADOCERA AND THE MAXIMUM SIZE OF PARTICLE INGESTED
The maximum size of plastic bead ingested by Bosmina Zongirustris and six species of Daphnia increased with increasing body size of the animals. The relationship between the diameter (,u) of theExpand
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The Size-Efficiency Hypothesis and the Size Structure of Zooplankton Communities
The size-efficiency hypothesis, first proposed in 1965 by Brooks & Dodson (24), has profoundly influenced the direction of research in aquatic ecology since its publication.3 The size-efficiencyExpand
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Effects of sediment resuspension on phytoplankton production: teasing apart the influences of light, nutrients and algal entrainment
Summary 1. Wind-induced sediment resuspension can affect planktonic primary productivity by influencing light penetration and nutrient availability, and by contributing meroplankton (algaeExpand
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Effects of crowding and different food levels on growth and reproductive investment of Daphnia
  • C. Burns
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Oecologia
  • 1 February 1995
The effects of daphniid crowding on juvenile growth rate, length at first reproduction, clutch size and egg size of four species of Daphnia were compared with the effects of food level. JuvenileExpand
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The paradox of diatom-copepod interactions*
Traditionally, diatoms have been associated w ~ t h productive pelagic food chains that lead, through suspensionfeeding planktonic copepods, to top consumers and important fisheries Here, 15Expand
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Crowding-induced changes in growth, reproduction and morphology of Daphnia.
1. Daphnia may reach high population densities seasonally, or in patches, in lakes. To test the effects of chemicals released by high daphniid densities on their life-history traits, nine species ofExpand
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Trophic structure in the pelagial of 25 shallow New Zealand lakes: changes along nutrient and fish gradients
To gain better insight into the importance of predator and resource control in New Zealand lakes we surveyed the late summer trophic structure of 25 shallow South Island lakes with contrast- ingExpand
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COMPARISON OF FILTERING RATES OF DAPHNIA ROSEA IN LAKE WATER AND IN SUSPENSIONS OF YEAST1
Filtering rates of Daphnia rosea in natural lake water and in pure cultures of a yeast, Rhodotorula glutinis, were measured by adding 32P-labeled yeast cells to the medium. The effects of theExpand
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Responses of lake phytoplankton to micronutrient enrichment: a study in two New Zealand lakes and an analysis of published data
Abstract.Natural and anthropogenic changes in nutrient concentrations can affect phytoplankton in marine and freshwater environments. However, potential micronutrient limitation of phytoplanktonExpand
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