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The ecology of freshwater phytoplankton
Preface 1. What is phytoplankton? 2. Mechanisms of suspension 3. Spatial and temporal distribution of phytoplankton 4. Photosynthetic activity of phytoplankton 5. Nutrients 6. Growth and survival 7.Expand
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Towards a functional classification of the freshwater phytoplankton
This paper considers the structure of freshwater phytoplankton assemblages and promotes a scheme of vegetation recognition', based upon the functional associations of species represented in theExpand
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Vegetation processes in the pelagic : a model for ecosystem theory
Go Vegetation Processes in the Pelagic: A Model for Ecosystem Theory. Ecology Institute, Oldendorf/Luhe, Germany, 371p. [3] Reynolds, C.S., Huszar, V., Kruk, C., Naselli-Flores, L., Melo, S. 2002.Expand
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A morphological classification capturing functional variation in phytoplankton
1. A logical way of distinguishing functional groups of phytoplankton is to cluster species according to their functional traits, such as growth rate and nutrient assimilation constants. However,Expand
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Phytoplankton periodicity: the interactions of form, function and environmental variability
SUMMARY. 1. This review considers the periodic cycles of species dominance in a wide selection of temperate lakes. By ascribing individual species to assemblages, a high incidence of similarity amongExpand
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The wetland plant and macroinvertebrate assemblages of temporary ponds in England and Wales
Abstract The biodiversity value of Northern European temporary ponds has been little recognised, and there are many gaps in our understanding of their ecology. This study investigated the wetlandExpand
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On the Annual Cycle of the Blue-Green Alga Microcystis Aeruginosa Kutz. Emend. Elenkin
A 4 year series of field, light-microscope and ultrastructural observations is presented to illustrate biological aspects of the annual cycle of natural Microcystis populations enclosed in LundExpand
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Community Assembly in Marine Phytoplankton: Application of Recent Models to Harmful Dinoflagellate Blooms
AMBLESIDE, CUMBRIA LA  LP, UK The habitat preferences of dinoflagellate bloom species along an onshore‐offshore, mixing-nutrient gradient, their associated life-form (morphotype) characteristicsExpand
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Cyanobacterial dominance: the role of buoyancy regulation in dynamic lake environments
Abstract The interactions of size, shape, and density of cyanobacteria result in a 5‐order of magnitude difference in flotation or sinking rates which, in turn, influence the extent of their disper...
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Phytoplankton assemblages and their periodicity in stratifying lake systems
A subjective analysis of the seasonal periodicity of phytoplankton populations in several natural lakes and experimental lake systems (Lund Tubes) has shown that the direction and patterns of changeExpand
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