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The role of fish in the Antarctic marine food web: differences between inshore and offshore waters in the southern Scotia Arc and west Antarctic Peninsula
The role of fish in the Antarctic food web in inshore and offshore waters is analysed, taking as an example the coastal marine communities of the southern Scotia Arc (South Orkney Islands and SouthExpand
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Impact of climate change on fishes in complex Antarctic ecosystems
Abstract Antarctic marine ecosystems are increasingly threatened by climate change and are considered to be particularly sensitive because of the adaptation of most organisms to cold and stableExpand
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Mitochondrial Function in Antarctic Nototheniids with ND6 Translocation
Fish of the suborder Notothenioidei have successfully radiated into the Southern Ocean and today comprise the dominant fish sub-order in Antarctic waters in terms of biomass and species abundance.Expand
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Ecology of inshore notothenioid fish from the Danco Coast, Antarctic Peninsula
A total of 1,103 inshore notothenioid fish were caught by means of trammel-nets in 4 sites surrounding Cierva Point (Moss Island 1; Moss Island 2; Sterneck Island; Leopardo Island), Danco Coast, WestExpand
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The role of fish as predators of krill (Euphausia superba) and other pelagic resources in the Southern Ocean
Krill forms an important part of the diet of many Antarctic fish species. An understanding of the role of fish as krill predators in the Southern Ocean is critical to understanding how changes inExpand
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Analysis of dietary overlap in Antarctic fish (Notothenioidei) from the South Shetland Islands: no evidence of food competition
A dietary overlap analysis between notothenioid species was carried out among three fish assemblages in the South Shetland Island area. Using Tyler's (1972) method, the re-occurrence of main andExpand
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Feeding selectivity in Notothenia neglecta , Nybelin, from Potter Cove, South Shetland Islands, Antarctica
A study of feeding selectivity in Notothenia neglecta Nybelin 1951, was carried out between October 1988 and January 1989 at Potter Cove, King George Island, where this is the dominant fish species.Expand
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Low level of genetic divergence between Harpagifer fish species (Perciformes: Notothenioidei) suggests a Quaternary colonization of Patagonia from the Antarctic Peninsula
The evolution of the marine benthic fauna of Antarctica has been shaped by geological and climatic atmospheric factors such as the geographic isolation of the continent and the subsequentExpand
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Dietary overlap in inshore notothenioid fish from the Danco Coast, western Antarctic Peninsula
We carried out a dietary overlap analysis between notothenioid species by examining the stomach contents of more than 900 specimens collected in a fish assemblage at the Danco Coast, westernExpand
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