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On measurement of filtration rates in bivalves : the stony road to reliable data : review and interpretation
This review deals with the measurement of filtration rates in suspension feeding bivalves. Currently used methods are described, and some reliable filtration rate data obtained under optimalExpand
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SUSPENSION-FEEDING IN MARINE SPONGES HALICHONDRIA-PANICEA AND HALICLONA-URCEOLUS - EFFECTS OF TEMPERATURE ON FILTRATION-RATE AND ENERGY-COST OF PUMPING
Filtration rate (measured as clearance of algal cells) was measured at different temperatures in the sponge Halichondna panicea. An increase in water temperature from 6 to 12 "C caused the meanExpand
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Regulation of opening state and filtration rate in filter-feeding bivalves (Cardium edule, Mytilus edulis, Mya arenaria) in response to low algal concentration
When filter-feeding bivalves experience very low algal concentrations, this eventually lead to reduced siphon-opening and valve-gape, or complete closure, along with cessation of the filtrationExpand
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Filtration rate, using a new indirect technique, in thirteen species of suspension-feeding bivalves
AbstractA method for determining filtration rates in undisturbed suspension-feeding bivalves is described. Concentrations of particulate matter in the water collected in the inhalant (Ci) andExpand
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Growth, filtration and respiration in the mussel Mytilus edulis: no evidence for physiological regulation of the filter-pump to nutritional needs
The specific growth rate of blue mussels Mytilus edulis fed Rhodomonas sp. algal cells in laboratory experiments increased with increasing food concentration to obtain a maximum value of about 9 .5%Expand
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Growth and energetics of the sponge Halichondria panicea
The filtration rate (F, m1 min-' measured as clearance of algal cells) and maintenance respiration rate (R,, m1 O2 h-' measured as starvation respiration rate) as a function of Halichondria paniceaExpand
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Particle capture mechanisms in suspension-feeding invertebrates
A large number of suspension-feeding aquatic animals (e.g. bivalves, polychaetes, ascidians, bryozoans, crustaceans, sponges, echinoderms, cnidarians) have specialized in grazing on not only the 2 toExpand
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Feeding, growth and respiration in the polychaetes Nereis diversicolor (facultative filter-feeder) and N. virens (omnivorous)-a comparative study
The polychaetes Nereis divers~color and N. virens were fed various amounts of shrimp meat in laboratory experiments and h e a r relationships between specific growth rate and specific respirationExpand
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Tentacle structure and filter-feeding in Crisia eburnea and other cyclostomatous bryozoans, with a review of upstream-collecting mechanisms
The upstream-collecting filter-feeding mechanisms occurring in many aquatic organisms are not adequately descnbed. Tentacles of Crisia eburnea and other cyclostome bryozoans, with only lateral andExpand
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Filter-feeding in fifteen marine ectoprocts (Bryozoa):particle capture and water pumping
The particle capture mechanism in ectoprocts was described, and the pumping rates in 15 species of marine ectoprocts with divergent lophophore morphometry were quantified in order to comprehend andExpand
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