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Seasonal patterns of feeding by natural populations of Keratella, Polyarthra, and Bosmina: Clearance rates, selectivities, and contributions to community grazing1
Seasonal changes in individual clearance rates, selective feeding behavior, and population grazing rates of Keratella cochlearis, Polyarthra vulgaris, Polyarthra dolichoptera, and BosminaExpand
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Body size and food size in freshwater zooplankton.
We used double-label liquid scintillation techniques to measure the efficiencies with which eight different-sized zooplankton species ingested four cell types relative to a standard cell typeExpand
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Quantitative comparison of food niches in some freshwater zooplankton
SummaryThe abilities of some zooplankton (rotifers, cladocerans, copepods) to ingest different sizes and kinds of food cells were quantified by determining the relative efficiencies with which theyExpand
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Concentrations of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons in New York City community garden soils: Potential sources and influential factors.
A total of 69 soil samples from 20 community gardens in New York City (New York, USA) were collected and analyzed for 23 polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) and black carbon. For each garden,Expand
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In situ clearance rates of planktonic rotifers
The in situ clearance rates of several rotifer species from a small, temperate eutrophic lake were measured using three radioactive tracer cell-types, a bacterium (Aerobacter), a yeastExpand
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Detrital feeding in natural zooplankton communities: Discrimination between live and dead algal foods
Freshwater zooplankton species differ in their consumption of live and dead algal cells when tested in situ. Using isotopically-labeled living and heat-killed Chlamydomonas reinhardti as models forExpand
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The effects of posterolateral spine length and body length on feeding rate in the rotifer, Brachionus calyciflorus
The length of the posterolateral spines in the rotifer, Brachionus calyciflorus, is variable. The effect of the length of these spines on the clearance rates of B. calyciflorus was examined underExpand
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