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Microphytoplankton assemblages in shallow waters at Admiralty Bay (King George Island, Antarctica) during the summer 2002–2003
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Microphytoplankton populations were studied in shallow coastal water near the Brazilian Antarctic Station Comandante Ferraz and three reference areas in Admiralty Bay in early and late summer, suggesting an influence of oceanic waters.
ECHINODERMS AS CLUES TO ANTARCTIC ~ SOUTH AMERICAN CONNECTIVITY
table.MsoNormalTable { font-size: 10pt; font-family: "Arial","sans-serif"; } I solation and climate change has lead to an Antarctic marine biota rich in endemic taxa. But evidence exists for the
Macrostructure and evolution of the digestive system in Echinoida (Echinodermata)
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Observations make the macrostructure of the echinoid digestive system fully consistent with more recent phylogenetic hypotheses based on molecular and general morphological data, and support the idea that a siphon has evolved only once, in the stem lineage of the Acroechinoidea.
PLASTICS IN THE ANTARCTIC ENVIRONMENT: ARE WE LOOKING ONLY AT THE TIP OF THE ICEBERG?
The available literature on marine debris and its impacts in the sub-Antarctic Islands, the Antarctic Peninsula and on the coasts of Antarctica was organized and interpreted here. A total of 98
High Prevalence of Gammaproteobacteria in the Sediments of Admiralty Bay and North Bransfield Basin, Northwestern Antarctic Peninsula
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Differences in alpha-diversity and bacterial community structure were found between the two areas, reflecting the physical and chemical differences in the sediments, and the organic matter input.
Echinoderm from Brazil: Historical Research and the Current State of Biodiversity Knowledge
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Several aspects of taxonomy, distribution, reproduction, development, immunology, physiology and ecology of echinoderms found in both shallow and deep Brazilian waters are compiled and analyzed to show the current state of knowledge.
Vertical distribution of macrobenthic infauna from the shallow sublittoral zone of Admiralty Bay, King George Island, Antarctica
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The vertical distribution of macrobenthos in the shallow sublittoral zone of Admiralty Bay, during the 2003/2004 summer, near the Brazilian Station Comandante Ferraz, and the Peruvian Station Machu Picchu was studied.
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