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The ecology and evolution of partial migration
Partial migration, where populations of animals are composed of a mixture of resident and migratory individuals, is a widespread phenomenon in nature. It has been reported to occur in all majorExpand
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Biomanipulation as an Application of Food-Chain Theory: Constraints, Synthesis, and Recommendations for Temperate Lakes
ABSTRACT The aim of this review is to identify problems, find general patterns, and extract recommendations for successful biomanipulation. An important conclusion is that the pelagic food chain fromExpand
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The biology of lakes and ponds
This introduction to the biology of standing waters integrates the effects of abiotic constraints and biotic interactions at both the population and community level, and examines how the distributionExpand
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We investigated the effects of an exotic snail, the golden apple snail (Pomacea canaliculata) on biodiversity and ecosystem functioning in tropical wetland ecosystems. This large snail (up to 80-mmExpand
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Dormancy in freshwater zooplankton: Induction, termination and the importance of benthic-pelagic coupling
Abstract.For a short-lived organism, such as a freshwater zooplankter, the ways of coping with years of local recruitment failure are either to disperse between habitats and recolonise or to disperseExpand
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Conflicting demands on wetland ecosystem services: nutrient retention, biodiversity or both?
1. Wetland ecosystems may, besides having considerable economical value, increase landscape biodiversity and function as traps for nutrients from land to freshwater- and marine systems. As a resultExpand
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Increased consumer fitness following transfer of toxin tolerance to offspring via maternal effects
Adaptations and counteradaptations are common in coevolving predator- prey systems, but little is known of the role of maternal transfer of adaptive traits in mediating species interactions. Here, weExpand
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Cell lysis of competitors and osmotrophy enhance growth of the bloom forming alga Gonyostomum semen
Abstract in Undetermined The nuisance alga Gonyostomum semen (Raphidophyceae) is known to form dense blooms in many freshwater bodies, and has increased its distribution and abundance. However,Expand
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Food Chain Transport of Nanoparticles Affects Behaviour and Fat Metabolism in Fish
Nano-sized (10−9–10−7 m) particles offer many technical and biomedical advances over the bulk material. The use of nanoparticles in cosmetics, detergents, food and other commercial products isExpand
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Development of tolerance against toxic cyanobacteria in Daphnia
We tested whether previous exposure to a toxic strain of cyanobacteria (Microcystis) affects survival, growth, and reproduction of a common herbivore, Daphnia magna. Samples from three naturalExpand
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