M. St. J. Warne

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The effect of five different food concentrations on the life history of Ceriodaphnia cf. dubia was examined by following cohorts of 25 individuals from <24 hours until the death of all individuals. The food concentrations used in the study were chosen to reflect densities found in lentic freshwater systems and those commonly used in toxicity testing, and(More)
The combined effects of food concentration and population density on some life history characteristics of the small-bodied cladoceran Ceriodaphnia cf. dubia were studied by examining animals maintained at densities of 100–3000 individuals l−1 for 8 days that had been fed either abundant (30×104 algal cells ml−1 ind−1) or limited (5×104 algal cells ml−1(More)
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