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Timing of blooms, algal food quality and Calanus glacialis reproduction and growth in a changing Arctic
The Arctic bloom consists of two distinct categories of primary producers, ice algae growing within and on the underside of the sea ice, and phytoplankton growing in open waters. Long chain omega-3… Expand
Diet-induced changes in the fatty acid composition of Arctic herbivorous copepods: Experimental evidence of trophic markers
To verify the potential of fatty acids as trophic markers, feeding experiments were carried out with the dominant herbivorous copepods Calanus finmarchicus, C. hyperboreus and C. glacialis from the… Expand
Fatty acid composition of Arctic and Antarctic macroalgae: indicator of phylogenetic and trophic relationships
The fatty acid composition of 6 Arctic and 14 Antarctic macroalgae species (Rhodo- phyta, Phaeophyta and Chlorophyta) from Kongsfjorden (west Spitsbergen, Arctic) and King George Island (Antarctic… Expand
Herbivorous or omnivorous? On the significance of lipid compositions as trophic markers in Antarctic copepods
Three dominant Antarctic copepods, Calanoides acutus, Rhincalanus gigas and Metridia gerlachei (copepodite stages V and females), were collected during summer (January/ February) in the southern… Expand
Mitochondrial Acclimation Capacities to Ocean Warming and Acidification Are Limited in the Antarctic Nototheniid Fish, Notothenia rossii and Lepidonotothen squamifrons
Antarctic notothenioid fish are characterized by their evolutionary adaptation to the cold, thermostable Southern Ocean, which is associated with unique physiological adaptations to withstand the… Expand
Assimilation and biosynthesis of lipids in Arctic Calanus species based on feeding experiments with a 13C labelled diatom
Abstract The dominant Arctic Ocean and North Atlantic copepods Calanus hyperboreus, Calanus glacialis, and Calanus finmarchicus were collected in the Greenland Sea and fed 13C labelled diatom… Expand
Improved separation and quantification of neutral and polar lipid classes by HPLC-ELSD using a monolithic silica phase: application to exceptional marine lipids.
An improved HPLC method is presented, which allows separation and quantification of a broad range of lipid classes of marine zooplankton with special regard to neutral lipids. Marine zooplankton… Expand
Feeding rates and selectivity among nauplii, copepodites and adult females of Calanus finmarchicus and Calanus helgolandicus
- B. Meyer, X. Irigoien, M. Graeve, R. Head, R. Harris
- Helgoland Marine Research
- 1 September 2002
Abstract. This study focuses on selective feeding by developmental stages of two oceanic copepods, Calanus finmarchicus and Calanus helgolandicus from nauplii to adults. A mixture of four algal… Expand
Calanoides acutus and Calanus propinquus, Antarctic copepods with different lipid storage modes via wax esters or triacylglycerols
The dominant large copepods Calanoides acutus and Calanus propinquus were collected south of 65°S in the Antarctic Weddell Sea in late winter/early spring (October-November) and summer… Expand
Lipid composition and utilization in developing eggs of two tropical marine caridean shrimps (Decapoda: Caridea: Alpheidae, Palaemonidae"
Abstract Changes in biomass and lipid biochemistry during egg development were studied in the tropical shrimps, Alpheus saxidomus and Palaemonetes schmitti , from Pacific Costa Rica. Freshly-laid… Expand