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Assessment of Congo red as a fluorescence marker for the exoskeleton of small crustaceans and the cuticle of polychaetes
In this study, the potential of the common dye Congo red as a fluorescence marker for chitin in the exoskeleton of small crustaceans and collagen in the polychaete cuticle was tested. The Congo redExpand
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Biological geography of the European seas: results from the MacroBen database
This study examines whether or not biogeographical and/or managerial divisions across the European seas can be validated using soft-bottom macrobenthic community data. The faunal groups used were:Expand
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Vergleichende gemeinschaftsanalytische und taxonomischeUntersuchungen der Harpacticoidenfaunader Seeberge „Sedlo“ und „Seine“ (nördlicher Mittelatlantik)
In dieser Untersuchung wurde sowohl die Harpacticoiden-Fauna der Seeberge Sedlo und Seine (nordlicher Mittelatlantik) als auch die der umgebenden Tiefsee analysiert. Es wurden innerhalb und zwischenExpand
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Sediment-mediated effects of lugworms on intertidal meiofauna
Abstract Based on a large-scale, long-term lugworm exclusion experiment established on an intertidal sand flat in Konigshafen (Sylt, North Sea), the effect of ecosystem engineering by the lugwormExpand
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The distribution of the taxa Eurycletodes Sars, 1909 and Mesocletodes Sars, 1909 in the Eastern Atlantic Ocean: a comparison between deep sea and seamount fauna
Our knowledge about large scale distribution of harpacticoids in the deep sea is still very limited. Mainly because of two reasons: concerning meiofauna the oceans in general are undersampled 2)Expand
Distributional patterns of deep-sea representatives of Ancorabolidae and Argestidae (Crustacea: Copepoda)
The harpacticoid families Ancorabolidae Sars, 1909 and Argestidae Por, 1986, are both regarded as representatives for deep-sea meiofauna, either being worldwide distributed with predominantExpand