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Feeding habits ofMysis relicta — an overview
Mysis relicta has been recognized as an important component of many limnetic food webs. The first approach to studying the feeding habits ofM. relicta was the analysis of stomach contents.
Feeding habits of Mysis relicta — an overview
Mysis relicta is concluded to be opportunistic, capable of utilizing a variety of food resources, and may play an important role in structuring limnetic food webs.
Density Estimates of Mysis relicta in Lake Michigan
Density estimates of Mysis relicta based on night vertical net tows at stations of 30–50 m in Lake Michigan were about an order of magnitude larger than previous estimates based on sled tows.
Antennal Scale Length as a Measure of Relative Size in the Opossum Shrimp, Mysis Relicta Loven 1)
Die Benutzung der Antennenschuppenlange wird fur zukunftige Untersuchungen von Mysis relicta als ein genaueres Mass der relativen Grosse empfohlen.
Diel vertical migration of a pelagic amphipod in the absence of fish predation
It is suggested that a persistent, dense, neustonic algal assemblage may provide a food resource incentive for the twilight ascent of the pelagic amphipod, Hyalella montezuma.
Northern Michigan snowpack—a study of acid stability and release
Abstract Weekly samples of wet deposition, dry deposition, and the snowpack were collected during the 1981–1982 winter at the University of Michigan Biological Station which is located near Pellston,
Retention and release of chemical species by a Northern Michigan snowpack
Snowcore and water samples were collected during the 1981 to 82 winter at two independent sites in Northern Michigan; the Little Pigeon River and McNearney Lake. Acidic and basic species were