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Harmful Freshwater Algal Blooms, With an Emphasis on Cyanobacteria
Suspended algae, or phytoplankton, are the prime source of organic matter supporting food webs in freshwater ecosystems. Phytoplankton productivity is reliant on adequate nutrient supplies; however,Expand
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Zooplankton–phytoplankton relationships in shallow subtropical versus temperate lakes Apopka (Florida, USA) and Trasimeno (Umbria, Italy)
This study compares and contrasts the dynamics of phytoplankton, zooplankton, and nutrients in two of the largest shallow lakes in the USA (Lake Apopka, Florida) and Europe (Lago Trasimeno, Umbria,Expand
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Distribution and community structure of estuarine copepods
Distribution, abundance, and community structure were studied over a 30 month period in the planktonic copepod community of the estuaries near Beaufort, North Carolina. Many of the copepod speciesExpand
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Ecology of Harmful Cyanobacteria
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Effects of colonial morphology on zooplankton utilization of algal resources during blue-green algal (Microcystis aeruginosa) blooms
Experiments were conducted to test the following proposed mechanisms whereby blooms of colonial blue-green algae (Microcystis aeruginosa) may more negatively affect large-bodied cladocerans thanExpand
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Grazing on filamentous algae by herbivorous zooplankton
SUMMARY. 1. Feeding experiments were conducted to examine filtering rates and selectivity of a variety of zooplankton taxa (including cladocerans, copepods and a rotifer) for filamentous diatoms,Expand
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Effects of the blue-green alga Microcystis aeruginosa on zooplankton competitive relations
SummaryField distribution patterns and laboratory feeding experiments have suggested that blooms of colonial blue-green algae strongly inhibit relatively large-bodied daphnid cladocerans. WeExpand
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