Are blue-green algae a suitable food for zooplankton? An overview


One of the reasons suggested to explain the dominance of blue-greens in eutrophic lakes is that they are not used as food by zooplankton; and even when ingested, they are poorly utilized. An increase in herbivores might be the expected result of biomanipulation of the aquatic food chain. This attempt at controlling the algae population is, however, destined… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/BF02530326


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