Are they still viable? Physical conditions and abundance of Daphnia pulicaria resting eggs in sediment cores from lakes in the Tatra Mountains

@article{Markov2006AreTS,
  title={Are they still viable? Physical conditions and abundance of Daphnia pulicaria resting eggs in sediment cores from lakes in the Tatra Mountains},
  author={Silvia Markov{\'a} and Martin {\vC}ern{\'y} and David John Rees and Ev{\vz}en Stuchl{\'i}k},
  journal={Biologia},
  year={2006},
  volume={61},
  pages={S135-S146}
}
All species of Daphnia (Cladocera) produce, at some stage in their life cycle, diapausing eggs, which can remain viable for decades or centuries forming a “seed bank” in lake sediments. Because of their often good preservation in lake sediment, they are useful in paleolimnology and microevolutionary studies. The focus of this study was the analysis of cladoceran resting eggs stored in the sediment in order to examine the ephippial eggs bank of Daphnia pulicaria Forbes in six mountain lakes in… CONTINUE READING
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