Food limitation in naupliar and adult Diaptomus pakh

@inproceedings{Williamson2000FoodLI,
  title={Food limitation in naupliar and adult Diaptomus pakh},
  author={Craig E. Williamson and Nancy M. Butler and Lorraine Forcina},
  year={2000}
}
The relationships between survivorship and fecundity of Diaptomus pakdus and algal food concentrations (Cryptomonas reflexa) were examined with a flow-through system that prevents the depletion and settling of algal cells. Egg production in adult females increased with increasing food concentration up to a maximum at 600 pg dry wt liter*. Under starvation conditions, egg production stopped and survival decreased, whereas at 60 pg dry wt liter-l production was halted and survival was high… CONTINUE READING

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