Impact of natural metazooplankton assemblage on planktonic microbial communities in a newly flooded reservoir

@inproceedings{Thouvenot1998ImpactON,
  title={Impact of natural metazooplankton assemblage on planktonic microbial communities in a newly flooded reservoir},
  author={Antoine Thouvenot and Didier Debroas and Mathilde Richardot and Jean D{\'e}vaux},
  year={1998}
}
The grazing impact of a natural assemblage of metazoan zooplankton on pigmented flagellates (PF), heterotrophic nanoflagellates (HNF), ciliates, and non-flagellate algae and microcyanobacteria (NFAM) was measured in situ during the period of thermal stratification in a newly flooded reservoir (Reservoir de la Sep, France). Experiments were conducted with diffusion chambers in the metaand epilimnion over a period of 7 h. The mean mortalities of PF in the epiand metalimnion (0.08 ± 0.02 and 0.06… CONTINUE READING

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