Population dynamics of pond zooplankton II Daphnia ambigua Scourfield

Abstract

Calcium was the most important of 27 environmental components affecting density for a 50 week period. Simultaneous stepwise regression accounted for more variability in total number/1 and in the number of ovigerous females/1 than did any of the lag analyses; 1-week lag accounted for the greatest amount of variability in clutch size. Total number and clutch size were little affected by measures of food.

DOI: 10.1007/BF00047022

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@article{Angino2004PopulationDO, title={Population dynamics of pond zooplankton II Daphnia ambigua Scourfield}, author={Ernest E. Angino and Kenneth B. Armitage and Bhagwan Saxena}, journal={Hydrobiologia}, year={2004}, volume={42}, pages={491-507} }