zooplankter

zo·o·plank·ter

 (zō′ə-plăngk′tər)
n.
One of the animal organisms constituting zooplankton.

zooplankter

(ˌzəʊəˈplæŋktə)
n
(Biology) one of the animal organisms making up zooplankton
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De novo assembly of a transcriptome for Calanus finmarchicus (Crustacea, Copepoda)--the dominant zooplankter of the North Atlantic Ocean.
Our zooplankton values were also lower in the presence of high values of nutrients and Chl-a during the January and October cruises, which could be due to the time lag between the transference from primary producers to zooplankter organisms.
Bythotrephes longimanus (Leydig 1860) is a predacious zooplankter native to the Ponto-Caspian region that invaded the Great Lakes during the mid-1980s (Lehman 1987).
This cosmopolitan freshwater crustacean zooplankter has to deal with anthropogenic induced aquatic habitats changes, more particularly with eutrophication and the associated proliferation of cyanobacteria that produce toxic substances.
Larvae begin feeding on large phytoplankton and small zooplankter and follow feeding on increasingly larger zooplankter (Hunter, 1981), which was also observed in the present study as the fish grew in size it preferred larger zooplankton than smaller like C.
An exotic zooplankter native to Asia, Australia, and Africa, D.
It infects a major marine zooplankter, which occupies a key position in marine food webs.
A zooplankter feeding on just one type of particle can be seen as being in high gain mode as it lets the potential in other resource particles pass by with no attempt at capture.
Daphnia lumholtzi Sars is one such zooplankter that exhibits morphological features which may inhibit predation by gape-limited predators.
has demonstrated the voraciousness with which Bythotrephes-a European zooplankter-is consuming another type of zooplankter commonly known as the water flea.