The average abundance of zooplanktonic
species was highest in summer, spring, and winter, respectively.
Richness and distribution of zooplanktonic
crustacean species in Chilean Andes Mountains and southern Patagonia shallow ponds.
19] are derived from algal and zooplanktonic
sources, whereas the higher plants are prone to produce long-chain n-alkenes .
In fact, several authors observed that notonectids exhibit a tendency to select zooplanktonic
prey based on their size, with a clear preference for the largest ones, indirectly favoring smaller and supposedly less competitive Zooplankton species (Cooper, 1983; Scott and Murdoch, 1983; Murdoch and Scott, 1984; Gilbert and Bums, 1999; Walsh et al.
A survey of estuarine benthic, zooplanktonic
and phytoplanktonic communities of Amvrakikos Gulf, Ionian Sea.
Thus, the effects of fish predation on zooplankton communities are differently expressed in lake ecosystems, which can cause changes in the diversity and density of zooplanktonic
species, the composition and biomass of phytoplankton and the physical and chemical conditions of the environment.
Key words: adults, amphipods, British Columbia, euphausiids, former breeding, Haida Gwaii, juveniles, Ptychoramphus aleuticus, zooplanktonic
Application of an inexpensive and high-throughput genomic DNA extraction method for the molecular ecology of zooplanktonic
The recorded zooplanktonic
organisms were rotifers copepods cladocerans and crustacean larvae.
Shrimps may also avoid using zooplankton as a direct food source because shrimps were too large to capture the small zooplanktonic
2006) (profoxydim) showed that herbicides can affect zooplanktonic
The fry were fed with unicellular microscopic zooplanktonic