Benthic predators and zooplanktonic
prey: Predation by Crangonyx shoemaker (Crustacea; Amphipoda) on Daphnia obtusa (Crustacea; Cladocera).
For this reason, we reviewed antibiotic and antifungal methods that have been used to obtain zooplanktonic
and phytoplanktonic cultures free of bacterioplankton and mycoplankton.
carpio), where a very high initial density of zooplanktonic
prey is required (Khadka & Rao, 1986).
Many copepods are symbiotically associated with phyto- or zooplanktonic
organisms, and may complete their entire life cycle in planktonic communities.
The first intermediate host (species in which the procercoid develops) is probably brackish zooplanktonic
organisms can incorporate several elements or compounds from phytoplankton or by the diffusion from the surrounding water .
The average abundance of zooplanktonic
species was highest in summer, spring, and winter, respectively.
Seasonal effects on zooplanktonic
community in a temporary lagoon of Northeast Brazil.
Short-chain n-alkenes (n-[C.sub.21-]) composed of mixtures of n-[C.sub.15], n-[C.sub.17] and n-[C.sub.19] are derived from algal and zooplanktonic
sources, whereas the higher plants are prone to produce long-chain n-alkenes .
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.