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We sampled chydorids (Branchiopoda, Anomopoda) from 29 Irish lakes between June 1996 and July 1997 in order to assess the usefulness of this group as an indicator of lake ecological quality, as required by the recently published EU Water Framework Directive. The lakes represented a wide range of...
It is widely accepted that hydroelectric dams have a significant effect on migratory fish species. Ireland has four major catchments harnessed for hydroelectricity. Atlantic salmon populations above hydroelectric installations in these systems are significantly reduced or extinct, and the...
During 1996 the present author sampled diatom biomass monthly from three spawning fords on the River Bush in County Antrim, using both the glazed and unglazed surfaces of ceramic tiles. A high biomass of benthic diatoms occurred in the river during spring 1996, and it is possible that this...
Fusarium head blight (FHB) of wheat has become one of the most important crop diseases in small-grain cereal production. The FHB pathogen lowers grain yield and quality, and under favourable conditions it can also produce mycotoxins that pose a serious risk to animal and human health. Because...
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