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The Sulejow Reservoir (Poland) was sampled on a weekly basis between May and September in 2003 and 2004 to examine changes in weight-specific microcystin content of Microcystis aeruginosa and to examine which abiotic or biotic factors may be the key factors governing microcystin content. The...
The morphology of the final phyllosoma larval stage of the slipper lobster Scyllarus pygmaeus is described and illustrated based on larvae captured from Mediterranean waters and compared with those described in other Scyllaridae. These larvae were always found in deep waters (>200 m). Nucleotide...
Plankton-linked Vibrio cholerae has been detected in aquatic environments since the first decades of the 20th century. Several mechanisms have been proposed to explain the survival of V. cholerae during inter-epidemic periods, one of which is through existence in its viable non-culturable (VNC)...
We evaluated a new technique to characterize resting stage zooplankton assemblages in both riverine slackwater habitats and floodplain wetlands, using coconut fibre mats (CFMs). Results obtained using the CFMs were compared with those obtained using the conventional sediment coring technique,...
Molecular probes can be used for early and rapid detection of toxic algal species. The sandwich hybridization requires two probes for each species, a capture probe and a nearly adjacent signal probe. Probe sets for the species-specific identification of the toxic algal species Gymnodinium...
European anchovy larvae were sampled in June 2004 in the south-eastern part of the Bay of Biscay (limits: 4°W, 46°N). Larval distribution was analysed and compared with spawning distribution in previous weeks. Patches of old larvae were found around the French and Cantabrian shelf (CS) edges...
The proliferation of large phytoplankton in tropical shallow freshwater ecosystems may be attributable to inefficient feeding by the dominant zooplankton (small cladocerans and rotifers) on large particles, but more information on the feeding behavior of tropical organisms is required to explore...
This study describes spatial and temporal distributions of the zooplankton community in Tampa Bay, including their distributions during a bloom of the toxic dinoflagellate Pyrodinium bahamense. Three sites in the bay were sampled 30 times from April 2002 to April 2003. Abundances of holoplankton...
Grazing rates of microzooplankton feeding on picophytoplankton (Flow-cytometry) and total phytoplankton (Chlorophyll a) were measured in the eastern Indian Ocean off south west Western Australia from February 2003 to December 2004. Three sites representing different oceanographic habitats, the...
The description of phytoplankton growth and nutrient acquisition plays a pivotal role in affecting the performance of plankton ecosystem models. A comparison was made between the behaviour of multi-nutrient phytoplankton models with alternative descriptions of the relationships between the...
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