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The size structure of phytoplankton production and biomass was surveyed during a 7-day Lagrangian study of the decline of the spring phytoplankton bloom in the northwest Atlantic and during post-bloom conditions. Well-stratified and nutrient-depleted surface waters led to nitrogen limitation of...
We demonstrate consumption and assimilation of carbon from copepod benthic eggs by sediment-dwelling macrofauna in a four-step 14 C -labelling experiment (algae>copepods>eggs>macrofauna).
Ultraphytoplankton (<5 μm) are important members of food webs in any pelagic system. Temporal succession in their community structure was studied at a coastal station (38°28′S–57°41′W), “Estación Permanente de Estudios Ambientales (EPEA)”, during summer 2001–2002. Prokaryotic and...
The pan-global marine appendicularian, Oikopleura dioica, shows considerable promise as a candidate model organism for cross-disciplinary research ranging from chordate genetics and evolution to molecular ecology research. This urochordate, has a simplified anatomical organization, remains...
The influence of organic nutrients on the evolution of Pseudo-nitzschia delicatissima cultures was investigated in an enrichment experiment with high-molecular-weight dissolved organic matter (HMWDOM) and in an uptake assay with 15 N-ammonium and 15 N-urea. HMWDOM was extracted from seawater...
We present a data set describing the seasonal climatology and the spatial pattern in mortality and recruitment in early stages of Calanus finmarchicus in the lower St Lawrence estuary (LSLE) and the Gulf of St Lawrence (GSL), respectively. Contrary to the common assumption of constant mortality,...
Environmental and phytoplankton parameters were explored at nine stations located along a large scale (3188 km) east–west longitudinal transect (4°95′E–32°67′E) of the Mediterranean Sea. The trend analysis confirmed a statistically significant east–west decrease of mean temperatures...
A high proportion of female diaptomid copepods mate several times and more often than needed for each clutch production. Our understanding of the adaptive significance of this behaviour and the underlying process is limited. Theory suggests that polyandry may arise when whatever benefits females...
We investigated the effect of different light conditions on primary production and growth rates of three closely related freshwater picocyanobacterial strains from three different ribotypes in laboratory cultures. The primary goal was to test whether not only different pigment types (PC-rich...
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