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Cyanobacteria are known to negatively affect their herbivores either by being of low nutritional value, by clogging the feeding apparatus or by producing toxins, and specifically, the role of toxins has been debated. Hence, in order to assess to what extent cyanobacterial toxins affect a major...
An experiment was conducted with a natural freshwater phytoplankton community from a eutrophic pond to investigate the combined effects of phytoplankton community competitive interactions, nutrient enrichment and zooplankton on Microcystis bloom formation. The pond water initially had a very low...
We explored the relationship between mixing dynamics in the surface mixed layer and the photoprotective response of phytoplankton. The distribution of photoprotective pigments was determined at 15 stations in subantarctic waters southeast of New Zealand during austral autumn. The first-order...
The ecological dynamics of picoplankton were investigated at a coastal upwelling system of northern Baja California during six cruises (September 2007–November 2008). Populations of Prochlorococcus , Synechococcus , PicoEukaryotes and heterotrophic bacteria were assessed by flow cytometry...
Planktivorous fish are important in shaping zooplankton communities in many freshwater ecosystems, and there is an intrinsic link between the active and resting forms of many zooplankton taxa. However, few field studies have considered the influence of planktivorous fish on zooplankton...
Phylogenetic diversity (18S rRNA gene) of picoeukaryotes in Hong Kong coastal waters is dominated by heterotrophic forms and influenced by the seasonally driven combination of freshwater discharge from the Pearl River, oceanic water of the South China Sea and coastal water from the China Coastal...
Light-dependent behavior of the abundant zooplankton species inhabiting the White Sea were studied experimentally during: (i) the spring equinox (March); (ii) the polar day (late May to June), (iii) August, 17/7 h day–night light cycle, (iv) the fall equinox (October). Behavioral patterns were...
Individual variation in morphology is linked to organism displacement in numerous taxa. This relationship among adult copepods has previously received little attention. In this study, we questioned whether the swimming behaviour of three morphologically different adult states of Pseudodiaptomus...
The Mediterranean coast receives large inputs of dust with a potential fertilization effect. We evaluated the effect of a wet dust deposition event on microbial abundance and activity, community structure and metabolic balance. Dust collected during a dust storm event was added to a series of...
Rapid sedimentation of phytoplankton cells following seasonal blooms is common in lakes and coastal zones throughout the world, yet the fate of these cells is uncertain. Ascertaining the fate of seasonal blooms may be particularly important in ecosystems that experience hypoxia. Benthic stations...
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