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Titolo:
THE PARADOX OF DIATOM-COPEPOD INTERACTIONS
Autore:
BAN SH; BURNS C; CASTEL J; CHAUDRON Y; CHRISTOU E; ESCRIBANO R; UMANI SF; GASPARINI S; RUIZ FG; HOFFMEYER M; IANORA A; KANG HK; LAABIR M; LACOSTE A; MIRALTO A; NING XR; POULET S; RODRIGUEZ V; RUNGE J; SHI JX; STARR M; UYE S; WANG YJ;
Indirizzi:
CNRS,BIOL STN,BP 74 F-29682 ROSCOFF FRANCE CNRS,BIOL STN F-29682 ROSCOFF FRANCE HOKKAIDO UNIV,FAC FISHERIES,PLANKTON LAB SAPPORO HOKKAIDO 060 JAPAN UNIV OTAGO,DEPT ZOOL DUNEDIN NEW ZEALAND CTR OCEANOG & BIOL MARINE ARCACHON FRANCE NATL CTR MARINE RES,INST OCEANOG GR-16604 ATHENS GREECE UNIV ANTOFAGASTA,FAC RECURSOS MAR,INST INVEST OCEANOL ANTOFAGASTA CHILE UNIV TRIESTE,BIOL MARINA LAB I-34127 TRIESTE ITALY FAC CIENCIAS EXPT,DEPT BIOL ANIM VEGETAL & ECOL JAEN SPAIN INST ARGENTINO OCEANOG RA-8000 BAHIA BLANCA ARGENTINA STN ZOOL I-80121 NAPLES ITALY NATL FISHERIES UNIV PUSAN,KOREA ITER UNIV INST OCEAN SCI PUSAN SOUTH KOREA STATE OCEAN ADM,INST OCEANOG 2 HANGZHOU 310012 PEOPLES R CHINA UNIV MALAGA,FAC CIENCIAS,DEPT GEOL & ECOL E-29071 MALAGA SPAIN FISHERIES & OCEANS CANADA,MAURICE LAMONTAGNE INST MONT JOLI PQ G5H 3Z4 CANADA UNIV OREGON,COLL OCEAN & ATMOSPHER SCI CORVALLIS OR 00000
Titolo Testata:
Marine ecology. Progress series
, volume: 157, anno: 1997,
pagine: 287 - 293
SICI:
0171-8630(1997)157:<287:TPODI>2.0.ZU;2-Q
Fonte:
ISI
Lingua:
ENG
Soggetto:
CALANUS-HELGOLANDICUS; REPRODUCTIVE RESPONSE; EMBRYONIC-DEVELOPMENT; HATCHING SUCCESS; EGG VIABILITY; ST-LAWRENCE; FATTY-ACID; WATERS; FECUNDITY; MICROPLANKTON;
Keywords:
DIATOM-COPEPOD INTERACTIONS; COPEPOD RECRUITMENT; FOOD WEBS;
Tipo documento:
Article
Natura:
Periodico
Settore Disciplinare:
Science Citation Index Expanded
Science Citation Index Expanded
Citazioni:
35
Recensione:
Indirizzi per estratti:
Citazione:
S.H. Ban et al., "THE PARADOX OF DIATOM-COPEPOD INTERACTIONS", Marine ecology. Progress series, 157, 1997, pp. 287-293

Abstract

Traditionally, diatoms have been associated with productive pelagic food chains that lead, through suspension-feeding planktonic copepods, to top consumers and important fisheries. Here, 15 laboratories located worldwide in 12 different countries and representing a variety of marine, estuarine and freshwater environments present strong evidence that diatom diets are in fact inferior for copepod reproduction. When fed to females of 16 copepod species, all but 1 of the 17 diatoms examined significantly reduced egg production rates or egg viability compared to non-diatom controls. These effects are hypothesized to influence copepod recruitment patterns and the flow of energy in marine food webs.

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