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    1. Sabater, C; Carrasco, JM
      Effects of the organophosphorus insecticide fenitrothion on growth in fivefreshwater species of phytoplankton

      ENVIRONMENTAL TOXICOLOGY
    2. Xi, YL; Huang, XF; Jin, HJ; Liu, JK
      The effect of food concentration on the life history of three types of Brachionus calyciflorus females

      INTERNATIONAL REVIEW OF HYDROBIOLOGY
    3. Gallardo, WG; Hagiwara, A; Snell, TW
      Use of GABA to enhance rotifer reproduction in enrichment culture

      AQUACULTURE RESEARCH
    4. Sarma, SSS; Ramirez-Perez, T; Nandini, S; Penalosa-Castro, I
      Combined effects of food concentration and the herbicide 2,4-dichlorophenoxyacetic acid on the population dynamics of Brachionus patulus (Rotifera)

      ECOTOXICOLOGY
    5. Yoshinaga, T; Hagiwara, A; Tsukamoto, K
      Effect of periodical starvation on the survival of offspring in the rotifer Brachionus plicatilis

      FISHERIES SCIENCE
    6. Sancho, E; Sanchez, M; Ferrando, MD; Andreu-Moliner, E
      Effects of thiobencarb herbicide to an alga (Nannochloris oculata) and theCladoceran (Daphnia magna)

      JOURNAL OF ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE AND HEALTH PART B-PESTICIDES FOOD CONTAMINANTS AND AGRICULTURAL WASTES
    7. Preston, BL; Snell, TW
      Full life-cycle toxicity assessment using rotifer resting egg production: implications for ecological risk assessment

      ENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTION
    8. Preston, BL; Snell, TW
      Direct and indirect effects of sublethal toxicant exposure on population dynamics of freshwater rotifers: a modeling approach

      AQUATIC TOXICOLOGY
    9. Preston, BL; Snell, TW; Fields, DM; Weissburg, MJ
      The effects of fluid motion on toxicant sensitivity of the rotifer Brachionus calyciflorus

      AQUATIC TOXICOLOGY
    10. Liao, IC; Su, HM; Chang, EY
      Techniques in finfish larviculture in Taiwan

      AQUACULTURE
    11. Fushimi, H
      Production of juvenile marine finfish for stock enhancement in Japan

      AQUACULTURE
    12. Hagiwara, A; Gallardo, WG; Assavaaree, M; Kotani, T; de Araujo, AB
      Live food production in Japan: recent progress and future aspects

      AQUACULTURE
    13. Dhert, P; Rombaut, G; Suantika, G; Sorgeloos, P
      Advancement of rotifer culture and manipulation techniques in Europe

      AQUACULTURE
    14. Rombaut, G; Suantika, G; Boon, N; Maertens, S; Dhert, P; Top, E; Sorgeloos, P; Verstraete, W
      Monitoring of the evolving diversity of the microbial community present inrotifer cultures

      AQUACULTURE
    15. Canavate, JP; Fernandez-Diaz, C
      Pilot evaluation of freeze-dried microalgae in the mass rearing of gilthead seabream (Sparus aurata) larvae

      AQUACULTURE
    16. Evjemo, JO; Danielsen, TL; Olsen, Y
      Losses of lipid, protein and n-3 fatty acids in enriched Artemia franciscana starved at different temperatures

      AQUACULTURE
    17. Selmi, G
      Ectosymbiotic bacteria on ciliated cells of a rotifer

      TISSUE & CELL
    18. Bosque, T; Hernandez, R; Perez, R; Todoli, R; Oltra, R
      Effects of salinity, temperature and food level on the demographic characteristics of the seawater rotifer Synchaeta littoralis Rousselet

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL MARINE BIOLOGY AND ECOLOGY
    19. Navarro, N; Yufera, M; Garcia-Gallego, M
      Use of freeze-dried microalgae for rearing gilthead seabream, Sparus aurata L., larvae. II. Biochemical composition

      HYDROBIOLOGIA
    20. Gilbert, JJ
      Spine development in Brachionus quadridentatus from an Australian billabong: genetic variation and induction by Asplanchna

      HYDROBIOLOGIA
    21. May, L; Bailey-Watts, AE; Kirika, A
      The relationship between Trichocerca pusilla (Jennings), Aulacoseira spp. and water temperature in Loch Leven, Scotland, UK

      HYDROBIOLOGIA
    22. Armengol, X; Boronat, L; Camacho, A; Wurtsbaugh, WA
      Grazing by a dominant rotifer Conochilus unicornis Rousselet in a mountainlake: in situ measurements with synthetic microspheres

      HYDROBIOLOGIA
    23. Jung, MM; Hagiwara, A
      The effect of bacteria on interspecific relationships between the euryhaline rotifer Brachionus rotundiformis and the harpacticoid copepod Tigriopus japonicus

      HYDROBIOLOGIA
    24. Wiackowski, K; Ventela, AM; Moilanen, M; Saarikari, V; Vuorio, K; Sarvala, J
      What factors control planktonic ciliates during summer in a highly eutrophic lake?

      HYDROBIOLOGIA
    25. Stelzer, CP
      Resource limitation and reproductive effort in a planktonic rotifer

      ECOLOGY
    26. Verschuere, L; Rombaut, G; Sorgeloos, P; Verstraete, W
      Probiotic bacteria as biological control agents in aquaculture

      MICROBIOLOGY AND MOLECULAR BIOLOGY REVIEWS
    27. Kim, D; Sato, Y; Oda, T; Muramatsu, T; Matsuyama, Y; Honjo, T
      Specific toxic effect of dinoflagellate Heterocapsa circularisquama on therotifer Brachionus plicatilis

      BIOSCIENCE BIOTECHNOLOGY AND BIOCHEMISTRY
    28. Snell, TW; Serra, M
      Using probability of extinction to evaluate the ecological significance oftoxicant effects

      ENVIRONMENTAL TOXICOLOGY AND CHEMISTRY
    29. Roex, EWM; Van Gestel, CA; Van Wezel, AP; Van Straalen, NM
      Ratios between acute aquatic toxicity and effects on population growth rates in relation to toxicant mode of action

      ENVIRONMENTAL TOXICOLOGY AND CHEMISTRY
    30. Preston, BL; Snell, TW; Robertson, TL; Dingmann, BJ
      Use of freshwater rotifer Brachionus calyciflorus in screening assay for potential endocrine disruptors

      ENVIRONMENTAL TOXICOLOGY AND CHEMISTRY
    31. Giddings, JM; Hall, LW; Solomon, KR
      Ecological risks of diazinon from agricultural use in the Sacramento-San Joaquin River Basins, California

      RISK ANALYSIS
    32. DelValls, TA; Conradi, K
      Advances in marine ecotoxicology: Laboratory tests versus field assessmentdata on sediment quality studies

      CIENCIAS MARINAS
    33. Dolan, JR; Gallegos, CL; Moigis, A
      Dilution effects on microzooplankton in dilution grazing experiments

      MARINE ECOLOGY-PROGRESS SERIES
    34. Wolfe, MF; Schwartz, GJB; Singaram, S; Mielbrecht, EE; Tjeerdema, RS; Sowby, ML
      Influence of dispersants on the bioavailability and trophic transfer of phenanthrene to algae and rotifers

      AQUATIC TOXICOLOGY
    35. de Paggi, SJ; Branco, CWC; Kozlowsky-Suzuki, B
      Description of Macrochaetus kostei n. sp (Rotifera, Trichotriidae) from a coastal lagoon of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

      STUDIES ON NEOTROPICAL FAUNA AND ENVIRONMENT
    36. Girling, AE; Tattersfield, L; Mitchell, GC; Crossland, NO; Pascoe, D; Blockwell, SJ; Maund, SJ; Taylor, EJ; Wenzel, A; Janssen, CR; Juttner, I
      Derivation of predicted no-effect concentrations for lindane, 3,4-dichloroaniline, atrazine, and copper

      ECOTOXICOLOGY AND ENVIRONMENTAL SAFETY
    37. Girling, AE; Pascoe, D; Janssen, CR; Peither, A; Wenzel, A; Schafer, H; Neumeier, B; Mitchell, GC; Taylor, EJ; Maund, SJ; Lay, JP; Juttner, I; Crossland, NO; Stephenson, RR; Personne, G
      Development of methods for evaluating toxicity to freshwater ecosystems

      ECOTOXICOLOGY AND ENVIRONMENTAL SAFETY
    38. Yang, CY; Chou, JJ
      Classification of rotifers with machine vision by shape moment invariants

      AQUACULTURAL ENGINEERING
    39. Maurizi, A; Diaz, JP; Divanach, P; Papandroulakis, N; Connes, R
      The effect of glycerol dissolved in the rearing water on the transition toexotrophy in gilthead sea bream Sparus aurata larvae

      AQUACULTURE
    40. Douillet, PA
      Bacterial additives that consistently enhance rotifer growth under synxenic culture conditions 2. Use of single and multiple bacterial probiotics

      AQUACULTURE
    41. Douillet, PA
      Bacterial additives that consistently enhance rotifer growth under synxenic culture conditions 1. Evaluation of commercial products and pure isolates

      AQUACULTURE
    42. Pascoe, D; Wenzel, A; Janssen, C; Girling, AE; Juttner, I; Fliedner, A; Blockwell, SJ; Maund, SJ; Taylor, EJ; Diedrich, M; Persoone, G; Verhelst, P; Stephenson, RR; Crossland, NO; Mitchell, GC; Pearson, N; Tattersfield, L; Lay, JP; Peither, A; Neumeier, B; Velletti, AR
      The development of toxicity tests for freshwater pollutants and their validation in stream and pond mesocosms

      WATER RESEARCH
    43. Ting, JH; Kelly, LS; Snell, TW
      Identification of sex, age and species-specific proteins on the surface ofthe harpacticoid copepod Tigriopus japonicus

      MARINE BIOLOGY
    44. Leutbecher, C
      A routine method of DNA-extraction from extremely small metazoans, e.g. single rotifer specimens for RAPD-PCR analyses

      HYDROBIOLOGIA
    45. Lindemann, N; Kleinow, W
      A study of rotifer feeding and digestive processes using erythrocytes as microparticulate markers

      HYDROBIOLOGIA
    46. Nielsen, DL; Hillman, TJ; Smith, FJ; Shiel, RJ
      The influence of a planktivorous fish on zooplankton assemblages in experimental billabongs

      HYDROBIOLOGIA
    47. Dodson, SI; Arnott, SE; Cottingham, KL
      The relationship in lake communities between primary productivity and species richness

      ECOLOGY
    48. Cecchine, G; Snell, TW
      Toxicant exposure increases threshold food levels in freshwater rotifer populations

      ENVIRONMENTAL TOXICOLOGY
    49. Lewis, TE; Nichols, PD; McMeekin, TA
      The biotechnological potential of thraustochytrids

      MARINE BIOTECHNOLOGY
    50. Ringo, E; Birkbeck, TH
      Intestinal microflora of fish larvae and fry

      AQUACULTURE RESEARCH
    51. Russell, NJ; Nichols, DS
      Polyunsaturated fatty acids in marine bacteria - a dogma rewritten

      MICROBIOLOGY-UK
    52. Rosen, MJ; Fei, L; Zhu, YP; Morrall, SW
      The relationship of the environmental effect of surfactants to their interfacial properties

      JOURNAL OF SURFACTANTS AND DETERGENTS
    53. Serra, M; King, CE
      Optimal rates of bisexual reproduction in cyclical parthenogens with density-dependent growth

      JOURNAL OF EVOLUTIONARY BIOLOGY
    54. Planas, M; Cunha, I
      Simple techniques for labelling prey and gut content analysis in short-term feeding experiments with fish larvae

      AQUATIC LIVING RESOURCES
    55. Ando, Y; Morita, S; Tadokoro, N; Ota, T; Sugimoto, T; Takamaru, N
      Identification of 5-octadecenoic acid in the rotifer Brachionus plicatilis

      FISHERIES SCIENCE
    56. Versteeg, DJ; Belanger, SE; Carr, GJ
      Understanding single-species and model ecosystem sensitivity: Data-based comparison

      ENVIRONMENTAL TOXICOLOGY AND CHEMISTRY
    57. Ferrando, MD; Sancho, E; Villarroel, MJ; Sanchez, M; Andreu, E
      Comparative toxicity of two herbicides, molinate and thiobencarb, to Brachionus calyciflorus

      JOURNAL OF ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE AND HEALTH PART B-PESTICIDES FOOD CONTAMINANTS AND AGRICULTURAL WASTES
    58. Wiackowski, K; Staronska, A
      The effect of predator and prey density on the induced defence of a ciliate

      FUNCTIONAL ECOLOGY
    59. Preston, BL; Snell, TW; Kneisel, R
      UV-B exposure increases acute toxicity of pentachlorophenol and mercury tothe rotifer Brachionus calyciflorus

      ENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTION
    60. Preston, BL; Snell, TW; Dusenbery, DB
      The effects of sublethal pentachlorophenol exposure on predation risk in freshwater rotifer species

      AQUATIC TOXICOLOGY
    61. Preston, BL; Cecchine, G; Snell, TW
      Effects of pentachlorophenol on predator avoidance behavior of the rotiferBrachionus calyciflorus

      AQUATIC TOXICOLOGY
    62. Villarroel, MJ; Ferrando, MD; Sancho, E; Andreu, E
      Daphnia magna feeding behavior after exposure to tetradifon and recovery from intoxication

      ECOTOXICOLOGY AND ENVIRONMENTAL SAFETY
    63. Armengol, X; Miracle, MR
      Zooplankton communities in doline lakes and pools, in relation to some bathymetric parameters and physical and chemical variables

      JOURNAL OF PLANKTON RESEARCH
    64. Charoy, C; Janssen, CR
      The swimming behaviour of Brachionus calyciflorus (rotifer) under toxic stress. II. Comparative sensitivity of various behavioural criteria.

      CHEMOSPHERE
    65. Hernandez-Cruz, CM; Salhi, M; Bessonart, M; Izquierdo, MS; Gonzalez, MM; Fernandez-Palacios, H
      Rearing techniques for red porgy (Pagrus pagrus) during larval development

      AQUACULTURE
    66. Rombaut, G; Dhert, P; Vandenberghe, J; Verschuere, L; Sorgeloos, P; Verstraete, W
      Selection of bacteria enhancing the growth rate of axenically hatched rotifers (Brachionus plicatilis)

      AQUACULTURE
    67. Sarma, SSS; Elias-Gutierrez, M
      A survey on the rotifer (Rotifera) fauna of the Yucatan Peninsula (Mexico)

      REVISTA DE BIOLOGIA TROPICAL
    68. Primicerio, R; Klemetsen, A
      Zooplankton seasonal dynamics in the neighbouring lakes Takvatn and Lombola (Northern Norway)

      HYDROBIOLOGIA
    69. Abu-Rezq, TS; Al-Musallam, L; Al-Shimmari, J; Dias, P
      Optimum production conditions for different high-quality marine algae

      HYDROBIOLOGIA
    70. Moreno-Garrido, I; Lubian, LM; Soares, AMVM
      Growth differences in cultured populations of Brachionus plicatilis Mullercaused by heavy metal stress as function of microalgal diet

      BULLETIN OF ENVIRONMENTAL CONTAMINATION AND TOXICOLOGY
    71. Villarroel, MJ; Sancho, E; Ferrando, MD; Andreu-Moliner, E
      Effect of an acaricide on the reproduction and survival of Daphnia magna

      BULLETIN OF ENVIRONMENTAL CONTAMINATION AND TOXICOLOGY
    72. Andreoli, C; Bresciani, E; Moro, I; Scarabel, L; La Rocca, N; Dalla Valle, L; Ghion, F
      A survey on a persistent greenish bloom in the Comacchio lagoons (Ferrara,Italy)

      BOTANICA MARINA
    73. Pourriot, R; Rougier, C
      Temperature, demographic characters and mixis in the heleoplanktonic rotifer Epiphanes brachionus (Ehrb.)

      ANNALES DE LIMNOLOGIE-INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF LIMNOLOGY
    74. JAK RG; MAAS JL; SCHOLTEN MCT
      ECOTOXICITY OF 3,4-DICHLOROANILINE IN ENCLOSED FRESH-WATER PLANKTON COMMUNITIES AT DIFFERENT NUTRIENT LEVELS

      Ecotoxicology
    75. FREY MA; LONSDALE DJ; SNELL TW
      THE INFLUENCE OF CONTACT CHEMICAL SIGNALS ON MATE RECOGNITION IN A HARPACTICOID COPEPOD

      Philosophical transactions-Royal Society of London. Biological sciences
    76. GOMEZ A; CLABBY C; CARVALHO GR
      ISOLATION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF MICROSATELLITE LOCI IN A CYCLICALLYPARTHENOGENETIC ROTIFER, BRACHIONUS-PLICATILIS

      Molecular ecology
    77. Sakamoto, K; Okimasu, E; Amemura, A
      Biochemical composition and food value for rotifers of the marine microalga Tetraselmis tetrathele grown in glucose medium

      FISHERIES SCIENCE
    78. Sakamoto, K; Okimasu, E; Amemura, A
      Dietary value of rotifers Brachionus rotundiformis cultured with Synechocystis sp. SY-4 for larvae of Red Sea bream Pagrus major and Japanese flounder Paralichthys olivaceus

      FISHERIES SCIENCE
    79. ATTAYDE JL; BOZELLI RL
      ASSESSING THE INDICATOR PROPERTIES OF ZOOPLANKTON ASSEMBLAGES TO DISTURBANCE GRADIENTS BY CANONICAL CORRESPONDENCE-ANALYSIS

      Canadian journal of fisheries and aquatic sciences
    80. SANCHEZ M; FERRANDO MD; SANCHO E; ANDREUMOLINAR E
      EVALUATION OF A DAPHNIA-MAGNA RENEWAL LIFE-CYCLE TEST METHOD WITH DIAZINON

      Journal of environmental science and health. Part B. Pesticides, food contaminants, and agricultural wastes
    81. STEMBERGER RS; MILLER EK
      A ZOOPLANKTON-N P-RATIO INDICATOR FOR LAKES

      Environmental monitoring and assessment
    82. WOLFE MF; SCHLOSSER JA; SCHWARTZ GJB; SINGARAM S; MIELBRECHT EE; TJEERDEMA RS; SOWBY ML
      INFLUENCE OF DISPERSANTS ON THE BIOAVAILABILITY AND TROPHIC TRANSFER OF PETROLEUM-HYDROCARBONS TO PRIMARY LEVELS OF A MARINE FOOD-CHAIN

      Aquatic toxicology
    83. DELVALLS TA; BLASCO J; SARASQUETE MC; FORJA JM; GOMEZPARRA A
      EVALUATION OF HEAVY-METAL SEDIMENT TOXICITY IN LITTORAL ECOSYSTEMS USING JUVENILES OF THE FISH SPARUS-AURATA

      Ecotoxicology and environmental safety
    84. CHEBIL L; YAMASAKI S
      IMPROVEMENT OF A ROTIFER ECOSYSTEM CULTURE TO PROMOTE RECYCLING MARINE MICROALGA, NANNOCHLOROPSIS SP

      Aquacultural engineering
    85. ROBIN JH
      USE OF BORAGE OIL IN ROTIFER PRODUCTION AND ARTEMIA ENRICHMENT - EFFECT ON GROWTH AND SURVIVAL OF TURBOT (SCOPHTHALMUS-MAXIMUS) LARVAE

      Aquaculture
    86. KUROKAWA T; SHIRAISHI M; SUZUKI T
      QUANTIFICATION OF EXOGENOUS PROTEASE DERIVED FROM ZOOPLANKTON IN THE INTESTINE OF JAPANESE SARDINE (SARDINOPS MELANOTICTUS) LARVAE

      Aquaculture
    87. Stevenson, RAA; Sarma, SSS; Nandini, S
      Population dynamics of Brachionus calyciflorus (Rotifera : Brachionidae) in waste water from food-processing industry in Mexico

      REVISTA DE BIOLOGIA TROPICAL
    88. KELLY LS; SNELL TW
      ROLE OF SURFACE GLYCOPROTEINS IN MATE-GUARDING OF THE MARINE HARPACTICOID TIGRIOPUS-JAPONICUS

      Marine Biology
    89. JOANIDOPOULOS KD; MARWAN W
      SPECIFIC BEHAVIORAL-RESPONSES TRIGGERED BY IDENTIFIED MECHANOSENSORY RECEPTOR-CELLS IN THE APICAL FIELD OF THE GIANT ROTIFER ASPLANCHNA-SIEBOLDI

      Journal of Experimental Biology
    90. HEGGEMANN F; SCHMELTER R; KLEINOW W
      RIBOSOMES OF BRACHIONUS-PLICATILIS (ROTIFERA) - DISTRIBUTION IN HOMOGENATE FRACTIONS AND GENERAL-PROPERTIES

      Hydrobiologia
    91. SARMA SSS; NANDINI S; DUMONT HJ
      FEEDING PREFERENCE AND POPULATION-GROWTH OF ASPLANCHNA-BRIGHTWELLI (ROTIFERA) OFFERED 2 NON-EVASIVE PREY ROTIFERS

      Hydrobiologia
    92. Shiel, RJ; Green, JD; Nielsen, DL
      Floodplain biodiversity: why are there so many species?

      HYDROBIOLOGIA
    93. Boxhorn, JE; Holen, DA; Boraas, ME
      Toxicity of the Chrysophyte flagellate Poterioochromonas malhamensis to the rotifer Brachionus angularis

      HYDROBIOLOGIA
    94. Dieguez, M; Modenutti, B; Queimalinos, C
      Influence of abiotic and biotic factors on morphological variation of Keratella cochlearis (Gosse) in a small Andean lake

      HYDROBIOLOGIA
    95. Welch, JLM; Meselson, M
      Karyotypes of bdelloid rotifers from three families

      HYDROBIOLOGIA
    96. Kak, A; Rao, TR
      Does the evasive behavior of Hexarthra influence its competition with cladocerans?

      HYDROBIOLOGIA
    97. Dieguez, M; Balseiro, E
      Colony size in Conochilus hippocrepis: defensive adaptation to predator size

      HYDROBIOLOGIA
    98. DelValls, TA; Conradi, M; Garcia-Adiego, E; Forja, JM; Gomez-Parra, A
      Analysis of macrobenthic community structure in relation to different environmental sources of contamination in two littoral ecosystems from the Gulfof Cadiz (SW Spain)

      HYDROBIOLOGIA
    99. Ishii, N; Kawabata, Z; Nakano, S; Min, MG; Takata, R
      Microbial interactions responsible for dissolved DNA production in a hypereutrophic pond

      HYDROBIOLOGIA
    100. APARICI E; CARMONA MJ; SERRA M
      SEX ALLOCATION IN HAPLODIPLOID CYCLICAL PARTHENOGENS WITH DENSITY-DEPENDENT PROPORTION OF MALES

      The American naturalist


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