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    1. Schroder, T
      Colonising strategies and diapause of planktonic rotifers (Monogononta, Rotifera) during aquatic and terrestrial phases in a floodplain (Lower Oder Valley, Germany)

      INTERNATIONAL REVIEW OF HYDROBIOLOGY
    2. Comerma, M; Garcia, JC; Armengol, J; Romero, M; Simek, K
      Planktonic food web structure along the Sau Reservoir (Spain) in summer 1997

      INTERNATIONAL REVIEW OF HYDROBIOLOGY
    3. Kim, HW; Joo, GJ; Walz, N
      Zooplankton dynamics in the hyper-eutrophic Nakdong River system (Korea) regulated by an estuary dam and side channels

      INTERNATIONAL REVIEW OF HYDROBIOLOGY
    4. Cho, SH; Hur, SB; Jo, JY
      Effect of enriched live feeds on survival and growth rates in larval Korean rockfish, Sebastes schlegeli Hilgendorf

      AQUACULTURE RESEARCH
    5. Kirk, KL
      Dietary restriction and aging: Comparative tests of evolutionary hypotheses

      JOURNALS OF GERONTOLOGY SERIES A-BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES AND MEDICAL SCIENCES
    6. Adrian, R; Wickham, SA; Butler, NM
      Trophic interactions between zooplankton and the microbial community in contrasting food webs: the epilimnion and deep chlorophyll maximum of a mesotrophic lake

      AQUATIC MICROBIAL ECOLOGY
    7. Hayashi, M; Yukino, T; Maruyama, I; Kido, S; Kitaoka, S
      Uptake and accumulation of exogenous docosahexaenoic acid by Chlorella

      BIOSCIENCE BIOTECHNOLOGY AND BIOCHEMISTRY
    8. Masuda, R; Ziemann, DA; Ostrowski, AC
      Patchiness formation and development of schooling behavior in pacific threadfin Polydactylus sexfilis reared with different dietary highly unsaturated fatty acid contents

      JOURNAL OF THE WORLD AQUACULTURE SOCIETY
    9. Pollumaa, L; Maloveryan, A; Trapido, M; Sillak, H; Kahru, A
      Study of the environmental hazard caused by the oil shale industry solid waste

      ATLA-ALTERNATIVES TO LABORATORY ANIMALS
    10. Preston, BL; Snell, TW
      Direct and indirect effects of sublethal toxicant exposure on population dynamics of freshwater rotifers: a modeling approach

      AQUATIC TOXICOLOGY
    11. Sarma, SSS; Nandini, S; Flores, JLG
      Effect of methyl parathion on the population growth of the rotifer Brachionus patulus (O. F. Muller) under different algal food (Chlorella vulgaris) densities

      ECOTOXICOLOGY AND ENVIRONMENTAL SAFETY
    12. Blomqvist, P; Jansson, M; Drakare, S; Bergstrom, AK; Brydsten, L
      Effects of additions of DOC on pelagic biota in a clearwater system: Results from a whole lake experiment in northern Sweden

      MICROBIAL ECOLOGY
    13. Ishigaki, T; Sleigh, MA
      Grazing characteristics and growth efficiencies at two different temperatures for three nanoflagellates fed with Vibrio bacteria at three different concentrations

      MICROBIAL ECOLOGY
    14. Trudgill, DL; Blok, VC
      Apomictic, polyphagous root-knot nematodes: Exceptionally successful and damaging biotrophic root pathogens

      ANNUAL REVIEW OF PHYTOPATHOLOGY
    15. Shao, ZJ; Xie, P; Yan, ZG
      Long-term changes of planktonic rotifers in a subtropical Chinese lake dominated by filter-feeding fishes

      FRESHWATER BIOLOGY
    16. Berger, I; Maier, G
      The mating and reproductive biology of the freshwater planktonic calanoid copepod Eudiaptomus gracilis

      FRESHWATER BIOLOGY
    17. Gilbert, JJ; Hampton, SE
      Diel vertical migrations of zooplankton in a shallow, fishless pond: a possible avoidance-response cascade induced by notonectids

      FRESHWATER BIOLOGY
    18. Suantika, G; Dhert, P; Rombaut, G; Vandenberghe, J; De Wolf, T; Sorgeloos, P
      The use of ozone in a high density recirculation system for rotifers

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

      AQUACULTURE
    20. De Silva, SS; Gunasekera, RM; Ingram, BA; Dobson, JL
      Weaning of Australian shortfin glass eels (Anguilla australis): a comparison on the effectiveness of four types of fish roe

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

      AQUACULTURE
    22. Swadling, KM; Dartnall, HJG; Gibson, JAE; Saulnier-Talbot, E; Vincent, WF
      Fossil rotifers and the early colonization of an Antarctic lake

      QUATERNARY RESEARCH
    23. Yeates, GW; Williams, PA
      Influence of three invasive weeds and site factors on soil microfauna in New Zealand

      PEDOBIOLOGIA
    24. Zare, R; Gams, W; Evans, HC
      A revision of Verticillium section Prostrata. V. The genus Pochonia, with notes on Rotiferophthora

      NOVA HEDWIGIA
    25. Gams, W; Zare, R
      A revision of Verticillium sect. Prostrata. III. Generic classification

      NOVA HEDWIGIA
    26. Welch, DBM; Meselson, MS
      Rates of nucleotide substitution in sexual and anciently asexual rotifers

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
    27. Ciros-Perez, J; Carmona, MJ; Serra, M
      Resource competition between sympatric sibling rotifer species

      LIMNOLOGY AND OCEANOGRAPHY
    28. 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
    29. Navarro, N; Yufera, M; Garcia-Gallego, M
      Use of freeze-dried microalgae for rearing gilthead seabream, Sparus aurata L., larvae. II. Biochemical composition

      HYDROBIOLOGIA
    30. Caprioli, M; Ricci, C
      Recipes for successful anhydrobiosis in bdelloid rotifers

      HYDROBIOLOGIA
    31. Aparici, E; Carmona, MJ; Serra, M
      Variability for mixis initiation in Brachionus plicatilis

      HYDROBIOLOGIA
    32. Gorbunov, AK; Kosova, AA
      Parasites in rotifers from the Volga delta

      HYDROBIOLOGIA
    33. Nandini, S; Sarma, SSS
      Population growth of Lepadella patella (O. F. Muller, 1786) at different algal (Chlorella vulgaris) densities and in association with Philodina roseola Ehrenberg, 1832

      HYDROBIOLOGIA
    34. Santo, N; Caprioli, M; Orsenigo, S; Ricci, C
      Egg size and offspring fitness in a bdelloid rotifer

      HYDROBIOLOGIA
    35. 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
    36. Duggan, IC
      The ecology of periphytic rotifers

      HYDROBIOLOGIA
    37. Bielanska-Grajner, I
      The psammic rotifer structure in three Lobelian Polish lakes differing in pH

      HYDROBIOLOGIA
    38. Duggan, IC; Green, JD; Shiel, RJ
      Distribution of rotifers in North Island, New Zealand, and their potentialuse as bioindicators of lake trophic state

      HYDROBIOLOGIA
    39. Fradkin, SC
      Rotifer distributions in the coastal waters of the northeast Pacific Ocean

      HYDROBIOLOGIA
    40. Galkovskaya, GA; Molotkov, DV
      Species diversity and dominance in the planktonic rotifer community of thePripyat River in the Chernobyl region (1988-1996)

      HYDROBIOLOGIA
    41. Green, J
      Variability and instability of planktonic rotifer associations in Lesotho,southern Africa

      HYDROBIOLOGIA
    42. Kuczynska-Kippen, N
      Diurnal vertical distribution of rotifers (Rotifera) in the Chara zone of Budzynskie Lake, Poland

      HYDROBIOLOGIA
    43. Langley, JM; Shiel, RJ; Nielsen, DL; Green, JD
      Hatching from the sediment egg-bank, or aerial dispersing? the use of mesocosms in assessing rotifer biodiversity

      HYDROBIOLOGIA
    44. Rublee, PA; Bettez, ND
      Lake characteristics influence recovery of microplankton in arctic LTER lakes following experimental fertilization

      HYDROBIOLOGIA
    45. King, CE; Schonfeld, J
      The approach to equilibrium of multilocus genotype diversity under clonal selection and cyclical parthenogenesis

      HYDROBIOLOGIA
    46. Lubzens, E; Zmora, O; Barr, Y
      Biotechnology and aquaculture of rotifers

      HYDROBIOLOGIA
    47. Perez-Legaspi, IA; Rico-Martinez, R
      Acute toxicity tests on three species of the genus Lecane (Rotifera : Monogononta)

      HYDROBIOLOGIA
    48. Yufera, M
      Studies on Brachionus (Rotifera): an example of interaction between fundamental and applied research

      HYDROBIOLOGIA
    49. Packard, AT
      Clearance rates and prey selectivity of the predaceous cladoceran Polyphemus pediculus

      HYDROBIOLOGIA
    50. Walsh, RGJ; Shiel, RJ; Tyler, PA
      Reconnaissance limnology of Tasmania VII. Coastal lagoons of Bass Strait islands, with reference to endemic microflora and microfauna

      ARCHIV FUR HYDROBIOLOGIE
    51. Boehm, EWA; Gibson, O; Lubzens, E
      Characterization of satellite DNA sequences from the commercially important marine rotifers Brachionus rotundiformis and Brachionus plicatilis

      MARINE BIOTECHNOLOGY
    52. Makridis, P; Jon Fjellheim, A; Skjermo, J; Vadstein, O
      Colonization of the gut in first feeding turbot by bacterial strains addedto the water or bioencapsulated in rotifers

      AQUACULTURE INTERNATIONAL
    53. Glockling, SL; Beakes, GW
      Two new species of Haptoglossa, H-erumpens and H-dickii, infecting nematodes in cow manure

      MYCOLOGICAL RESEARCH
    54. Ishida, Y; Hiragushi, N; Kitaguchi, H; Mitsutani, A; Nagai, S; Yoshimura, M
      A highly CO2-tolerant diatom, Thalassiosira weissflogii H1, enriched from coastal sea, and its fatty acid composition

      FISHERIES SCIENCE
    55. Snell, TW; Serra, M
      Using probability of extinction to evaluate the ecological significance oftoxicant effects

      ENVIRONMENTAL TOXICOLOGY AND CHEMISTRY
    56. Calsina, A; Mazon, JM; Serra, M
      A mathematical model for the phase of sexual reproduction in monogonont rotifers

      JOURNAL OF MATHEMATICAL BIOLOGY
    57. Ortega-Mayagoitia, E; Armengol, X; Rojo, C
      Structure and dynamics of zooplankton in a semi-arid wetland, the NationalPark Las Tablas de Daimiel (Spain)

      WETLANDS
    58. Fried, J; Mayr, G; Berger, H; Traunspurger, W; Psenner, R; Lemmer, H
      Monitoring protozoa and metazoa biofilm communities for assessing wastewater quality impact and reactor up-scaling effects

      WATER SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
    59. Park, GS; Marshall, HG
      The trophic contributions of rotifers in tidal freshwater and estuarine habitats

      ESTUARINE COASTAL AND SHELF SCIENCE
    60. Oltra, R; Todoli, R; Bosque, T; Lubian, LM; Navarro, JC
      Life history and fatty acid composition of the marine rotifer Synchaeta cecilia valentina fed different algae

      MARINE ECOLOGY-PROGRESS SERIES
    61. Radix, P; Leonard, M; Papantoniou, C; Roman, G; Saouter, E; Gallotti-Schmitt, S; Thiebaud, H; Vasseur, P
      Comparison of four chronic toxicity tests using algae, bacteria, and invertebrates assessed with sixteen chemicals

      ECOTOXICOLOGY AND ENVIRONMENTAL SAFETY
    62. Suantika, G; Dhert, P; Nurhudah, M; Sorgeloos, P
      High-density production of the rotifer Brachionus plicatilis in a recirculation system: consideration of water quality, zootechnical and nutritional aspects

      AQUACULTURAL ENGINEERING
    63. Armengol, X; Miracle, MR
      Diel vertical movements of zooplankton in lake La Cruz (Cuenca, Spain)

      JOURNAL OF PLANKTON RESEARCH
    64. Kim, HW; Hwang, SJ; Joo, GJ
      Zooplankton grazing on bacteria and phytoplankton in a regulated large river (Nakdong River, Korea)

      JOURNAL OF PLANKTON RESEARCH
    65. Engstrom, J; Koski, M; Viitasalo, M; Reinikainen, M; Repka, S; Sivonen, K
      Feeding interactions of the copepods Eurytemora affinis and Acartia bifilosa with the cyanobacteria Nodularia sp.

      JOURNAL OF PLANKTON RESEARCH
    66. Hairston, NG; Hansen, AM; Schaffner, WR
      The effect of diapause emergence on the seasonal dynamics of a zooplanktonassemblage

      FRESHWATER BIOLOGY
    67. Boersma, M; Stelzer, CP
      Response of a zooplankton community to the addition of unsaturated fatty acids: an enclosure study

      FRESHWATER BIOLOGY
    68. Ferrao, AS; Azevedo, SMFO; DeMott, WR
      Effects of toxic and non-toxic cyanobacteria on the life history of tropical and temperate cladocerans

      FRESHWATER BIOLOGY
    69. Lavens, P; Sorgeloos, P
      Experiences on importance of diet for shrimp postlarval quality

      AQUACULTURE
    70. Olsen, AI; Olsen, Y; Attramadal, Y; Christie, K; Birkbeck, TH; Skjermo, J; Vadstein, O
      Effects of short term feeding of microalgae on the bacterial flora associated with juvenile Artemia franciscana

      AQUACULTURE
    71. Fielder, DS; Purser, GJ; Battaglene, SC
      Effect of rapid changes in temperature and salinity on availability of therotifers Brachionus rotundiformis and Brachionus plicatilis

      AQUACULTURE
    72. Makridis, P; Fjellheim, AJ; Skjermo, J; Vadstein, O
      Control of the bacterial flora of Brachionus plicatilis and Artemia franciscana by incubation in bacterial suspensions

      AQUACULTURE
    73. Hameed, ASS; Balasubramanian, G
      Antibiotic resistance in bacteria isolated from Artemia nauplii and efficacy of formaldehyde to control bacterial load

      AQUACULTURE
    74. Han, KM; Geurden, I; Sorgeloos, P
      Enrichment strategies for Artemia using emulsions providing different levels of n-3 highly unsaturated fatty acids

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

      AQUACULTURE
    76. Zare, R; Gams, W; Culham, A
      A revision of Verticillium sect. Prostrata - I. Phylogenetic studies usingITS sequences

      NOVA HEDWIGIA
    77. Glockling, SL; Beakes, GW
      Video microscopy of spore development in Haptoglossa heteromorpha, a new species from cow dung

      MYCOLOGIA
    78. Makino, W; Ban, SH
      Response of life history traits to food conditions in a cyclopoid copepod from an oligotrophic environment

      LIMNOLOGY AND OCEANOGRAPHY
    79. Kelpin, FDL; Kirkilionis, MA; Kooi, BW
      Numerical methods and parameter estimation of a structured population model with discrete events in the life history

      JOURNAL OF THEORETICAL BIOLOGY
    80. Glockling, SL; Beakes, GW
      An ultrastructural study of sporidium formation during infection of a rhabditid nematode by large gun cells of Haptoglossa heteromorpha

      JOURNAL OF INVERTEBRATE PATHOLOGY
    81. Kim, HW; Joo, GJ
      The longitudinal distribution and community dynamics of zooplankton in a regulated large river: a case study of the Nakdong River (Korea)

      HYDROBIOLOGIA
    82. Branco, CWC; Esteves, FD; Kozlowsky-Suzuki, B
      The zooplankton and other limnological features of a humic coastal lagoon (Lagoa Comprida, Mace, RJ) in Brazil

      HYDROBIOLOGIA
    83. Rougier, C; Pourriot, R; Lam-Hoai, T
      The genus Synchaeta (rotifers) in a north-western Mediterranean coastal lagoon (Etang de Thau, France): taxonomical and ecological remarks

      HYDROBIOLOGIA
    84. Robbins, EI; Rodgers, TM; Alpers, CN; Nordstrom, DK
      Ecogeochemistry of the subsurface food web at pH 0-2.5 in Iron Mountain, California, USA

      HYDROBIOLOGIA
    85. Woelfl, S; Whitton, BA
      Sampling, preservation and quantification of biological samples from highly acidic environments (pH <= 3)

      HYDROBIOLOGIA
    86. Muylaert, K; Van Mieghem, R; Sabbe, K; Tackx, M; Vyverman, W
      Dynamics and trophic roles of heterotrophic protists in the plankton of a freshwater tidal estuary

      HYDROBIOLOGIA
    87. Swadling, KM; Pienitz, R; Nogrady, T
      Zooplankton community composition of lakes in the Yukon and Northwest Territories (Canada): relationship to physical and chemical limnology

      HYDROBIOLOGIA
    88. Shurin, JB
      Dispersal limitation, invasion resistance, and the structure of pond zooplankton communities

      ECOLOGY
    89. Merriman, JL; Kirk, KL
      Temporal patterns of resource limitation in natural populations of rotifers

      ECOLOGY
    90. Nandini, S; Sarma, SSS; Ramirez-Garcia, P
      Life table demography and population growth of Daphnia laevis (Cladocera, Anomopoda) under different densities of Chlorella vulgaris and Microcystis aeruginosa

      CRUSTACEANA
    91. Yoshida, T; Ban, S; Takenouchi, T; Aono, T; Ishikawa, Y; Mikami, H; Takano, K; Imada, K; Yasutomi, R; Takeuchi, K
      Top-down control of population dynamics of the dominant rotifers in two mesotrophic lakes in Hokkaido, Japan

      ARCHIV FUR HYDROBIOLOGIE
    92. Cecchine, G; Snell, TW
      Toxicant exposure increases threshold food levels in freshwater rotifer populations

      ENVIRONMENTAL TOXICOLOGY
    93. McDaniel, M; Snell, TW
      Probability distributions of toxicant sensitivity for freshwater Rotifer species

      ENVIRONMENTAL TOXICOLOGY
    94. Treonis, AM; Wall, DH; Virginia, RA
      Invertebrate biodiversity in Antarctic dry valley soils and sediments

      ECOSYSTEMS
    95. Gatesoupe, FJ; Lambert, C; Nicolas, JL
      Pathogenicity of Vibrio splendidus strains associated with turbot larvae, Scophthalmus maximus

      JOURNAL OF APPLIED MICROBIOLOGY
    96. Ricci, C; Santo, N; Radaelli, E; Bolzern, AM
      Epigenetic inheritance systems in bdelloid rotifers. I. Maternal-age-related biochemical effects

      ITALIAN JOURNAL OF ZOOLOGY
    97. Serra, M; King, CE
      Optimal rates of bisexual reproduction in cyclical parthenogens with density-dependent growth

      JOURNAL OF EVOLUTIONARY BIOLOGY
    98. Jurgens, K; Skibbe, O; Jeppesen, E
      Impact of metazooplankton on the composition and population dynamics of planktonic ciliates in a shallow, hypertrophic lake

      AQUATIC MICROBIAL ECOLOGY
    99. Lampman, GG; Makarewicz, JC
      The phytoplankton zooplankton link in the Lake Ontario food web

      JOURNAL OF GREAT LAKES RESEARCH
    100. Silva, A
      Effect of the microalga Isochrysis galbana on the early larval culture of Paralichthys adspersus

      CIENCIAS MARINAS


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