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  1. understanding what feeds the fish
  2. Use of live, fluorescently-labeled algae for measuring microzooplankton grazing in natural communities
  3. Future Climate Scenarios for a Coastal Productive Planktonic Food Web Resulting in Microplankton Phenology Changes and Decreased Trophic Transfer Efficiency
  4. Effects of trophic cascades in dilution grazing experiments: from artificial saturated feeding responses to positive slopes
  5. Zooplankton distribution and feeding in the Arctic Ocean during a Phaeocystis pouchetii bloom
  6. Biodiversity and distribution patterns of planktonic cnidarians in San Matías Gulf, Patagonia, Argentina
  7. Maintenance, feeding and growth of Carybdea marsupialis (Cnidaria: Cubozoa) in the laboratory
  8. Effects of light availability on mixotrophy and microzooplankton grazing in an oligotrophic plankton food web: Evidences from a mesocosm study in Eastern Mediterranean waters
  9. Phytoplankton growth and microzooplankton grazing along a sub-Arctic fjord (Godthåbsfjord, west Greenland)
  10. Intraspecific variability in Karlodinium veneficum: Growth rates, mixotrophy, and lipid composition
  11. Protein and nucleic acid metabolism as proxies for growth and fitness of Oithona davisae (Copepoda, Cyclopoida) early developmental stages
  12. Stimulation of gross dimethylsulfide (DMS) production by solar radiation
  13. Metabolic rates and carbon budget of early developmental stages of the marine cyclopoid copepod Oithona davisae
  14. Trophic role and carbon budget of metazoan microplankton in northwest Mediterranean coastal waters
  15. Copepod feeding in the ocean: scaling patterns, composition of their diet and the bias of estimates due to microzooplankton grazing during incubations
  16. Feeding rates and gross growth efficiencies of larval developmental stages of Oithona davisae (Copepoda, Cyclopoida)
  17. Revisiting the dilution technique to quantify the role of microzooplankton in DMS(P) cycling: laboratory and field tests
  18. Modelling the effect of constant and fluctuating food supply on egg production rates of Acartia grani
  19. Sulfur assimilation byOxyrrhis marinafeeding on a35S-DMSP-labelled prey
  20. Feeding and growth kinetics of the planktotrophic larvae of the spionid polychaete Polydora ciliata (Johnston)
  21. Zooplankton grazing in the Atlantic Ocean: A latitudinal study
  22. Lethal and sublethal effects of naphthalene and 1,2-dimethylnaphthalene on naupliar and adult stages of the marine cyclopoid copepod Oithona davisae
  23. Accumulation and Cycling of Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons in Zooplankton
  24. The trophic roles of microzooplankton in marine systems
  25. Life history and population dynamics of the marine cladoceran Penilia avirostris (Branchiopoda: Cladocera) in the Catalan Sea (NW Mediterranean)
  26. Impact of micro- and nanograzers on phytoplankton assessed by standard and size-fractionated dilution grazing experiments
  27. Feeding and production of zooplankton in the Catalan Sea (NW Mediterranean)
  28. Physical control of zooplankton communities in the Catalan Sea
  29. Scaling of feeding in marine calanoid copepods
  30. Centropages behaviour: Swimming and vertical migration
  31. The feeding ecology of the copepod Centropages typicus (Kröyer)
  32. Ecological success of the cladoceran Penilia avirostris in the marine environment: feeding performance, gross growth efficiencies and life history
  33. Sazhina, L.I. - 2006. Breeding, growth rates, and production of marine copepods. Universities Press, Hyderabad, India.
  34. Lethal and sublethal effects of naphthalene and 1,2-dimethylnaphthalene on the marine copepod Paracartia grani
  35. Feeding ecology of the marine cladoceran Penilia avirostris: natural diet, prey selectivity and daily ration
  36. Trophic impact, metabolism, and biogeochemical role of the marine cladoceran Penilia avirostris and the co-dominant copepod Oithona nana in NW Mediterranean coastal waters
  37. Effects of the toxic dinoflagellate Karlodinium sp. (cultured at different N/P ratios) on micro and mesozooplankton
  38. Trophic ecology of Calanoides acutus in Gerlache Strait and Bellingshausen Sea waters (Antarctica, December 2002)
  39. Zooplankton biomass distribution patterns along the western Antarctic Peninsula (December 2002)
  41. The ciliate-copepod link in marine ecosystems
  42. Grazing of two common appendicularians on the natural prey assemblage of a tropical coastal ecosystem
  43. Reality checks on microbial food web interactions in dilution experiments: Responses to the comments of Dolan and McKeon
  44. Microzooplankton production in the oceans
  45. Phytoplankton growth, microzooplankton grazing, and carbon cycling in marine systems
  46. Trophic impact and prey selection by crustacean zooplankton on the microbial communities of an oligotrophic coastal area (NW Mediterranean Sea)
  47. Estimating zooplankton biomass through image analysis
  48. Effects of small-scale turbulence on copepods: The case of Oithona davisae
  49. Seasonal dynamics of phytoplankton in the Antarctic Polar Front region at 170°W
  50. Copepod egg production in the NW Mediterranean: effects of winter environmental conditions
  51. Mesozooplankton grazing effect on primary production: A global comparative analysis in marine ecosystems
  52. Annual Zooplankton Succession in Coastal NW Mediterranean Waters: The Importance of the Smaller Size Fractions
  53. Microbial community composition and growth dynamics in the Antarctic Polar Front and seasonal ice zone during late spring 1997
  54. Bacteria-flagellate interactions in the microbial food web of the oligotrophic subtropical North Pacific
  55. Naupliar growth versus egg production in the calanoid copepod Centropages typicus
  56. Mesozooplankton influences on the microbial food web: Direct and indirect trophic interactions in the oligotrophic open ocean
  57. Copepod egg production in the western Mediterranean:response to food availability in oligotrophic environments
  58. RNA content of copepods as a tool for determining adult growth rates in the field
  59. Egg and faecal pellet production rates of the marine copepod Metridia gerlachei northwest of the Antarctic Peninsula
  60. Food availability as a potential source of bias in the egg production method for copepods
  61. Growth and survival rates of early developmental stages of Acartia grani (Copepoda:Calanoida) in relation to food concentration and fluctuations in food supply
  62. Effects of constant and fluctuating food supply on egg production rates of Acartia grani (Copepoda:Calanoida)
  63. Small-scale turbulence and zooplankton metabolism: Effects of turbulence on heartbeat rates of planktonic crustaceans