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  1. Seasonal variability in glacial influence affects macroinvertebrate assemblages in North-Andean Patagonian glacier-fed streams
  2. Pay it forward: refuse dump from leaf-cutting ants promotes caterpillar digestive performance by increasing plant nitrogen content
  3. Melting of clean and debris-rich ice differentially affect nutrients, dissolved organic matter and bacteria respiration in the early ontogeny of the newly formed proglacial Ventisquero Negro Lake (Patagonia Argentina)
  4. Preface: Andean Patagonian lakes as sensors of global change
  5. Vulnerability of mixotrophic algae to nutrient pulses and UVR in an oligotrophic Southern and Northern Hemisphere lake
  6. Glacier melting and response of Daphnia oxidative stress
  7. Effect of glacial lake outburst floods on the light climate in an Andean Patagonian lake: implications for planktonic phototrophs
  8. Forest Structure Affects the Stoichiometry of Periphyton Primary Producers in Mountain Streams of Northern Patagonia
  9. Interactive effects of temperature, ultraviolet radiation and food quality on zooplankton alkaline phosphatase activity
  10. Effects of Volcanic Pumice Inputs on Microbial Community Composition and Dissolved C/P Ratios in Lake Waters: an Experimental Approach
  11. Effect of light on particulate and dissolved organic matter production of native and exotic macrophyte species in Patagonia
  12. Does the stoichiometric carbon:phosphorus knife edge apply for predaceous copepods?
  13. Community Structure and Biogeochemical Impacts of Microbial Life on Floating Pumice
  14. Can increased glacial melting resulting from global change provide attached algae with transient protection against high irradiance?
  15. Bacterial Community Structure in Patagonian Andean Lakes Above and Below Timberline: From Community Composition to Community Function
  16. Shifts in food quality for herbivorous consumer growth: multiple golden means in the life history
  17. Prey C:P ratio and phosphorus recycling by a planktivorous fish: advantages of fish selection towards pelagic cladocerans
  18. Low concentrations, potential ecological consequences: Synthetic estrogens alter life-history and demographic structures of aquatic invertebrates
  19. Effect of volcanic eruption on nutrients, light, and phytoplankton in oligotrophic lakes
  20. The susceptibility of cladocerans in North Andean Patagonian lakes to volcanic ashes
  21. Phylogenetic diversity of nonmarine picocyanobacteria
  22. Environmental changes affecting light climate in oligotrophic mountain lakes: the deep chlorophyll maxima as a sensitive variable
  23. Glacier melting and stoichiometric implications for lake community structure: zooplankton species distributions across a natural light gradient
  24. Fish-mediated trait compensation in zooplankton
  25. Rapid Enzymatic Response to Compensate UV Radiation in Copepods
  26. Alien vs. native plants in a Patagonian wetland: elemental ratios and ecosystem stoichiometric impacts
  27. Climate-induced input of turbid glacial meltwater affects vertical distribution and community composition of phyto- and zooplankton
  28. UV radiation simultaneously affects phototrophy and phagotrophy in nanoflagellate-dominated phytoplankton from an Andean shallow lake
  29. Glacial clay affects foraging performance in a Patagonian fish and cladoceran
  30. The role of macroinvertebrates and fish in regulating the provision by macrophytes of refugia for zooplankton in a warm temperate shallow lake
  31. Herbivory versus omnivory: linking homeostasis and elemental imbalance in copepod development
  32. Ultraviolet Radiation Induces Filamentation in Bacterial Assemblages from North Andean Patagonian Lakes
  33. Does predation by the introduced rainbow trout cascade down to detritus and algae in a forested small stream in Patagonia?
  34. Stoichiometric dietary constraints influence the response of copepods to ultraviolet radiation-induced oxidative stress
  35. Effect of Ultraviolet Radiation on Acetylcholinesterase Activity in Freshwater Copepods
  36. Picocyanobacterial assemblages in ultraoligotrophic Andean lakes reveal high regional microdiversity
  37. Macrophytes as refuge or risky area for zooplankton: a balance set by littoral predacious macroinvertebrates
  38. Chemical signals and habitat selection by three zooplankters in Andean Patagonian ponds
  39. Effect of UVR on Lake Water and Macrophyte Leachates in Shallow Andean-Patagonian Lakes: Bacterial Response to Changes in Optical Features
  40. Balance between primary and bacterial production in North Patagonian shallow lakes
  41. Zooplankton of Fishless Ponds of Northern Patagonia: Insights into Predation Effects ofMesostoma ehrenbergii
  42. Production and biomass of picophytoplankton and larger autotrophs in Andean ultraoligotrophic lakes: differences in light harvesting efficiency in deep layers
  43. Daphnia distribution in Andean Patagonian lakes: effect of low food quality and fish predation
  44. Antioxidant Defences in Planktonic Crustaceans Exposed to Different Underwater Light Irradiances in Andean Lakes
  45. Impact of exotic rainbow trout on the benthic macroinvertebrate community from Andean-Patagonian headwater streams
  46. Phytoplankton absorption spectra along the water column in deep North Patagonian Andean lakes (Argentina)
  47. Impact of fish introduction on planktonic food webs in lakes of the Patagonian Plateau
  48. C–N mismatch in the leaf litter–shredder relationship of an Andean Patagonian stream detritivore
  49. Influence of spatial heterogeneity on predation by the flatworm Mesostoma ehrenbergii (Focke) on calanoid and cyclopoid copepods
  50. When prey mating increases predation risk: the relationship between the flatworm Mesostoma ehrenbergii and the copepod Boeckella gracilis
  51. Picocyanobacterial photosynthetic efficiency under Daphnia grazing pressure
  52. The Role of the Predaceous Copepod Parabroteas Sarsi in the Pelagic Food Web of a Large Deep Andean Lake
  53. Increase in photosynthetic efficiency as a strategy of planktonic organisms exploiting deep lake layers
  54. Indirect enhancement of large zooplankton by consumption of predacious macroinvertebrates by littoral fish
  55. Impact of different zooplankton structures on the microbial food web of a South Andean oligotrophic lake
  56. Leaf litter breakdown in Patagonian streams: native versus exotic trees and the effect of invertebrate size
  57. Mixotrophic ciliates in an Andean lake: dependence on light and prey of an Ophrydium naumanni population
  58. Structure and dynamics of food webs in Andean lakes
  59. Phytoplankton responses to experimental enhancement of grazing pressure and nutrient recycling in a small Andean lake
  60. Effect of the selective feeding ofGalaxias maculatus (Salmoniformes, Galaxiidae) on zooplankton of a South Andes lake
  61. The role of pelagic water mites in the control of cladoceran population in a temperate lake of the southern Andes
  62. Evidence of interference of Asterionella formosa with the feeding of Bosmina longirostris: a field study in a south Andes lake