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Sars, G.O. 1903 Fresh-water Entomostraca from China and Sumatra. Archiv för Matematik og Naturvidenskab, Christiana
Volume: 25(8):1-44, pls. 1-4.
 
Sars, G.O. 1909 Fresh-water Entomostraca from South Georgia. Archiv för Matematik og Naturvidenskab, Christiana
Volume: 30(5):1-35, pls. 1-4.
 
Herrick, C.L. 1879 Fresh-water Entomostraca. American Naturalist
Volume: 13:620-624, 4 pls.
 
Scourfield, D.J. 1912 Fresh-water Entomostraca. In: A biological survey of Clare Island in the County of Mayo, Ireland, and of the adjoining district. Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy
Volume: (2)31(46): 1-18, pl. 1. (22-vii-1912).
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Scourfield, D.J. 1900 Fresh-water Entomostraca. Proceedings of the South London Entomological and Natural History Society
Volume: 1899:28-30. (For 1899)
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Fernando, C.H. 1990 Freshwater fauna and fisheries of Sri Lanka. Natural Resources, Energy & Science Authority of Sri Lanka, Colombo
Volume: 1-444pp.
 
Zuk, S. 1971 Freshwater fauna and flora in Africa south of the Sahara, 1960-1962: a bibliography. University of Witwatersrand, Department of Bibliography, Librarianship and Typography, Johannesburg.
Volume: 25.pp.
 
Brehm, V. 1928 Fresh-water fauna of New Zealand, contributions to a knowledge of. Transactions and Proceedings of the New Zealand Institute
Volume: 59(4):779-812. (ix-1928)
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Kasymov, A.G. 1972 Freshwater Fauna of the Caucasus. ELM, Baku
Volume: 288pp. (Russian.)
 
Waddington, H.J. 1914 Fresh-water Fauna. In: Morris, D. (ed.). A natural history of Bournemouth and district, including archaeology, topography, municipal gouvernment, climate, education, fauna, flora and geology. Bournemouth
Volume: :231-235.
 
Bergersen, R. 1993 Freshwater fish and invertebrates of Qorlortorsuaq, Vatnahverfi, south Greenland. Tromura Naturvitenskap
Volume: 73:1-71.
 
Pawaputanon, K. & S. Chinabut 1983 Freshwater fish parasites of Thailand. National Inland Fisheries Institute, Department of Fisheries, Bangkok, Thailand.
Volume: 63 pp.
 
Ishida, T. & T. Ito 1991 Freshwater harpacticoid copepods (Crustacea) from South Primorye, the Soviet Far East. Bulletin of the Biogeographical Society of Japan
Volume: 46(7):77-82, figs. 1-26.
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Ishida, T. 1987 Freshwater harpacticoid copepods of Hokkaido, northern Japan. Scientific Reports of the Hokkaido Salmon Hatchery
Volume: 41:77-119. (Japanese summary.)
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Lewis, M.H. 1972 Freshwater harpacticoid copepods of New Zealand. 1. Attheyella and Elaphoidella (Canthocamptidae). New Zealand Journal of Marine and Freshwater Research
Volume: 6(1-2):23-47, figs. 1-14. (vi-1972).
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Lewis, M.H. 1972 Freshwater harpacticoid copepods of New Zealand. 2. Antarctobiotus (Canthocamptidae). New Zealand Journal of Marine and Freshwater Research
Volume: 6(3):277-297, figs. 1-11. (ix-1972)
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Borutsky, E.V. 1964 Freshwater Harpacticoida. Fauna of USSR, Crustacea. Translation by Israel Program for Scientific Translations, Jerusalem. Smithsonian Institution and national Science Foundation, Washington, D.C.
Volume: 3(4):1-396, figs. 1-116.
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Chang, C.Y. & H.J. Yoon 2007 Freshwater Harpacticoids of genera Phyllognathopus and Harpacticella from South Korea. Korean Journal of Systematic Zoology
Volume: 23(1): 57-68.
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Bayly, I.A.E. 1992 Freshwater havens. Landscope, Perth
Volume: 7(4):49-53. (winter.1992)
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Peebles, E.B., T.C. MacDonald, M.F.D. Greenwood, R.E. Matheson, Jr., S.E. Burghart & R.H. McMichael, Jr. 2005 Freshwater inflow effects on fishes and invertebrates in the Myakka River and Myakkahatchee Creek estuaries. University of South Florida, St. Petersburg. Unpublished report for The Southwest Florida Water Management District.
Volume: 320 pp.
 
Orsi, J.J. 2000 Freshwater invasion of Eurytemora affinis. IEP Newsletter, Interagency Ecological Program for the San Francisco Estuary
Volume: 13(4):14-15.
 
Barber-James, H.M. 2007 Freshwater invertebrate fauna of the Tristan da Cunha islands (South Atlantic Ocean), with new records for Inaccessible and Nightingale Islands. Transactions of the Royal Society of South Africa
Volume: 62(1):24-36.
 
Dartnall, H.J.G. 2005 Freshwater invertebrates of subantarctic South Georgia. Journal of Natural History
Volume: 39(37):3321-3342.
 
Pennak, R.W. 1953 Fresh-Water Invertebrates of the United States. Ronald Press, New York
Volume: 1-769, figs. 1-470. (Copepoda: chapter 17:383-409).
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Pennak, R.W. 1978 Fresh-water Invertebrates of the United States. 2nd Edition. John Wiley & Sons, New York, 803pp., figs. 1-548
Volume: (Copepoda: 387-420, figs. 272-290).
 
Pennak, R.W. 1989 Fresh-water Invertebrates of the United States. Protozoa to Mollusca. 3rd Edition. John Wiley & Sons, New York
Volume: 628pp.
 
Zasada, K.A. 1985 Freshwater invertebrates. In: Whiteley, D. (ed.). The natural history of the Sheffield area and the Peak District. Sorby Natural History Society, Sheffield. 256pp.
Volume: :205-209.
 
Walker, K.F., J.E. Bishop, R.J. Shiel & W.D. Williams 1976 Freshwater Invertebrates. In: Twidale, R., et al.(eds.) Natural History of the Adelaide Region. Royal Society of Southern Australia, Adelaide
Volume: :131-141.
 
Kemp, J.R. 1956 Freshwater invertebrates. In: Walsh, G.B. & F.C. Rimington (eds.). The Natural History of the Scarborough District
Volume: 2:78-90.
 
Macan, T.T. 1974 Freshwater invertebrates. Systematics Association, Special Volume
Volume: 6:143-155.
 
Fernando, C.H. 1984 Freshwater invertebrates: some comments. In: Fernando, C.H. (ed.). Ecology and Biogeography of Sri Lanka. Monographiae Biologicae
Volume: 57:145-148.
 
Usha, R., K.; Ramalingam & U.D.B. Rajan 2006 Freshwater lakes - a potential source for aquaculture activities - a model study on Perumal lake, Cuddalore, Tamil Nadu. Journal of Environmental Biology
Volume: 27(4):713-722.
 
Walker, P.D. 2008 Freshwater lice plague carp farms. Fish Farming International, Belapur
Volume: 0.303472222222
 
Johnson, D.S. 1973 Freshwater life. In: Chuang, S.H. (ed.). Animal life and nature in Singapore. Singapore University Press, Singapore
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Shih, C.T. & R. Chengalath 1994 Freshwater littoral copepods of British Columbia and Alberta (Canada). In: Ferrari, F.D. & B.P. Bradley (eds.). Ecology and Morphology of Copepods. Developments in Hydrobiology 102, Hydrobiologia
Volume: 292/293:379-388, fig.1-3, tab.1-2.
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Monkiedje, A., T. Njinel, A.L. Meyabeme Elono, S.H. Zebaze, N. Kemka, P.B. Tchounwou & J.E. Djomo 2004 Freshwater microcosms-based assessment of eco-toxicological effects of a chemical effluent from the Pilcam industry in Cameroon. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health
Volume: 1(2):111-123.
 
Havens, K.E., III & J. DeCosta 1987 Freshwater plankton community succession during experimental acidification. Archiv für Hydrobiologie
Volume: 111(1):37-65.
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Reed, E.B. 1962 Freshwater plankton Crustacea of the Colville River area, northern Alaska. Arctic
Volume: 15(1):27-50, figs. 1-8. (iii-1962)
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Mizuno, T. 1985 Freshwater plankton fauna and flora in the middle part of the Yangtze River. Bulletin of Osaka Aoyama Junior College
Volume: 12:235-248. [In Japanese.]
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Cauchie, H.M., L. Hoffmann, M.F. Jaspar-Versali, M. Salvia & J.P. Thomé 1995 Freshwater planktonic crustaceans as a source of chitin: ecological and biochemical aspects. In: Domard, A., C. Jeuniaux, R. Muzzarelli & G. Roberts (eds.). Advances in Chitin Science, Volume 1, Editions Jacques André, Lyon
Volume: :158-164.
 
Jocque, M., B. Vanschoenwinkel & L. Brendonck 2010 Freshwater rock pools: a review of habitat characteristics, faunal diversity and conservation value. Freshwater Biology
Volume: 55(8):1587-1602.
 
Pholpunthin, P. 1997 Freshwater zooplankton (Rotifera, Cladocera and Copepoda) from Thale-noi, south Thailand. Journal of the Science Society of Thailand
Volume: 2391):2333.
 
Vanni, M.J. 1988 Freshwater zooplankton community structure: introduction of large invertebrate predators and large herbivores to a small-species community. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences
Volume: 45(10):1758-1770. (French summary.)
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Bhuiyan, A.M. & G.S.M. Asmat 1992 Freshwater zooplankton from Bangladesh. Gazi Publishers, Dhaka, Bangladesh 32-151.
Volume: 197 pp.
 
Kobayashi, T., R.J. Shiel, P. Gibbs & P.I. Dixon 1998 freshwater zooplankton in the Hawkesbury-Nepean River: comparison of community structure with other rivers. Hydrobiologia, The Hague
Volume: 377:133-145.
 
Battish, S.K. 1992 Freshwater zooplankton of India. Oxford & IBH Publishing Co. Pvt. Ltd., New Delhi, Bombay & Calcutta
Volume: 233pp.
 
Masuzo, U. 1966 Freshwater zooplankton of South East Asia. South East Asian Studies
Volume: 3:94-171.
 
Uéno, M. 1966 Freshwater zooplankton of southeast Asia. East Asian Studies
Volume: 3(5):94-109.
 
Swain, W.R. & K.M. Roijackers 1985 Freshwater zooplankton sampling reconsidered: preliminary results of a high-speed sampling device for small lakes. Hydrobiological Bulletin, Amsterdam
Volume: 19(2):139-152, figs. 1-3. (xii-1985)
 
Rajapaksa, R. & C.H. Fernando 1984 Freshwater zooplankton. In: Fernando, C.H. (ed.). Ecology and Biogeography in Sri Lanka. Monographiae Biologicae
Volume: 57:155-169, figs. 1-28.
 
Ragapaksa, R. & C.H. Fernando 1984 Freshwater zooplankton. In: Fernando, C.H. (ed.). Ecology and Biogeography in Sri Lanka. Monographiae Biologicae
Volume: 57:155-169.
 
Einsle, U. 1986 Friedrich Kiefer 1897-1985. Archiv für Hydrobiologie
Volume: 106(4):575-576.
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Einsle, U. 1986 Friedrich Kiefer 1897-1985. Carolinea, Karlsrühe
Volume: 44:182-183.
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Kiefer, F. 1986 Friedrich Kiefer 1897-1985. by Ulrich Einsle. Archiv für Hydrobiologie
Volume: 106(4):575-576. (in German.)
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Kiefer, F. 1986 Friedrich Kiefer 1897-1985. by Ulrich Einsle. Carolinea, Karlsrühe
Volume: 44:182-183.
 
Cole, G.A. 1952 Friends and foes. No. 9. Non parasitic copepods. Aquarist and Pondkeeper
Volume: 17:178. (xii-1952)
 
Bowman, T.E. 1978 From Brazil to Jamaica: a range extension of the neritic calanoid copepod, Pseudodiaptomus acutus. Crustaceana (Leiden)
Volume: 35(3):249-252. (28-xi-1978)
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Chiba, S., M.N. Aita, K. Tadokoro, T. Saino, H. Sugisaki & K. Nakata 2008 From climate regime shifts to lower-trophic level phenology: Synthesis of recent progress in retrospective studies of the western North Pacific. Progress in Oceanography
Volume: 77(2-3):112-126.
 
Riisgard, H.U., P. Andersen & E. Hoffmann 2012 From fish to jellyfish in the eutrophicated Limfjorden (Denmark). Estuaries & Coasts
Volume: 35(3):701-713.
 
Nielsen, D.L., M.A. Brock, M. Vogel & R. Petrie 2008 From fresh to saline: a comparison of zooplankton and plant communities developing under a gradient of salinity with communities developing under constant salinity levels. Marine & Freshwater Research
Volume: 59(7):549-559.
 
Britton, J.R., R.R. Boar, J. Grey, J. Foster, J. Lugonzo & D.M. Harper 2007 From introduction to fishery dominance: the initial impacts of the invasive carp Cyprinus carpio in Lake Naivasha, Kenya, 1999 to 2006. Journal of Fish Biology
Volume: 71(sd):293-257.
 
Campbell, A.K., G. Sala-Newby, P.J. Aston, N. Kalsheker, Y. Kishi, & O. Shimomura 1990 From Luc and Phot genes to the hospital bed. Journal of Bioluminescence and Chemiluminescence
Volume: 5(2):131-139.
 
Adamowicz, S.J. & A. Purvis 2006 From more to fewer? Testing an allegedly pervasive trend in the evolution of morphological structure. Evolution
Volume: 60(7):1402-1416.
 
Frederiksen, M., M. Edwards, A.J. Richardson, N.C. Halliday & S. Wanless 2006 From plankton to top predators: bottom-up control of a marine food web across four trophic levels. Journal of Animal Ecology
Volume: 75(6):1259-1268.
 
Kamburska, L. & S. Fonda-Umani 2009 From seasonal to decadal inter-annual variability of mesozooplankton biomass in the Northern Adriatic Sea (Gulf of Trieste). Journal of Marine Systems
Volume: 78(4):490-504.
 
Willis, K.J. 1998 From single species to mesocosms: responses of freshwater copepods and their community to PCP. Ph.D. Dissertation, University of Waikato, Hamilton, New Zealand.
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Paffenhöfer, G.-A., B.F. Sherr & E.B. Sherr 2007 From small scales to the big picture: persistence mechanisms of planktonic grazers in the oligotrophic ocean. Marine Ecology
Volume: 28(2):243-253.
 
Warren, M. 2010 From the Biologist: Those white things on trout – The Angler’s Line, Newsletter of the Truckeee River Flyfishers
Volume: August 2010:2.
 
Wiebe, P.H. & M.C. Benfield 2003 From the Hensen net toward four-dimensional biological oceanography. Progress in Oceanography
Volume: 56(1):7-136.
 
Harrison, N.M., G.L. Hunt, Jr. & R.T. Cooney 1990 Front affecting distribution of seabirds in the northern Bering Sea. Polar Research
Volume: 8(1):29-31.
 
Shields, R.J. 1967 Frontal filament formation in larval parasitic copepods. Transactions of the American Microscopical Society
Volume: 86:68-69. (Abstract.) (i-1967)
 
Gonzalez-Alanis, P. 2000 Frontal filament morphogenesis in the salmon louse Lepeophtheirus salmonis. M.Sc. Thesis, University of Prince Edward Island, Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island, Canada.
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Gonzalez-Alanis, P., G.M. Wright, S.C. Johnson & J.F. Burka 2001 Frontal filament morphogenesis in the salmon louse Lepeophtheirus salmonis. Journal of Parasitology
Volume: 87(3):561-574.
 
Dahl, E. 1965 Frontal organs and protocerebral neurosecretory systems in Crustacea and Insecta. Gen. comp. Endocrinol.
Volume: 5:614-617, figs. 1-3.
 
Dahl, E. 1953 Frontal organs in free-living copepods. Smärre undersögningar över Öresund, 16. Kunglige Fysiografiska Sällskapets i Lund Förhandlingar
Volume: 23(5):1-7, figs. 1-4.
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Thienemann, A. 1938 Frostboden und Sonnenstrahlung als limnologische Faktoren. Ein Beitrag zum Problem der Steckmückenplage in Lappland. Archiv für Hydrobiologie
Volume: 34:306-345, figs. 1-5, pls. 7-9, tabs. 1-10.
 
Gomez-Ordonez, E. & P. Ruperez 2011 FTIR-ATR spectroscopy as a tool for polysaccharide identification in edible brown and red seaweeds. Food Hydrocolloids
Volume: 25(6):1514-1520.
 
Naylor, R., K. Hindar, I.A. Fleming, R. Goldburg, S. Williams, J. Volpe, F. Whoriskey, J. Eagle, D. Kelso & M. Mangel 2005 Fugitive salmon: assessing the risks of escaped fish from net-pen aquaculture. BioScience
Volume: 55(5):427-437.
 
Fabian, H., R. Koppelmann & H. Weikert 2005 Full-depths zooplankton composition at two deep sites in the western and central Arabian Sea. Indian Journal of Marine Sciences
Volume: 34(2):174-187.
 
Lin, T., F.Y. Cui, D.M. Liu & D. An 2004 Full-scale study of removal effect on Cyclops of zooplankton with chlorine dioxide. Journal of Environmental Sciences (China)
Volume: 16(5): 746-750.
 
Kusk, K.O. & L. Wollenberger 1999 Fully defined saltwater medium for cultivation of and toxicity testing with marine copepod Acartia tonsa. Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry
Volume: 18(7):1564-1567. (vii.1999)
 
Morton, A. & R.D. Routledge 2006 Fulton's condition factor: Is it a valid measure of sea lice impact on juvenile salmon? North American Journal of Fisheries Management
Volume: 26(1):56-62.
 
Clarke, W.D. 1963 Function of bioluminescence in mesopelagic organisms. Nature, London
Volume: 198(4887):1244-1246, figs. 1-3. (29-vi-1963)
 
Fox, H. Munro, B.M. Gilchrist & E.A. Phear 1951 Function of haemaglobin in Daphnia. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London, Series B, Biological Sciences
Volume: 138:514-528, figs. 1-7.
 
Wang, R., H.Y. Zhang, K. Wang & T. Zuo 2002 Function performed by small copepods in marine ecosystem. Oceanologia et Limnologia Sinica
Volume: 33(5): 453-460 (Chinese)
 
Hjorth, M., J. Vester, P. Henriksen, V. Forbes & I. Dahllöf 2007 Functional and structural responses of marine plankton food web to pyrene contamination. Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 338:21-31.
 
McNaught, D.C. 1989 Functional bioassays utilizing zooplankton: a comparison. Hydrobiologia
Volume: 188-189:117-121.
 
Falk-Peterson, S., J.R. Sargent, O.J. Lonne & S. Timofeev 1999 Functional biodiversity of lipids in Antarctic zooplankton: Calanoides acutus, Calanus propinquus, Thysanoessa macrura and Euphausia crystallorophias. Polar Biology
Volume: 21(1):37-47. (i.1999)
 
Dalvin, S., P. Frost, E. Biering, L.A. Hamre, C. Eichner, B. Krossøy & F. Nilsen 2009 Functional characterisation of the maternal yolk-associated protein (LsYAP) utilizing systemic RNA interference in the salmon louse (Lepeophtheirus salmonis) (Crustacea: Copepoda). International Journal for Parasitology
Volume: 39(13):1407-1415.
 
Krylov, A.V. 2006 Functional characteristics of zooplankton in different parts of small rivers. Biologiya Vnutrennikh Vod / Inland Water Biology
Volume: 2006(4):53-56. [In Russian; abstract in English.]
 
Rawson, P.D. & R.S. Burton 2002 Functional coadaptation between cytochrome c and cytochrome c oxidase within allopatric populations of a marine copepod. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America
Volume: 99 (20): 12955-12958.
 
Havens, K.E. & R.E. Carlson 1998 Functional complementarity in plankton communities along a gradient of acid stress. Environmental Pollution
Volume: 101(3):427-436.
 
Hulot, F.D., G. Lacroix, F. Lescher-Moutoué & M. Loreau 2000 Functional diversity governs ecosystem response to nutrient enrichment. Nature
Volume: 405:340-344.
 
Barnett, A.J., K. Finlay & B.E. Beisner 2007 Functional diversity of crustacean zooplankton communities: towards a trait-based classification. Freshwater Biology
Volume: 52(5):796-813.
 
Simenstad, C.A. & R.M. Thom 1996 Functional equivalency trajectories of the restored Gog-Le-Hi-Te estuarine wetland. Ecological Applications
Volume: 6(1):38-56.
 
Fiksen, O. 1997 Functional models of life strategies in zooplankton and fish. University of Bergen, Department of Fisheries and Marine Biology
Volume: 132pp. (Abstract only.)
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Fiksen, O. 1997 Functional models of life strategies in zooplankton and fish. Dr. scient. Thesis, University of Bergen, Bergen, Norway.
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Nishida, S., S. Ohtsuka & A.R. Parker 2002 Functional morphology and food habits of deep-sea copeods of the genus Cephalophanes (Calanoida: Phaennidae): perception of bioluminescence as a strategy for food detection. Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 227:157-171.
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Barthélémy, R.M. 1999 Functional morphology and taxonomic relevance of the female genital structures in Acartiidae (Copepoda: Calanoida). Journal of the Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom, Cambridge, U.K.
Volume: 79(5):857-870. (x.1999)
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Boxshall, G.A. 1981 Functional morphology of Benthomisophria. In: Vaupel Klein, J.C. von (ed.). First International Conference on Copepoda, Amsterdam, 24-28 August 1981. Collected Abstracts.
Volume: :3. (Abstract.)
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Boxshall, G.A. 1984 Functional morphology of copepod feeding mechanisms. In: World Association of Copepodologists: Second International Conference on Copepoda, Ottawa, Canada, 13-17 August 1984. Program and Abstracts:
Volume: :30. (Abstract.)
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Matsuura, H. 2005 Functional morphology of deep-sea copepods. Bulletin of Plankton Society of Japan
Volume: 52(2):108-112. [In Japanese; English abstract.]
 
Schnack, S.B. 1989 Functional morphology of feeding appendages in calanoid copepods. Crustacean Issues
Volume: 6:137-151.
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Blades-Eckelbarger, P.I. 1991 Functional morphology of spermatophores and sperm transfer in calanoid copepods. In: Bauer, R.T. & J.W. Martin (eds.). Crustacean Sexual Biology. Columbia University Press, New York & Oxford. 355pp.
Volume: :246-270.
 
John, S.E. & N.B. Nair 1976 Functional morphology of the digestive system in Hermilius longicornis - a parasitic copepod. Aquatic Biology
Volume: 2:1-17.
 
John, S.E. & N.B. Nair 1975 Functional morphology of the digestive system in Pseudocycnus armatus, (a parasitic copepod). Forma et Functio
Volume: 8(3-4):361-386, figs. 1-16.
 
Chandran, A. 1985 Functional morphology of the digestive system in certain marine lernaeopodids (Copepoda: Siphonostomatoida) with notes on the nature of infestation of copepod parasites of fishes of the Southwest coast of India. Ph.D. Thesis, University of Kerala
Volume: 1-361pp.
 
John, S.E. & N.B. Nair 1976 Functional morphology of the digestive system of Lernaeenicus hemirhamphi, a parasitic copepod. Aquatic Biology
Volume: 1:1-21.
 
Swanepoel, J.H. & A. Avenant-Oldewage 1993 Functional morphology of the foregut of Chonopeltis australis Boxshall (Branchiura). Journal of Crustacean Biology
Volume: 13(4):656-666.
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John, S.E. & N.B. Nair 1977 Functional morphology of the head muscles of Lernaeenicus hemirhamphi Kirtisinghe - a parasitic copepod. Zoologischer Anzeiger
Volume: 198(1-2):68-74, figs. 1-4.
 
John, S.E. & N.B. Nair 1974 Functional morphology of the mouth tube of Hermilius longicornis Bassett Smith, a parasitic copepod on Ariodes dussumieri Valenciennes. Monitore Zoologico Italiano
Volume: n. ser. 8(3): 133-140, figs. 1-2. (31-x-1974)
 
John, S.E. & N.B. Nair 1973 Functional morphology of the mouth tube of Pseudocycnus armatus - Bassett Smith - a parasitic copepod on Indocybium guttatum. Boletín del Instituto Oceanográfico, Universidad de Oriente, Cumaná
Volume: 12(2):23-27, figs. 1-3. (xii-1973)
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Chandran, A. & N. Balakrishnan Nair 1988 Functional morphology of the mouth tube of a lernaeopodid Pseudocharopinopsis narcinae (Pillai, 1962) (Copepoda: Siphonostomatoida). In: Boxshall, G.A. & H.K. Schminke (eds.). Biology of Copepods. Proceedings of the Third International Conference on Copepoda. Dev. Hydrobiol.,
Volume: 47 (= Hydrobiologia, 167-168):629-634, figs. 1-9.
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Chandran, A. & N. Balakrishnan Nair 1987 Functional morphology of the mouth tube of a lernaeopodid Pseudocharopinus narcinae (Pillai, 1962) (Copepoda: Siphonostomatoida). In: World Association of Copepodologists: Third International Conference on Copepoda, British Museum (Natural History), London, 10-14 August 1987, Program and Abstracts
Volume: :28. (Abstract.)
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Wiebe, P.H. 1988 Functional regression equations for zooplankton displacement volume, wet weight, dry weight and carbon: a correction. Fishery Bulletin, United States National Marine Fisheries Service
Volume: 86:833-835.
 
Hooff, R.C. & S.M. Bollens 2004 Functional response and potential predatory impact of Tortanus dextrilobatus, a carnivorous copepod recently introduced to the San Francisco Estuary. Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 277:167-179.
 
Pilditch, C. 1991 Functional response of Nyctiphanes australis (Euphausiacea) feeding on Chaetoceros gracilis (Bacillariophyceae) and Acartia spp. (Copepoda). M.Sc. Thesis, University of Otago / Te Whare Watanga o Otago, Otago, New Zealand.
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Vergara, O. 2006 Functional response of Sagitta setosa and Mnemiopsis leidyi under different food concentration gradients (copepods of Gullmar Fjord, Sweden 58°15'43''S, 11°27'15''W). Trabajo de Iniciación Científica (Linneo-Palme), University of Göteborg, Gothenburg (Göteborg), Sweden.
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Moss, J.H. & D.A. Beauchamp 2007 Functional response of juvenile pink and chum salmon: effects of consumer size and two types of zooplankton prey. Journal of Fish Biology
Volume: 70(2):610-622.
 
Golubkov, S.M., A.F. Alimov, I.V. Telesh, L.E. Anokhina, A.A. Maximov, V.N. Nikulina, E.B. Pavel'eva & V.E. Panov 2003 Functional response of midsummer planktonic and benthic communities in the Neva Estuary (eastern Gulf of Finland) to anthropogenic stress. Oceanologia
Volume: 45(1):53-66.
 
Buckingham, S.L. 1978 Functional responses and feeding strategies of fresh-water filter-feeding zooplankton. Ph.D. Thesis, University of British Columbia, Vancouver
Volume: 158pp.
 
Gentleman, W.C., A. Leising, B. Frost, S. Strom & J. Murray 2003 Functional responses for zooplankton feeding on multiple resources: a review of assumptions and biological dynamics. Deep Sea Research Part II: Topical Studies in Oceanography
Volume: 50:2847-2875.
 
López, E., R. Anadón & R.P. Harris 2007 Functional responses of copepod nauplii using a high efficiency gut fluorescence technique. Marine Biology
Volume: 150(5):893-903.
 
López, E., R. Anadón & R.P. Harris 2007 Functional responses of copepod nauplii using a high efficiency gut fluorescence technique. Marine Biology
Volume: 150(5):1047-1048. [Erratum.]
 
Brachvogel, R., L. Meskendahl, J.P. Herrmann & A. Temming 2013 Functional responses of juvenile herring and sprat in relation to different prey types. Marine Biology
Volume: 160(2):465-478.
 
Kobari, T., A. Shinada & A. Tsuda 2003 Functional roles of interzonal migrating mesozooplankton in the western subarctic Pacific. Progress in Oceanography
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