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Brown, S.P., G. Loot, A. Teriokhin, A. Brunel, C. Brunel & J.F. Guegan 2002 Host manipulation by Ligula intestinalis: a cause or consequence of parasite aggregation? International Journal for Parasitology
Volume: 32(7):817-824.
 
Hammerschmidt, K. 2005 Host parasite interactions in a cestode with a complex life cycle, Schistocephalus solidus. Ph.D. Dissertation, Christian-Albrechts-Universität zu Kiel, Kiel, Germany
Volume: 130 pp.
 
Sadler, K. 1977 Host parasite relationship of two copepod parasites of freshwater fishes (Lernaea cyprinacea and Thersitina gasterostei) and of the parasites of the three-spined sticklebacks in Wintersett Reservoir. Ph.D. Thesis, University of Leeds, Leeds, U.K.
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Sweeney, A.W., S.L. Doggett & R.G. Piper 1993 Host parasite relationships of Microsporidia infecting mosquitoes. Arbovirus Research in Australia
Volume: 6:102-105. (For 1992.)
 
Oines, O., J.H. Simonsen, J.A. Knutsen & P.A. Heuch 2006 Host preference of adult Caligus elongatus Nordmann in the laboratory and its implications for Atlantic cod aquaculture. Journal of Fish Diseases
Volume: 29(3):167-174.
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Chiavelli, D.A., E.A. Mills & S.T. Threlkeld 1993 Host preference, seasonality, and community interactions of zooplankton epibionts. Limnology and Oceanography
Volume: 38:574-583.
 
Shields, R.J. & R.P. Goode 1978 Host rejection of Lernaea cyprinacea L. (Copepoda). Crustaceana (Leiden)
Volume: 35(3):301-307, figs. 1-2 on pl. 1, tab. 1. (28-xi-1978)
 
Andrews, M., S. Battaglene, J. Cobcroft, M. Adams, E. Noga & B. Nowak 2010 Host response to the chondracanthid copepod Chondracanthus goldsmidi, a gill parasite of the striped trumpeter, Latris lineata (Forster), in Tasmania. Journal of Fish Diseases
Volume: 33(3):211-220.
 
Mikheev, V.N., E.T. Valtonen & P. Rintamaki-Kinnunen 1998 Host searching in Argulus foliaceus L. (Crustacea: Branchiura): the role of vision and selectivity. Parasitology, Cambridge
Volume: 116(5):425-430.
 
Oines, O. 2007 Host selection and infection strategies in Caligus elongatus. Doctor Scientiarum, Norwegian School of Veterinary Science, Oslo, Norway.
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Corsetti, J.L. & K.M. Strasser 2003 Host selection of the symbiotic copepod Clausidium dissimile in two sympatric populations of ghost shrimp. Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 256:151-159.
 
O'Shea, B., A.J. Mordue & I.R. Bricknell 2003 Host settlement of the salmon louse, Lepeophtheirus salmonis. Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology, Part A
Volume: 134:S29/. (Abstract.)
 
Boxshall, G.A. 1998 Host specificity in copepod parasites of deep-sea fishes. In: Dahms, H.U., T. Glatzel, H.J. Hirche, S. Schiel & H.K. Schminke, (eds.). Proceedings of the 6th International Conference on Copepoda, Journal of Marine Systems, Spec. Vol.
Volume: 15(1-4):215-223, tbl.4. (vi.1998)
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Ho, J.S., B.B. Collette & I. Madinabeitia 2006 Host specificity of Lepeophtheirus crassus (Wilson and Bere) (Copepoda: Caligidae) parasitic on the marlin sucker Remora osteochir (Cuvier) in the Atlantic Ocean. Journal of Parasitology
Volume: 92(5):1113-1114.
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Mikheev, V.N., A.F. Pasternak & E.T. Valtonen 2007 Host specificity of Argulus coregoni (Crustacea: Branchiura) increases at maturation. Parasitology
Volume: 134(12):1767-1774.
 
Sweeney, A.W., S.L. Doggett & R.G. Piper 1990 Host specificity studies of Amblyspora indicola and Amblyspora dyxenoides (Microspora: Amblysporidae) in mosquitoes and copepods. Journal of Invertebrate Pathology
Volume: 56(3):415-418.
 
Shariff, M., Z. Kabata & C. Sommerville 1986 Host susceptibility to Lernaea cyprinacea L. and its treatment in a large aquarium system. Journal of Fish Diseases, Oxford, U.K.
Volume: 9:393-401.
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Bates, C.R. 2009 Host taxonomic relatedness and functional-group affiliation as predictors of seaweed-invertebrate epifaunal associations. Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 387:125-136.
 
Nagasawa, K. & T. Takami 1993 Host utilization by the salmon louse Lepeophtheirus salmonis (Copepoda: Caligidae) in the Sea of Japan. Journal of Parasitology
Volume: 79(1):127-130.
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Wyatt, R.J. & C.R. Kennedy 1989 Host-constrained epidemiology of the fish tapeworm Ligula intestinalis (L.). Journal of Fish Biology
Volume: 35(2):215-227.
 
Heuch, P.A. 1996 Host-finding in the parasitic copepod Lepeophtheirus salmonis. Dr. Scient. Thesis, University of Oslo, Oslo, Norway.
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Skonhoft, A. & J.O. Olaussen 2008 Høsting paaulike trofiske niva i et økologisk system. [Harvesting at different trophic levels in an ecological system.] In: Bailey, J., R. Tiller, O. Otterstad & A.M. Tretvik (eds.). Raudate: Redning eller Ruin? Tapir Akademisk Forlag, Trondheim. 160 pp.
Volume: Pp. 109-123. [In Norwegian.]
 
Olson, L.J. 1979 Host-parasite associations of the grunions, Leuresthes sardina and Leuresthes tenuis from the Gulf of California. Ph.D. Dissertation, University of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona, U.S.A.
Volume: 97 pp.
 
Kaitala, V., M. Heino & W.M. Getz 1997 Host-parasite dynamics and the evolution of host immunity and parasite fecundity strategies. Bulletin of Mathematical Biology
Volume: 59(3):427-450.
 
Carvalho, L.N., K. Del Claro & R.M. Takemoto 2003 Host-parasite interaction between branchiurans (Crustacea: Argulidae) and piranhas (Osteichthyes: Serrasalminae) in the Pantanal wetland of Brazil. Environmental Biology of Fishes
Volume: 67 (3): 289-296.
 
Carvalho, L.N., R. Arruda & K. Del-Claro 2004 Host-parasite interactions between the piranha Pygocentrus nattereri (Characiformes: Characidae) and isopods and branchiurans (Crustacea) in the rio Araguaia basin, Brazil. Neotropical Ichthyology
Volume: 2(2):93-98.
 
Francová, K. & M. Ondrackova 2011 Host-parasite interactions in sympatric and allopatric populations of European bitterling. Parasitology Research
Volume: 109(3):801-808.
 
Martinez, J. & S. Merino 2011 Host-parasite interactions under extreme climatic conditions. Current Zoology
Volume: 57(3):390-405.
 
Bowen, C.A., II & R.M. Stedman 1990 Host-parasite relationship and geographic distribution of Salmincola corpulentus (Copepoda: Lernaeopodidae) on bloater (Coregonus hoyi) stocks in Lake Huron. Canadian Journal of Zoology
Volume: 68(9):1988-1994. (French sumary)
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Lasee, B.A., D.R. Sutherland & M.E. Moubry 1988 Host-parasite relationship between burbot (Lota lota) and adult Salmincola lotae (Copepoda). Canadian Journal of Zoology
Volume: 66(11):2459-2463. (French summary.)
 
Kabata, Z. & B. Cousens 1977 Host-parasite relationship between sockeye salmon, Oncorhynchus nerka, and Salmincola californiensis (Copepoda: Lernaeopodidae). Journal of the Fisheries Research Board of Canada
Volume: 34(2):191-202, figs. 1-8, pls. 1-3, tabs. 1-3. (ii-1977)
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Paperna, I. & D.E. Zwerner 1982 Host-parasite relationship of Ergasilus labracis Kroyer (Cyclopidea Ergasilidae) and the striped bass, Morone saxatilis (Walbaum) from the lower Chesapeake Bay. Annales des Sciences Naturelles, Série Zoologie et Biologie Animale, Paris
Volume: 57(4):393-405, figs. 1-16, tabs. 1-3. (French Summary.)
 
Wilson, B.A. & J.H. Hubschman 1985 Host-parasite relationship of Tanaorhamphus longirostris (Acanthocephala: Neoechinorhynchidae) in the intermediate host, Diaptomus pallidus (Crustacea: Copepoda). Proceedings of the Helminthological Society of Washington
Volume: 52(1):71-75, figs. 1-4. (7-iii-1985)
 
Perkins, P.S. & R. Gartman 1997 Host-parasite relationship of the copepod eye parasite, Phrixocephalus cincinnatus, and Pacific sanddab (Citharichthys sordidus) collected from wastewater outfall areas. Bulletin of the Southern California Academy of Sciences
Volume: 96(3):87-104.
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Marques, J.F., M.J. Santos, C.M. Teixeira, M.I. Batista & H.N. Cabral 2011 Host-parasite relationships in flatfish (Pleuronectiformes) – the relative importance of host biology, ecology and phylogeny. Parasitology
Volume: 138(1):107-121.
 
Svendsen, Y.S. 1990 Hosts of third stage larvae of Hysterothylacium sp. (Nematoda, Anisakidae) in zooplankton from outer Oslofjord, Norway. Sarsia, Bergen
Volume: 75(2):161-167.
 
Sasal, P., Y. Desdevises & S. Morand 1998 Host-specialization and species diversity in fish parasites: Phylogenetic conservatism? Ecography
Volume: 21(6):639-643.
 
Santhosh, B. & S. Radhakrishnan 2009 Host-specificity of metazoan parasites infecting mullets of Kerala, India. Indian Journal of Fisheries
Volume: 56(4):293-296.
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Springer, A.M., G.V. Byrd & S.J. Iverson 2007 Hot oceanography: planktivorous seabirds reveal ecosystem responses to warming of the Bering Sea. Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 352:289-297.
 
Rocha, O., T. Matsumura-Tundisi & J.G. Tundisi 2002 Hot spots for zooplankton diversity in Sao Paulo state: origin and maintenance. Verhandlungen der Internationale Vereinigung für Theoretische und Angewandte Limnologie
Volume: 28:872-876.
 
Vetter, E.W. 1994 Hotspots of benthic production. Nature
Volume: 372:47
 
Culver, D.C. & B. Sket 2000 Hotspots of subterranean biodiversity in caves and wells. Journal of Cave and Karst Studies
Volume: 62(1):11-17.
 
Mattelet, C. 2006 Household ceramic water filter evaluation using three simple low-cost methods: membrane filtration, 3M Petrifilm and hydrogen sulfide bacteria in Northern Region, Ghana. Master of Engineering in Civil and Environmental Engineering, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, Massachusetts, U.S.A.
Volume: 105 pp.
 
Grimsrud, K.M., H.M. Nielsen, S. Navrud & I. Olesen 2013 Households' willingness-to-pay for improved fish welfare in breeding programs for farmed Atlantic salmon. Aquaculture
Volume: 372():19-27. 10.1016/j.aquaculture.2012.10.009
 
Benz, G.W. 1992 How Pandarus species (Copepoda: Pandaridae) attach to their shark hosts. Journal of Parasitology
Volume: 78(2):368-370.
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Giesenhagen, H.C., A.E. Detmer, J. de Wall, A. Weber, R.R. Gradinger & F.J. Frank 1999 How are Antarctic planktonic microbial food webs and algal blooms affected by melting of sea ice? Microcosm simulations. Aquatic Microbial Ecology
Volume: 20(2):183-201.
 
Iwasaki, N. 2005 How are harpacticoids spatially distributed on the sea bottom? In: Nagasawa, K. (ed.). Introduction to Copepodology - World of tiny giants in water., Tokai University Press, Tokyo, 326pp.
Volume: :219-232. (In Japanese)
 
Thorisson, K. 2006 How are the vertical migrations of copepods controlled? Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology
Volume: 329(1):86-100.
 
Daewel, U., M.A. Peck, C. Schrum & M.A. St. John 2008 How best to include the effects of climate-driven forcing on prey fields in larval fish individual-based models. Journal of Plankton Research
Volume: 30(1):1-5.
 
Panasiuk-Chodnicka, A., M.I. Zmijewska & L. Dzierzbicka-Glowacka 2011 How big is the influence of most dominant antarctic copepods on siphonophores foraging behavior? Abstracts of the 11th International Conference on Copepoda, Merida, Mexico, July 11-15, 2011, Gasca, R. & E. Suárez-Morales, (eds.)
Volume: 107
 
Mullin, M.M. 1982 How can enclosing seawater liberate biological oceanographers? In: Grice, G.D. & M.R. Reeve (eds.). Marine Mesocosms. Biological and chemical research in experimental ecosystems. Springer-Verlag, New York, Heidelberg & Berlin. 430pp.
Volume: :399-410.
 
Ueda, H., A. Terao, M. Tanaka, M. Hibino & M. Shahidul Islam 2004 How can river-estuarine planktonic copepods survive river floods? Ecological Research
Volume: 19(6):625-632.
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Hidalgo, P., R. Escribano, M. Fuentes, E. Jorquera & O. Vergara 2012 How coastal upwelling influences spatial patterns of size-structured diversity of copepods off central-southern Chile (summer 2009). Progress in Oceanography
Volume: 92:134-145.
 
Ferrari, F.D. 1991 How copepodologists use larval development to infer copepod phylogeny: Introductory remarks. In: Uye, S.I., S. Nishida & J.S. Ho (eds.). Proceedings of the Fourth International Conference on Copepoda. Bulletin of Plankton Society of Japan, Special Volume:
Volume: special vol.:69-70.
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Buskey, E.J. 1983 How copepods sense their environment. Maritimes
Volume: 27(3):11-12.
 
Reid, J.W. 1998 How 'cosmopolitan' are the continental cyclopoid copepods? Comparison of the North American and Eurasian faunas, with description of Acanthocyclops parasensitivus sp.n. (Copepoda: Cyclopoida) from the U.S.A. Zoologischer Anzeiger
Volume: 236:109-118.
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Mikheev, V.N., A.F. Pasternak & E.T. Valtonen 2003 How do fish ectoparasites Argulus spp. (Crustacea: Branchiura) match with their hosts at the behavioural and ecological scales? Zhurnal Obshchei Biologii
Volume: 64(3):238-247.
 
Cucherousset, J., A. Carpentier & J.M. Paillisson 2007 How do fish exploit temporary waters throughout a flooding episode? Fisheries Management and Ecology
Volume: 14(4):269-276.
 
Matsushita, K. 1990 How do fish larvae of limited motile encounter nauplii in the sea? In: World Association of Copepodologists: Fourth International Conference on Copepoda, Karuizawa, Japan, 16-20 September 1990. Program and Abstracts:
Volume: :24. (Abstract.)
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Matsushita, K. 1991 How do fish larvae of limited motility encounter nauplii in the sea? In: Uye, S.I., S. Nishida & J.S. Ho (eds.). Proceedings of the Fourth International Conference on Copepoda. Bulletin of Plankton Society of Japan, Special Volume:
Volume: special vol.:251-270.
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Decho, A.W. 1988 How do harpacticoid grazing rates differ over a tidal cycle? Field verification using chlorophyll-pigment analyses. Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 34:263-270.
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Shimanaga, M. 2005 How do harpacticoids meet, engage in courtship, and increase their progeny In: Nagasawa, K. (ed.). Introduction to Copepodology - World of tiny giants in water., Tokai University Press, Tokyo, 326pp.
Volume: :243-256. (In Japanese)
 
Forster, J., A.G. Hirst & D. Atkinson 2011 How do organisms change size with changing temperature? The importance of reproductive method and ontogenetic timing. Functional Ecology
Volume: 25(5):1024-1031.
 
Cooke, S.L., C.E. Williamson & J.E. Saros 2006 How do temperature, dissolved organic matter and nutrients influence the response of Leptodiaptomus ashlandi to UV radiation in a subalpine lake? Freshwater Biology
Volume: 51(10):1827-1837.
 
Arashkevich, E.G., A. Drits & A. Timonin 2003 How do the basin- and mesoscale circulations affect the plankton distribution in the Black Sea? In: Yilmaz, A. (ed.). Oceanography of the Eastern Mediterranean and Black Sea. IMSMETU, Erdemli-Içel, Turkey
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Williamson, C.E., C. Salm, S.L. Cooke & J.E. Saros 2010 How do UV radiation, temperature, and zooplankton influence the dynamics of alpine phytoplankton communities? In: Eggermont, H., M. Kernan & K. Martens (eds.). Global Change Impacts on Mountain Lakes. Hydrobiologia
Volume: 648(1):73-81.
 
Kobari, T. 2003 How do we progress plankton studies in future? Recent advances and future prospect in zooplankton studies. Bulletin of Plankton Society of Japan / Nihon Purankuton Gakkaiho
Volume: 50(1):25-29. [In Japanese.]
 
Buskey, E.J. 2008 How does eutrophication affect the role of grazers in harmful algal bloom dynamics? Harmful Algae
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Fleeger, J.W., D.W. Foltz & A. Rocha-Olivares 2001 How does produced water cause a reduction in the genetic diversity of harpacticoid copepods? Final report. OCS Study MMS 2001-078. U.S. Dept. of the Interior, Minerals Management Service, Gulf of Mexico OCS Region, New Orleans, Louisiana, U.S.A.
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Sullivan, B.K. 1993 How does water column structure influence copepod populations in coastal marine systems? Bulletin of Marine Science
Volume: 53(1):240-246.
 
Sibly, R.M., T.D. Williams & M.B. Jones 2000 How environmental stress affects density dependence and carrying capacity in a marine copepod. Journal of Applied Ecology
Volume: 37(3):388-397.
 
Wirtz, K.W. 2013 How fast can plankton feed? Maximum ingestion rate scales with digestive surface area. Journal of Plankton Research
Volume: 35(1):33-48.
 
Dörücü, M., C.E. Adams, F.A. Huntingford & D.W.T. Crompton 1995 How fish-helminth associations arise: An example from Arctic charr in Loch Rannoch. Journal of Fish Biology
Volume: 47(6):1038-1043.
 
Costello, M.J. & A. Bjordal 1990 How good is this natural control on sea-lice? Fish Farmer
Volume: 13(2):44.
 
Gad, G. & H.K. Schminke 2004 How important are seamounts for the dispersal of meiofauna? Archive of Fishery and Marine Research /Archiv für Fischerei- und Meeresforschung
Volume: 51(2-3):43-54.
 
Chew, L.L., V.C. Chong & Y. Hanamura 2007 How important are zooplankton for juvenile fish nutrition in mangrove ecosystems? JIRCAS Working Report
Volume: 56:7-18.
 
Fonseca, B.M. & C.E. de M. Bicudo 2010 How important can the presence/absence of macrophytes be in determining phytoplankton strategies in two tropical shallow reservoirs with different trophic status? Journal of Plankton Research
Volume: 32(1):31-46.
 
Work, K., K. Havens, B. Sharfstein & T. East 2005 How important is bacterial carbon to planktonic grazers in a turbid, subtropical lake? Journal of Plankton Research
Volume: 27(4):357-372.
 
Blindow, I., A. Hargeby, B.M.A. Wagner & G. Andersson 2000 How important is the crustacean plankton for the maintenance of water clarity in shallow lakes with abundant submerged vegetation? Freshwater Biology
Volume: 44(2):185-197.
 
Rinke, K., I. Hubner, T. Petzoldt, S. Rolinski, M. Konig-Rinke, J. Post, A. Lorke & J. Benndorf 2007 How internal waves influence the vertical distribution of zooplankton. Freshwater Biology
Volume: 52(1):137-144.
 
Clarke, A., D.K.A. Barnes & D.A. Hodgson 2005 How isolated is Antarctica? Trends in Ecology and Evolution
Volume: 20(1):1-3.
 
Tester, P.A. & J.T. Turner 1990 How long does it take copepods to make eggs? Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology
Volume: 141(2-3):169-182.
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Humes, A.G. 1994 How many copepods? In: Ferrari, F.D. & B.P. Bradley (eds.). Ecology and Morphology of Copepods. Developments in Hydrobiology 102, Hydrobiologia
Volume: 292/293:1-7, tab.1-4.
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Poulin, R. 1996 How many parasite species are there: Are we close to answers? International Journal for Parasitology
Volume: 26(10):1127-1129.
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Eldredge, L.G. & S.E. Miller 1995 How many species are there in Hawaii? Occasional Papers of the Bernice P. Bishop Museum
Volume: 41:3-18.
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De Broyer, C., B. Danis & with 64 SCAR-MarBIN Taxonomic Editors 2011 How many species in the Southern Ocean? Towards a dynamic inventory of the Antarctic marine species. In: Schiaparelli, S. & R.R. Hopcroft (eds.). Census of Antarctic Marine Life: Diversity and Change in the Southern Ocean Ecosystems. Deep Sea Research Part II: Topical Studies in Oceanography
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Stoch, F. 2001 How many species of Diacyclops? New taxonomic characters and species richness in a freshwater cyclopid genus (Copepoda, Cyclopoida). In: Lopes, R.M., J.W. Reid & C.E.F. Rocha (eds.). Hydrobiologia 156, Developments in Hydrobiology 156, Proceedings of the Seventh International Conference on Copepoda, held in Curitiba, Brazil, 25-31 July 1999.
Volume: 453/454:525-231.
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Stoch, F. 1999 How many species of Diacyclops? New taxonomic characters and species richness in a freshwater cyclopoid genus (Copepoda, Cyclopoida). In: World Association of Copepodologists: Seventh International Conference on Copepoda, Curitiba, 25-31 July 1999; Program and Abstracts
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Culver, D.C. & J.R. Holsinger 1992 How many species of troglobites are there? In: White, W.B. & D.C. Culver (eds.). Benchmark Papers in Karst Science. Special Publication 11, Karst Waters Institute, Leesburg, Virginia. 590 pp.
Volume: Pp. 527-528. [Reprinted article.]
 
Culver, D.C. & J.R. Holsinger 1992 How many species of troglobites are there? National Speleological Society Bulletin
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Doupe, R.G., J. Schaffer, M.J. Knott & D.W. Burrows 2009 How might an exotic fish disrupt spawning success in a sympatric native species? Marine & Freshwater Research
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Mouillot, D., M. George-Nascimento & R. Poulin 2003 How parasites divide resources: a test of the niche apportionment hypothesis. Journal of Animal Ecology
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Pasternak, A.F., V.N. Mikheev & J. Wanzenböck 2006 How plankton copepods avoid fish predation: From individual responses to variations of the life cycle. Journal of Ichthyology
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Clay, T.W., J.B. Fox, D. Grünbaum & P.A. Jumars 2008 How plankton swim: An interdisciplinary approach for using mathematics & physics to understand the biology of the natural world. The American Biology Teacher
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Masclaux, H., M.E. Perga, M. Kagami, C. Desvilettes, G. Bourdier & A. Bec 2013 How pollen organic matter enters freshwater food webs. Limnology and Oceanography
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Costello, M.J. 2009 How sea lice from salmon farms may cause wild salmonid declines in Europe and North America and be a threat to fishes elsewhere . Proceedings of the Royal Society Biological Sciences Series B.
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Tang, S.M. & S.M. Hou 1995 How the pollution stress acting on the phytoplankton populations - an observation by the experimental enclosed ecosystem. Acta Oceanologica Sinica (English Edition)
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Zahl, P.A. 1961 How the sun gives life to the sea. National Geographic Magazine
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Fosshagen, A. 1980 How the zooplankton community may vary within a single fjord system. In: Freeland, H.J., D.M. Farmer & C.D. Levings (eds.). Fjord Oceanography. NATO Conference Series, Marine sciences, Plenum Press, New York and Lodnon 715pp.
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Caldwell, G.S., S.B. Watson & M.G. Bentley 2004 How to assess toxin ingestion and post-ingestion partitioning in zooplankton? Journal of Plankton Research
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Neuheimer, A.B., W.C. Gentleman, P. Pepin & E. Head 2010 How to build and use individual-based models (IBMs) as hypothesis testing tools. Journal of Marine Systems
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Pipan, T., N. Holt & D.C. Culver 2010 How to protect a diverse, poorly known, inaccessible fauna: identification and protection of source and sink habitats in the epikarst. Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems
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Holzman, R. & P.C. Wainwright 2009 How to surprise a copepod: Strike kinematics reduce hydrodynamic disturbance and increase stealth of suction-feeding fish. Limnology and Oceanography
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Holzman, R. & P.C. Wainwright 2009 How to surprise a copepod: Strike kinematics reduce hydrodynamic disturbance and increase stealth of suction-feeding fish. Limnology and Oceanography
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Richardson, A.J., E.H. John, X. Irigoien, R.P. Harris & G.C. Hays 2004 How well does the Continuous Plankton Recorder (CPR) sample zooplankton? A comparison with the Longhurst Hardy Plankton Recorder (LHPR) in the northeast Atlantic. Deep Sea Research Part I: Oceanographic Research Papers
Volume: 51(9):1283-1294.
 
Vehmaa, A., P. Larsson, C, Vidoudez, G. Pohnert, M. Reinikainen & J. Engstrom-Ost 2011 How will increased dinoflagellate: diatom ratios affect copepod egg production? - A case study from the Baltic Sea. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology
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Ammirati, J.F. 2008 Howard Clinton Whisler — University of Washington. North American Fungi
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Le Rouzic, B., G. Bertru & L. Brient 1995 HPLC analysis of chlorophyll a breakdown products to interpret microalgae dynamics in a shallow bay. Hydrobiologia
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Schmid, H. & H.B. Stich 1995 HPLC-analysis of algal pigments: comparison of columns, column properties and eluents. Journal of Applied Phycology
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Setyaningrum, E. 2006 Hubungan antara kelimpahan plankton dengan kepadatan larva nyamuk vektor. [The relationship between plankton density and the abundance of larvae of mosquito vectors.] Prosiding Seminar Nasional Penyakit Tropis Parasiter, Pengandalian Penyakit Tropis Parasiter Melalui Peran Jejaring Kemitraan. [Proceedings of the National Seminar on Tropical Parasitic Diseases, Pengandalian Tropical Parasitic Diseases Role Networking Through Partnership] Fakultas Biologi dan Program Pendidikan Dokter Universitas Jendral Soedirman, Purwokerto [Faculty of Biology and Physician Education Program of General Soedirman University, Purwokerto]
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Drake, J.M. & D.M. Lodge 2007 Hull fouling is a risk factor for intercontinental species exchange in aquatic ecosystems. Aquatic Invasions
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Maillard, C. & A. Raibaut 1990 Human activities and modifications of ichtyofauna of the Mediterranean Sea: effect on parasitosis. In: Castri, F. di, A.J. Hansen & M. Debussche (eds.). Biological invasions in Europe and the Mediterranean Basin. Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht
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