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Knox, G.A. 1993 The biology of the Southern Ocean. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, United Kingdom
Volume: 444 pp.
 
Kielhorn, W.V. 1952 The biology of the surface zone zooplankton of a boreo-arctic Atlantic Ocean area. Journal of the Fisheries Research Board of Canada
Volume: 9:223-264, figs. 1-13, tabs. 1-4. (xi-1952)
 
Kennedy, M. & P. Fitzmaurice 1970 The biology of the tench Tinca tinca (L.) in Irish waters. Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy
Volume: (B)69(3):31-82, figs. 1-8, pls. 3-4, tabs. 1-16. (13-iii-1970)
 
Fish, C.J. & M.W. Johnson 1937 The biology of the zooplankton population in the Bay of Fundy and Gulf of Maine with special reference to production and distribution. Journal of the Biological Board of Canada
Volume: 3(3):189-322, figs. 1-45, tabs. 1-29. (vii-1937)
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Bishop, S.H. 1923 The biology of Turner's Lake. In: A scientific survey of Turner's Lake, Isle au Haut, Maine. Bulletin of the New York State Museum
Volume: 251:9-19.
 
Burgis, M.J., J.P.E.C. Darlington, I.G. Dunn, G.G. Gauf, J.J. Gwahaba & L.M. McGowan 1973 The biomass and distribution of organisms in Lake George, Uganda. Proceedings of the Royal Society, London
Volume: (B)184(1076):271-298, figs. 1-23, tabs. 1-2. (l8-xii-1973)
 
Wishner, K.F. 1979 The biomass and ecology of the deep sea benthopelagic (near-bottom) plankton. Dissertation Abstracts International, B, Sciences and Engineering
Volume: 40(4):1476.
 
Ruhi, A. 1998 The biomass and species composition of zooplankton populations in Gorgan Bay. Iranian Journal of Fisheries Sciences
Volume: 6(4):35-46. (Farsi.)
 
Burgis, M.J. 1975 The biomass of cyclopoids in two Thames Valley reservoirs. Verhandlungen der Internationale Vereinigung für Theoretische und Angewandte Limnologie
Volume: 19(3):1834-1840, figs. 1-4, tab. 1. (xi-1975)
 
Wishner, K.F. 1980 The biomass of the deep-sea benthopelagic plankton. Deep-Sea Research, Part A, Oceanographic Research Papers
Volume: 27:203-216, figs. 1-5, tabs. 1-5. (iv-1980)
 
Pónyi, J.E. 1975 The biomass of zooplankton in Lake Balaton. Symposia Biologica Hungarica
Volume: 15:215-224.
 
Chapman, A. 1969 The bionomics of Diaptomus gracilis Sars (Copepoda, Calanoida) in Loch Lomond, Scotland. Journal of Animal Ecology
Volume: 38:257-284, figs. 1-11, tabs. 1-4, appendix. (vi-1969)
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Scott, W. 1926 The biota of a section of the upper Tippecanoe River. Proceedings of the Indiana Academy of Science
Volume: 34:365-367. (1925)
 
Vasilyeva, I.I. & N.N. Smirnov 1995 The biota of Lake Abalakh (Yakutia, eastern Siberia, Russian Federation). International Journal of Salt Lake Research
Volume: 4(1):57-63.
 
Ryan, M.J 2006 The biotic and abiotic interactions influencing organochlorine contaminants in temporal trends (1992--2003) of three Yukon lakes: Focus on Lake Laberge. Ph.D. Thesis, University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada
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Bul'on, V.V., V.N. Nikulina, E.B. Pavel'eva, L.A. Stepanova & T.V. Khlebovich 1998 The biotic interactions in ecosystem of the potentially eutrophic lake. Doklady Akademii Nauk
Volume: 359(2):277-279. (Russian)
 
Sharma, L.K. & M.M. Saxena 1995 The biotope and community of a newly constructed reservoir in the Indian desert. Acta Ecologica, Talvandi
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Gomoiu, M.T., B. Alexandrov, N. Shadrin & Y. Zaitsev 2002 The Black Sea - a recipient, donor and transit area for alien species. In: Leppäkoski, E., S. Gollasch & S. Olenin (eds.). Invasive Aquatic Species of EuropeDistribution Impacts and Management. Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht, Boston, London.
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Sergeeva, N. & V. Zaika 2013 The Black Sea meiobenthos in permanently hypoxic habitat. Acta Zoologica Bulgarica
Volume: 65(2):139-150.
 
Kovalev, A.V., V.A. Skryabin, Yu.A. Zagorodnyaya, F. Bingel, A.E. Kideys, U. Niermann & Z. Uysal 1999 The Black Sea zooplankton: Composition, spatial/temporal distribution and history of investigations. Turkish Journal of Zoology
Volume: 23:195-209.
 
Sorokin, Y.I. 1983 The Black Sea. In: Ketchum, B.H. (ed.). Estuaries and enclosed seas. Ecosystems of the world. Elsevier Scientific Publishing Company, Amsterdam. 500pp.
Volume: 26:253-292, figs. 11.1 - 11.29, tabs. 11.1 - 11.21.
 
Por, F.D., G.Y. Shimizu, M.S. Almeida Prado-Por, F.A. Lansac-Tôha, & I. Rocha Oliveira 1985 The blackwater river estuary of Rio Una do Prelado (Sao Paulo, Brazil): preliminary hydrological data. Revue d'Hydrobiologie Tropicale
Volume: 17(3):245-258. (For 1984.)
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Hammerton, D. 1976 The Blue Nile in the plains. In: Rzóska, J. (ed.). The Nile: biology of an ancient river. Monographiae Biologicae
Volume: 29:243-256, figs. 54-61.
 
Bayly, I.A.E. 1969 The body fluids of some centropagid copepods: total concentration and amounts of sodium and magnesium. Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology
Volume: 28:1403-1409, tabs. 1-5.
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Wang, X., S. Sun, X. Pu & F. Zhang 2002 The body, length, weight, element composition and metabolism of Calanus sinicus in the Yellow Sea cold water mass. Oceanologia et Limnologica Sinica
Volume: 33(Suppl):45-50.
 
Husmann, S. 1975 The boreoalpine distribution of groundwater organisms in Europe. Verhandlungen der Internationale Vereinigung für Theoretische und Angewandte Limnologie
Volume: 19(4):2983-2988, figs. 1-4.
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Adamstone, F.B. 1923 The bottom fauna of Lake Nipigon. Publications of the Ontario Fisheries Research Laboratory, University of Toronto
Volume: 19:45-70.
 
Rawson, D.S. 1930 The bottom fauna of Lake Simcoe and its role in the ecology of the lake. University of Toronto Studies in Biology, Series No. 34, Publications of the Ontario Fisheries Research Laboratory
Volume: 40:1-183, 5 pls.
 
Richardson, R.E. 1928 The bottom fauna of the middle Illinois River, 1913-1925. Bulletin of the Illinois Natural History Survey Division
Volume: 17(12):387-475.
 
Jarvekulg, A. 1971 The bottom fauna of the Väinameri. In: Haberman, H. (ed.). (Nature in the West Estonian coastal areas). Valgus, Talinn
Volume: :42-60, tabs. 1-3, maps 1-3. (Estonian with English and Russian summaries.)
 
Adamstone, F.B. & W.J.K. Harkness 1923 The bottom organisms of Lake Nipigon. Publications of the Ontario Fisheries Research Laboratory, University of Toronto
Volume: 15:123-170.
 
John, H.C., E. Mittelstaedt & K. Schulz 1998 The boundary circulation along the European continental slope as transport vehicle for two calanoid copepods in the Bay of Biscay. Oceanologica Acta
Volume: 21(2):307-318.
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Panikkar, N.K. & R.G. Aiyar 1937 The brackish-water fauna of Madras. Proceedings of the Indian Academy of Sciences
Volume: (B)6: 284-336, pls. 18-20. (xi-1937).
 
Williams, D.D. 2003 The brackishwater hyporheic zone: invertebrate community structure across a novel ecotone. Hydrobiologia
Volume: 510(1-3):153-173.
 
Fanenbruck, M., S. Harzsch & J.W. Wägele 2004 The brain of the Remipedia (Crustacea) and an alternative hypothesis on their phylogenetic relationships. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences
Volume: 101:3868-3873.
 
Hopkins, C.C.E. 1982 The breeding biology of Euchaeta norvegica (Boeck) (Copepoda: Calanoida) in Loch Etive, Scotland: assessment of breeding intensity in terms of seasonal cycles in the sex ratio, spermatophore attachment, and egg-sac production. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology
Volume: 60(1):91-102, figs. 1-3. (8-iv-1982)
 
Hopkins, C.C.E. 1976 The breeding biology of Euchaeta norvegica (Copepoda: Calanoida). Doctoral Dissertation, University of Stirling
Volume: 285pp.
 
Tattersall, W.M. & O.S. Tattersall 1951 The British Mysidacea. Ray Society, London
Volume: 1-460, figs. 1-118.
 
Brady, G.S. 1865 The British oceanic Entomostraca. Intellectual Observer
Volume: 1865:18-27, figs. 1-6, pl. 1.
 
Gurney, R. 1948 The British species of fish-louse of the Genus Argulus. Proceedings of the Zoological Society of London
Volume: 118(3):553-558, figs.1-10.
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Chaudhary, A., K. Ganguly, S. Cabantous, G.S. Waldo, S.N. Micheva-Viteva, K. Nag, W.S. Hlavacek & C.S. Tung 2012 The Brucella TIR-like protein TcpB interacts with the death domain of MyD88. Biochemical & Biophysical Research Communications
Volume: 417(1):299-304.
 
Rainville, L.A. 1987 The buffering effect of the populations of Calanus upon a sub-arctic pelagic community. In: World Association of Copepodologists: Third International Conference on Copepoda, British Museum (Natural History), London, 10-14 August 1987, Program and Abstracts
Volume: :55. (Abstract.)
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Marchenkov, A. & G.A. Boxshall 2002 The Buproridae Thorell, 1859, a family of ascidicolous copepods (Copepoda: Cyclopoida). Systematic Parasitology
Volume: 53(3):191-198.
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Reddy, Y.R. & Y. Radhakrishna 1984 The calanoid and cyclopoid fauna (Crustacea Copepoda) of Lake Kolleru, South India. Hydrobiologia, The Hague
Volume: 119(1):27-48, pls. 1-14. (10-xii-1984).
 
Krsinic, F., M. Caric, D. Vilicic & I. Ciglenecki 2000 The calanoid copepod Acartia italica Steuer, phenomenon in the small saline Lake Rogoznica (eastern Adriatic coast). Journal of Plankton Research
Volume: 22(8):1441-1464.
 
Lemus, J.T. & J.M. Lotz 2004 The calanoid copepod Acartia tonsa is capable of high egg production under crowded conditions. Journal of the Mississippi Academy of Sciences
Volume: 49(1):93-94. [Abstract.]
 
Ferrari, F.D. & M. Dojiri 1987 The calanoid copepod Euchaeta antarctica from Southern Ocean Atlantic Sector midwater trawls, with observations on spermatophore dimorphism. Journal of Crustacean Biology
Volume: 7(3):458-480, figs. 1-7, tabs. 1-6.
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Desai, H.V. & D.V. Bal 1962 The calanoid copepod Pseudodiaptomus ardjuna Brehm - a new description. Journal of the Bombay Natural History Society
Volume: 58:812-815, figs. 1-11.
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Andronov, V.N. 2003 The calanoid copepods (Crustacea) of the genera Diaixis Sars, 1902, Parundinella Fleminger, 1957, Undinella Sars, 1900 and Tharybis Sars, 1902. Arthropoda Selecta
Volume: 11(1):1-80.(2002) (In Russian, with extended English summary)
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Mulyadi 2002 The calanoid copepods Family Pontellidae from Indonesian waters, with notes on its species-groups. Treubia (A Journal on Zoology of the Indo-Australian Archipelago)
Volume: 32(2):1-167.
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Verheye, H.M. & H.J. Dumont 1984 The calanoid copepods of the Nile system. In: Dumont, H.J., A.L. el Moghraby & L.A. Desougi (eds.). Limnology and marine Biology in the Sudan. Hydrobiologia
Volume: 110:191-212, figs. 1-15.
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Gaviria, S. 1989 The calanoid fauna (Crustacea, Copepoda) of the Cordillera Oriental of the Colombian Andes. Hydrobiologia, The Hague
Volume: 178(2):113-134.
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Fleminger, A. 1963 The Calanoida (Copepoda Crustacea) in the Gulf of Thailand. In: Ecology of the Gulf of Thailand and the South China Sea
Volume: :92-98.
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Brodsky, K.A. 1955 The Calanoida of the Kuril-Kamchatka Trench. K faune veslonogikh rachkov (Calanoida) Kurilo-Kamchatskoi vpadiny. Trudy Instituta Okeanologii, Akademii Nauk SSSR
Volume: 12:184-209, figs. 1-14. (11-iii-1955, Russian.)
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Heip, C. 1976 The calculation of eliminated biomass. Biologisch Jaarboek Dodonaea
Volume: 44:217-225, tabs. 1-3.
 
Mullin, M.M. 1995 The Californian El Nino of 1992 and the fall of Calanus. California Cooperative Oceanic Fisheries Investigations (CALCOFI) Reports
Volume: 36:175-178.
 
Stock, J.H. 1968 The Calvocheridae, a family of copepods inducing galls in sea-urchin spines. Bijdragen tot de Dierkunde
Volume: 3(8):85-90, figs. 1-3.
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Por, F.D. 1969 The Canuellidae (Copepoda, Harpacticoida) in the waters around the Sinai Peninsula and the problem of 'Lessepsian' migration of this family. Israel Journal of Zoology
Volume: 18:169-178, figs. 1-15, map 1.
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De Decker, A.H.B. 1968 The Cape submarine canyon. Part II. Hydrology and plankton. Fish. Bull. Dept. Industr., Div. Sea Fish. Un. S. Afr.
Volume: 5: 38-45, figs. 18-23.
 
Wagner, H.P. 1999 The carcinological work and taxa of Jan Hendrik Stock (1931-1997). Crustaceana (Leiden)
Volume: 72(8):725-760. (xi.1999)
 
Bodea, C., E. Nicoara, G. Illyes & M. Serban 1964 The carotenoids from Arctodiaptomus salinus (Crustacea: Copepoda). Sixth International Congress on Biochemistry, July 26-August 01, 1964, New York City
Volume: 32(7):565.
 
Bowman, T.E. 1971 The case of the nonubiquitous telson and the fraudulent furca. Crustaceana (Leiden)
Volume: 21(2):165-175, figs. 1-18. (24-x-1971)
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Monchenko, V.I. 2006 The Caspian endemic genus Cryptocyclopina (Crustacea, Copepoda) in the Black Sea. Vestnik Zoologii
Volume: 40(4):371-374.
 
Hayes, T.B., P. Falso, S. Gallipeau & M. Stice 2010 The cause of global amphibian declines: a developmental endocrinologist's perspective. Journal of Experimental Biology
Volume: 213:921-933.
 
Hairston, N.G., Jr., W.E. Walton & K.T. Li 1983 The causes and consequences of sex-specific mortality in a freshwater copepod. Limnology and Oceanography
Volume: 28(5):935-947, figs. 1-3, tabs. 1-4. (ix-1983)
 
Packard, A.S., Jr. 1888 The cave fauna of North America, with remarks on the anatomy of the brain and origin of the blind species. Memoirs of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States
Volume: 4(1), 1st Mem.:1-156, figs. 1-21, pls. 1-27. [partial photocopy]
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Pearse, A.S., E.P. Creaser & F.G. Hall 1938 The cenotes of Yucatan, a zoological and hydrographic survey. Publications of the Carnegie Institution of Washington
Volume: 457:1-304.
 
Reeve, M.R., G.D. Grice & R.P. Harris 1982 The CEPEX approach and its implications for future studies in plankton ecology. In: Grice, G.D. & M.R. Reeve (eds.). Marine Mesocosms. Biological and chemical research in experimental ecosystems. Springer-Verlag, New York, Heidelberg and Berlin, 1-430pp.
Volume: :389-398, figs. 28-1 - 28-2.
 
Sanders, H.L. 1963 The Cephalocarida; Functional morphology, larval development, comparative external anatomy. Memoirs of the Connecticut Academy of Arts & Sciences, New Haven
Volume: 15:1-80. (vii.1963)
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Jarecka, L. & M.D.B. Burt 1984 The cercoid larvae of Pseudanthobothrium hanseni Baer, 1956 and Pseudanthobothrium sp. (Cestoda, Tetraphyllidea) from experimentally infected harpacticoid copepods. Acta Parasitologica Polonica
Volume: 29(2):23-26.
 
Fraser, J.H. 1952 The Chaetognatha and other zooplankton of the Scottish area and their value as biological indicators of hydrographical conditions. Marine Research
Volume: 1952(2):1-52, pls. 1-3, charts 1-21.
 
Poopathi, S. & B.K. Tyagi 2006 The challenge of mosquito control strategies: from primordial to molecular approaches. Biotechnology and Molecular Biology Review
Volume: 1(2):51-65.
 
Gerecke, R., M. Cantonati, D. Spitale, E. Stur & S. Wiedenbrug 2011 The challenges of long-term ecological research in springs in the northern and southern Alps: indicator groups, habitat diversity, and medium-term change. In: Cantonati, M., R. Gerecke, I. Jüttner & E.J. Cox (Guest Eds.). Springs: neglected key habitats for biodiversity conservation. Journal of Limnology
Volume: 70(Suppl. 1):168-187.
 
Tokioka, T. 1951 The change of plankton in deepwater canal within 24 hours. In: Studies of the pearl culture bed in Eigu Bay, Investigation of the effect of deep wate ship canal. Physiological and Ecological Research Report., Kyoto University
Volume: 73:12-23, pl.1.
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Atanasov, A.T. 2010 The change of power coefficitnt in ‘metabolism-mass’ relationship across life’s taxons during evolution: Prediction for ‘mass-dependence metabolic model’. 20th Anniversary International Scientific Conference, 3-4 June 2010, Stara Zagora, Bulgaria. Vol. 3, Medical Biology Studies.
Volume: Pp. 6-20.
 
Bat, L., F. Şahin, H.H. Satılmış, F. Üstün, Z.B. Özdemir, A.E. Kıdeys & G.E. Shulman 2007 The changed ecosystem of the Black Sea and its impact on anchovy fisheries. Journal of Fisheries Sciences
Volume: 1(4):191-227. [In Turkish; abstract in English.]
 
Regner, D. 1981 The changes in seasonal oscillations of copepods in the central Adriatic. Rapports et Procès-Verbaux des Réunions de la Commission Internationale pour l'Exploration Scientifique de la Mer Mediterranée, Monaco
Volume: 27(7): 177-179, figs., tab. (26-x-1981, French summary).
 
Johannson, O.E., E.S. Millard, K.M. Ralph, D.D. Myles, D.M. Graham, W.D. Taylor, B.G. Giles & R.E. Allen 1998 The changing pelagia of Lake Ontario (1981 to 1995): A report of the DFO Long-Term Biomonitoring (Bioindex) Program. Canadian Technical Report of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences
Volume: 2243:i-iv, 278pp. (French.)
 
Sherman, K. & A.R. Solow 1992 The changing states and health of a large marine ecosystem. ICES (International Council for the Exploration of the Sea) Council Meeting
Volume: L 38:1-31.
 
Rigler, F.H. 1975 The Char Lake project, an introduction to limnology in the Canadian arctic. In: Cameron, T.W.M.C. & L.W. Billingsley (eds.). Energy Flow – Its Biological Dimensions. A Summary of the IBP in Canada 1964–1974. Royal Society of Canada, Ottawa.
Volume: Pp. 171-198.
 
Kice, M. 1982 The character of intraannual changes of Eurytemora hirundoides in b-mesoprobic-medium of the Gulf of Riga. In: Andrushaitis, G.P., R.Yu. Laganovskaya, M.N. Matisone & S.O. Apine (eds.). (The environmental and hydrocoenoses of the Gulf of Riga), 'Zinatne', Riga: 1-199pp.
Volume: :150-166. (Russian with separately paginated English summary).
 
Kane, D.D., E.M. Haas & D.A. Culver 2003 The characteristics and potential ecological effects of the exotic crustacean zooplankter Cercopagis pengoi, a recent invader of Lake Erie. Ohio Journal of Science
Volume: 103(4):79-83.
 
Kosenok, N.S., V.I. Chuchukalo & V.F. Savinykh 2006 The characteristics of feeding of Diaphus theta (Myctophidae) in the northwestern part of the Pacific Ocean in the Summer-Autumn period. Journal of Ichthyology
Volume: 46(8):606-612.
 
Kusmorskaya, A. 1945 The characteristics of growth of plankton in the northeast part of the Sea of Japan in the period before the beginning of fishing in 1941. Rybnaya promyshlennost SSSR
Volume: 1945(1).
 
Prasad, R.R. 1954 The characteristics of marine plankton at an inshore station in the Gulf of Mannar near Mandapam. Indian Journal of Fisheries
Volume: 1:1-36, figs. 1-8, tabs. 1-12. (v-1954)
 
Svirskaya, N.L. 1988 The characteristics of the temporal structure of zooplankton communities in the light of ecological monitoring problems. In: Abakumov, V.A. (ed.). Nauchnye osnovy biomonitoringa presnovodnykh ekosistem: trudy Sovetsko-frantsuzskogo simpoziuma. (Scientific fundamentals of biomonitoring freshwater ecosystems: a Soviet-French symposium.) Gidrometeoizdat, Leningrad. 166pp.
Volume: :62-67.
 
Ivanets, O. 2002 The characteristics of the zooplanctocenosis of some lakes of the Ukrainian Carpathians. Visnyk Lvivskoho Universytetu Seriia Biolohichna
Volume: 29: 138-143 (Ukrainian)
 
Choi, S.D., Y.S. Kim & K.H. Han 1998 The characteristics of zooplankton community in Kwangyang Bay, Korea. Bulletin of Yosu National University
Volume: 13(2):959-971.
 
Peters, R.H. & D. Lean 1973 The characterization of soluble phosphorus released by limnetic zooplankton. Limnology and Oceanography
Volume: 18(2):270-279, figs. 1-6, tabs. 1-2. (iii-1973)
 
Marchetto, A., R. Mosello, M. Rogora, M. Manca, A. Boggero, G. Morabito, S. Musazzi, G.A. Tartari, A.M. Nocentini, A. Pugnetti, R. Bettinetti, P. Panzani, M. Armiraglio, P. Cammarano & A. Lami 2004 The chemical and biological response of two remote mountain lakes in the Southern Central Alps (Italy) to twenty years of changing physical and chemical climate. Journal of Limnology
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Vijverberg, J. & T.H. Frank 1976 The chemical composition and energy contents of copepods and cladocerans in relation to their size. Freshwater Biology
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Nakai, Z. 1955 The Chemical Composition, Volume, Weight and Size of the Important Marine Plankton. Special Publications of the Tokai Regional Fisheries Research Laboratory (Translation of Japanese Text in: Journal of the Oceanographical Society of Japan, 1(1-2):45-55. (1942))
Volume: 5: 12-24, figs. 1-3, tabs. 1-3.
 
Nakai, Z. 1942 The chemical composition, volume, weight and size of the important marine plankton. Journal of the Oceanographical Society of Japan
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Labarbera, M.C. & P. Kilham 1974 The chemical ecology of copepod distribution in the lakes of East and Central Africa. Limnology and Oceanography
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Genna, R.L. 2002 The chemical ecology, physiology and infection dynamics of the sea louse copepodid, Lepeophtheirus salmonis Krøyer. Ph.D. Thesis, University of Aberdeen, Aberdeen, Scotland, U.K.
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Mizuno, T. 1959 The chemical quality of water and the plankton of some ponds in the western suburbs of the city of Yamagata. Japanese Journal of Limnology
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Rankin, L.M., J.A.E. Gibson, P.D. Franzmann & H.R. Burton 1999 The chemical stratification and microbial communities of Ace Lake, Antarctica: A review of the characteristics of a marine-derived meromictic lake. Polarforschung
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Metz, H. & L. Forró 1991 The chemistry and crustacean zooplankton of the Seewinkel pans: a review of recent conditions. Hydrobiologia, The Hague
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Hwang, J.S. & C.K. Wong 2005 The China Coastal Current as a driving force for transporting Calanus sinicus (Copepoda: Calanoida) from its population centers to waters off Taiwan and Hong Kong during the winter NE monsoon period. Journal of Plankton Research
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Chubb, J.C. 1981 The Chinese tapeworm Bothriocephalus acheilognathi Yamagutii 1934 (Synonym B. gowkongensis Yeh, 1955) in Britain. British Freshwater Fisheries Conference Proceedings
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Menzie, C.A. 1980 The chironomid (Insecta: Diptera) and other fauna of a Myriophyllum spicatum L. plant bed in the lower Hudson River. Estuaries
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Waggener, A.L. 2006 The chlorophyll-a maximum of the Neuse River Estuary, North Carolina, United States of America: Nutrient dynamics and trophic interaction at the most productive region of the system. M.S. Thesis, The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Chapel Hill, North Carolina, U.S.A.
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Dold, C. 1999 The cholera lesson. Discover, New York
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Oakley, C.L. 1930 The Chondracanthidae (Crustacea: Copepoda); with a description of five new genera and one new species. Parasitology, Cambridge
Volume: 22:182-201, figs. 1-8. (24-iii-1930)
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Harding, J.P. 1963 The chromosomes of Calanus finmarchicus and C. helgolandicus. Crustaceana (Leiden)
Volume: 6(2):81-88, figs. 1-4, pls. 5-6. (19-ix-1963)
 
Stacey, B.M. 1985 The chronic effect of no. 2 fuel oil on the population dynamics of harpacticoid copepods in experimental marine mesocosms. M.Sc. Thesis, McGill University, Montréal, Québec, Canada.
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Goggin, C.L. & C. Bouland 1997 The ciliate Orchitophrya cf. stellarum and other parasites and commensals of the northern Pacific seastar Asterias amurensis from Japan. International Journal for Parasitology
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Gilbert, J.J. & T. Schröder 2003 The ciliate epibiont Epistylis pygmaeum: selection for zooplankton hosts, reproduction and effect on two rotifers. Freshwater Biology
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Calbet, A. & E. Saiz 2005 The ciliate-copepod link in marine ecosystems. Aquatic Microbial Ecology
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Baker, A. de C. 1954 The circumpolar continuity of Antarctic plankton species. Discovery Reports
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Hamond, R. 1997 The Cirripedia, Branchiura and marine Cladocera of Norfolk. Transactions of the Norfolk and Norwich Naturalists' Society
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Smyly, W.J.P. 1958 The Cladocera and Copepoda (Crustacea) of the tarns of the English Lake District. Journal of Animal Ecology
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Glover, R.S., J.M. Colebrook & G.A. Robinson 1962 The continuous plankton recorder survey: Plankton around the British Isles during 1960. In: Near northern seas. Annales Biologiques, Copenhagen
Volume: 17:85-89, figs. 4-12. (v-1962)
 
Glover, R.S., J.M. Colebrook & G.A. Robinson 1963 The continuous plankton recorder survey: Plankton around the British Isles during 1961. In: Near northern seas. Annales Biologiques, Copenhagen
Volume: 18:69-74, figs. 8-19. (v-1963)
 
Glover, R.S. & G.A. Robinson 1965 The continuous plankton recorder survey: Plankton around the British Isles during 1963. In: Near northern seas. Annales Biologiques, Copenhagen
Volume: 20:93-97, figs. 8-19. (ix-1965)
 
Glover, R.S. & G.A. Robinson 1966 The continuous plankton recorder survey: plankton around the British Isles during 1964. In: Near northern seas. Annales Biologiques, Copenhagen
Volume: 21:56-60, figs. 70-80. (xi-1966)
 
Glover, R.S. & G.A. Robinson 1967 The continuous plankton recorder survey: Plankton around the British Isles during 1965. In: Near northern seas. Annales Biologiques, Copenhagen
Volume: 22:66-71. (ix-1967)
 
Glover, R.S. & G.A. Robinson 1968 The continuous plankton recorder survey: Plankton around the British Isles during 1966. In: Near northern seas. Annales Biologiques, Copenhagen
Volume: 23:86-90, figs. 94-103. (i-1968)
 
Glover, R.S. & G.A. Robinson 1968 The continuous plankton recorder survey: Plankton around the British Isles during 1967. In: Plankton and benthos. Annales Biologiques, Copenhagen
Volume: 24:81-86, figs. 118-128. (ix-1968)
 
Glover, R.S. & G.A. Robinson 1969 The continuous plankton recorder survey: Plankton around the British Isles during 1968. In: Plankton and benthos. Annales Biologiques, Copenhagen
Volume: 25:87-91, figs. 81-88. (xi-1969)
 
Glover, R.S. & G.A. Robinson 1970 The continuous plankton recorder survey: Plankton around the British Isles during 1969. In: Plankton and benthos. Annales Biologiques, Copenhagen
Volume: 26:107-111, figs. 153-162. (xii-1970)
 
Glover, R.S. & G.A. Robinson 1972 The continuous plankton recorder survey: Plankton around the British Isles during 1970. In: Plankton. Annales Biologiques, Copenhagen
Volume: 27:67-71, figs. 100-111. (i-1972)
 
Robinson, G.A. 1974 The Continuous Plankton Recorder Survey: plankton around the British Isles during 1972. In: Part II. Plankton. Annales Biologiques, Copenhagen
Volume: 29:44-49, figs. 57-68. (i-1974)
 
Robinson, G.A. 1976 The Continuous Plankton Recorder Survey: plankton around the British Isles during 1974. In: Part II. Plankton. Annales Biologiques, Copenhagen
Volume: 31:60-64, figs. 69-80. (v-1976)
 
Robinson, G.A. 1977 The Continuous Plankton Recorder Survey: plankton around the British Isles during 1975. In: Part II. Plankton. Annales Biologiques, Copenhagen
Volume: 32:56-60, figs. 54-63. (iv-1977)
 
Robinson, G.A. 1978 The Continuous Plankton Recorder Survey: plankton around the British Isles in 1976. In: Part II. Plankton. Annales Biologiques, Copenhagen
Volume: 33:56-61, figs. 49-60.
 
Robinson, G.A. 1979 The Continuous Plankton Recorder Survey: plankton around the British Isles in 1977. In: Part II. Plankton. Annales Biologiques, Copenhagen
Volume: 34:94-100, figs. 122-123. (iv-1979)
 
Robinson, G.A. & T.D. Budd 1980 The Continuous Plankton Recorder Survey: plankton around the British Isles in 1978. In: Part II. Plankton. Annales Biologiques, Copenhagen
Volume: 35:113-117, figs. 153-164. (v-1980)
 
Robinson, G.A. & T.D. Jonas 1981 The Continuous Plankton Recorder Survey: plankton around the British Isles in 1979. In: Part II. Plankton. Annales Biologiques, Copenhagen
Volume: 36:90-94, figs. 143-154. (ix-1981)
 
Robinson, G.A. & T.D. Jonas 1983 The Continuous Plankton Recorder Survey: Plankton around the British Isles in 1980. In: Part II. Plankton. Annales Biologiques, Copenhagen
Volume: 37:109-113, figs. 138-149. (i-1983)
 
Robinson, G.A. & T.D. Jonas 1984 The Continuous Plankton Recorder Survey: plankton around the British Isles in 1981. In: Part II. Plankton. Annales Biologiques, Copenhagen
Volume: 38:73-77, figs. 98-109. (vi-1984)
 
Robinson, G.A. & H.G. Hunt 1985 The Continuous Plankton Recorder Survey: plankton around the British Isles in 1982. In: Part II. Plankton. Annales Biologiques, Copenhagen
Volume: 39:70-75, figs. 79-88. (v-1985)
 
Robinson, G.A. & H.G. Hunt 1986 The Continuous Plankton Recorder Survey: plankton around the British Isles in 1984. In: Part II. Plankton. Annales Biologiques, Copenhagen
Volume: 41:71-77.
 
Glover, R.S. & G.A. Robinson 1970 The continuous plankton recorder survey: Plankton in the Irminger Sea during 1969. In: Plankton and benthos. Annales Biologiques, Copenhagen
Volume: 26:98-99, fig. 141. (xii-1970)
 
Robinson, G.A. & T.D. Budd 1980 The Continuous Plankton Recorder Survey: plankton in the Irminger Sea in 1978. In: Part II. Plankton. Annales Biologiques, Copenhagen
Volume: 35:108, fig. 146. (v-1980)
 
Glover, R.S. & G.A. Robinson 1965 The continuous plankton recorder survey: Plankton in the Irminger Sea region during 1963. In: Distant northern seas. Annales Biologiques, Copenhagen
Volume: 20:84-85, fig. 1. (ix-1965).
 
Glover, R.S. & G.A. Robinson 1966 The continuous plankton recorder survey: Plankton in the Irminger Sea region during 1964. In: Distant northern seas. Annales Biologiques, Copenhagen
Volume: 21:52-53, fig. 67. (xi-1966)
 
Glover, R.S. & G.A. Robinson 1967 The continuous plankton recorder survey: Plankton in the Irminger Sea region during 1965. In: Distant northern seas. Annales Biologiques, Copenhagen
Volume: 22:59-60, fig. 75. (ix-1967).
 
Glover, R.S. & G.A. Robinson 1968 The continuous plankton recorder survey: Plankton in the Irminger Sea region during 1966. In: Distant northern seas. Annales Biologiques, Copenhagen
Volume: 23:84-85, fig. 93. (i-1968)
 
Glover, R.S. & G.A. Robinson 1968 The continuous plankton recorder survey: Plankton in the Irminger Sea region during 1967. In: Plankton and benthos. Annales Biologiques, Copenhagen
Volume: 24:76-77, fig. 113. (ix-1968)
 
Glover, R.S. & G.A. Robinson 1969 The continuous plankton recorder survey: Plankton in the Irminger Sea region during 1968. In: Plankton and benthos. Annales Biologiques, Copenhagen
Volume: 25:79-80, fig. 72. (xi-1969)
 
Glover, R.S. & G.A. Robinson 1972 The continuous plankton recorder survey: Plankton in the Irminger Sea region during 1970. In: Plankton. Annales Biologiques, Copenhagen
Volume: 27:59-60, fig. 89. (i-1972)
 
Robinson, G.A. 1974 The Continuous Plankton Recorder Survey: plankton in the Irminger Sea region during 1972. In: Part II. Plankton. Annales Biologiques, Copenhagen
Volume: 29:37-38, fig. 45. (i-1974)
 
Robinson, G.A. 1976 The Continuous Plankton Recorder Survey: plankton in the Irminger Sea region during 1974. In: Part II. Plankton. Annales Biologiques, Copenhagen
Volume: 31:51-52, fig. 56. (v-1976)
 
Robinson, G.A. 1977 The Continuous Plankton Recorder Survey: plankton in the Irminger Sea region during 1975. In: Part II. Plankton. Annales Biologiques, Copenhagen
Volume: 32:53-54, fig. 50. (iv-1977)
 
Robinson, G.A. 1978 The Continuous Plankton Recorder Survey: plankton in the Irminger Sea region in 1976. In: Part II. Plankton. Annales Biologiques, Copenhagen
Volume: 33:53
 

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