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Ustaoglu, M.R., S. Balik, C. Aygen & M.D. Ozdemir 2001 The cladoceran and copepod (Crustacea) fauna of Demirköprüu Dam Lake (Manisa). XI. Ulusal Su Ürünleri Sempozyumu, 4-6 Eylül 2001, Hatay, Cilt
Volume: I: 189-197. (In Turkish.)
 
Ustaoglu, M.R., S. Balik, C. Aygen & M.D. Ozdemir 2001 The cladoceran and copepod (Crustacea) fauna of Ikizgol (Bornova-Izmir). Turkish Journal of Zoology
Volume: 25(2):135-138.
 
Ustaoğlu, M.R., S. Balık, C. Aygen & D. Özdemir-Mis 2006 The Cladoceran and Copepods of Akgöl (Selçuk, İzmir). Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences
Volume: 23 (Suppl. 1-1):169-172.
 
Gruner, H.E. 1996 The class Branchiura Thorell 1864. In: Forest, J. (ed.). Traité de zoologie. Anatomie, systematique, biologie. Tome 7: Crustacés. Fascicule 2: Generalités (suite) et systematique. [Zoological treatise. Anatomy, systematics, biology. Volume 7: Crustacea. Part 2: general information (continuation) and systematics.] Masson, Paris, Milan & Barcelona. 1002.pp.
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Griffith, E. & E. Pidgeon 1833 The Classes Annelida, Crustacea and Arachnida, arranged by the Baron Cuvier, with supplementary additions to each order... In: The animal Kingdom arranged in conformity with its organization, by the Baron Cuvier. (vol.12 & 13).
Volume: 12:466 (Penella filosa); 13:374,pl.21,fig.3. (Anthosoma smithii).
 
Kvamme, B.O., P. Frost & F. Nilsen 2004 The cloning and characterisation of full-length trypsins from the salmon louse Lepeophtheirus salmonis. Molecular and Biochemical Parasitology
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Vicente, E. & M.R. Miracle 1992 The coastal lagoon Albufera de Valencia: an ecosystem under stress. In: Montes, C. & C. Duarte (eds.). Limnology in Spain. Limnetica
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Allanson, B.R. 1981 The coastal lakes of southern Africa. In: Day, J.H. (ed.). Estuarine Ecology with Particular Reference to Southern Africa. A.A. Balkema, Rotterdam. 411pp.
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Beeftink, W.G. 1977 The coastal salt marshes of western and northern Europe: an ecological and phytosociological approach. In: Chapman, V.J. (ed.). Ecosystems of the world. I, Wet coastal ecosystems. Amsterdam, Oxford, New York
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Suárez-Morales, E., G. Rodríguez-Almaraz, M.A. Gutiérrez-Aguirre & E. Walsh 2008 The coastal-estuarine copepod, Eurytemora affinis (Poppe) (Calanoida, Temoridae), from arid inland areas of Mexico: an expected occurrence? Crustaceana (Leiden)
Volume: 81(6):679-694.
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Nogueira, M.G., E.A. Panarelli, E.M. Moretto & L.P. Sartori 1999 The coexistence of Thermocyclops decipiens (Kiefer) and T. minutus (Lowndes) (Copepoda Cyclopoida) in a large and oligo-mesotrophic reservoir in Southeast Brazil. In: World Association of Copepodologists: Seventh International Conference on Copepoda, Curitiba, 25-31 July 1999; Program and Abstracts
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Pinto-Coelho, R.M., J.F. Bezerra-Neto, A. Giani, C.F. Macedo, C.C. Figueredo & E.A. Carvalho 2003 The collapse of a Daphnia laevis (Birge, 1878) population in Pampulha reservoir, Brazil. Acta Limnologica Brasiliensia
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O'Neil, J.M. 1998 The colonial cyanobacterium Trichodesmium as a physical and nutritional substrate for the harpacticoid copepod Macrosetella gracilis. Journal of Plankton Research
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Hockin, D.C. & J.C. Ollason 1981 The colonization of artificially isolated volumes of intertidal estuarine sand by harpacticoid copepods. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology
Volume: 53(1):9-29, figs. 1-3, tabs. 1-6. (15-vi-1981)
 
Sander, F. & E.A. Moore 1979 The colonization of Barbados coastal waters by the copepod Oithona oculata. Crustaceana (Leiden)
Volume: 36(3):215-224, figs. 1-4, tab. 1. (23-viii-1979)
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Sander, F. 1979 The colonization of Barbados coastal waters by the copepod Oithona oculata. Proceedings of the Association of Island Marine Laboratories of the Caribbean, Colombia
Volume: 13:10. (Abstract.)
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Hornell, J. 1894 The colour scale in marine animals. Journal of Marine Zoology and Microscopy
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Pu, X.M., S. Sun, B. Yang, P. Ji, Y.S. Zhang & F. Zhang 2004 The combined effects of temperature and food supply on Calanus sinicus in the southern Yellow Sea in summer. Journal of Plankton Research
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Moreira, G.S., J.B. Jillett, W.B. Vernberg & M. Weinrich 1982 The combined effects of temperature and salinity on the survival of Euterpina acutifrons (Dana) (Copepoda, Harpacticoida) from the New Zealand and Brazilian coasts. Journal of Plankton Research
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Begg, G.S. & D.W. Bruno 1999 The common dab as definitive host for the Pennellid copepods Lernaeocera branchialis and Haemobaphes cyclopterina. Journal of Fish Biology
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Cerbin, S. & M. Kokocinski 1998 The communities of plant and animal plankton of KaliszaNskie Duże Lake – the biological state and treats. Badania Fizjograficzne nad Polska Zachodnia, Seria B, Botanika,
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Boonruang, P. 1985 The community structure and distribution of zooplankton at the east coast of Phuket Island, southern Thailand, Andaman Sea. Res. Bull. Phuket mar. biol. Center
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Schoenberg, S.A. 1988 The community structure of microcrustaceans in the Okefenokee Swamp. Holarctic Ecology
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Yehiyan, A.L. 2009 The comparative analysis of the long-term researches into the species composition, abundance and biomass of zooplankton in the Naroch lakes. Vestnik Belorusskogo Gosudarstvennogo Universiteta Seriya 2 Khimiya Biologiya Geografiya
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Boxshall, G.A. 1986 The comparative anatomy of the feeding apparatus of representatives of four orders of copepods. In: Schriever, G., H.K. Schminke & C.-t. Shih (eds.). Proceedings of the Second International Conference on Copepoda, Ottawa, Canada, 13-17 August, 1984. Syllogeus
Volume: 58:158-169, figs. 1-5.
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Boxshall, G.A. 1985 The comparative anatomy of two copepods, a predatory calanoid and a particle-feeding mormonilloid. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London, Series B, Biological Sciences
Volume: 311(1150):303-377, figs. 1-83, including pls. 1-3, tabs. 1-3.
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Junk, W.J., M. Brown, I.C. Campbell, M. Finlayson, B. Gopal, L. Ramberg & B.G. Warner 2006 The comparative biodiversity of seven globally important wetlands: a synthesis. Aquatic Sciences - Research Across Boundaries
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Dvoretsky, V.G. & N.A. Pakhomova 2006 The comparative characteristic of Oithona similis (Claus) populations in waters of the Pechora Sea and Eastern Murman near-shore area. Vestnik MSTU / Proceedings of the MSTU
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Barnett, P.R.O. 1966 The comparative development of two species of Platychelipus Brady (Harpacticoida). In: Barnes, H. (ed.). Some contemporary studies in marine science. Allen & Unwin Ltd., New York
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Carrasco, N.K. & R. Perissinotto 2011 The comparative diet of the dominant zooplankton species in the St Lucia Estuary, South Africa. Journal of Plankton Research
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Harvey, H.R, S.C.M. O'Hara, G. Eglinton & E.D.S. Corner 1989 The comparative fate of dinosterol and cholesterol in copepod feeding: implications for a conservative molecular biomarker in the marine water column. Organic Geochemistry
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Jolly, V.H. & M.A. Chapman 1977 The comparative limnology of some New Zealand lakes. 2. Plankton. New Zealand Journal of Marine and Freshwater Research
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Leigh-Sharpe, W.H. 1924 The comparative morphology of the secondary sexual characters of elasmobranch fishes. The claspers, clasper siphons, and clasper glands. Journal of Morphology and Physiology
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Cho, K.S., S.U. Hong & K.H. Ra 1975 The comparative study of limnological conditions and plankton fauna of brackish water in the east coast of Korea. Korean Journal of Limnology
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Voronina, N.M. 1994 The comparison of abundance of different groups of suspension-feeding plankton in the trophic web of the Antarctic pelagic community (the Pacific sector). Russian Journal of Aquatic Ecology
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Hsieh, H.Y. 2002 The comparison of larval fish assemblages in Tapeng Bay and Kaoping coastal waters. M.Sc. Thesis, National Sun Yat-sen University, Kaohsiung, Taiwan, R.O.C.
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Korovchinsky, N.M. 1998 The comparison of modern trends in taxonomy of Cladocera and Copepoda of continental waters. In: Proceedings and Abstracts of the 4th International Crustacean Congress, Amsterdam, 20-24 July 1998
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Cremer, G. 1968 The comparison of standing crop and metabolism of the zooplankton of three water supply reservoirs in the Lower Thames Valley. Journal of Applied Ecology
Volume: 5:29p-30p. (xii-1968) (Abstract.)
 
Kikuchi, Y. 1981 The comparison of two species of Moraria, the terrestrial harpacticoid copepods, from Japan by scanning electron microscope. In: Vaupel Klein, J.C. von (ed.). First International Conference on Copepoda, Amsterdam, 24-28 August 1981. Collected Abstracts.
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Denegri, G.M. & I.L. Reisin 1993 The complete biological cycle of Diphyllobothrium erinaceieuropei (Cestoda, Pseudophyllidea) under experimental conditions. Helminthologia, Bratislava
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Lim, J.T. & U.W. Hwang 2006 The complete mitochondrial genome of Pollicipes mitella (Crustacea, Maxillopoda, Cirripedia): Non-monophylies of Maxillopoda and Crustacea. Molecules and Cells
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Ki, J.S., H.G. Park & J.S. Lee 2009 The complete mitochondrial genome of the cyclopoid copepod Paracyclopina nana: A highly divergent genome with novel gene order and atypical gene numbers. Gene
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Jung, S.O., Y.M. Lee, T.J. Park, H.G. Park, K.M.Y. Leung, H.U. Dahms, W. Lee & J.S. Lee 2006 The complete mitochondrial genome of the intertidal copepod Tigriopus sp. (Copepoda, Harpactidae) from Korea and phylogenetic considerations. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology
Volume: 333(2):251-262.
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Devi, C.R. & Y.R. Reddy 1989 The complete postembryonic development of Allodiaptomus raoi Kiefer, 1936 (Copepoda, Calanoida) reared in the laboratory. Crustaceana (Leiden)
Volume: 56(3):246-266. (French summary)
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Reddy, Y.R. & C. Rama Devi 1989 The complete postembryonic development of Heliodiaptomus contortus (Gurney, 1907) (Copepoda, Calanoida) reared in the laboratory. Crustaceana (Leiden)
Volume: 57(2):113-133, figs. 1-65. (ix.1989)
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Reddy, Y.R. & C. Rama Devi 1985 The complete postembryonic development of Megadiaptomus hebes Kiefer, 1936 (Copepoda, Calanoida) reared in the laboratory. Crustaceana (Leiden)
Volume: 48(1):40-63, figs. 1-100. (21-ii-1985, French summary.)
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Devi, C.R. & Y.R. Reddy 1989 The complete postembryonic development of Paradiaptomus greeni (Gurney, 1906) (Copepoda, Calanoida) reared in the laboratory. Crustaceana (Leiden)
Volume: 56(2):141-161, figs. 1-60. (iii.1989)
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Devi, C.R. & Y.R. Reddy 1990 The complete postembryonic development of Tropodiaptomus informis Kiefer, 1936 (Copepoda: Calanoida) reared in the laboratory. Journal of Plankton Research
Volume: 12(1):55-75.
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Doall, M.H. 1995 The components of predation between Euchaeta rimana, a predatory calanoid copepod, and smaller copepod species. M.S. Thesis, State University of New York, Stony Brook, New York, U.S.A.
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Nicholls, G.E. 1933 The Composition and Biogeographical Relations of the Fauna of Western Australia. Reports of the Australian and New Zealand Association for the Advancement of Science
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Zhang, H., H.X. Yu, C.X. Ma & T.B. Huo 2013 The composition and community structure of zooplankton of Nenjiang River downstream in spring and autumn. Journal of Northeast Forestry University
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Shmeleva, A.A. & A.V. Kovalev 1984 The composition and distribution of Copepoda in the Black Sea from Bosporus to the Danube mouth. In: World Association of Copepodologists: Fourth International Conference on Copepoda, Karuizawa, Japan, 16-20 September 1990. Program and Abstracts:
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Snider, L.J., B.R. Burnett & R.R. Hessler 1984 The composition and distribution of meiofauna and nanobiota in a central North Pacific deep-sea area. Deep-Sea Research
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Apostolov, A. 1983 The composition and distribution of mesopsammal species of suborder Harpacticoida (Copepoda, Crustacea) along the Bulgarian Black Sea coast. S'stav i razprostranenie na mezopsamalnite vidove ot podrazred Harpacticoida (Copepoda, Crustacea) v akvatoriyata na B'lgarskoto Chernomorsko krabrezhie. Acta Zoologica Bulgarica
Volume: 23:43-53, fig. 1, tabs. 1-2. (16-xi-1983, Bulgarian with Russian and English summaries).
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Chattopadhyay, C. & A. Barik 2009 The composition and diversity of net zooplankton species in a tropical freshwater lake. International Journal of Lakes and Rivers
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Kannupandi, T. 1977 The composition and nature of cuticular proteins in parasitic copepods. Acta Histochemica, Tamil Nadu, India
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Üstün, F. 2005 The composition and seasonal distribution zooplankton in the region of Sinop Cape of the Black Sea, Turkey. M.S. Thesis, Ondokuz Mayis Üniversitesi Fen Bilimleri Enstitüsü, Samsun, Turkey.
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Morton, B. & N.W. Lee 2012 The composition and spatial distribution of scavenging hyperbenthos in the Cape d'Aguilar Marine Reserve, Hong Kong. Journal of the Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom
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Brandorff, G.O., W. Koste & N.N. Smirnov 1982 The composition and structure of rotiferan and crustacean communities of the lower Rio Nhamundá, Amazonas, Brazil. Studies on Neotropical Fauna and Environment
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Ruzica, R. 1989 The composition and the dynamics in population of the dominant Crustacea species in Mrtva Tisa. Tiscia, Szeged
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Brock, M.A. & R.J. Shiel 1983 The composition of aquatic communities in saline wetlands in western Australia. Hydrobiologia, The Hague
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Pospisil, P. 1999 The composition of cyclopoid assembbalges in ecologically different groundwater habitats of a Danube riverine wetland in Austria. Crustaceana (Leiden)
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Pospisil, P. 1998 The composition of cyclopoid assemblages in ecologically different groundwater habitats of a Danube riverine wetland in Austria. In: Proceedings and Abstracts of the 4th International Crustacean Congress, Amsterdam, 20-24 July 1998
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Sysoev, A.V. 1983 The composition of intermediate hosts of Proteocephalus torulosus (Batsch) (Cestoda: Proteocephalidae) and the dynamics of invasion of Copepoda with this parasite under conditions in Karelia. Helminthologia, Bratislava
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Regner, D., M. Specchi & S. Fonda-Umani 1985 The composition of net zooplankton of the Adriatic Sea. Rapports et Procès-Verbaux des Réunions de la Commission Internationale pour l'Exploration Scientifique de la Mer Mediterranée, Monaco
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Drill, S. & R.E. Schmidt 1988 The composition of the summer zooplankton community in Tivoli Bays, Hudson River, New York. In: Waldman, J.R. & E.A. Blair (eds.). Polgar Fellowship Reports of the Hudson River National Estuarine Research Reserve Program, 1987. Hudson River Foundation, New York, New York.
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Albers, C.S., G. Kattner & W. Hagen 1996 The composition of wax esters, triacylglycerols and phospholipids in Arctic and Antarctic copepods: Evidence of energetic adaptations. Marine Chemistry
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Siegel, V. & U. Harm 1996 The composition, abundance, biomass and diversity of the epipelagic zooplankton communities of the southern Bellingshausen Sea (Antarctic) with special reference to krill and salps. Archive of Fishery and Marine Research
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Hakkari, L. 1970 The composition, amount and production of the zooplankton in Tehinselkä (Lake Päijänne, Central Finland) in May-November 1969. Jyväskylan hydrobiol. tutkimuslait. tiedonantoja
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Kimaro, M.M. 1986 The composition, distribution and abundance of near- surface zooplankton in Tudor Creek, Mombasa, Kenya. M.Sc. Thesis, University of Nairobi, Nairobi, Kenya.
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Basu, A., D. Mondal, D. Roy, S. Choudhury, S. Datta & S. Roy 2013 The composition, diversity and population dynamics of zooplankton in river Ichamati, West-Bengal (India). International Journal of Advanced Life Sciences
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Egborge, A.B.M. 1981 The composition, seasonal variation and distribution of zooplankton in Lake Asejire, Nigeria. Revue de Zoologie Africaine
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Parker, G.H. 1891 The compound eyes in crustaceans. Bulletin of the Museum of Comparative Zoology, Harvard University
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Khemakhem, H., J. Elloumi, M. Moussa, L. Aleya & H. Ayadi 2010 The concept of ecological succession applied to phytoplankton over four consecutive years in five ponds featuring a salinity gradient. Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science
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Dupont, F. & C. Gabrion 1987 The concept of specificity in the procercoid-copepod system: Bothriocephalus claviceps (Cestoda) a parasite of the eel Anguilla anguilla. Parasitology Research
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Plekhanova, N.V. 1990 The condition of blue whiting feeding in the Norwegian Sea in the spring summer period 1980-1987. In: Monstad, T. (ed.). Biology and fisheries of the Norwegian spring spawning herring and blue whiting in the northeast Atlantic. Proceedings of the fourth Soviet-Norwegian Symposium. Bergen, 12-16 June 1989. 358pp.Institute of Marine Research, Bergen, Norway.
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Raimova, E.K. 1986 The condition of the zooplankton of Iriklinsk Reservoir. In: Bayanov, M.B., V.G. Boev & M.I. Yarushina (eds.). Vodnye ekosistemy Urals, ikh okhrana i ratsionalnoe ispolzovanie. [The aquatic ecosystems of the Urals, their preservation and rational utilization], Acad. Sci. USSR, Urals Science Centre, Sverdlovk:1-176. (Russian).
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Merriman, D. & L. M. Thorpe, (Eds.) 1976 The Connecticut River Ecological Study: The Impact of a Nuclear Power Plant. In: Juberthie, C. & V. Decu (eds.). Encyclopaedia Biospeologica. Tôme 3. Société de Biospéléologie, Moulis & Bucharest, 907 pp.
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Weslawski, J.M. & S. Kwasniewski 1989 The consequences of climatic fluctuations for the food web in Svalbard coastal waters. In: Barnes, M. & R.N. Gibson (eds.). Proceedings of the 24th European Marine Bological Symposium, Oban. Aberdeen University Press, Aberdeen
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Folt, C.L., W.G. Crumpton & C.R. Goldman 1988 The consequences of food resource partitioning on a size-structured zooplankton population. Verhandlungen der Internationale Vereinigung für Theoretische und Angewandte Limnologie
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Souissi, S. & S. Ban 2001 The consequences of individual variability in moulting probability and the aggregation of stages for modelling copepod population dynamics. Journal of Plankton Research
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Christen, M. & M. Milinski 2003 The consequences of self-fertilization and outcrossing of the cestode Schistocephalus solidus in its second intermediate host. Parasitology
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Grishanin, A.K., T.V. Boikova, T.L. Marshak, N.G. Mel'nik, E.Yu. Naumova, M.V. Zagoskin, A.P. Akif'ev & I.F. Zhimulev 2006 The conservatism of the genome structure of Cyclops kolensis (Copepoda, Crustacea) populations inhabiting Moscow ponds and Lake Baikal. Doklady Biochemistry and Biophysics
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Fast, M.D., J.F. Burka, S.C. Johnson & N.W. Ross 2002 The constituents released from sea lice (Lepeophtheirus salmonis) in the presence of salmonid mucus. Aquaculture Association of Canada Special Publication
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Sherman, K., M. Grosslein, D. Mountain, D. Busch, J. O'Reilly & R. Theroux 1988 The continental shelf ecosystem off the northeast coast of the United States. In: Postma, H. & J.J. Zijlstra (eds.). Continental Shelves. Ecosystems of the World, Vol. 27. Elsevier Press, New York and Amsterdam
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Boero, F., G. Belmonte, G. Fanelli, S. Piraino & F. Rubino 1996 The continuity of living matter and the discontinuities of its constituents: do plankton and benthos really exist? Trends in Ecology and Evolution
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Hunt, B.P.V. & G.W. Hosie 2003 The Continuous Plankton Recorder in the Southern Ocean: a comparative analysis of zooplankton communities sampled by the CPR and vertical net hauls along 140 E. Journal of Plankton Research
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Jossi, J.W. & D.E. Smith 1986 The Continuous Plankton Recorder Survey: Massachusetts to Cape Sable, N.S. and New York to the Gulf Stream, 1984. Annales Biologiques, Copenhagen
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Rae, K.M. 1956 The Continuous Plankton Recorder Survey: Plankton around the British Isles during 1954. In: Near Northern Seas. Annales Biologiques, Copenhagen
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Rae, K.M. 1957 The Continuous Plankton Recorder Survey: Plankton around the British Isles during 1955. Annales Biologiques, Copenhagen
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Glover, R.S. & B.I. Barnes 1959 The continuous plankton recorder survey: Plankton around the British Isles during 1957. In: Near northern seas. Annales Biologiques, Copenhagen
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Glover, R.S. & B.I. Barnes 1960 The continuous plankton recorder survey: Plankton around the British Isles during 1958. In: Near northern seas. Annales Biologiques, Copenhagen
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Glover, R.S. & B.I. Barnes 1961 The continuous plankton recorder survey: Plankton around the British Isles during 1959. In: Near northern seas. Annales Biologiques, Copenhagen
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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
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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
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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
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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
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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
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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
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