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Comita, G.W. 1964 The energy budget of Diaptomus siciloides, Lilljeborg. Verhandlungen der Internationale Vereinigung für Theoretische und Angewandte Limnologie
Volume: 15:646-653, figs. 1-3, tab. 1. (ii-1964)
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Needham, J. 1933 The energy sources in ontogenesis VII. The respiratory quotient of developing crustacean embryos. Journal of Experimental Biology
Volume: 10:79-87, figs. 1-3, tabs. 1-3.
 
Zinevici, V., D. Ionică, L. Parpală & N. Nicolescu 2004 The energy transfer pathways of plankton communities in Danube Delta lacustrian ecosystems. Proceedings of the Institute of Biology, Bucharest
Volume: 6:167-176.
 
Chapman, M.A., J.D. Green & T.G. Northcote 1991 The enigma of Diaptomus connexus (Copepoda) in Mahoney Lake: one or two populations? Verhandlungen der Internationale Vereinigung für Theoretische und Angewandte Limnologie
Volume: 24:2820. (Abstract)
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Scourfield, D.J. 1897 The Entomostraca of Epping Forest, with general remarks on the group. Parts I-IV. Essex Naturalist, London
Volume: 10:193-210, 259-274, 313-334. (1897-98)
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Pratt, E.M. 1898 The Entomostraca of Lake Bassenthwaite. With an introductory note by Sidney J. Hickson, M.A., F.R.S., Beyer Professor of Zoology in the Owens College, Manchester. Annals and Magazine of Natural History
Volume: (7)2(12):467-476, fig. 1.
 
Smyly, W.J.P. 1956 The Entomostraca of moorland ponds near Windermere. Proceedings of the Linnean Society of London
Volume: 166(1-2):7. (ii-1956)
 
Moore, J.E. 1952 The Entomostraca of southern Saskatchewan. Canadian Journal of Zoology
Volume: 30:410-450, fig. 1, tabs. 1-12. (xii-1952)
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Scott, T. 1912 The Entomostraca of the Scottish National Antarctic Expedition, 1902-1904. Transactions of the Royal Society of Edinburgh
Volume: 48:521-599, figs. 1-4, pls. 1-14. (15-xi-1912)
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Smyly, W.J.P. 1952 The Entomostraca of the weeds of a moorland pond. Journal of Animal Ecology
Volume: 21(1):1-11, figs. 1-3. (v-1952)
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Scourfield, D.J. 1893 The Entomostraca of Wanstead Park. Journal of the Quekett Microscopical Club
Volume: (2)5:161-178. (vii-1893)
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Josefsson, M. & B. Andersson 2001 The environmental consequences of alien species in the Swedish lakes Malaren, Hjalmaren, Vanern and Vattern. Ambio
Volume: 30 (8): 514-521.
 
Delia, E., E. Sallaku & J. Koliari 2010 The environmental impact of the dredging in Port and Durres City. BALWOIS 2010, Ohrid, Republic of Macedonia, 25-29 May 2010.
Volume: 4 pp. http://www.balwois.com/balwois/administration/full_paper/ffp-1648.pdf
 
Tinson, S.V. 1986 The environmental metabolic function of benthic copepods from Esthwaite Water, Cumbria. Doctoral Dissertation, University of Lancester
Volume: 251pp.
 
Lester, R.J.G. & B.A. Daniels 1976 The eosinophilic cell of the white sucker, Catostomus commersoni. Journal of the Fisheries Research Board of Canada
Volume: 33(1):139-144, figs. 1-20 (of which 5-20 in colour). (i-1976)
 
Fosshagen, A., G.A. Boxshall & T.M. Iliffe 2001 The Epacteriscidae, a cave-living family of calanoid copepods. Sarsia, Bergen
Volume: 86:245-318. (30.xi.2001)
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Preston, C.D., J.H. Bratton & D.E. Coombe 1989 The ephemeral pools of south Cambridgeshire. Nature in Cambridgeshire
Volume: 31:2-11.
 
Taylor, N.G.H. 2004 The epidemiology and population ecology of Argulus spp. infections in UK stillwater trout fisheries. Ph.D. Thesis, Institute of Aquaculture, University of Stirling, Scotland, U.K.
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Taylor, N.G.H., C. Sommerville & R. Wootten 2006 The epidemiology of Argulus spp. (Crustacea: Branchiura) infections in stillwater trout fisheries. Journal of Fish Diseases
Volume: 29(4):193-200.
 
Revie, C.W., G. Gettinby, J.W. Treasurer & G.H. Rae 2002 The epidemiology of the sea lice, Caligus elongatus Nordmann, in marine aquaculture of Atlantic salmon, Salmo salar L., in Scotland. Journal of Fish Diseases
Volume: 25 (7): 391-399.
 
Thorbjorn, L. & G.H. Petersen 2003 The epifauna on the carbonate reefs in the Arctic Ikka Fjord, SW Greenland. Ophelia
Volume: 57(3): 177-202.
 
Brancelj, A. 2006 The epikarst habitat in Slovenia and description of a new species. Journal of Natural History
Volume: 40(7-8):403-413.
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John, J. 1991 The epizoic diatom Falcula hyalina Takano on a pelagic copepod from the Swan River Estuary, Western Australia. Journal of the Royal Society of Western Australia
Volume: 3(3):73-75.
 
Hobbs, H.H., Jr. 1953 The epizootic associates of the crayfishes of the New River system with particular reference to the ostracods. Journal of the Tennessee Academy of Science
Volume: 28(3):180-181. (Abstract.)
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Avdeeva,E.V. & E.B. Evdokimova 1992 The epizootic situation in reservoirs of the River Daugava. Sbornik Nauchnykh Trudov VNIRO (Vsesoyuznyi Nauchno-issledovatel'skii Institut Prudovogo Rybnogo Khozyaistva) (Vniiprkh)
Volume: 66:117-120.
 
Lahav, M., S. Sarig & M. Shilo 1964 The eradication of Lernaea in storage ponds of carps through destruction of the copepodidal stage by Dipterex. Bamidgeh, Bulletin for Fish Culture in Israel
Volume: 16(3):87-94, fig. 1, tabs. 1-4. (ix-1964)
 
Alston, S. & J.W. Lewis 1994 The ergasilid parasites (Copepoda: Poecilostomatoida) of British freshwater fish. In: Pike, A.W. & J.W. Lewis (eds.). Parasitic Diseases of Fish. Samara Publishing Limited, Tresaith, Wales. 251pp.
Volume: :171-188.
 
Fields, D.M. & J. Yen 1997 The escape behavior of marine copepods in response to a quantifiable fluid mechanical disturbance. Journal of Plankton Research
Volume: 19(9):1289-1304.
 
Fields, D.M. & J. Yen 1996 The escape behavior of Pleuromamma xiphias from a quantifiable fluid mechanical disturbance. In: Lenz, P.H., D.K. Hartline, J.E. Purcell & D.L. Macmillan (eds.). Zooplankton: Sensory Ecology and Physiology. Vol. 1. Gordan and Breach Publishers, Amsterdam
Volume: :323-340.
 
Fields, D.M. & J. Yen 1994 The escape of Pleuromamma xiphias in response to a quantifiable fluid dynamic disturbance. EOS, Transactions of the American Geophysical Union
Volume: 75:184. [Abstract.]
 
Timofeev, S.F. 1987 The essay of using the data of infestation by parasitic protozoan life-cycle data for populational study of planktonic crustaceans. In: Polyansky, Yu.I. (ed.). Zhiznennye tsikly parazitov v biotsenozakh severnykh morei. [The life cycles of parasites in biocenoses of northern seas.] Kolskii filial Akademii nauk SSSR, Apatity. 97pp.
Volume: :70-73, 97. (Russian summary separately paginated, p. 97)
 
Giguere, L.A. 1986 The estimation of crop evacuation rates in Chaoborus larvae (Diptera: Chaoboridae) using natural prey. Freshwater Biology
Volume: 16(4):557-560.
 
Klyashtorin, L.B. 1978 The estimation of energy losses for active swimming and vertical migrations of planktonic crustaceans. Otsenka energeticheskikh trat na aktivnoe plavanie i vertikal'nye migratsii u planktonnykh rakoobraznykh. Okeanologiya [Transl. by Fisheries & Marine Service, Transl. Series #4358, Canada] we have translated version.
Volume: 18(1):143-148. (2-ii-1978, Russian with English summary.)
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Goodman, K.S. 1980 The estimation of individual dry weight and standing crop of harpacticoid copepods. Hydrobiologia
Volume: 72(3):253-259, figs. 1-2, tabs. 1-2. (20-vii-1980)
 
Kurashov, E.A. 1989 The estimation of the present state and the role of the meiobenthos in benthic communities of the Ladoga Lake. Ph.D. Dissertation, Zoological Institute, Leningrad
Volume: 24 pp. (In Russian.)
 
Shushkina, E.A. 1966 The estimation of zooplankton production in different lakes. Verhandlungen der Internationale Vereinigung für Theoretische und Angewandte Limnologie
Volume: 16:419-424, figs. 1-5, tab. 1. (xii-1966)
 
Shen, C.J. & F.S. Lee 1963 The estuarine Copepoda of Chiekong and Zaikong Rivers, Kwantung Province, China. Acta Zoologica Sinica
Volume: 15(4):571-596. (xii-1996, Chinese with English summary).
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McLusky, D.S. & M. Elliot 2004 The Estuarine Ecosystem: Ecology, Threats and Management. Third Edition. Oxford University Press, Oxford
Volume: 214 pp. ISBN 0-19-853091-9
 
Gutiérrez-Aguirre, M.A. & E. Suárez-Morales 2000 The Eurasian Thermocyclops crassus (Fischer, 1853) (Copepoda, Cyclopoida) found in southeastern Mexico. Crustaceana (Leiden)
Volume: 73(6):705-713. (vii.2000)
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Hepper, B.T. 1956 The European flat oyster, Ostrea edulis L. as a host for Mytilicola intestinalis Steuer. Journal of Animal Ecology
Volume: 25:144-147.
 
Wilson, M.S. & J.C. Tash 1966 The euryhaline copepod genus Eurytemora in fresh and brackish waters of the Cape Thompson region, Chukchi Sea, Alaska. Proceedings of the United States National Museum
Volume: 118(3534):553-576, figs. 1-3, tabs. 1-2. (30-xii-1966)
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Beeton, A.M. & W.T. Edmondson 1972 The eutrophication problem. Journal of the Fisheries Research Board of Canada
Volume: 29(6):673-682, figs. 1-6, tab. 1. (vi-1972)
 
Anderson, B.G., T.F. Andrews, D.C. Chandler & W.J. Jahoda 1948 The evaluation of aquatic invertebrates as assay organisms for the determination of the toxicity of industrial wastes. American Petroleum Institute Project Final Report, The Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio, U.S.A.
Volume: No. 51
 
Rivière, F., Y. Séchan & B.H. Kay 1986 The evaluation of predators for mosquito control in French Polynesia. Arbovirus Research in Australia
Volume: :150-154.
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Kramer, Andrew M., B. Dennis, A.M. Liebhold & J.M. Drake 2009 The evidence for Allee effects. Population Ecology special issue: Mate-Location Failure, Allee Effects and the Establishment of Invading Populations.
Volume: 51:341-354.
 
Heckman, C.W. 2005 The evolution from marsh to rice field. In: Fernando, C.H., F. Goltenboth & J. Margraf (eds.). Aquatic Ecology of Rice Fields. Volumes Publishing, Kitchener, Ontario. 472 pp. ISBN 0-9737503-0-8.
Volume: :1-70
 
Hamm, C.E. 2005 The evolution of advanced mechanical defenses and potential technological applications of diatom shells. Journal of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology
Volume: 5(1):108-119.
 
Boxshall, G.A. 2004 The evolution of arthropod limbs. Biological Reviews
Volume: 79(2):253-300.
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Boxshall, G.A. 1999 The evolution of dwarf males in parasitic copepods. In: World Association of Copepodologists: Seventh International Conference on Copepoda, Curitiba, 25-31 July 1999; Program and Abstracts
Volume: :67. (Abstract; 25.vii.1999)
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Kabata, Z. 1982 The evolution of host-parasite systems between fishes and copepods. In: Mettrick, D.F. & S.S. Dessier (eds.). Parasites - their world and ours. Elsevier Biomedical Press, Amsterdam
Volume: :203-212.
 
Lee, S.C., M. Ni, W.J. Li, C. Shertz & J. Heitman 2010 The evolution of sex: a perspective from the fungal kingdom. Microbiology and Molecular Biology Reviews
Volume: 74(2):298-340.
 
Boxshall, G.A. & T.D. Evstigneeva 1994 The evolution of species flocks of copepods in Lake Baikal: a preliminary analysis. In: Martens, K., B. Goddeeris & G. Coulter (eds.). Speciation in Ancient Lakes. Archiv für Hydrobiologie, Beihefte Ergebnisse der Limnologie
Volume: 44:235-245. (xii-1994)
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Adamowicz, S.J., S. Menu-Marque, S.A. Halse, J.C. Topan, T.S. Zemlak, P.D.N. Hebert & J.D.S. Witt 2010 The evolutionary diversification of the Centropagidae (Crustacea, Calanoida): a history of habitat shifts. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution
Volume: 55(2):418-430.
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Harding, J.P. 1963 The evolutionary history of a copepod now parasitic in a mollusc. Proceedings of the XVI. International Congress of Zoology
Volume: 1:147. (Abstract.)
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Vitkova, M., J. Kral, W. Traut, J. Zrzavy & F. Marec 2005 The evolutionary origin of insect telomeric repeats, (TTAGG)n. Chromosome Research
Volume: 13(2): 145-156.
 
Cui, F.Y., T. Lin & F. Ma 2002 The excess propagation and research on ecological control of the water flea of zooplankton in raw water. Journal of the Harbin Institute of Technology
Volume: 34(3):399-403. [In Chinese.]
 
Koenings, J.P., R.D. Burkett & J.M. Edmundson 1990 The exclusion of limnetic Cladocera from turbid glacier-meltwater lakes. Ecology
Volume: 71(1):57-67.
 
Grice, G.D. 1973 The existence of a bottom-living calanoid copepod fauna in deep water with descriptions of five new species. Crustaceana (Leiden)
Volume: 23(3):219-242, figs. 1-149, pl. 1. (For xi-1972; published 1973.)
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Hobbs, H.H., Jr. & A. Villalobos 1958 The exoskeleton of a freshwater crab as a microhabitat for several invertebrates. Virginia Journal of Science
Volume: 9(4):395-396. (ix-1958; abstract.)
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Fahrbach, E. & D. Gerdes 1997 The Expedition ANTARKTIS XIII/4-5 of the Research Vessel 'Polarstern' in 1996. Berichte zur Polarforschung, Bremerhaven
Volume: 239:1-126.
 
Kattner, G. 1998 The Expedition ANTARKTIS XIV/2 of RV 'Polarstern' in 1996/97: Cruise leg ANT XIV/2 (Punta Quilla - Punta Arenas) November 12, 1996 to January 1, 1997). Berichte zur Polarforschung, Bremerhaven
Volume: 274:1-87.
 
Martynova, D.M., J. Michels, B. Wend & R. Alheit 2008 The expedition ANTARKTIS-XXIII/6 of the research vessel "Polarstern" in 2006 / ed. by Ulrich Bathmann with contributions of the participants. 10. Zooplankton investigations/ Copepods (Calanoidae and Cyclopoidae). Berichte zur Polar- und Meeresforschung / Reports on Polar and Marine Research
Volume: 580:57-65.
 
Smetacek, V. & S.W.A. Naqvi (eds.). 2010 The Expedition of the Research Vessel "Polarstern" to the Antarctic in 2009 (ANT-XXV/3 - LOHAFEX). Berichte zur Polar- und Meeresforschung / Reports on Polar and Marine Research
Volume: 613. 114 pp. http://epic.awi.de/Publications/Sme2010a.pdf
 
Bathmann, U.V., M. Schulz-Baldes, E. Fahrbach , V. Smetacek & W.H. Hubberten 1992 The Expeditions ANTARKTIS IX/1-4 of the Research Vessel Polarstern in 1990/91. (eds.) Berichte zur Polarforschung, Bremerhaven
Volume: 100:1-403.
 
Cheng, G.H., Z.H. Wu & Y.G. Lin 2008 The experimental development of Ophiotaenia monnigi Fuhrmann, 1924 in Cyclops leuckarti. Parasitology Research
Volume: 102(4):791-794.
 
Shariff, M. & R.J. Roberts 1989 The experimental histopathology of Lernaea polymorpha Yu, 1938 infection in naive Aristichthys nobilis (Richardson) an a comparison with the lesion in naturally infected clinically resistant fish. Journal of Fish Diseases, Oxford, U.K.
Volume: 12(5):405-414.
 
Flik, B.J.G., D.K. Aanen & J. Ringelberg 1997 The extent of predation by juvenile perch during diel vertical migration of Daphnia. Archiv für Hydrobiologie, Special Issues on Advances in Limnology
Volume: 49:51-58. (v-1997)
 
Sewell, R. B. S. 1940. 1940 The extent to which the distribution of marine organisms can be explained by and is dependent on the hydrographic conditions present in the great oceans, with special reference to the plankton. Proceedings of the Linnean Society of London
Volume: 152(3):256-286. 21-viii-1940.
 
Causey, D.L. 1955 The external morphology of Blias prionoti Kroyer, a copepod parasite of the sea robins (Prionotus). Publications of the Institute of Marine Science, University of Texas
Volume: 4(1):5-12, figs. 1-7. (ix-1955)
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Rosenfield, D.C. 1967 The external morphology of the developmental stages of some diosaccid harpacticoid copepods (Crustacea) from Massachusetts Bay. Dissertation Abstracts B
Volume: 28(5):2194.
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Rosenfield, D.C. 1967 The external morphology of the developmental stages of some diosaccid harpacticoid copepods (Crustacea) from Massachusetts Bay. University Microfilm Inc., Ann Arbor, Michigan
Volume: 306pp.
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Hoglund, J. & J. Thulin 1988 The external morphology of the parasitic copepod Holobomolochus confusus (Stock). Zoologica Scripta
Volume: 17(4):371-379, figs. 1-24, tab. 1.
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Brancelj, A. 1999 The extinction of Arctodiaptomus alpinus (Copepoda) following the introduction of charr into a small alpine lake Dvojno Jezero (NW Slovenia). Aquatic Ecology
Volume: 33(4):355-361. (xii.1999)
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Jenkins, P.G., T.H. Grayson, J.V. Hone, A.B. Wrathmell, M.L. Gilpin, J.E. Harris & C.B. Munn 1993 The extraction and analysis of potential candidate vaccine antigens f rom the salmon louse Lepeophtheirus salmonis (Kroyer, 1837). In: Boxshall, G.A. & D. Defaye (eds.). Pathogens of Wild and Farmed Fish. Sea Lice. Ellis Horwood, New York
Volume: :311-322.
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Wolken, J.J. 1967 The eye of the crustacean, Copilia. Journal of General Physiology
Volume: 50:2481. (Abstract.)
 
Wolken, J.J. & R.G. Florida 1969 The eye structure and optical system of the crustacean copepod, Copilia. Journal of Cell Biology
Volume: 40(1):279-285, figs. 1-4. (i-1969)
 
Clark, M.E. 1971 The factors affecting the distribution of the copepod fauna of supra-littoral rockpools. In: III. Symposium européen de Biologie marine, I. Biologie des sédiments meubles. Vie et Milieu, Supplément
Volume: 22(1):347-355, figs. 1-2, tab. 1. (vi-1971)
 
Avdeev, G.V. 2001 The factors causing the invasion of Alaska kollock in the Okhotsk Sea by the parasitic copepod Haemobaphes diceraus. Izvestiya Tinro
Volume: 128:278-286.
 
Rawson, D.S. 1945 The failure of rainbow trout and initial success with the introduction of lake trout in Clear Lake, Riding Mountain Park, Manitoba. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society
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Ostergaard, P. 2004 The family Chondracanthidae (Crustacea, Copepoda): anatomy, morphology and phylogeny. Ph.D. Thesis, Imperial College London (University of London), London, U.K.
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Wilson, M.S. & P.L. Illg 1955 The family Clausiidae (Copepoda, Cyclopoida). Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington
Volume: 68:129-142. (31-x-1955)
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Marcus, A. 1977 The family Tegastidae Sars (Copepoda, Harpacticoida) from the Indian Ocean. Travaux du Museum National d'Histoire Naturelle Grigore Antipa
Volume: 18:73-87, figs. 1-16.
 
Sarthou, G., D. Vincent, U. Christaki, I. Obernosterer, K.R. Timmermans & C.P.D. Brussaard 2007 The fate of biogenic iron during a phytoplankton bloom induced by natural fertilization: impact of copepod grazing. Geophysical Research Abstracts
Volume: 9:06730. [Abstract.]
 
Sarthou, G., D. Vincent, U. Christaki, I. Obernosterer, K.R. Timmermans & C.P.D. Brussaard 2008 The fate of biogenic iron during a phytoplankton bloom induced by natural fertilization: impact of copepod grazing. Deep Sea Research Part II: Topical Studies in Oceanography
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Blanco, J.M., F. Guerrero & V. Rodriguez 1995 The fate of comparisons of models in temperature-dependent growth of copepods: a reply to the comment by McLaren. Journal of Plankton Research
Volume: 17(6):1391-1394.
 
Mitsuka, P.m. & R. Henry 2002 The fate of copepod populations in the Paranapanema River (Sao Paulo, Brazil), downstream from the Jurumirim Dam. Brazilian Archives of Biology and Technology
Volume: 45(4): 479-490
 
Lurie, A.A., E.A. Pridantzeva, Y.S. Tsizin, O.V. Shekhter, A.A. Drabkin et al. 1979 The fate of development inhibitor Monsanto-R 0585 in water, mosquitoes and non-target hydrobionts. Mosquito News
Volume: 39(2):293-303.
 
Johansen, M. 2001 The fate of diatom spores during copepod grazing. M.Sc. Thesis, Botanical Institute, University of Göteborg, Göteborg . Sweden.
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Graeve, M., M. Lundberg, M. Böer, G. Kattner, H. Hop & S. Falk-Petersen 2008 The fate of dietary lipids in the Arctic ctenophore Mertensia ovum (Fabricius 1780). Marine Biology, Berlin
Volume: 153(4): 643-651.
 
Koski, M., E.F. Møller, M. Maar & A.W. Visser 2007 The fate of discarded appendicularian houses: degradation by the copepod, Microsetella norvegica, and other agents. Journal of Plankton Research
Volume: 29(7):641-654.
 
Reinfelder, J.R. 1993 The fate of elements ingested by marine planktivores. Ph.D. Thesis, State University of New York at Stony Brook, Stony Brook, New York, U.S.A.
Volume: 254 pp.
 
Martens, P. & M. Krause 1990 The fate of faecal pellets in the North Sea. Helgoländer Meeresuntersuchungen
Volume: 44(1):9-19.
 
Stottrup, J.G., J.G. Bell & J.R. Sargent 1999 The fate of lipids during development and cold-storage of eggs in the laboratory-reared calanoid copepod, Acartia tonsa Dana, and in response to different algal diets. Aquaculture
Volume: 176(3-4):257-269. (15.vi.1999)
 
Olli, K., P. Wassmann, M. Reigstad, T.N. Ratkova, E. Arashkevich, A. Pasternak, P.A. Matrai, J. Knulst, L. Tranvik, R. Klais & A. Jacobsen 2007 The fate of production in the central Arctic Ocean – top-down regulation by zooplankton expatriates? Progress in Oceanography
Volume: 72(1):84-113.
 
Kleppel, G.S. 1998 The fate of the carotenoid pigment fucoxantin during passage through the copepod gut: pigment recovery as a function of copepod species, season and food concentration. Journal of Plankton Research
Volume: 20:2017-1028.
 
Fefilova, E.B. 2001 The fauna and biotopic distribution of harpacticoid crustaceans (Harpacticoida, Copepoda) of the River Shchuger. In: Dolgin, M.M. & A.A. Medvedev (eds.) Fauna and ecology of invertebrates from the European north-east of Russia. Fauna i ekologiya bespozvonochnykh zhivotnykh Evropeiskogo severo-vostoka Rossii, Rossiiskaya Akademiya Nauk, Ural'skoe Otdelenie, 1-183 pp.
Volume: Chapter pagination: 169-174, 183. (Russian)
 
Bayly, I.A.E. 1967 The fauna and chemical composition of some athalassic saline waters in New Zealand. New Zealand Journal of Marine and Freshwater Research
Volume: 1:105-117, figs. 1-4, tabs. 1-2. (vi-1967)
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Hockin, D.C. 1984 The fauna and flora associated with mats of the Cyanobacteria Phormidium in the Lancaster Canal, England. Archiv für Hydrobiologie
Volume: 102(2):193-199, fig. 1, appendix 1 & 2. (xii-1984)
 
Richmond, E.A. 1962 The fauna and flora of Horn Island, Mississippi. Gulf Research Reports
Volume: 1(2):61-106, figs. 1-27. (iv-1962)
 
Hartland-Rowe, R. 1968 The fauna ecology of temporary pools in western Canada. Verhandlungen der Internationale Vereinigung für Theoretische und Angewandte Limnologie
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Hazelton, M. 1974 The fauna from some of the Irish caves. Transactions of the Cave Research Group of Great Britain
Volume: 15(4):191-196, figs. 1-5, pls. 1-2. (vi-1974)
 
Smyth, J.C. 1968 The fauna of a polluted shore in the Firth of Forth. Helgoländer Wissenschaftliche Meeresuntersuchungen
Volume: 17:216-223, fig. 1, tab. 1.
 
Stube, M. 1958 The fauna of a regulated lake. Reports of the Institute of Freshwater Research, Drottningholm
Volume: 39:162-224, figs. 1-31, tabs. 1-13.
 
Scott, W. 1911 The fauna of a solution pond. Proceedings of the Indiana Academy of Science
Volume: 26:395-442.
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Laurrie, E.M.O. 1942 The fauna of an inland pond and its inflowing stream at Ystumtuen, North Cardiganshire, Wales. Journal of Animal Ecology
Volume: 11(2):165-181, fig. 1, pl. 3, tabs. 1-3. (xi-1942)
 
Bayly, I.A.E. 1993 The fauna of athalassic saline waters in Australia and the Altiplano of South America: comparisons and historical perspectives. Hydrobiologia
Volume: 267:225-231
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Cockerell, T.D.A. 1912 The fauna of Boulder County, Colorado. II. University of Colorado Studies, General Series
Volume: 9:41-52. (v-1912)
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Annandale, N. 1907 The fauna of brackish ponds at Port Canning, Lower Bengal. Part I. Introduction and preliminary account of the fauna. Records of the Indian Museum, Calcutta
Volume: 1(1):35-43.
 
Moseley, C.M. 1970 The fauna of caves and mines in the Morecambe Bay area. Transactions of the Cave Research Group of Great Britain
Volume: 12(1):43-56. (iii-1970)
 
Moiseeva, I.G. & V.R. Alekseev 1986 The fauna of Cladocera and Copepoda in the littoral zone of small lakes of the North-western USSR. Trudy Zoologicheskogo Instituta, Akademii Nauk SSSR, Leningrad
Volume: 152:116-128. (Russian with English summary.)
 
Kumar, S. 1990 The fauna of different drinking water sources of Bhagalpur, India. Acta Hydrochimica et Hydrobiologica
Volume: 18(6):683-690.
 
Vopel, K. & G. Arlt 1995 The fauna of floating cyanobacterial mats in the oligohaline eulittoral zone off Hiddensee (south-west coast of the Baltic Sea). Marine Ecology
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