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Smith, K.F. & P.J. Lester 2007 Trophic interactions promote dominance by cyanobacteria (Anabaena spp.) in the pelagic zone of Lower Karori Reservoir, Wellington, New Zealand. New Zealand Journal of Marine and Freshwater Research
Volume: 41(2):143-156.
 
Smith, K.F. 2005 Trophic interactions promoting dominance by cyanobacteria in a freshwater pelagic food web. M.Sc. Thesis, Victoria University of Wellington, Wellington, New Zealand.
Volume: 72 pp.
 
Durant, J.M., T. Anker-Nilssen & N.C. Stenseth 2003 Trophic interactions under climate fluctuations: the Atlantic puffin as an example. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London, Series B, Biological Sciences
Volume: 270:1461-1466.
 
Walker, I. 2004 Trophic interactions within the Utricularia habitat in the reservoir of the Balbina hydroelectric powerplant (Amazonas, Brazil). Acta Limnologica Brasiliensia
Volume: 16(2):183-191.
 
Smith-Walker, O., Jr. D.G. Ainley & R. Cattaneo-Vietti 2007 Trophic interactions within the Ross Sea continental shelf ecosystem. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London B Biological-Sciences
Volume: 362(1477): 95-111.
 
Lacroix, G., F. Lescher-Moutoué & R. Pourriot 1996 Trophic interactions, nutrient supply, and the structure of freshwater pelagic food webs. In: Hochberg, M.E., J. Clobert & R. Barbault (eds.). Aspects of the Genesis and Maintenance of Biological Diversity. Oxford University Press, Oxford
Volume: :162-179.
Wilson: paper
Wasserman, R.J., M. Noyon, T.S. Avery & P.W. Froneman 2013 Trophic level stability-inducing effects of predaceous early juvenile fish in an estuarine mesocosm study. PLOS ONE
Volume: 8(4):10.1371/journal.pone.0061019
 
Smith, K.J., G.L. Taghon & K.W. Able 2000 Trophic linkages in marshes: ontogenetic changes in diet for young-of-the-year mummichog, Fundulus heteroclitus. In: Weinstein, M.P. & D.A. Kreeger (eds.). Concepts and Controversies in Tidal Marsh Ecology. Kluwer Academic Publishers, New York. 864 pp.
Volume: Pp. 121-237.
 
Joaquim-Justo, C., S. Pirlot, L. Viroux, P. Servais, J.P. Thomé & J.P. Descy 2006 Trophic links in the lowland river Meuse (Belgium): assessing the role of bacteria and protozoans in planktonic foodwebs. Journal of Plankton Research
Volume: 28(9):858-870.
 
York, J.K., G.B. McManus, W.J. Kimmerer, A.M. Slaughter & T.R. Ignoffo 2014 Trophic links in the plankton in the low salinity zone of a large temperate estuary: top-down effects of introduced copepods. Estuaries And Coasts
Volume: 37(3):576-588. 10.1007/s12237-013-9698-9 MAY 2014
 
Pedersen, T., M. Nilsen, E.M. Nilssen, E. Berg & M. Reigstad 2008 Trophic model of a lightly exploited cod-dominated ecosystem. Ecological Modelling
Volume: 214(2-4):95-111.
 
Taylor, M.H. & M. Wolff 2007 Trophic modeling of Eastern Boundary Current Systems: a review and prospectus for solving the 'Peruvian Puzzle'. Modelamiento trófico en sistemas de Corrientes Limítrofes Orientales: una revisión y un prospecto para solucionar el 'enigma peruano'. Revista Peruana de Biología
Volume: 14(1):87-100. [In English; abstract in Spanish.]
 
Veloza, A.J., F.L.E. Chu & K.W. Tang 2006 Trophic modification of essential fatty acids by heterotrophic protists and its effects on the fatty acid composition of the copepod Acartia tonsa. Marine Biology
Volume: 148(4):779-788.
Wilson: paper
Tang, K.W. & M. Taal 2005 Trophic modification of food quality by heterotrophic protists: species-specific effects on copepod egg production and egg hatching. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology
Volume: 318(1):85-98.
Wilson: paper
Frédérich, B., G. Fabri, G. Lepoint, P. Vandewalle & E. Parmentier 2009 Trophic niches of thirteen damselfishes (Pomacentridae) at the Grand Récif of Toliara, Madagascar. Ichthyological Research
Volume: 56(1):10-17.
 
Ross, S.T. 1978 Trophic ontogeny of the leopard searobin, Prionotus scitulus (Pisces: Triglidae). Fishery Bulletin
Volume: 76:225-234.
 
Santana-Porto, E.A. & I.F. Andrian 2009 Trophic organization the ichthyofauna of two semi-lentic environments in a flood plain on the upper Paraná River, Brazil. Estrutura trófica da ictiofauna em dois ambientes semi-lênticos da planície de inundação do Alto Rio Paraná, Brasil. Acta Limnologica Brasiliensia
Volume: 21(3):359-366. [In English; abstract in Portuguese.]
 
Moncayo-Estrada, R., O.T. Lind & C. Escalera-Gallardo 2010 Trophic partitioning of sympatric zooplanktivorous silverside in a tropical shallow lake: fish morphometry and diet composition. Copeia
Volume: 2010(3):431-436.
 
Schmid, M.K., D. Piepenburg, A.A. Golikov, K.v. Juterzenka, V.V. Petryashov & M. Spindler 2006 Trophic pathways and carbon flux patterns in the Laptev Sea. Progress in Oceanography
Volume: 71(2-4):314-330.
 
Laroche, J.L. 1984 Trophic patterns among larvae of five species of sculpins (family: Cottidae) in a Maine estuary. Fishery Bulletin, United States National Marine Fisheries Service
Volume: 80(4):827-840.
 
D'Amours, D. 1987 Trophic phasing of juvenile chum salmon (Oncorhynchus keta Walbaum) and harpacticoid copepods in the Fraser River estuary, British Columbia. Ph.D. Thesis, The University of British Columbia, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.
No Volume Data Available
 
Brugnoli-Olivera, E. & A. Morales-Ramírez 2008 Trophic planktonic dynamics in a tropical estuary, Gulf of Nicoya, Pacific coast of Costa Rica during El Niño 1997 event. Dinámica trófica planctónica en un estuario tropical, Golfo de Nicoya, costa Pacífica de Costa Rica durante El Niño 1997. Revista de Biología Marina y Oceanografía
Volume: 43(1):75-89. [In English; abstract in Spanish.]
 
Saage, A., D. Altin, O. Vadstein & U. Sommer 2008 Trophic position of Calanus finmarchicus (Copepoda, Calanoida) in the Trondheim Fjord. Journal of Sea Research
Volume: 59(3):162-172.
 
Stowasser, G., R. McAllen, G.J. Pierce, M.A. Collins, C.F. Moffat, I.G. Priede & D.W. Pond 2009 Trophic position of deep-sea fish – assessment through fatty acid and stable isotope analyses. Deep Sea Research Part I: Oceanographic Research Papers
Volume: 56(5):812-826.
 
Barnard, C., C. Martineau, J.J. Frenette, J.J. Dodson & W.F. Vincent 2006 Trophic position of zebra mussel veligers and their use of dissolved organic carbon. Limnology and Oceanography
Volume: 51(3): 1473-1484.
 
Gurney, L.J., P.W. Froneman, E.A. Pakhomov & C.D. McQuaid 2001 Trophic positions of three euphausiid species from the Prince Edward Islands (Southern Ocean): Implications for the pelagic food web structure. Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 217: 167-174.
 
Nõges, T., J. Haberman, V. Kisand, R. Laugaste & P. Zingel 2001 Trophic relations and food web structure of plankton community in Lake Peipsi s.s. In: Pihu, E. & J. Haberman (eds.). Lake Peipsi: Flora and Fauna. Sulemees Publishers, Tartu.
Volume: Pp. 74-81.
 
Wickham, S.A. 1995 Trophic relations between cyclopoid copepods and ciliated protists: complex interactions link the microbial and classic food webs. Limnology and Oceanography
Volume: 40(6):1173-1181.
 
Bucka, H. & R. Zurek 1992 Trophic relations between phyto- and zooplankton in a field experiment in the aspect of formation and decline of water blooms. Acta Hydrobiologica, Krakow
Volume: 34:139-155.
 
Easton, J. & M. Gophen 2002 Trophic relations between zooplankton and bleaks (Acanthobrama spp.) in Lake Kinneret (Israel). Verhandlungen der Internationale Vereinigung für Theoretische und Angewandte Limnologie
Volume: 28:1258-1261.
 
Taylor, B.E., R.A. Estes, J.H.K. Pechmann & R.D. Semlitsch 1988 Trophic relations in a temporary pond: larval salamanders and their microinvertebrate prey. Canadian Journal of Zoology
Volume: 66:2191-2198.
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Finenko, G.A., Z.A. Romanova, G.I. Abolmasova & B.E. Anninsky 2006 Trophic relations in the Black Sea planktonic community at present. Ekologiya Morya / Ecology of the Sea
Volume: 71:50-54.
 
Shiomoto, A., K. Tadokoro, K. Nagasawa & Y. Ishida 1997 Trophic relations in the subarctic North Pacific ecosystem: Possible feeding effect from pink salmon. Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 150:75-85.
 
Orlova, E.L., A.V. Dolgov, G.B. Rudneva, I.A. Oganin & L.L. Konstantinova 2009 Trophic relations of capelin Mallotus villosus and polar cod Boreogadus saida in the Barents Sea as a factor of impact on the ecosystem. In: Pedersen, T., K.S. Tande & J.G. Pope (eds.). The Proceedings of the ECONORTH Symposium on Ecosystem Dynamics in the Norwegian Sea and Barents Sea. Deep Sea Research Part II: Topical Studies in Oceanography
Volume: 56(21-22):2054-2067.
 
Lauzanne, L. 1983 Trophic relations of fishes in Lake Chad. In: Carmouze, J.P, J.R. Durand & C. Lévêque. (eds.). Lake Chad: Ecology and productivity of a shallow tropical ecosystem. Junk Publishers, The Hague.
Volume: Pp. 489-518.
 
Edmondson, W.T. 1957 Trophic relations of the zooplankton. Transactions of the American Microscopical Society
Volume: 76:225-245.
 
Grover, J.J. 1991 Trophic relationship of age-0 and age-1 walleye pollock Theragra chalcogramma collected together in the eastern Bering Sea. Fishery Bulletin, United States National Marine Fisheries Service
Volume: 89:719-722.
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Huh, S.H. & C.L. Kitting 1985 Trophic relationships among concentrated populations of small fishes in seagrass meadows. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology
Volume: 92:29-43.
 
Hobson, E.S. & J.R. Chess 1978 Trophic relationships among fishes and plankton in the lagoon at Enewetak Atoll, Marshall Islands. Fishery Bulletin, United States National Marine Fisheries Service
Volume: 76(1):133-153, figs. 1-7, tabs. 1-9. (i-1978)
 
Schmidt, K., A. Atkimson, D. Stubing, J.W. MClelland, J.P. Montoya & M. Voss 2003 Trophic relationships among Southern Ocean copepods and krill: some uses and limitations of a stable isotope approach. Limnology and Oceanography
Volume: 48(1):277-289.
 
Madurell, T. & J.E. Cartes 2006 Trophic relationships and food consumption of slope dwelling macrourids from the bathyal Ionian Sea (eastern Mediterranean). Marine Biology
Volume: 148(6):1325-1338.
 
Tamelander, T., P.E. Renaud, H. Hop, M.L. Carroll, W.G. Ambrose, Jr. & K. Hobson 2007 Trophic relationships and pelagic-benthic coupling during summer in the Barents Sea Marginal Ice Zone revealed by stable carbon and nitrogen isotope measurements. Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 310:33-46.
 
Allen, D.M., W.S. Johnson & V. Ogburn-Matthews 1995 Trophic relationships and seasonal utilization of salt-marsh creeks by zooplanktivorous fishes. Environmental Biology of Fishes
Volume: 42:37-50.
 
Bradstreet, M.S.W. & W.E. Cross 1982 Trophic relationships at High Arctic ice edges. Arctic
Volume: 35(1):1-12.
 
Carrasson, M. & J.E. Cartes 2002 Trophic relationships in a Mediterranean deep-sea fish community: partition of food resources, dietary overlap and connections within the benthic boundary layer. Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 241: 41-55.
 
Brook, I.M. 1977 Trophic relationships in a seagrass community (Thalassia testudinum), in Card Sound, Florida. Fish diets in relation to macrobenthic and cryptic faunal abundance. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society
Volume: 106:219-229.
 
Velasco, E.M., M.C. Gómez-Cama, J.A. Hernando & M.C. Soriguer 2010 Trophic relationships in an intertidal rockpool fish assemblage in the gulf of Cádiz (NE Atlantic). Journal of Marine Systems
Volume: 80(3-4):248-252.
 
Petipa, T.S. 1980 Trophic relationships in communities and the functioning of marine ecosystems: 1. Studies in trophic relationships in pelagic communities of the southern seas of the USSR and in the tropical Pacific. International Biological Programme
Volume: 20:233-250.
 
Cartes, J.E., C. Huguet, S. Parra & F. Sanchez 2007 Trophic relationships in deep-water decapods of Le Danois bank (Cantabrian Sea, NE Atlantic): Trends related with depth and seasonal changes in food quality and availability. Deep Sea Research Part I
Volume: 54(7):1091-1110.
 
Hiwatari, T., H. Koshikawa, R. Nagata, Y. Suda, S. Hamaoka & K. Kohata 2011 Trophic relationships in early spring along the Okhotsk coast of Hokkaido, Japan, as traced by stable carbon and nitrogen isotopes. Plankton & Benthos Research
Volume: 6(1):56-67.
 
McQueen, D.J., J.R. Post & E.L. Mills 1986 Trophic relationships in freshwater pelagic ecosystems. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences
Volume: 43:1571-1581.
 
McQueen, D.J. & J.R. Post 1987 Trophic relationships in freshwater pelagic ecosystems: a question of averages and sampling error? Reply to Pierre Pepin. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences
Volume: 44(5):1096-1098. (v.1987; French summary.)
 
Villanueva, M.C., M. Ouedraogo & J. Moreau 2006 Trophic relationships in the recently impounded Bagré reservoir in Burkina Faso. Ecological Modelling
Volume: 191(2):243-259.
 
Petursdottir, H. 2012 Trophic relationships of abundant pelagic species in the Iceland Sea. Faeduvistfraedileg tengsl algengra uppsjavartegunda i Islandshafi. Hafrannsoknastofnun Fjolrit
Volume: 164:88-102.
 
Nessimian, J.L., A.M. Sanseverino & A.L.H. de Oliveira 1999 Trophic relationships of Chironomidae larvae (Diptera) and its importance on the foodwebs in a sand dune marsh on the littoral of Rio de Janeiro State. Revista Brasileira de Entomologia
Volume: 43(1-2):47-53. (In Portuguese.)
 
Gowing, M.M. & K.F. Wishner 1986 Trophic relationships of deep-sea calanoid copepods from the benthic boundary layer of the Santa Catalina Basin, California. Deep-Sea Research, Part A, Oceanographic Research Papers
Volume: 33(7):939-961.
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Ribeiro, M.A.G., Y. Wakabara & M.N. Flynn 1997 Trophic relationships of small-sized estuarine fishes of Cananéia (southeastern Brazil). Oceanides
Volume: 12(1):29-40.
 
Dodson, S.I. & S.D. Cooper 1983 Trophic relationships of the freshwater jellyfish Craspedacusta sowerbyi Lankester, 1880. Limnology and Oceanography
Volume: 28(2):345-351, fig.1, tabs.1-3.
 
Schmid-Araya, J.M. & P.E. Schmid 2000 Trophic relationships: integrating meiofauna into a realistic benthic food web. Freshwater Biology
Volume: 44(1):149-163. (v.2000)
 
Guedes, A.P.P. & F.G. Araujo 2008 Trophic resource partitioning among five flatfish species (Actinopterygii, Pleuronectiformes) in a tropical bay in south-eastern Brazil. Journal of Fish Biology
Volume: 72(4): 1035-1054.
 
Sheridan, P.F. 1979 Trophic resource utilization by three species of sciaenid fishes in a northwest Florida estuary. Northeast Gulf Science
Volume: 3:1-15.
 
Almeda, R., A. Calbet, M. Alcaraz, E. Saiz, I. Trepat, L. Arin, J. Movilla & V. Salo 2011 Trophic role and carbon budget of metazoan microplankton in northwest Mediterranean coastal waters. Limnology and Oceanography
Volume: 56(1):415-430.
 
Riisgaard, K., R. Swalethorp, S. Kjellerup,T. Juul-Pedersen & T.G. Nielsen 2014 Trophic role and top-down control of a subarctic protozooplankton community. Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 500:67-82. 10.3354/meps10706
 
Prudkovsky, A.A. 2013 Trophic role of ambush-foraging hydromedusae in the White Sea. Marine Ecology An Evolutionary Perspective
Volume: 34:153-164. 1 SI 10.1111/maec.12033
 
Chigbu, P. 1993 Trophic role of longfin smelt in Lake Washington. Ph.D. Thesis, University of Washington, Seattle, Washington, U.S.A.
Volume: 239 pp.
 
Ambler, J.W., J. Alcala-Herrera & R. Burke 1994 Trophic role of particle feeders in a mangrove island prop root ecosystem. In: Ferrari, F.D. & B.P. Bradley (eds.). Ecology and Morphology of Copepods. Developments in Hydrobiology 102, Hydrobiologia
Volume: 292/293:437-446, fig.1-6, tab.1-2.
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Dolan, J.R. & C.C. Gallegos 1992 Trophic role of planktonic rotifers in the Rhode River Estuary, spring-summer 1991. Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 85(1-2):187-199.
 
Habdija, I., B. Primc Habdija, R. Erben & I. Belinic 1993 Trophic role of rotifers in the plankton of lake Kozjak (Plitvice Lakes). Hydrobiologia
Volume: 257(2):101-106.
 
Böttjer, D., C.E. Morales & U. Bathmann 2010 Trophic role of small cyclopoid copepod nauplii in the microbial food web: a case study in the coastal upwelling system off central Chile. Marine Biology, Berlin
Volume: 157(4):689-705.
 
Duarte, L.O. & C.B. García 2004 Trophic role of small pelagic fishes in a tropical upwelling ecosystem. Ecological Modelling
Volume: 172(2-4):323-338.
 
Livingston, P.A. & K.M. Bailey 1985 Trophic role of the Pacific whiting, Merluccius productus. Marine Fisheries Review, United States National Marine Fisheries Service
Volume: 47(2):16-22.
 
Dutz, J. & M. Koski 2006 Trophic significance of solitary cells of the prymnesiophyte Phaeocystis globosa depends on cell type. Limnology and Oceanography
Volume: 51(3): 1230-1238.
 
Van Gaever, S., L. Moodley, F. Pasotti, M. Houtekamer, J.J. Middelburg, R. Danovaro & A. Vanreusel 2009 Trophic specialisation of metazoan meiofauna at the Håkon Mosby Mud Volcano: fatty acid biomarker isotope evidence. Marine Biology
Volume: 156(6):1289-1296.
 
Darnell, R.M. 1961 Trophic spectrum of an estuarine community, based on studies of Lake Pontchartrain, Louisiana. Ecology, Brooklyn
Volume: 42(3):553-568, figs. 1-4, tabs. 1-6. (vii-1961)
 
Ceccherelli, V.U., V. Gaiani & I. Ferrari 1987 Trophic state gradients and zooplankton and zoobenthos distribution in a Po River Delta lagoon. Chemosphere
Volume: 16:571-580.
 
Mousavi Nadushan, R. & S.M. Reza Fatemi 2008 Trophic status and primary production in Lake Choghakhor, Chaharmahal-Bakhtiyari Province, Islamic Republic of Iran. Pakistan Journal of Biological Sciences
Volume: 11(4):577-582.
 
Shortreed, K.S., J.M.B. Hume, K.F. Morton & S.G. Maclellan 1998 Trophic status and rearing capacity of smaller sockeye nursery lakes in the Skeena River system. Canadian Technical Report of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences
Volume: (2240):I-VI, 1-78.
 
Yerli, S, E. Gunduz & A. Akbulut 1997 Trophic status of Sultan Marshes, Turkey. Fresenius Environmental Bulletin
Volume: 6(1-2):97-102.
 
Aizaki, M., A. Terashima, H. Nakahara, T. Nishio & Y. Ishida 1987 Trophic status of Tilitso, a high altitude Himalayan lake. Hydrobiologia
Volume: 153(3):217-224.
 
Campos-Ortega, H. 2007 Trophic status of two glacial lakes, West and East Okoboji, in northwest Iowa, U.S.A. Estatus trófico de dos lagos glaciares, Okobiji del Oeste y del Este, en el noroeste de Iowa, USA. Idesia
Volume: 25(3):7-17. [In English; abstract in Spanish.]
 
Takekawa, J.Y., A.K. Miles, D.H. Schoellhamer, N.D. Athearn, M.K. Saiki, W.D. Duffy, S. Kleinschmidt, G.G. Shellenbarger & C.A. Jannusch 2006 Trophic structure and avian communities across a salinity gradient in evaporation ponds of the San Francisco Bay estuary. In: Hanson, A.R. & J.J. Kerekes (eds.). Limnology and Aquatic Birds. Proceedings of the Fourth Conference Working Group on Aquatic Birds of Societas Internationalis Limnologiae (SIL), Sackville, New Brunswick, Canada, August 3-7, 2003. Developments in Hydrobiology
Volume: 189:307-327.
 
Childress, W.M., L.C. Fitzpatrick & W.D. Pearson 1981 Trophic structure and energy flow in a Texas pond. Hydrobiologia
Volume: 76:135-143.
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Herwig, B.R., D.A. Soluk, J.M. Dettmers & D.H. Wahl 2004 Trophic structure and energy flow in backwater lakes of two large floodplain rivers assessed using stable isotopes. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences
Volume: 61(1):12-22.
 
Nair, V.R., A.J. Krishnamurti & S.N. Gajbhiye 1999 Trophic structure and levels of selected metals in the zooplankton community of Thane-Bassein Creek, Bombay. Indian Journal of Marine Sciences
Volume: 28(2):173-183.
 
Mearns, A.J., D.R. Young, R.J. Olson & H.A. Schafer 1981 Trophic structure and the cesium-potassium ratio in marine ecosystems. California Cooperative Oceanic Fisheries Investigations (CalCOFI) Reports
Volume: 22:99-110.
 
Hopkins, T.L., D.G. Ainley, J.J. Torres & T.M. Lancraft 1993 Trophic structure in open waters of the marginal ice zone of the Scotia-Weddell confluence region during spring (1983). Polar Biology
Volume: 13:389-397.
 
Jeppesen, E., T.L. Lauridsen, S.F. Mitchell, K. Christoffersen & C.W. Burns 2000 Trophic structure in the pelagial of 25 shallow New Zealand lakes: changes along nutrient and fish gradients. Journal of Plankton Research
Volume: 22(5):951-968.
 
Gallagher, C.P. & T.A. Dick 2010 Trophic structure of a landlocked Arctic char Salvelinus alpinus population from southern Baffin Island, Canada. Ecology of Freshwater Fish
Volume: 19(1):39-50.
 
Zinevici, V., D. Ionică, L. Parpală, C. Sandu & N. Nicolescu 2003 Trophic structure of lacustrian plankton of Danube Delta in the conditions of succession process. Proceedings of the Institute of Biology, Bucharest
Volume: 5:249-258.
 
Kaehler, S., E.A. Pakhomov & C.D. McQuaid 2000 Trophic structure of the marine food web at the Prince Edward Islands (Southern Ocean) determined by ä15N and ä13C analysis. Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 208:13-20.
 
Blachowiak-Samolyk, K., S. Kwasniewski, K. Dmoch, H. Hop & S. Falk-Petersen 2007 Trophic structure of zooplankton in the Fram Strait in spring and autumn 2003. In: Hunt, G.L., Jr., K. Drinkwater, S.M. McKinnell & D.L. Mackas (eds.). Effects of Climate Variability on Sub-Arctic Marine Ecosystems - A GLOBEC Symposium, GLOBEC-ESSAS Symposium on 'Effects of climate variability on sub-arctic marine ecosystems.' Victoria, BC, Canada, 16-20 May 2005.
Volume: 54(23-26):2716-2728.
 
Jeppesen, E., J.P. Jensen, M. Sondergaard, T. Lauridsen & F. Landkildehus 2000 Trophic structure, species richness and biodiversity in Danish lakes: Changes along a phosphorus gradient. Freshwater Biology
Volume: 45(2):201-218.
 
Jones, R.H. 2004 Trophic transfer efficiency in the copepod Acartia tonsa. Ph.D. Thesis, University of Wales, Swansea, U.K.
No Volume Data Available
 
Dipinto, L.M. 1996 Trophic transfer of a sediment-associated organophosphate pesticide from meiobenthos to bottom feeding fish. Archives of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology
Volume: 30(4):459-466.
 
Karjalainen, M., M. Reinikainen, L. Spoof, J. Meriluoto, K. Sivonen & M. Viitasalo 2005 Trophic transfer of cyanobacterial toxins from zooplankton to planktivores: consequences for pike larvae and mysid shrimps. Environmental Toxicology
Volume: 20:354-362.
 
Ederington, M.C., G.B. McManus & H.R. Harvey 1995 Trophic transfer of fatty acids, sterols, and a triterpenoid alcohol between bacteria, a ciliate, and the copepod Acartia tonsa. Limnology and Oceanography
Volume: 40(5):860-867.
 
Kehrig, H.A., E.F.A. Palermo, T.G. Seixas, C.W.C. Branco, I. Moreira & O. Malm 2009 Trophic transfer of methylmercury and trace elements by tropical estuarine seston and plankton. Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science
Volume: 85(1):36-44.
 
Hoekstra, P.F., T.M. O'Hara, A.T. Fisk, K. Borga, K.R. Solomon & D.C.G. Muir 2003 Trophic transfer of persistent organochlorine contaminants (OCs) within an Arctic marine food web from the southern Beaufort- Chukchi Seas. Environmental Pollution
Volume: 124 (3): 509-522.
 
Doelling Brown, P. 2002 Trophic transfer of polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs) in the food web of the Anacostia River (Washington, D.C.). Ph.D. Dissertation, George Mason University, Washington, D.C., U.S.A.
Volume: :169 pp.
 
DiPinto, L.M. 1996 Trophic transfer of sediment associated contaminants in a benthic based food chain. Ph.D. Thesis, University of South Carolina, Columbia, South Carolina, U.S.A.
Volume: 101 pp.
 
Dipinto, L.M. & B.C. Coull 1997 Trophic transfer of sediment-associated polychlorinated biphenyls from meiobenthos to bottom-feeding fish. Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry
Volume: 16(12):2568-2575.
 
Fisher, N.S. & W.X. Wang 1998 Trophic transfer of silver to marine herbivores: A review of recent studies. Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry
Volume: 17(4):562-571.
 
Leandro, L.F.S. 2008 Trophic transfer of the marine algal biotoxin domoic acid to the North Atlantic right whale, Eubalaena glacialis. M.A. Thesis, College of Charleston, Charleston, South Carolina, U.S.A.
Volume: 115 pp.
 
Twining, B.S. & N.S. Fisher 2004 Trophic transfer of trace metals from protozoa to mesozooplankton. Limnology and Oceanography
Volume: 49(1):28-39.
 
Klein Breteler, W.C.M., N. Schogt, M. Baas, S. Schouten & G.W. Kraay 1999 Trophic upgrading of food quality by protozoans enhancing copepod growth: Role of essential lipids. Marine Biology, Berlin
Volume: 135(1):191-198. (x.1999)
 
Tang, K.W. & R. Simó 2003 Trophic uptake and transfer of DMSP in simple planktonic food chains. Aquatic Microbial Ecology
Volume: 31:193-202.
 
Hernández, I., C. Aguilar & G. González-Sanón 2008 Trophic webs of reef fishes in northwestern Cuba. I. Stomach contents. Revista de Biología Tropical / International Journal of Tropical Biology
Volume: 56(2):541-555. [In Spanish.]
 
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