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Chace, F.A., Jr. 1990 Waldo L. Schmitt (1887-1977). Journal of Crustacean Biology
Volume: 10(1):168-171.
 
Chace, F.A., Jr. 1978 Waldo L. Schmitt. 25 June 1887 - 5 August 1977. Crustaceana (Leiden)
Volume: 34(1):83-90, pl. 1. (11-v-1978)
 
Wawrik, F. 1955 Waldviertel Fischteiche. I. Sber. öst. Akad. Wiss., mat.-nat. Kl.
Volume: Abt. 1, 164: 887-907, figs. 1-5, pls. 1-2.
 
Horne, A.J., J.C. Roth & N.J. Barratt 1994 Walker Lake Nevada: State of the Lake, 1992-1994. Report to the Nevada Division of Environmental Protection. Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, University of California, Berkeley, and the Environmental Engineering and Health Sciences Laboratory, Richmond, California. EEHSL Report
Volume: 94-2.
 
Banarescu, P. 1983 Wallace's and Lydekker's lines in freshwater zoogeography. Hidrobiologia
Volume: 18:189-197.
 
Naidenov, V. 1994 Wandel in der Zusammensetzung der Cladocera- und CopepodaFauna des Susswassers in Bulgarien im letzten Jahrhundert. Lauterbornia
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Krampner, A. 1928 Wandlungen der Kruster- und Rotatorien-Fauna eines perennierenden und eines temporalen Tümpels bei Tel-Aviv (Palästina) im Verlaufe eines Jahres. Internationale Revue der Gesamten Hydrobiologie und Hydrographie
Volume: 19:281-288, fig. 1.
 
Dupuis, A.P. & B.J. Hann 2009 Warm spring and summer water temperatures in small eutrophic lakes of the Canadian prairies: potential implications for phytoplankton and zooplankton. Journal of Plankton Research
Volume: 31(5):489-502.
 
Bainbridge, V. 1961 Warm water species of the plankton off Newfoundland during winter months. Nature, London
Volume: 191(4794):1216-1217, fig. 1. (16-ix-1961)
 
Stony Brook University 2009 Warmer Environment Means Shorter Lives For Cold-blooded Animals. ScienceDaily
Volume: http://www.sciencedaily.com¬ /releases/2009/07/090727191906.htm
 
Flanagan, K.M. & E. McCauley 2008 Warming and depth interact to affect carbon dioxide concentration in aquatic mesocosms. Freshwater Biology
Volume: 53(4):669-680.
 
Weslawski, J.M., S. Kwasniewski, & l. Stempniewicz 2009 Warming in the Arctic may result in the negative effects of increased biodiversity. Polarforschung
Volume: 78(3):105‑108.
 
Aberle, N., B. Bauer, A. Lewandowska, U. Gaedke & U. Sommer 2012 Warming induces shifts in microzooplankton phenology and reduces time-lags between phytoplankton and protozoan production. Marine Biology (Berlin)
Volume: 159(11): 2441-2453.
 
Poche, F. 1906 Was ist 'Lernanthropus tetradactylus' B.-S. ? Zoologischer Anzeiger
Volume: 29(21-22):671-672. (23-i-1906)
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Fauchald, P., H. Skov, M. Skern-Mauritzen, D. Johns & T. Tveraa 2011 Wasp-Waist interactions in the North Sea ecosystem. PLoS One
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Rohnert, U. 1951 Wassererfüllte Baumhöhlen und ihre Besiedlung. Archiv für Hydrobiologie
Volume: 44:472-516.
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Roben, P. 1974 Wasserflöhe (Cladocera) und Ruderfusskrebse (Copepoda) der Insel Tenerife unter Berücksichtigung ihrer Verbreitung in Nord- und Westafrika. Zoologischer Anzeiger
Volume: 193(1-2):110-126, figs. 1-10. (vii/viii-1974)
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Linnaeus, C. 1747 Wästgöta Resa, pa Riksens högloflige Ständers befallning förrätad ar 1746: Stockholm
Volume: 1-284, pls. 1-5. (Copepoda: 171).
 
Bamstedt, U. 1981 Water and organic content of boreal macrozooplankton and their significance for the energy content. Sarsia
Volume: 66(1):59-66, figs. 1-2, tabs. 1-5. (28-ii-1981)
 
Soliman, A.M. & S.M. Gharib 1998 Water characteristics, phytoplankton and zooplankton populations of Mex Bay region, Alexandria, Egypt. Bulletin of the Faculty of Science, Alexandria University
Volume: 38:45-66.
 
Kagalou, I., G. Tsimarakis & I. Paschos 2001 Water chemistry and biology in a shallow lake (Lake Pamvotis - Greece). Present state and perspectives. Global Nest: the International Journal
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Finke, M. 1984 Water chemistry and copepod fauna of a colline forest stream. Gewaesserchemie und Copepodenfauna eines collinen Waldbachsystems (amBeispiel des Rohrwiesenbaches im Schlitzerland; Osthessen). Diplomarbeit, Johann Wolfgang Goethe-Universität, Frankfurt, Germany
Volume: 115pp. (English abstract.)
 
Kitheka, J.U., B.O. Ohowa, B.M. Mwashote, W.S. Shimbira, J.M. Mwaluma & J.M. Kazungu 1996 Water circulation dynamics, water column nutrients and plankton productivity in a well-flushed tropical bay in Kenya. Journal of Sea Research
Volume: 35(4):257-268.
 
Bakker, C. 1979 Water en plankton van de Oosterschelde. Zeeuws Nieuws
Volume: 5(2):34-38, figs. 1-16. (viii-1979)
 
Leentvaar, P. 1998 Water fleas in duck decoys. Natura, Hoogwoud
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Sebens, K.P., S.P. Grace, B. Helmuth, E.J. Maney & J.S. Miles 1998 Water flow and prey capture by three scleractinian corals, Madracis mirabilis, Montastrea cavernosa and Porites porites, in a field enclosure. Marine Biology, Berlin
Volume: 131(2):347-360.
 
Palmer, M.A. & R.M. Molloy 1986 Water flow and vertical distribution of meiofauna: a flume experiment. Estuaries
Volume: 9(3):225-228.
 
Heuch, P.A., M.H. Doall & J. Yen 2007 Water flow around a fish mimic attracts a parasitic and deters a planktonic copepod. In: Souissi, S., M.N. Daly Yahia & J.-S. Hwang (eds.). Proceedings of the 9th International Conference on Copepoda, Hammamet, Tunisia, 11-15 July 2005. Journal of Plankton Research
Volume: 29(Suppl. 1):3-16.
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Finelli, C.M., R.D. Clarke, H.E. Robinson & E.J. Buskey 2009 Water flow controls distribution and feeding behavior of two co-occurring coral reef fishes: I. Field measurements. Coral Reefs
Volume: 28(2):461-473.
 
Clarke, R.D., C.M. Finelli & E.J. Buskey 2009 Water flow controls distribution and feeding behavior of two co-occurring coral reef fishes: II. Laboratory experiments. Coral Reefs
Volume: 28(2):475-488.
 
Kirk, K.L. 1985 Water flows produced by Daphnia and Diaptomus: implications for prey selection by mechanosensory receptors. Limnology and Oceanography
Volume: 30(3):679-686, figs. 1-3, tab. 1. (v-1985)
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Baliarsingh, P.K., B.K. Routray, S. Padhi & R.C. Choudhury 1993 Water hyacinth impact on planktonic changes in a polluted pond of Berhampur (Orissa). In: Agrawal, V.P., S.A.H. Abidi & G.P. Verma (eds.). Environmental impact on aquatic and terrestrial habitats. Society of Biosciences, Muzzafarnagar. 350pp.
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Dinka, M., K. Schöll & A. Kiss 2006 Water level and chemical characteristics related to zooplankton in a side arm of the River Danube. Verhandlungen der Internationale Vereinigung für Theoretische und Angewandte Limnologie
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Jaschnov, V.A. 1963 Water masses and plankton. 2. Calanus glacialis and Calanus pacificus as indicators of definite water masses in the Pacific. Vodnye massy i plankton. 2. Calanus glacialis i Calanus pacificus kak indikatory opredelenykh vodnykh mass morei Tikhogo okeana. Zoologicheskii Zhurnal
Volume: 42(7):1005-1021, figs. 1-6. (19-vi-1963, Russian with English summary).
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Jaschnov, V.A. 1965 Water masses and plankton. 3. Halosphaera viridis as indicator of Atlantic waters in the Polar basin. Vodnye massy i plankton. 3. Halosphaera viridis kak indikator Sredizemnomorskikh vod v severnoy Atlantike. Okeanologiya
Volume: 5(5):884-890. (Russian.)
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Cassano, C.R., M.S.M. Castilho-Noll & M.S. Arcifa 2002 Water mite predation on zooplankton of a tropical lake. Brazilian Journal of Biology
Volume: 62(4A): 565-571
 
Jenkinson, I.R. 1983 Water movement and plankton in Strangford Lough. Ph.D. Thesis, The Queen's University of Belfast, Northern Ireland.
Volume: Vol. 1, 236 pp; Vol. 2, 191 pp.
 
Diez, B., L. Van Nieuwerburgh & P. Snoeijs 2013 Water nutrient stoichiometry modifies the nutritional quality of phytoplankton and somatic growth of crustacean mesozooplankton. Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 489:93-105. 10.3354/meps10438
 
Pehlivanov, L. 2000 Water outflow as a cause of changes in trophic conditions for zooplanktivorous fish in reservoirs. Fisheries Management and Ecology
Volume: 7(1-2):115-125.
 
Behrendt, H., M. Bohme, E. Driescher, J. Gelbrecht, S. Hoeg & M. Krocker 1996 Water parameters, plankton and macrophytes of some lakes in the catchment area of the Locknitz. Beiträge zur Angewandten Gewässer Ökologie Norddeutschlands
Volume: 3:31-51.
 
Egborge, A.B.M. 1994 Water Pollution in Nigeria: Biodiversity and Chemistry of Warri River. Ben Miller Books Nigeria Ltd., Warri, Nigeria.
Volume: 331 pp.
 
Vindeirinho, C. 1988 Water properties, currents and zooplankton distribution over a submarine canyon under upwelling-favorable conditions. M.Sc. Thesis, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.
Volume: 121 pp.
 
Muhlhauser, H.A., N. Hrepic, P. Mladinic, V. Montecino & S. Cabrera 1995 Water quality and limnological features of a high altitude Andean lake, Chungara, in northern Chile. Revista Chilena de Historia Natural, Santiago de Chile
Volume: 68(3):341-349. (Spanish)
 
Battle, J.M. & S.W. Golladay 2001 Water quality and macroinvertebrate assemblages in thre types of seasonally inundated limesink wetlands in southwest Georgia. Journal of Freshwater Ecology
Volume: 16(2):189-207.
 
Nhiwatiwa, T. & B.E. Marshall 2007 Water quality and plankton dynamics in two small dams in Zimbabwe. African Journal of Aquatic Science
Volume: 32(2):139-151.
 
Motoda, S. & T. Ishida 1948 Water quality and plankton fauna in Lake Abashiri (1). Scientific Reports of the Hokkaido Fish Hatchery
Volume: 3(1):1-12 (Japanese with English summary.)
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Wei, P., Q.Q. Lin, R. Hu, B.P. Han, X.D. Lin, H.W. Yang & X.U. Zhong 2002 Water quality and plankton fluctuation in Gaozhou Reservoir. Chinese Journal of Applied and Environmental Biology / Ying Yong Yu Huan Jing Sheng Wu Xue Bao
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Mizuno, T. 1960 Water quality and plankton of some lakes in Hokkaido. Memoirs of the Osaka University of Liberal Arts and Education, B, Natural Science
Volume: 8:99-113. [In Japanese.]
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Anadu, D.I., A. Obioha & C. Ejike 1990 Water quality and plankton periodicity in two contrasting mine lakes in Jos, Nigeria. Hydrobiologia
Volume: 208(1-2):17-25.
 
Sipaúba-Tavares, L.H., E.J.S. Alvarez & F.M.S. Braga 2008 Water quality and zooplankton in tanks with larvae of Brycon orbignyanus (Valenciennes, 1949). Brazilian Journal of Biology
Volume: 68(1):77-86.
 
Hoffmeyer, M.S. & M. Pascual 2006 Water quality and zooplankton monitoring at the seawater supply circuit of a mollusc hatchery. World Aquaculture
Volume: 37(1):49-54.
 
Anyanwu, E.D., R.B. Ikomi & F.O. Arimoro 2013 Water quality and zooplankton of the Ogba River, Benin City, Nigeria. African Journal of Aquatic Science
Volume: 38(2)193-199.
 
Sharma, O.P., V.K. Rajbanshi & L.L. Sharma 1987 Water quality and zooplankton production in waters fertilized on the basis of P:N ratios. Journal of Hydrobiology, Ujjian, India
Volume: 3(5-6):25-28.
 
Galli, P., G. Crosa, L. Mariniello, M.D. Ortis & S. D'Amelio 2001 Water quality as a determinant of the composition of fish parasite communities. Hydrobiologia
Volume: 452: 173-179.
 
Hulyal, S.B. & B.B. Kaliwal 2008 Water quality assessment of Almatti Reservoir of Bijapur (Karnataka State, India) with special reference to zooplankton. Environmental Monitoring and Assessment
Volume: 139(1-3):299-306.
 
Sunkad, B.N. & H.S. Patil 2004 Water quality assessment of Fort lake of Belgaum (Karnataka) with special reference to zooplankton. Journal of Environmental Biology
Volume: 25(1):99-102.
 
Telesh, I.V. & V.N. Nikulina 1997 Water quality classification based on plankton communities. In: Sarkkula, J. (ed.). Proceedings of the Final Seminar of the Gulf of Finland Year 1996, March 17–18, 1997. Suomen Ymparistokeskus, Helsinki.
Volume: Pp. 167-175.
 
Gophen, M. 2003 Water quality management in Lake Kinneret (Israel): hydrological and food web perspectives. Papers from Bolsena Conference 2002, Residence Time in Lakes: Science, Management, Education. Journal of Limnology
Volume: 62(Supplement):91-101.
 
Torokne, A.K., E. Laszlo, I. Chorus, J. Fastner, R. Heinze, J. Padisak & F.A.R. Barbosa 2000 Water quality monitoring by Thamnotoxkit FTM including cyanobacterial blooms. Water Science and Technology
Volume: 42 (1-2): 381-385.
 
Bazzanti, M. O. Ferrara, L. Mastrantuono & M. Seminara 1994 Water quality monitoring of Italian lakes using zooplankton and zoobenthos: the case of Lake Vico (Central Italy). In: Argano, R. C. Cirotto, E. Grassi Milano & L. Mastroia (eds.). Contributions to Animal Biology. Halocynthia Association.
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Singh, U.N. & S. Pandey 1991 Water quality of stagnant water bodies of North Bihar. Environment and Ecology, Kalyani
Volume: 9(3):770-774.
 
Stockwell, J.E. & J.E. Gannon 1975 Water quality studies in the Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore region – the lower Platte River system, Michigan. University of Michigan Biological Station Technical Report
Volume: 2:1-50.
 
Kim, H.W. 1999 Water quality, plankton community dynamics, and trophic regulation in the microbial food web by zooplankton in a hypertrophic river (Nakdong River, Korea). Ph.D. Dissertation, Pusan National University, Pusan, South Korea.
Volume: 230 pp.
 
Timms, B.V. 1968 Water renewal in reservoirs, and its relation to body size and egg numbers in copepods. Hydrobiologia
Volume: 31(3-4):481-491, tabs. 1-6. (17-vii-1968)
 
Poulin, R. & G.J. Fitzgerald 1988 Water temperature, vertical distribution, and risk of ectoparasitism in juvenile sticklebacks. Canadian Journal of Zoology
Volume: 66(9):2002-2005. (French summary.)
 
Olsen, S., S. Chakravarti & P.R. Olson 1967 Water, bottom deposits, and zooplankton of Fern Lake, Washington. Limnology and Oceanography
Volume: 12:392-404, figs. 1-5, tabs. 1-8. (Vii-1967)
 
Sitaramaiah, P. 1967 Water, nitrogen and calorific values of freshwater organisms. ICES Journal of Marine Science / Journal du Conseil
Volume: 31(1):27-30.
 
Khan, J.A. & A.Q. Siddiqui 1971 Water, nitrogen and phosphorus in freshwater plankton. Hydrobiologia
Volume: 37(3-4):531-536, fig. 1, tab. 1. (3-v-1971)
 
Loick, N., W. Ekau & H.M. Verheye 2005 Water-body preferences of dominant calanoid copepod species in the Angola-Benguela frontal zone. African Journal of Marine Science
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Long, A.M., S.Y. Chen, F.J. Ma, W. Yan & C.D. Li 2006 Waterborne copper and silver interaction on a marine copepod, Acartia erythraea. Acta Cientiae Circumstantiae
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Nithiuthai, S., M.T. Anantaphruti, J. Waikagul & A. Gajadhar 2004 Waterborne zoonotic helminthiases. Veterinary Parasitology
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Decho, A.W. 1986 Water-cover influences on diatom ingestion rates by meiobenthic copepods. Marine Ecology Progress Series
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Pettigrew, C.T., B.J. Hann & L.G. Goldsborough 1998 Waterfowl feces as a source of nutrients to a prairie wetland: Responses of microinvertebrates to experimental additions. Hydrobiologia
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Halpern, M., Y. Senderovich & I. Izhaki 2008 Waterfowl—The missing link in epidemic and pandemic cholera dissemination? PLoS Pathogens
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Maeland, A., I. Ronnestad, H.J. Fyhn, L. Berg & R. Waagbo 2000 Water-soluble vitamins in natural plankton (copepods) during two consecutive spring blooms compared to vitamins in Artemia franciscana nauplii and metanauplii. Marine Biology, Berlin
Volume: 136(5):765-772.
 
Aarseth, K.A. & T.A Schram 1999 Wavelength-specific behaviour in Lepeophtheirus salmonis and Calanus finmarchicus to ultraviolet and visible light in laboratory experiments (Crustacea: Copepoda). Marine Ecology Progress Series
Volume: 186:211-217.
 
Holtz, R.B., E.D. Marquez & A.A. Benson 1973 Wax ester biosynthesis by isolated membrane fractions from calanoid copepods. Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology
Volume: (B)45(3):585-591, figs. 1-2, tabs. 1-2. (15-vii-1973)
 
Gatten, R.R. & J.R. Sargent 1973 Wax ester biosysthesis in calanoid copepods in relation to vertical migration. In: Proceedings of the VII. European Symposium on marine Biology. Netherlands Journal of Sea Research
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Kattner, G. & M. Graeve 1991 Wax ester composition of the dominant calanoid copepods of the Greenland Sea/Fram Strait region. Polar Research
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Lee, R.F., J.C. Nevenzel & G.A. Paffenhöfer 1970 Wax esters in marine copepods. Science, New York
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Lee, R.F. & J. Hirota 1973 Wax esters in tropical zooplankton and nekton and the geographical distribution of wax esters in marine copepods. Limnology and Oceanography
Volume: 18(2):227-239, tabs. 1-7. (iii-1973)
 
Cavaletto, J.F., H.A. Verderploeg & W.S. Gardner 1989 Wax esters in two species of freshwater zooplankton. Limnology and Oceanography
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Phleger, C.F., M.M. Nelson, B.D. Mooney & P.D. Nichols 1999 Wax esters versus triacylglycerols in myctophid fishes from the Southern Ocean. Antarctic Science
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Russell, Y. 1987 Wax esther biosynthesis in a calanoid copepod, Calanus finmarchicus and a freshwater teleost, Trichogaster trichopterus. Ph.D. Thesis (Doctoral Dissertation), University of Aberdeen
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Madsen, M.L., E. Gaard & B.W. Hansen 2008 Wax-ester mobilization by female Calanus finmarchicus (Gunnerus) during spring ascendance and advection to the Faroe Shelf. ICES Journal of Marine Science - Journal du Conseil
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Feller, R.J. 2006 Weak meiofaunal trophic linkages in Crangon crangon and Carcinus maenus. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology
Volume: 330(1):274-283.
 
Granéli, E., P. Olsson, P. Carlsson, W. Graneli & C. Nylander 1993 Weak 'top-down' control of dinoflagellate growth in the coastal Skagerrak. Journal of Plankton Research
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Moloney, C.L., M.A. St John, K.L. Denman, D.M. Karl, F.W. Köster, S. Sundby & R.P. Wilson 2011 Weaving marine food webs from end to end under global change. Journal of Marine Systems
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Pohl, C. 1992 Wechselbeziehungen zwischen Spurenmetalkonzentrationen (Cd, Cu, Pb, Zn) im Meerwasser und in Zooplanktonorganismen (Copepoda) der Arktis und des Atlantiks. Berichte zur Polarforschung, Bremerhaven
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Szlauer, L. 1960 Wedrówki pionowe zooplankton w iecle bada samolówkowych. Polskie Archiwum Hydrobiologii
Volume: 8:63-86, figs. 1-11.
 
Kwiatkowski, S. & Z. Pokora 2004 Weed fishes from the river Brynica as a source and a vector of parasitic crustaceans. (Abstracts of the XX Zjazd PTP, Warszawa 2-4 IX 2004) Wiadomosci Parazytologiczne
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Abdel-Aziz, N.E. 2000 Weekly observations on zooplankton community in a sea-lake connection (Boughaz El-Maadiya), Egypt. Bulletin of the Faculty of Science, Alexandria University
Volume: 40(1,2):68-83.
 
Rüsch, M.E. 1958 Weibliche Heterogametie bei Cyclops viridis Jurine. Naturwissenschaften
Volume: 45:69, figs. 1-4. (ii-1958)
 
Beermann, W. 1954 Weibliche Heterogametie bei Copepoden. Chromosoma, Berlin
Volume: 6:381-396, figs. 1-13. (12-v-1954)
 
Omori, M. 1969 Weight and chemical composition of some important oceanic zooplankton in the North Pacific Ocean. Marine Biology, Berlin
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Mizdalski, E. 1988 Weight and length data of zooplankton in the Weddell Sea in austral spring 1986 (ANT V/3). Berichte zur Polarforschung, Bremerhaven
Volume: 55:1-72, figs. 1-29, tabs. 1-93.
 
Shmeleva, A.A. 1965 Weight characteristics of the zooplankton of the Adriatic Sea. Bulletin de l'Institut Océanographique, Monaco
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Kalmus, H. 1931 Weitere Beiträge zur Fauna der Tatraseen. Internationale Revue der Gesamten Hydrobiologie und Hydrographie
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Petkovski, T.K. 1955 Weitere Beiträge zur Kenntnis der Grundwasser Copepoden der Adriatischen Küste. Acta Musei Macedonici Scientiarum Naturalium, Skopje
Volume: 3(8):209-225, figs. 1-30. (9-xii-1955)
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Schuurmans Stekhoven, J.H. & A. Punt 1937 Weitere Beiträge zur Morphologie und Physiologie der Lernaeocera branchialis L. Zeitschrift für Parasitenkunde
Volume: 9(5):648-668, figs. 1-9. (15-ix-1937)
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Rehberg, H. 1880 Weitere Bemerkungen über die freilebenden Süsswasser-Copepoden. Abhandlungen des Naturwissenschaftlichen Vereins zu Bremen
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Heberer, G. 1937 Weitere Ergebnisse über die Bildung und Bau der Spermatophoren und Spermatophorenkoppelapparate bei calanoiden Copepoden. Verhandlungen der Deutschen Zoologischen Gesellschaft (= Zoologischer Anzeiger, Supplementband 10)
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Harder, W. 1954 Weitere experimentele Untersuchungen über das Verhalten von Copepoden gegenüber Sprungschichten. Kurze Mitt. fischbiol. Abt. Max-Planck Inst. Meeresbiol. Wilhelmsh.
Volume: 2:1-17, figs. 1-15. (iv-1954)
 
Morton, F. 1930 Weitere gleichzeitige Temperaturmessungen und Planktonfänge im Hallstatter See. Archiv für Hydrobiologie
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Kunz, H. 1963 Weitere Harpacticoiden (Crustacea Copepoda) von der südwestafrikanischen Küste. Zoologischer Anzeiger
Volume: 171(1-4):33-51, figs. 1-69, tabs. 1-3. (vii/viii-1963)
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Brehm, V. 1939 Weitere Mitteilungen über die Süsswasserfauna Uruguays. Zoologischer Anzeiger
Volume: 125(1-2):39-43, figs. 1-3. (15-i-1939)
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Brehm, V. 1937 Weitere Mitteilungen über die Süsswasserfauna Uruguays. I. Teil. Zoologischer Anzeiger
Volume: 120(5-6):120-125, figs. 1-4. (1-xi-1937)
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Brehm, V. 1937 Weitere Mitteilungen über die Süsswasserfauna von Uruguay. II. Teil. Zur Variabilität der Boeckella Bergi Rich. Zoologischer Anzeiger
Volume: 120(11-12):301-306, figs. 1-5. (31-xii-1937)
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Miculicich, M. 1905 Weitere Mitteilungen zur Kenntnis der Gattung Brachiella Cuv. Zoologischer Anzeiger
Volume: 28(21-22):733-736. (11-iv-1905)
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Imhoff, O.E. 1884 Weitere Mittheilung über die pelagische Fauna der Süsswasserbecken. Zoologischer Anzeiger
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Imhoff, O.E. 1885 Weitere Mittheilung über die pelagische und Tiefseefauna der Süsswasserbecken. Zoologischer Anzeiger
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Claus, C. 1893 Weitere Mittheilungen über die Antennengliederung und über die Gattungen der Cyclopiden. Anzeiger der Akademie der Wissenschaften in Wien, Mathematisch- Naturwissenschaftlichen Klasse
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Claus, C. 1857 Weitere Mittheilungen über die einheimischen Cyclopiden. Archiv für Naturgeschichte
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Petkovski, T.K. 1982 Weitere neue Elaphoidella-Arten (Copepoda, Harpacticoida) aus den subterranen Binnengewässern von Kuba. Acta Musei Macedonici Scientiarum Naturalium, Skopje
Volume: 16(5)(138):139-174, figs. 1-69, tab. 1, Maps 1-2. (15-iii-1982, English and Serbo-Croatian summaries.)
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Kiefer, F. 1936 Weitere neue Ruderfusskrebse (Crustacea Copepoda) aus Indien. (Aus den Ergebnissen der 'Yale North India Expedition', 1932). Zoologischer Anzeiger
Volume: 113(1-2):1-6, figs. 1-11. (2-i-1936)
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