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Rolbiecki, L. & J. Rokicki 2000 The topographic specificity of Achtheres percarum Nordmann, 1932 (Copepoda: Lernaeopodidae) in the pike-perch Stizostedion lucioperca (L., 1758). Crangon, Issues of the Marine Biology Center in Gdynia
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Fisher, L.R. 1962 The total lipid material in some species of marine zooplankton. Rapports et Procès-Verbaux des Réunions de la Commission Internationale pour l'Exploration Scientifique de la Mer Mediterranée, Monaco
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Morley, C. 1943 The total living fauna of Suffolk. Transactions Suffolk Naturalist Society
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Wimpenny, R.S. & E. Titterington 1936 The tow-net plankton of Lake Qarum, Egypt, December 1930 to December 1931. Notes Mem. Fishery Res. Dir., Cairo
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Barnes, H. & F.A. Stanbury 1948 The toxic action of copper and mercury salts, both separately and when mixed on the harpacticid copepod, Nitocra spinipes (Boeck). Journal of Experimental Biology
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Lanzky, P.F. & B. Halling-Sorensen 1997 The toxic effect of the antibiotic metronidazole on aquatic organisms. Chemosphere
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Galbraith, L. & C.W. Burns 1997 The toxic effects of rubber contaminants on microbial food webs and zooplankton of two lakes of different trophic status. Hydrobiologia
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Hose, G.C., K. Symington, M.J. Lott & M.J. Lategan 2016 The toxicity of arsenic(III), chromium(VI) and zinc to groundwater copepods. Environmental Science And Pollution Research
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Prasad, G. 1959 The toxicity of common salt to Cyclops. Res. J. Hindi Sci. Acad.
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Lehtinen, K.J., B.E. Bengtsson & B. Bergström 1984 The toxicity of effluents from a TiO2 plant to the harpacticoid copepod Nitocra spinipes Boeck. Marine Environmental Research
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Willis, K.J. & N. Ling 2003 The toxicity of emamectin benzoate, an aquaculture pesticide, to planktonic marine copepods. Aquaculture
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Verriopoulos, G., S. Dimas, I. Karakasis, E. Miliou & M. Moraitou-Apostolopoulou 1990 The toxicity of mixtures of pollutants in marine crustacea. Third Hellenic Symposium of Oceanography and Fisheries. Athens14 17/5/1990.
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Wells, P.G. 1984 The toxicity of oil spill dispersants to marine organisms: a current perspective. In: Allen, T.E. (ed.). Oil Spill Chemical Dispersants: Research, Experience and Recommendations. A Symposium Sponsored by ASTM Committee F-20 on Hazardous Substances and Oil Spill Response, West Palm Beach, Florida, October 12-13, 1982. American Society for Testing and Materials, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
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Svobodova, Z., J. Bulinova, J. Machova, B. Vykusova & R. Faina 1986 The toxicity of selected organic dyes to aquatic organisms. Prace VURH (Vyzkumny Ustav Rybarsky a Hydrobiologicky) Vodnany
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Crane, M., T. Flower, D. Holmes & S. Watson 1992 The toxicity of selenium in experimental freshwater ponds. Archives of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology
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Pascal, P.Y., J.W. Fleeger, F. Galvez & K.R. Carman 2010 The toxicological interaction between ocean acidity and metals in coastal meiobenthic copepods. Marine Pollution Bulletin
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Ho, T.Y., L.S. Wen, C.F. You & D.C. Lee 2007 The trace metal composition of size-fractionated plankton in the South China Sea: Biotic versus abiotic sources. Limnology and Oceanography
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Videler, J.J. & L.A. van Duren 1996 The trade off between feeding, mate seeking and predator avoidance in copepods: behavioural responses to chemical cues. Journal of Plankton Research
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van Duren, L.A. & J.J. Videler 1996 The trade-off between feeding, mate seeking and predator avoidance in copepods: behavioral responses to chemical cues. Journal of Plankton Research
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Gemmell, B.J. & E.J. Buskey 2011 The transition from nauplii to copepodites: susceptibility of developing copepods to fish predators. Journal of Plankton Research
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Onabamiro, S.D. 1951 The transmission of Dracunculus medinensis by Thermocyclops nigerianus, as observed in a village in south-west Nigeria. Annals of Tropical Medicine and Parasitology
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Mesa, M., E. Arneri, V. Caputo & M. Iglesias 2005 The transparent goby, Aphia minuta: Review of biology and fisheries of a paedomorphic European fish. Reviews in Fish Biology and Fisheries
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Gagnon, M. & G. Lacroix 1983 The transport and retention of zooplankton in relation to a sill in a tidal estuary. Journal of Plankton Research
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Wright, Derek D. 2008 The transport, transformation, and trophic transfer of bioactive metals in an urban impacted buoyant river plume. Ph.D. Thesis, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, New Jersey, U.S.A.
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Demir, N. & D. Atay 2002 The treatment efficiency of plankton in the Ivedek drinking water treatment plant, Ankara. Turkish Journal of Biology
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Davis, H.S. 1944 The treatment of fish diseases. Fishery Leaflet, Fish and Wildlife Service, United States Department of the Interior, Chicago, Illinois
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Dawes, B. 1956 The Trematoda. With special reference to British and other European forms. University Press, Cambridge, England
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Hirch, S. & B. Christiansen 2010 The trophic blockage hypothesis is not supported by the diets of fishes on Seine Seamount. Marine Ecology: An Evolutionary Perspective
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Llopiz, J.K. 2008 The trophic ecologies of larval billfishes, tunas, and coral reef fishes in the Straits of Florida: Piscivory, selectivity, and niche separation. Ph.D. Dissertation, University of Miami, Miami, Florida, U.S.A.
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Nyunja, J.A. 2002 The trophic ecology of pelagic fish species in Mtwapa Creek and Shimoni Channel, Kenyan coast. M.Sc. Thesis, University of Nairobi, Nairobi, Kenya.
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McKinnon, A.D., L.A. Trott, M. Cappo, D.K. Miller, S. Duggan, P. Speare & A. Davidson 2002 The trophic fate of shrimp farm effluent in mangrove creeks of North Queensland, Australia. Estuarine and Coastal Shelf Science
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Kramer, M.J., O. Bellwood & D.R. Bellwood 2013 The trophic importance of algal turfs for coral reef fishes: the crustacean link. Coral Reefs
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Gresty, K.A. & C. Quarmby 1991 The trophic level of Mytilicola intestinalis (Steuer) in Mytilus edulis (L.), as determined from stable isotope analysis. In: Uye, S.I., S. Nishida & J.S. Ho (eds.). Proceedings of the Fourth International Conference on Copepoda. Bulletin of Plankton Society of Japan, Special Volume:
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Gresty, K.A. & C. Quarmby 1990 The trophic level of Mytilicola intestinalis in Mytilus edulis, as determined from stable isotope analysis. In: World Association of Copepodologists: Fourth International Conference on Copepoda, Karuizawa, Japan, 16-20 September 1990. Program and Abstracts:
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Morena, C., T. Rueda & G. Asencio 1986 The trophic niche of Pleuragramma antarcticum in Bransfield Strait, Antarctica: quantitative comparison with other areas of the Southern Ocean. Serie Cientifico del Instituto Antártico Chileno (INACH)
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Hamerlynck, O., P. Van de Vyver & C.R. Janssen 1990 The trophic position of Pomatoschistus lozanoi (Pisces: Gobiidae) in the Southern Bight. In: Barnes, M. & R.N. Gibson (eds.). Trophic Relationships in the Marine Environment: Proceedings of the 24th European Marine Biology Symposium. European Marine Biology Symposia
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Levinsen, H. & T.G. Nielsen 2002 The trophic role of marine pelagic ciliates and heterotrophic dinoflagellates in arctic and temperate coastal ecosystems: a cross-latitude comparison. Limnology and Oceanography
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Dam, H.G., C.A. Miller & S.H. Jonasdottir 1993 The trophic role of mesozooplankton at 47oN, 20oW during the North Atlantic Bloom Experiment. Deep-Sea Research
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Torres-Bejarano, A.M., S.R. Duque & P. Caraballo 2014 The trophic role of zooplankton in a floodplain lake of Colombian amazon, through stable isotopes analysis. Caldasia
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Calbet, A. 2008 The trophic roles of microzooplankton in marine systems. Proceedings of the 4th International Zooplankton Production Symposium. ICES Journal of Marine Science: Jornal du Conseil
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Weisse, T., K.S. Tande, P. Verity, F. Hansen & W. Gieskes 1994 The trophic significance of Phaeocystis blooms. Journal of Marine Systems
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Hall, R.O., Jr. & J.L. Meyer 1998 The trophic significance of bacteria in a detritus-based stream food web. Ecology
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Robertson, J.G. 1954 The trophic status of Port John Lake, British Columbia. Journal of the Fisheries Research Board of Canada
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Gophen, M. & B. Azoulay 2002 The trophic status of zooplankton communities in Lake Kinneret (Israel). Verhandlungen der Internationale Vereinigung für Theoretische und Angewandte Limnologie
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Samyshev, E.Z., G.V. Voloshina & E.V. Budnichenko 1986 The trophic structure of the Antarctic zooplankton. In: Sokolova, M.N. (ed.). Pitanie morskikh bespozvonochnykh v estestvennykh usloviyakh. [Feeding of marine invertebrates in natural habitat], Shirshov Inst. of Oceanology, Moscow:1-114. (Russian).
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Bodin, P., D. Boucher, J. Guillou & M. Guillou 1985 The trophic system of the benthic communities in the bay of Douarnenez (Brittany). In: Gibbs, P.E. (ed.). Proceedings of the XIX. European Marine Biology Symposium, Plymouth, Devon, 16-21 Sept. 1984. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge.
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Wang, W.X., J.W. Qiu & P.Y. Qian 1999 The trophic transfer of Cd, Cr, and Se in the barnacle Balanus amphitrite from planktonic food. Marine Ecology Progress Series
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Fisher, N.S. & J.R. Reinfelder 1995 The trophic transfer of metals in marine systems. In: Tessier, A. & D.R. Turner (eds.). Metal Speciation and Bioavailability in Aquatic Systems. John Wiley & Sons, Chichester
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Nagata, T., K. Takai, K.I. Kawabata, M. Nakanishi & J. Urabe 1996 The trophic transfer via a picoplankton-flagellate-copepod food chain during a picocyanobacterial bloom in Lake Biwa. Archiv für Hydrobiologie
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Saunders, R.A., M.A. Collins, E. Foster, R. Shreeve, G. Stowasser, P. Ward & G.A. Tarling 2014 The trophodynamics of Southern Ocean Electrona (Myctophidae) in the Scotia Sea. Polar Biology
Volume: 37(6):789-807. 10.1007/s00300-014-1480-3 JUN 2014
Godhantaraman, N., C. Kaliyaperumal, & K. Krishnamurthy 1990 The trophodynamics with special reference to tintinnids and copepods in the tropical mangrove ecosystem. In: World Association of Copepodologists: Fourth International Conference on Copepoda, Karuizawa, Japan, 16-20 September 1990. Program and Abstracts:
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Anonymous 2002 The trouble with sealice. Scientific community calls for more research, systematic approach needed. Northern Aquaculture
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Elmgren, R., S. Hansson, U. Larsson, B. Sundelin & P.D. Boehm 1983 The 'Tsesis' oil spil: acute and longterm impact on the benthos. Marine Biology, Berlin
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Robinson, H.E., C.M. Finelli & E.J. Buskey 2007 The turbulent life of copepods: effects of water flow over a coral reef on their ability to detect and evade predators. Marine Ecology Progress Series
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Robinson, H.E. 2006 The turbulent lives of copepods: how flow over a coral reef affects their ability to detect predators. M.Sc. Thesis, Marine Science Institute, The University of Texas at Austin, Port Aransas, Texas, U.S.A.
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Conover, R.J. 1961 The turnover of phosphorus by Calanus finmarchicus. Addendum to: S.M. Marshall & A.P. Orr, On the biology of Calanus finmarchicus XII. The phosphorus cycle, excretion, egg production, autolysis. Journal of the Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom
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Jones, J.B. 1983 The type of Clavella scarti Kroyer, 1838, a parasitic copepod of uncertain genus. Crustaceana (Leiden)
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Lützen, J. 1966 The type of sexuality in Gonophysema, Aphanodomus and Xenocoeloma (parasitic copepods of invertebrates). Proceedings of the Ist International Congress of Parasitology
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Piasecki, W. 1993 The types of Copepoda parasitic on fishes deposited in the Zoological Museum Berlin. Mitteilungen aus dem Zoologischen Museum, Berlin
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Schminke, H.K. 1976 The ubiquitous telson and the deceptive furca. Crustaceana (Leiden)
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Cheney, K.L. & I.M. Coté 2003 The ultimate effect of being cleaned: does ectoparasite removal have reproductive consequences for damselfish clients? Behavioral Ecology
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Chen, X.Y. 1988 The ultrastructural observations on the alimentary canal in Calanus sinicus and Calanopia thompsoni. 1. Forgut [sic] and hindgut. Tropic Oceanology
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Chen, X.Y. 1988 The ultrastructural observations on the alimentary canal in Calanus sinicus and Calanopia thompsoni. 2. Midgut. Tropic Oceanology
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Oldewage, W.H. 1994 The ultrastructure and function of cuticular spines in the parasite Holobomolochus. Journal of the South African Veterinary Association, Tydskrif van die Suid-Afrikaanse Veterinêre Vereniging
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Voronin, V.N. 1991 The ultrastructure of Encephalitozoon vrevi sp. n. (Protozoa, Microsporidia) from the cyclope [cyclopod] Macrocyclops distinctus (Rich.) (Crustacea, Copepoda). Tsitologiya
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Elofsson, R. 1971 The ultrastructure of a chemoreceptor organ in the head of copepod crustaceans. Acta Zoologica, Stockholm
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Koester, M.,R. Sietmann, A. Meuche & G.A. Paffenhoefer 2011 The ultrastructure of a doliolid and a copepod fecal pellet. Journal of Plankton Research
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Grant, H.J. & P.J. Whitfield 1988 The ultrastructure of the spermatozoon of Lernaeocera branchialis (Copepoda: Pennellidae). In: Boxshall, G.A. & H.K. Schminke (eds.). Biology of Copepods. Proceedings of the Third International Conference on Copepoda. Dev. Hydrobiol., Kluwer Academic Publishers. Dordrecht, Boston, London.
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Grant, H.J. & P.J. Whitfield 1987 The ultrastructure of the spermatozoon of Lernaeocera branchialis. In: World Association of Copepodologists: Third International Conference on Copepoda, British Museum (Natural History), London, 10-14 August 1987, Program and Abstracts
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Stutzman, P.L. 1996 The ultraviolet photobiology of freshwater Calanoid copepods: seasonal, population and dietary influences (Diaptomus minutus & D.oregonensis). Dissertation Abstracts International, B, Sciences and Engineering
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