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Lee, R.F., J.C. Nevenzel & G.A. Paffenhöfer 1971 Importance of wax esters and other lipids in the marine food chain: phytoplankton and copepods. Marine Biology, Berlin
Volume: 9(2):99-108, fig. 1, tabs. 1-5. (v-1971).
 
Lee, R.F. 1974

Lipid composition of the copepod Calanus hyperboreus from the Arctic Ocean. Changes with depth and season.

Marine Biology, Berlin
Volume: 26(4):313-318, fig. 1, tabs. 2-4. (16-ix-1974)
Wilson: paper
Quillfeldt, P., A. Michalik, G. Veit-Köhler, I.J. Strange & J.F. Masello 2010

Inter-annual changes in diet and foraging trip lengths in a small pelagic seabird, the thin-billed prion Pachyptila belcheri.

Marine Biology, Berlin
Volume: 157(9):2043-2050.
Wilson: PDF
Viherluoto, M. & M. Viitasalo 2001 Temporal variability in functional responses and prey selectivity of the pelagic mysid, Mysis mixta, in natural prey assemblages. Marine Biology, Berlin
Volume: 138(3):575-583.
 
Vidal, J. 1980 Physioecology of zooplankton. II. Effects of phytoplankton concentration, temperature, and body size on the development and moulting rates of Calanus pacificus and Pseudocalanus sp. Marine Biology, Berlin
Volume: 56(2):135-146, figs. 1-5, tabs. 1-7. (vii-1980)
 
Vidal, J. 1980 Physioecology of zooplankton. III. Effects of phytoplankton concentration, temperature, and body size on the metabolic rate of Calanus pacificus. Marine Biology, Berlin
Volume: 56(3):195-202, figs. 1-3, tabs. 1-5. (vii-1980)
 
Vidal, J. 1980 Physioecology of zooplankton. IV. Effects of phytoplankton concentration, temperature and body size on the net production efficiency of Calanus pacificus. Marine Biology, Berlin
Volume: 56(3):203-211, figs. 1-2, tabs. 1-2. (vii-1980)
 
Vidal, J. 1980 Physioecology of zooplankton. I. Effects of phytoplankton concentration, temperature, and body size on the growth rate of Calanus pacificus and Pseudocalanus sp. Marine Biology, Berlin
Volume: 56(2):111-134, figs. 1-9, tabs. 1-6. (vii-1980)
 
Viitasalo, M. 1992 Calanoid resting eggs in the Baltic Sea: implications for the population dynamics of Acartia bifilosa (Copepoda). Marine Biology, Berlin
Volume: 114(3):397-405, figs. 1-8, tabs. 1-2.
 
Viitasalo, M. & T. Katajisto 1994 Mesozooplankton resting eggs in the Baltic Sea: identification and vertical distribution in laminated and mixed sediments. Marine Biology, Berlin
Volume: 120(3):455-466.
 
Zurlini, G., I. Ferrari & A. Nassogne 1978 Reproduction and growth of Euterpina acutifrons (Copepoda: Harpacticoida) under experimental conditions. Marine Biology, Berlin
Volume: 46(1):59-64, fig. 1, tabs. 1-3. (30-iii-1978)
Wilson: paper
Verity, P.G. & T.J. Smayda 1989 Nutritional value of Phaeocystis pouchetii (Prymnesiophyceae) and other phytoplankton for Acartia spp. (Copepoda) ingestion, egg production and growth of nauplii. Marine Biology, Berlin
Volume: 100(2):161-172.
 
Stickney, R.R. & S.C. Knowles 1975 Summer plankton distribution in a Georgia estuary. Marine Biology, Berlin
Volume: 33(2):147-154, figs. 1-4, tab. 1. (21-xi-1975)
Wilson: paper
Santella, L. & I. Ianora 1990

Subitaneous and diapause eggs in Mediterranean populations of Pontella mediterranea (Copepoda: Calanoida).

Marine Biology, Berlin
Volume: 105(1):83-90, figs. 1-6, tab. 1.
Wilson: paper
Sargent, J.R., R. McIntosh, A. Bauermeister & J.H.S. Blaxter 1979 Assimilation of the wax esters of marine zooplankton by herring (Clupea harengus) and rainbow trout (Salmo gairdnerii). Marine Biology, Berlin
Volume: 51(3):203-207, tabs. 1-3. (2-iv-1979)
 
Sargent, J.R., R.J. Morris & R. McIntosh 1978 Biosynthesis of wax esters in oceanic crustaceans. Marine Biology, Berlin
Volume: 46(4):315-320, tabs. 1-3. (23-v-1978)
 
Sargent, J.R. & R. McIntosh 1974 Studies on the mechanism of biosynthesis of wax esters in Euchaeta norvegica. Marine Biology, Berlin
Volume: 25(4):271-277, figs. 1-2, tabs. 1-6. (1-viii-1974)
 
Sargent, J.R. & R.F. Lee 1975 Biosynthesis of lipids in zooplankton from Saanich Inlet, British Columbia, Canada. Marine Biology, Berlin
Volume: 31(1):15-23, tabs. 1-6. (30-vi-1975)
 
Sanders, J.G., R.W. Osman & G.F. Riedel 1989 Pathways of arsenic uptake and incorporation in estuarine phytoplankton and the filter-feeding invertebrates Eurytemora affinis, Balanus improvisus and Crassostrea virginica. Marine Biology, Berlin
Volume: 103(3):319-326.
 
Sands, M., S. Nicol & A. McMinn 1998 Fluoride in Antarctic marine crustaceans. Marine Biology, Berlin
Volume: 132(4):591-598.
 
Phillips, R.A., M.K. Petersen, K. Lilliendahl, J. Solmundsson, K.C Hamer, C.J. Camphuysen & B. Zonfrillo 1999 Diet of the northern fulmar Fulmarus glacialis: Reliance on commercial fisheries? Marine Biology, Berlin
Volume: 135(1):159-170. (x.1999)
 
Castel, J. & J. Veiga 1990 Distribution and retention of the copepod Eurytemora affinis hirundoides in a turbid estuary. Marine Biology, Berlin
Volume: 107:119-128.
 
Decho, A.W. & J.W. Fleeger 1988 Ontogenetic feeding shifts in the meiobenthic harpacticoid copepod Nitocra lacustris. Marine Biology, Berlin
Volume: 97(2):191-197, figs. 1-4.
Wilson: paper
Carpenter, E.J., B.B. Peck & S.J. Anderson 1974

Survival of copepods passing through a nuclear power station on northeastern Long Island Sound, U.S.A.

Marine Biology, Berlin
Volume: 24(1):49-55, figs. 1-5, tab. 1. (18-ii-1974)
Wilson: paper
Carman, K.R. & D. Thistle 1985 Microbial food partitioning by three species of benthic copepods. Marine Biology, Berlin
Volume: 88(2):143-148, figs. 1-2, tabs. 1-3. (viii-1985)
Wilson: paper
Carman, K.R., F.C. Dobbs & J.B. Guckert 1989 Comparison of three techniques for administering radiolabelled substrates to sediments for trophic studies: uptake of label by harpacticoid copepods. Marine Biology, Berlin
Volume: 102(1):119-125, figs. 1-6. (vii.1989)
 
Berman, M.S. & D.R. Heinle 1980 Modification of feeding behavior of marine copepods by sub-lethal concentrations of water accomodated fuel oil. Marine Biology, Berlin
Volume: 56(1):59-64, figs. 1-4. (v-1980)
 
Berggreen, U., B. Hansen & T. Kiörboe 1988 Food size spectra, ingestion and growth of the copepod Acartia tonsa during development: implications for determination of copepod production. Marine Biology, Berlin
Volume: 99(3):341-352. (x.1988)
 
Bell, S.S., G.R.F. Hicks & K. Walters 1988 Active swimming in meiobenthic copepods of seagrass beds: geographic comparisons of abundance and reproductive characteristics. Marine Biology, Berlin
Volume: 98(3):351-358.
 
Bell, S.S. & L.D. Coen 1982 Investigations on epibenthic meiofauna. 1. Abundances on and repopulation of the tube-caps of Diopatra cuprea (Polychaeta: Onuphidae) in a subtropical system. Marine Biology, Berlin
Volume: 67(3):303-309.
 
Bell, S.S. 1983 An experimental study of the relationship between below-ground structure and meiofaunal taxa. Marine Biology, Berlin
Volume: 76(1):33-39.
 
Ben Amotz, A., R. Fishler & A. Schneller 1987 Chemical composition of dietary species of marine unicellular algae and rotifers with emphasis on fatty acids. Marine Biology, Berlin
Volume: 95(1):31-36.
 
Head, E.J.H., A. Bedo & I.R. Harris 1988 Grazing, defecation and excretion rates of copepods from inter-island channels of the Canadian Arctic Archipelago. Marine Biology, Berlin
Volume: 99(3):333-340.
 
Head, E.J.H. 1986 Estimation of Arctic copepod grazing rates in vivo and comparison with two in vitro methods. Marine Biology, Berlin
Volume: 92(2):371-379.
Wilson: paper
Head, E.J.H. 1992 Comparison of the chemical composition of particulate material and copepod faecal pellets at stations off the coast of Labrador and in the Gulf of St. Lawrence. Marine Biology, Berlin
Volume: 112(4):593-600.
 
Head, E.J.H. 1992 Gut pigment accumulation and destruction by Arctic copepods in vitro and in situ. Marine Biology, Berlin
Volume: 112(4):583-592.
 
Hayward, T.L. 1980

Spatial and temporal feeding patterns of copepods from the North Pacific Central Gyre.

Marine Biology, Berlin
Volume: 58(4):295-309, figs. 1-8, tabs. 1-7. (xi-1980) (Also in: Contr. Scripps Instn, 1980(1): B 356).
Wilson: paper
Heinle, D.R. & D.A. Flemer 1975 Carbon requirements of a population of the estuarine copepod Eurytemora affinis. Marine Biology, Berlin
Volume: 31(3):235-247, figs. 1-6, tabs. 1-7. (31-vii-1975)
 
Heinle, D.R., R.P. Harris, J.F. Ustach & D.A. Flemer 1977 Detritus as food for estuarine copepods. Marine Biology, Berlin
Volume: 40(4):341-354, fig. 1, tabs. 1-10. (19-iv-1977)
 
Gamble, J.C. 1978 Copepod grazing during a declining spring phytoplankton bloom in the northern North Sea. Marine Biology, Berlin
Volume: 49(4):303-315, figs. 1-11, tabs. 1-3. (13-xii-1978)
 
Fulton, R.S., III & R.G. Wear 1985 Predatory feeding of the hydromedusae Obelia geniculata and Phialella quadrata. Marine Biology, Berlin
Volume: 87(1):47-54, figs. 1-4, tabs. 1-2. (vi-1985)
 
Marumo, K., F. Sato & Y. Ishikawa 1992 Experimental study on acute effects of the combined exposure to temperature increase and chlorination upon the marine copepod Acartia omorii. Marine Biology, Berlin
Volume: 114(2):235-240, figs. 1-2, tabs. 1-5. (x.1992)
 
Nishida, S. 1989 Distribution, structure and importance of the cephalic dorsal hump, a new sensory organ in calanoid copepods. Marine Biology, Berlin
Volume: 101(2):173-185, figs. 1-7, tabs. 1-3. (iv.1989)
Wilson: paper
Nival, P., S. Nival & I. Palazzoli 1972 Données sur la respiration de différentes organismes communs dans le plancton de Villefranche-sur-Mer. Marine Biology, Berlin
Volume: 17(1):63-76, figs. 1-3, tabs. 1-6. (xi-1972)
 
Niehoff, B., S.D. Madsen, B.W. Hansen & T.G. Nielsen 2002 Reproductive cycles of three dominant Calanus species in Disko Bay, West Greenland. Marine Biology, Berlin
Volume: 140(3): 567-576.
 
Nicol, S. 1987 Some limitations on the use of the lipofuscin ageing technique. Marine Biology, Berlin
Volume: 93(4):609-614.
 
Nemoto, T., J. Mauchline & K. Kamada 1976

Brood size and chemical composition of Pareuchaeta norvegica (Crustacea: Copepoda) in Loch Etive, Scotland.

Marine Biology, Berlin
Volume: 36(2):151-157, figs. 1-9. (4-vi-1976)
Wilson: paper
Masuzawa, T., M. Koyama & M. Terazaki 1988 A regularity in trace element content of marine zooplankton species. Marine Biology, Berlin
Volume: 97(4):587-591, figs. 1-3, tab. 1. (iv.1988)
 
Helland, S., J.C. Nejstgaard, R. Humlen, H. J. Fyhn & U. Båmstedt 2003 Effects of season and maternal food on Calanus finmarchicus reproduction, with emphasis on free amino acids. Marine Biology, Berlin
Volume: 142(6):1141-1151. DOI 10.1007/s00227-003-1045-4. Published online: 26 March 2003.
 
Heip, C., N. Smol & W. Hautekiet 1974 A rapid method of extracting meiobenthic nematodes and copeods from mud and detritus. Marine Biology, Berlin
Volume: 28(1):79-81, tabs.1-3.
Wilson: paper
Heip, C. & N. Smol 1976 Influence of temperature on the reproductive potential of two bracish water harpacticoids (Crustacea: Copepoda). Marine Biology, Berlin
Volume: 35(4):327-334, fig. 1.
Wilson: paper
Heinrich, A.K. 1971 On the near-surface plankton of the eastern South Pacific Ocean. Marine Biology, Berlin
Volume: 10(4): 290-294, figs. 1-2. (ix-1971)
Wilson: paper
Jeffries, H.P., M.S. Berman, A.D. Poularikas, C. Katsinis, I. Melas, K. Sherman & L. Bivens 1984 Automated sizing, counting and identification of zooplankton by pattern recognition. Marine Biology, Berlin
Volume: 78(3):329-334, figs. 1-5, tab. 1. (ii-1984)
 
Jerling, H.L. & T.H. Wooldridge 1992 Lunar influence on distribution of a calanoid copepod in the water column of a shallow, temperate estuary. Marine Biology, Berlin
Volume: 112(2):309-312, figs. 1-4, tab. 1. (ii.1992)
 
Jawed, M. 1973 Ammonia excretion by zooplankton and its significance to primary productivity during summer. Marine Biology, Berlin
Volume: 23(2):115-120, figs. 1-2, tabs. 1-2. (14-xii-1973)
 
Laabir, M., S.A. Poulet, A. Cueff & A. Ianora 1999 Effect of diet on levels of amino acids during embryonic and naupliar development of the copepod Calanus helgolandicus. Marine Biology, Berlin
Volume: 134(1):89-98.
 
Laabir, M., I. Buttino, A. Ianora, G. Kattner, S.A. Poulet, G. Romano, Y. Carotenuto & A. Miralto 2001 Effect of specific dinoflagellate and diatom diets on gamete ultrastructure and fatty acid profiles of the copepod Temora stylifera. Marine Biology, Berlin
Volume: 138(6):1241-1250.
 
Kehayias, G. (ed.) 2014 Zooplankton: species diversity, distribution and seasonal dynamics. Marine Biology, Nova Science Pub Inc
Volume: 137 pp. ISBN: 978-1-62948-720-5
 
Chang, Y.S., T.C. Chen, W.J. Liu, J.S. Hwang, G.H. Kou & C.F. Lo 2011

Assessment of the roles of copepod Apocyclops royi and bivalve mollusk Meretrix lusoria in white spot syndrome virus transmission.

Marine Biotechnology
Volume: 13(5):909-917.
 
Drillet, G., T. Rabarimanantsoa, S.P. Frouël, J.S. Lamson, A.M. Christensen, S. Kim-Tiam & B.W. Hansen 2011

Do inactivated microbial preparations improve life history traits of the copepod Acartia tonsa?

Marine Biotechnology
Volume: 13(5):831-836.
 
Chandler, G.T. & D.C. Volz 2004 Semiquantitative confocal laser scanning microscopy applied to marine invertebrate ecotoxicology. Marine Biotechnology
Volume: 6(2):128-137.
 
Yazawa, R., M. Yasuike, J. Leong, K.R. von Schalburg, G.A. Cooper, M. Beetz-Sargent, A. Robb, W.S. Davidson, S.R. Jones & B.F. Koop 2008 EST and mitochondrial DNA sequences support a distinct Pacific form of salmon louse, Lepeophtheirus salmonis. Marine Biotechnology
Volume: 10(6):741-749.
 
Teerawanichpan, P. & X. Qiu 2012

Molecular and Functional Analysis of Three Fatty Acyl-CoA Reductases with Distinct Substrate Specificities in Copepod Calanus finmarchicus.

Marine Biotechnology (New York Springer)
Volume: 14(2):227-236.
 
Chavez-Mardones, J. & C. Gallardo-Escarate 2015

Next-generation transcriptome profiling of the salmon louse Caligus rogercresseyi exposed to Deltamethrin (AlphaMax(TM)): Discovery of relevant genes and sex-related differences.

Marine Biotechnology (New York Springer)
Volume: 17(6):793-810. Dec 2015
 
Lindeque, P.K. & G.R. Smerdon 2003 Temporal transcription of two antennapedia class homeobox genes in the marine copepod Calanus helgolandicus. Marine Biotechnology (New York)
Volume: 5(6):604-615.
 
Mocz, G. 2007 Fluorescent proteins and their use in marine biosciences, biotechnology, and proteomics. Marine Biotechnology (New York)
Volume: 9(3): 305-328.
 
Machida, R.J., U.M. Miya, M. Nishida & S. Nishida 2002 Complete mitochondrial DNA sequence of Tigriopus japonicus (Crustacea: Copepoda). Marine Biotechnology New York
Volume: 4 (4): 406-417.
Wilson: paper
Kiesling, T.L., E. Wilkinson, J. Rabalais, P.B. Ortner, M. McCabe-Mead & J.W. Fell 2002 Rapid identification of adult and naupliar stages of copepods using DNA hybridization methodology. Marine Biotechnology New York
Volume: 4 (1): 30-39.
 
Graeve, M. & G. Kattner 1992 Species-specific differences in intact wax esters of Calanus hyperboreus and C. finmarchicus from Fram Strait - Greenland Sea. Marine Chemistry
Volume: 39(4):269-281.
 
Nöthig, E.M., U. Bathmann, J.C. Jennings, Jr., E. Fahrbach, R. Gradinger, L.I. Gordon & Makarov 1991 Regional relationships between biological and hydrographical properties in the Weddell Gyre in late austral winter 1989. Marine Chemistry
Volume: 35(1-4):325-336.
 
Mayzaud, P., J. Laureillard, D. Merien, A. Brinis, C. Godard, S. Razouls & J.P. Labat 2007 Zooplankton nutrition, storage and fecal lipid composition in different water masses associated with the Agulhas and Subtropical Fronts. Marine Chemistry
Volume: 107(2):202-213.
 
Alonzo, F. & P. Mayzaud 1999 Spectrofluorometric quantification of neutral and polar lipids in zooplankton using Nile red. Marine Chemistry
Volume: 67(3-4):289-301.
 
Sato, M., S. Takeda & K. Furuya 2007 Iron regeneration and organic iron(III)-binding ligand production during in situ zooplankton grazing experiment. Marine Chemistry
Volume: 106(3-4):471-488.
 
Tengberg, A., P.O.J. Hall, U. Andersson, B. Lindén, O. Styrenius, G. Boland, F. de Bovee, B. Carlsson, S. Ceradini, A. Devol, G. Duineveld, J.U. Friemann, R.N. Glud, A. Khhripounoff, J. Leather, P. Linke, L. Lund-Hansen, G. Rowe, P. Santschi, P. de Wilde & U. Witte 2005 Intercalibration of benthic flux chambers: II. Hydrodynamic characterization and flux comparisons of 14 different designs. Marine Chemistry
Volume: 94:147-173.
 
Claustre, H., S.A. Poulet, R. Williams, F. Ben-Mlih, V. Martin-Jezequel & J.V. Marty 1992 Relationship between the qualitative nature of particles and copepod faeces in the Irish Sea. Marine Chemistry
Volume: 40(3-4):231-248.
 
Albers, C.S., G. Kattner & W. Hagen 1996 The composition of wax esters, triacylglycerols and phospholipids in Arctic and Antarctic copepods: Evidence of energetic adaptations. Marine Chemistry
Volume: 55(3-4):347-358.
 
Nelson, N.B., C.A. Carlson & D.K. Steinberg 2004 Production of chromophoric dissolved organic matter by Sargasso Sea microbes. Marine Chemistry
Volume: 89(1-4):273-287.
 
Buesseler, K.O., C.R. Benitez-Nelson, S.B. Moran, A. Burd, M. Charette, J.K. Cochran, L. Coppola, N.S. Fisher, S.W. Fowler, W.D. Gardner, L.D. Guo, O. Gustafson, C. Lamborg, P. Masque, J.C. Miguel, U. Passow, P.H. Santschi, N. Savoyr, G. Stewart & T. Trull 2006 An assessment of particulate organic carbon to thorium-234 ratios in the ocean and their impact on the application of 234Th as a POC flux proxy. Marine Chemistry
Volume: 100(3-4):213-233.
 
Kattner, G., M. Graeve & W. Hagen 2012 Energy reserves of Southern Ocean copepods: Triacylglycerols with unusually long-chain monounsaturated fatty acids. Marine Chemistry
Volume: 138:41102.
 
Boyd, P.W., D.S. Mackie & K.A. Hunter 2010 Aerosol iron deposition to the surface ocean — Modes of iron supply and biological responses. Marine Chemistry
Volume: 120(1-4):128-143.
 
Gogou, A. & E.G. Stephanou 2004 Marine organic geochemistry of the Eastern Mediterranean 2. Polar biomarkers in Cretan Sea surficial sediments. Marine Chemistry
Volume: 85(1-2):1-25.
 
Kattner, G. & M. Krause 1989 Seasonal variation in lipds (wax esters, fatty acids and alcohols) in calanoid copepods from the North Sea. Marine Chemistry
Volume: 26(3):261-276.
 
Orefice, I., A. Gerecht, G. d'Ippolito, A. Fontana, A. Ianora & G. Romano 2015 Determination of lipid hydroperoxides in marine diatoms by the FOX2 assay. Marine Drugs
Volume: 13(9):5767-5783. 10.3390/md13095767 SEP 2015
 
Breckels, M.N., N.W.F.; Bode, E.A. Codling & M. Steinke 2013

Effect of grazing-mediated dimethyl sulfide (DMS) production on the swimming behavior of the copepod Calanus helgolandicus.

Marine Drugs
Volume: 11(7):2486-2500. 10.3390/md11072486
 
Band-Schmidt, C.J., J.J. Bustillos-Guzmán, D.J. López-Cortés, I. Gárate-Lizárraga, E.J. Núñez-Vázquez & F.E. Hernández-Sandoval 2010

Ecological and physiological studies of Gymnodinium catenatum in the Mexican Pacific: A review.

Marine Drugs
Volume: 8(6):1935-1961.
 
Caramujo, M.J., C.C.R. de Carvalho, S.J. Silva & K.R. Carman 2012 Dietary Carotenoids Regulate Astaxanthin Content of Copepods and Modulate Their Susceptibility to UV Light and Copper Toxicity. Marine Drugs
Volume: 10(5):998-1018.
 
Lettieri, A., R. Esposito, A. Ianora & A. Spagnuolo 2015 Ciona intestinalis as a marine model system to study some key developmental genes targeted by the diatom-derived aldehyde decadienal. Marine Drugs
Volume: 13(3):1451-1465. 10.3390/md13031451 MAR 2015
 
Haroardottir, S., M. Pancic, A. Tammilehto, B. Krock, E.F. Moller, T.G. Nielsen & N. Lundholm 2015

Dangerous relations in the arctic marine food web: interactions between toxin producing Pseudonitzschia diatoms and Calanus copepodites.

Marine Drugs
Volume: 13(6):3809-3835. 10.3390/md13063809 JUN 2015
 
Muller-Navarra, D.C. & M.E. Huntley 2013 Bioactive compounds offered in microcapsules to determine the nutritional value of copepods' natural diet. Marine Drugs
Volume: 11(7):2459-2471. 10.3390/md11072459
 
Romano, G., E. Manzo, G.L. Russo, G. d'Ippolito, A. Cutignano, M. Russo & A. Fontana 2013 Design and synthesis of pro-apoptotic compounds inspired by diatom oxylipins. Marine Drugs
Volume: 11(11):4527-4543. 10.3390/md11114527
 
Caldwell, G.S. 2009 The influence of bioactive oxylipins from marine diatoms on invertebrate reproduction and development. Marine Drugs
Volume: 7(3):367-400.
 
Morillo-Garcia, S., N. Valcarcel-Perez, A. Cozar, M.J. Ortega, D. Macias, E. Ramirez-Romero, C.M. Garcia, F. Echevarria & A. Bartual 2014 Potential polyunsaturated aldehydes in the Strait of Gibraltar under two tidal regimes. Marine Drugs
Volume: 12(3):1438-1459. 10.3390/md12031438 MAR 2014
 
Varrella, S., G.; Romano, A. Ianora, M.G. Bentley, N. Ruocco & M. Costantini 2014

Molecular response to toxic diatom-derived aldehydes in the sea urchin Paracentrotus lividus.

Marine Drugs
Volume: 12(4):2089-2113. 10.3390/md12042089 APR 2014
 
Bartual, A., N. Arandia-Gorostidi, A. Cozar, S. Morillo-Garcia, M.J. Ortega, M. Vidal, A.M. Cabello, J.I. Gonzalez-Gordillo & F. Echevarria 2014

Polyunsaturated aldehydes from large phytoplankton of the Atlantic Ocean surface (42 degrees N to 33 degrees S).

Marine Drugs
Volume: 12(2):682-699. 10.3390/md12020682 FEB 2014
 
Cusick, K.D. & G.S. Sayler 2013 An overview on the marine neurotoxin, saxitoxin: genetics, molecular targets, methods of detection and ecological functions. Marine Drugs
Volume: 11(4):991-1018. 10.3390/md11040991
 
Hubareva, E.S., I.S. Svetlichny, Z.A. Romanova, G.I. Abolmasova, B.E. Annins & A.E. Kideys 2004 Recent state of zooplankton community in Sevastopol Bay after the invasion of ctenophore Beroe ovata into the Black Sea (1999 - 2003). Marine Ecological Journal
Volume: 1:39-46.
 
Germán-Rodríguez, J., M. Incera & J. López 2008 Ecophysiological response of meiofauna to physicochemical gradients in intertidal sandy sediments. Marine Ecology
Volume: 29(Supplement 1):60-69.
 
Avila, C., S. Taboada & L. Núñez-Pons 2008 Antarctic marine chemical ecology: what is next? Marine Ecology
Volume: 29(1):1-71.
 
Turner, J.T. 1985 Zooplankton feeding ecology: contents of fecal pellets of the copepod Anomalocera ornata from continental shelf and slope waters of the Gulf of Mexico. Marine Ecology
Volume: 6(4):285-298.
Wilson: paper
Turner, J.T. & D.M. Anderson 1983 Zooplankton grazing during dinoflagelate blooms in a Cape Cod embayment, with observations of predation upon tintinnids by copepods. Marine Ecology
Volume: 4(4):359-374.
Wilson: paper
Turk, V., D. Lucic, V. Flander-Putrle & A. Malej 2008 Feeding of Aurelia sp. (Scyphozoa) and links to the microbial food web. Marine Ecology
Volume: 29(4):495-505.
 
Paffenhöfer, G.A., M.G. Mazzocchi & M.W. Tzeng 2006 Living on the edge: feeding of subtropical open ocean copepods. Marine Ecology
Volume: 27(2):99-108.
 
Paffenhöfer, G.-A., B.F. Sherr & E.B. Sherr 2007 From small scales to the big picture: persistence mechanisms of planktonic grazers in the oligotrophic ocean. Marine Ecology
Volume: 28(2):243-253.
 
Lee, D.B., H.Y. Song, C. Park & K.JH. Choi 2012 Copepod feeding in a coastal area of active tidal mixing: diel and monthly variations of grazing impacts on phytoplankton biomass. Marine Ecology
Volume: 33(1):88-105.
 
Ivanenko, V.N., P.H.C. Corgosinho, F. Ferrari, P.M. Sarradin & J. Sarrazin 2012

Microhabitat distribution of Smacigastes micheli (Copepoda: Harpacticoida: Tegastidae) from deep-sea hydrothermal vents at the Mid-Atlantic Ridge, 37 degrees N (Lucky Strike), with a morphological description of its nauplius.

Marine Ecology
Volume: 33(2):246-256.
 
Soetaert, K., C. Heip & M. Vincx 1991 The meiobenthos along a Mediterranean deep-sea transect off Calvi (Corsica) and in an adjacent canyon. Marine Ecology
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