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Lenz, P.H. & D.K. Hartline 1999

Reaction times and force production during escape behavior of a calanoid copepod, Undinula vulgaris.

Marine Biology, Berlin
Volume: 133(2):249-258. (iii.1999)
Wilson: paper
Schneider, Gerald, J. Lenz & M. Rolke 1994

Zooplankton standing stock and community size structure within the epipelagic zone: a comparison between the central Red Sea and the Gulf of Aden.

Marine Biology, Berlin
Volume: 119(2):191-198, figs 1-8.
 
Schneider, Gerald 1990

A comparison of carbon based ammonia excretion rates between gelatinous and non-gelatinous zooplankton: implications and consequences.

Marine Biology, Berlin
Volume: 106(2):219-225, figs. 1-2, tabs. 1-6.
 
Lawson, T.J. 1977 Community interactions and zoogeography of the Indian Ocean Candaciidae (Copepoda: Calanoida). Marine Biology, Berlin
Volume: 43(1):71-92, figs. 1-110, tabs. 1-4. (9-ix-1977)
Wilson: paper
Le Borgne, R., J. Blanchot & L. Charpy 1989 Zooplankton of Tikehau atoll (Tuamotu archipelago) and its relation to particulate matter. Marine Biology, Berlin
Volume: 102(3):341-353, figs. 1-7, tabs. 1-12. (ix.1989)
 
Lazzaretto-Colombera, I. 1976 Chromosome number in ten species of the genus Tisbe (Copepoda: Harpacticoida). Marine Biology, Berlin
Volume: 38:159-162, fig. 1, tabs. 1-2. (30-x-1976)
Wilson: paper
Lazzaretto, I. & B. Salvato 1992 Cannibalistic behaviour in the harpacticoid copepod Tigriopus fulvus. Marine Biology, Berlin
Volume: 113(4):579-582, fig. 1 tabs. 1-4. (viii.1992)
 
Legier-Visser, M.F., J.G. Mitchell, A. Okubo & J.A. Fuhrman 1986 Mechanoreception in calanoid copepods. A mechanism for prey detection. Marine Biology, Berlin
Volume: 90(4):529-535, figs. 1-3, tab. 1. (iii.1986)
 
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).
Wilson: paper
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
Durbin, E.G., M.C. Casas, T.A. Rynearson & D.C. Smith 2008 Measurement of copepod predation on nauplii using qPCR of the cytochrome oxidase I gene. Marine Biology, Berlin
Volume: 153(4):699-707.
 
Dürbaum, J. 1995 Discovery of postcopulatory mate guarding in Copepoda Harpacticoida (Crustacea). Marine Biology, Berlin
Volume: 123(1):81-88.
Wilson: paper
Dugas, J.C. & J.A. Koslow 1984 Microsetella norvegica: a rare report of a potentially abundant copepod on the Scotian Shelf. Marine Biology, Berlin
Volume: 84(2):131-134, fig. 1, tab. 1. (xii-1984)
Wilson: paper
Doall, M.H., J.R. Strickler, D.M. Fields & J. Yen 2002 Mapping the free-swimming attack volume of a planktonic copepod, Euchaeta rimana. Marine Biology, Berlin
Volume: 140(4): 871-879, 881-882
 
Dolan, J.R. 1991 Microphagous ciliates in mesohaline Chesapeake Bay waters: estimates of growth rates and consumption by copepods. Marine Biology, Berlin
Volume: 111(2):303-309.
 
Donaghay, P.L. & L.F. Small 1979

Food selection capabilities of the estuarine copepod Acartia clausi.

Marine Biology, Berlin
Volume: 52(2):137-146, figs. 1-3, tabs. 1-4. (21-v-1979)
Wilson: paper
Donaghay, P.L. & L.F. Small 1979 Long-term food modification by Acartia clausi: a preliminary view. Marine Biology, Berlin
Volume: 52(2):129-136, figs. 1-5. (21-v-1979)
 
Diel, S. & K.S. Tande 1992 Does the spawning of Calanus finmarchicus in high latitudes follow a reproducible pattern? Marine Biology, Berlin
Volume: 113(1):21-31, figs. 1-9, tabs. 1-4. (v.1992)
 
Diel, S. & W.C.M. Klein Breteler 1986 Growth and development of Calanus ssp. (Copepoda) during spring phytoplankton succession in the North Sea. Marine Biology, Berlin
Volume: 91(1):85-92, figs. 1-5, tabs. 1-3. (iv.1986)
 
Williams, R. & D. Briton 1986 Speech recognition as a means of enumeration in the analysis of biological samples. Marine Biology, Berlin
Volume: 92:595-598.
 
Williams, R. & D.B. Robins 1982 Effects of preservation on wet weight, dry weight, nitrogen and carbon contents of Calanus helgolandicus (Crustacea, Copepoda). Marine Biology, Berlin
Volume: 71(3):271-281. (xi-1982).
 
Williams, R. & D.V.P. Conway 1980

Vertical distribution of Calanus finmarchicus and C. helgolandicus (Crustacea: Copepoda).

Marine Biology, Berlin
Volume: 60(1):57-61, figs. 1-2. (xii-1980)
Wilson: paper
Williams, R. 1985

Vertical distribution of Calanus finmarchicus and C. helgolandicus in relation to the development of the seasonal thermocline in the Celtic Sea.

Marine Biology, Berlin
Volume: 86(2):145-149, figs. 1-6. (v-1985)
Wilson: paper
Williams, R. & D.V.P. Conway 1984

Vertical distribution, and seasonal and diurnal migration of Calanus helgolandicus in the Celtic Sea.

Marine Biology, Berlin
Volume: 79(1):63-73, figs. 1-13. (iii-1984)
Wilson: paper
Williams, R. & N.R. Collins 1985 Chaetognaths and ctenophores in the holoplankton of the Bristol Channel. Marine Biology, Berlin
Volume: 85(1):97-107.
 
Williams, R. & N.R. Collins 1986 Seasonal composition of the meroplankton and holoplankton in the Bristol Channel. Marine Biology, Berlin
Volume: 92:93-101.
 
Williams, R. & S.A. Poulet 1986 Relationship between the zooplankton, phytoplankton, particulate matter and dissolved free amino acids in the Celtic Sea. I. Unstratified water conditions. Marine Biology, Berlin
Volume: 90:279-284.
 
Williams, R., D.V.P. Conway & N.R. Collins 1987 Vertical distribution of eggs, nauplii and copepodites of Calanus helgolandicus (Copepoda: Crustacea) in the Celtic Sea. Marine Biology, Berlin
Volume: 96(2):247-252.
 
Williams, R. & J.A. Lindley 1980 Plankton of the Fladen Ground during FLEX 76. I. Spring development of the plankton community. Marine Biology, Berlin
Volume: 57(2):73-78, figs. 1-6, tab. 1. (ix-1980)
 
Williams, R. & J.A. Lindley 1980 Plankton of the Fladen Ground during FLEX 76. III. Vertical distribution, population dynamics and production of Calanus finmarchicus (Crustacea: Copepoda). Marine Biology, Berlin
Volume: 60(1):47-56, figs. 1-9, tab. 1. (xii-1980)
 
Williams, D.M., P. Dixon & S. English 1988 Cross-shelf distribution of copepods and fish larvae across the central Great Barrier Reef. Marine Biology, Berlin
Volume: 99(4):577-589.
 
Williams, A., J.A. Koslow, A. Terauds & K. Haskard 2001 Feeding ecology of five fishes from the mid-slope micronekton community off southern Tasmania, Australia. Marine Biology, Berlin
Volume: 139(6): 1177-1192.
 
Wilson, D.F. & K.K. Parrish 1971 Remating in a planktonic marine calanoid copepod. Marine Biology, Berlin
Volume: 9(3):202-204, fig. 1. (vi-1971)
Wilson: paper
Paffenhöfer, G.A., J.R. Strickler & M. Alcaraz 1982 Suspension-feeding by herbivorous calanoid copepods: a cinematographic study. Marine Biology, Berlin
Volume: 67(2):193-199. (iv-1982)
 
Pagano, M. & R. Gaudy 1986 Biologie d'un Copépode des mares temporaires du littoral méditerranéen français: Eurytemora velox. I. Nutrition. Marine Biology, Berlin
Volume: 90(4):551-564, figs. 1-6, tabs. 1-5. (iii.1986, English summary.)
 
Pagano, M. & R. Gaudy 1986 Biologie d'un Copépode des mares temporaires du littoral méditerranéen français: Eurytemora velox. II. Respiration et excrétion. Marine Biology, Berlin
Volume: 93(1):127-136. (English summary.)
 
Wieser, W., J. Ott, F. Schiemer & E. Gnaiger 1974 An ecophysiological study of some meiofauna species inhabiting a sandy beach at Bermuda. Marine Biology, Berlin
Volume: 26(3):235-248, figs. 1-6, tabs. 1-4. (viii-1974)
 
Wiebe, P.H., A.W. Morton, A.M. Bradley, R.H. Backus, J.E. Craddock, V. Barber, T.J. Cowles & G.RT. Flierl 1985 New developments in the MOCNESS, an apparatus for sampling zooplankton and micronekton. Marine Biology, Berlin
Volume: 87(3):313-323, figs. 1-10, tabs. 1-2. (vii-1985)
Wilson: paper
Widder, E.A., S. Johnsen, S.A. Bernstein, J.F. Case & D.J. Neilson 1999 Thin layers of bioluminescent copepods found at density discontinuities in the water column. Marine Biology, Berlin
Volume: 134(3):429-437. (viii.1999)
 
Olsson, I. & E. Olundh 1974 On plankton production in Kungbacka Fjord, an estuary on the Swedish west coast. Marine Biology, Berlin
Volume: 24(1):17-28, figs. 1-9, tabs. 1-5. (18-ii-1974)
 
Omori, M. 1969

Weight and chemical composition of some important oceanic zooplankton in the North Pacific Ocean.

Marine Biology, Berlin
Volume: 3(1):4-10, tabs. 1-5. (v-1969)
Wilson: paper
Omori, M. 1978

Zooplankton fisheries of the world: a review.

Marine Biology, Berlin
Volume: 48(3):199-205, figs. 1-3, tab. 1. (14-ix-1978)
Wilson: paper
Omori, M. & W.M. Hamner 1982

Patchy distribution of zooplankton: behavior, population assessment and sampling problems.

Marine Biology, Berlin
Volume: 72(2):193-200, fig. 1, tab. 1. (Xii-1982)
Wilson: paper
O'Neil, J.M., P.M. Metzler & P.M. Gilbert 1996 Ingestion of 15N-2-labelled Trichodesmium spp. and ammonium regeneration by the harpacticoid copepod Macrosetella gracilis. Marine Biology, Berlin
Volume: 125(1):89-96.
 
Osgood, K.E. & B.W. Frost 1994 Comparative life histories of three species of planktonic calanoid copepods in Dabob Bay, Washington. Marine Biology, Berlin
Volume: 118(4):627-636, figs 1-11, tab 1. (iii.1994)
 
Owens, T.G. & F.D. King 1975 The measurement of respiratory electron-transport system activity in marine zooplankton. Marine Biology, Berlin
Volume: 30(1):27-36, figs. 1-4, tabs. 1-2. (30-iv-1975)
 
Paffenhöfer, G.A. 1984 Food ingestion by the marine planktonic copepod Paracalanus in relation to abundance and size distribution of food. Marine Biology, Berlin
Volume: 80(3):323-333, figs. 1-11, tabs. 1-7. (Vi-1984)
Wilson: paper
Paffenhöfer, G.A. & J.D.H. Strickland 1970

A note on the feeding of Calanus helgolandicus on detritus.

Marine Biology, Berlin
Volume: 5(2):97-99, tab. 1. (ii-1970)
Wilson: paper
Paffenhöfer, G.A. & S.C. Knowles 1978

Feeding of marine planktonic copepods on mixed phytoplankton.

Marine Biology, Berlin
Volume: 48(2):143-152, figs. 1-4, tabs. 1-7. (16-viii-1978)
Wilson: paper
Paffenhöfer, G.A. 1971

Grazing and ingestion rates of nauplii, copepodids and adults of the marine planktonic copepod Calanus helgolandicus.

Marine Biology, Berlin
Volume: 11(3):286-298, figs. 1-7, tabs. 1-7.
Wilson: paper
Wulff, F. 1972 Experimental studies on physiological and behavioural response mechanisms of Nitocra spinipes (Crustacea: Harpacticoida) from brackish-water rockpools. Marine Biology, Berlin
Volume: 13(4):325-329, figs. 1-4. (iv-1972)
 
Yamaguchi, A. & T. Ikeda 2000

Vertical distribution, life cycle, and developmental characteristics of the mesopelagic calanoid copepod Gaidius variabilis (Aetideidae) in the Oyashio region, western North Pacific Ocean.

Marine Biology, Berlin
Volume: 137(1):99-109.
Wilson: paper
Wishner, K.F. & C.J. Meise-Munns 1984 In situ grazing rates of deep-sea benthic boundary-layer zooplankton. Marine Biology, Berlin
Volume: 84(1):65-74, figs. 1-6, tab. 1. (xii-1984)
 
Wishner, K.F. & M.M. Gowing 1987 In situ filtering and ingestion rates of deep-sea benthic boundary layer zooplankton in the Santa Catalina Basin. Marine Biology, Berlin
Volume: 94(3):357-366.
 
Wishner, K.F. 1980

Aspects of the community ecology of deep-sea, bathypelagic plankton, with special attention to gymnopleid copepods.

Marine Biology, Berlin
Volume: 60(2-3):179-188, figs. 1-3, tabs. 1-7. (xii-1980)
Wilson: paper
Greenblatt, P.R. 1982 Small-size horizontal distribution of zooplankton taxa. Marine Biology, Berlin
Volume: 67(1):97-111, figs. 1-11, tabs. 1-4. (iii-1982)
 
Ohtsuka, S. & T. Onbé 1991 Relationship between mouthpart structures and in situ feeding habits of species of the family Pontellidae (Copepoda: Calanoida). Marine Biology, Berlin
Volume: 111(2):213-225, figs. 1-9, tabs. 1-2.
Wilson: paper
Okera, W. 1974 The zooplankton of the inshore waters of Dar Es Salaam (Tanzania, S.E. Africa) with observations on reactions to artificial light. Marine Biology, Berlin
Volume: 26(1):13-36, figs. 1-3, tabs. 1-7. (12-Vii-1974)
 
Gottfried, M. & M.R. Roman 1983 Ingestion and incorporation of coral mucus detritus by reef zooplankton. Marine Biology, Berlin
Volume: 72(3):211-218.
 
González, J.G. 1974 Critical thermal maxima and upper lethal temperatures for the calanoid copepods Acartia tonsa and A. clausi. Marine Biology, Berlin
Volume: 27(3):219-223. (21-xi-1974)
Wilson: paper
Gowing, M.M. & K.F. Wishner 1992 Feeding ecology of benthopelagic zooplankton on an eastern tropical Pacific seamount. Marine Biology, Berlin
Volume: 112(3):451-467, figs. 1-2, tabs. 1-7. (ii.1992)
 
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.
 
Graham, W.M., J.G. Field & D.C. Potts 1992 Persistent 'upwelling shadows' and their influence on zooplankton distributions. Marine Biology, Berlin
Volume: 114(4):561-570, figs. 1-10, tabs. 1-5.
 
Boucher, J. & A. Thiriot 1972 Zooplancton et micronecton estivaux des deux cent premiers mètres en Méditerranée occidentale. Marine Biology, Berlin
Volume: 15(1):47-56, figs. 1-5, tabs. 1-6. (vii-1972)
 
Böttger-Schnack, R. 1990 Community structure and vertical distribution of cyclopoid copepods in the Red Sea I. Central Red Sea, autumn 1980. Marine Biology, Berlin
Volume: 106(3):473-485, figs. 1-4, tabs. 1-3. (ix.1990).
Wilson: paper
Böttger-Schnack, R. 1990 Community structure and vertical distribution of cyclopoid copepods in the Red Sea II. Aspects of seasonal and regional differences. Marine Biology, Berlin
Volume: 106(3):487-501, figs. 1-5, tabs. 1-6. (ix.1990)
Wilson: paper
Bowlby, M.R. & J.F. Case 1991 Flash kinetics and spatial patterns of bioluminescence in the copepod Gaussia princeps. Marine Biology, Berlin
Volume: 110(3):329-336.
 
Braga, E., R. Zardoya, A. Meyer & J. Yen 1999 Mitochondrial and nuclear rRNA based copepod phylogeny with emphasis on the Euchaetidae (Calanoida). Marine Biology, Berlin
Volume: 133:79-90. (i.1999)
 
Boysen-Ennen, E., W. Hagen, G. Hubold & U. Piatkowski 1991 Zooplankton biomass in the ice-covered Weddell Sea, Antarctica. Marine Biology, Berlin
Volume: 111(2):227-235, figs. 1-3, tabs. 1-4.
 
Bradley, B.P. 1986 Genetic expression of temperature tolerance in the copepod Eurytemora affinis in different salinity and temperature environments. Marine Biology, Berlin
Volume: 91(4):561-565, tabs. 1-6. (vi.1986)
 
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
 
Jung, W., E. Kim, S. Han, H.G. Choi & S.H. Kim 2016

Characterization of Stearoyl-CoA desaturases from a psychrophilic antarctic copepod, Tigriopus kingsejongensis.

Marine Biotechnology
Volume: 18(5):564-574. 10.1007/s10126-016-9714-8 OCT 2016
 
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.
 
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.
 
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
 
Mocz, G. 2007 Fluorescent proteins and their use in marine biosciences, biotechnology, and proteomics. Marine Biotechnology (New York)
Volume: 9(3): 305-328.
 
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.
 
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.
 
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.
 
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.
 
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.
 
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.
 
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.
 
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.
 
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. 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.
 
Laglera, L.M., A. Tovar-Sanchez, M.H. Iversen, H.E. Gonzalez, H. Naik, G. Mangesh, P. Assmy, C. Klaas, M.G. Mazzocchi, M. Montresor, S.W.A. Naqvi, V. Smetacek & D.A. Wolf-Gladrow 2017 Iron partitioning during LOHAFEX: Copepod grazing as a major driver for iron recycling in the Southern Ocean. Marine Chemistry
Volume: 196:148-161. 10.1016/j.marchem.2017.08.011 NOV 20 2017
 
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.
 
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.
 
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.
 
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.
 
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.
 
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
 
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
 
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
 
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
 
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
 
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.

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