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*  Eutrophication
Increased biomass of phytoplankton Toxic or inedible phytoplankton species Increases in blooms of gelatinous zooplankton ...
*  Zooplankton
... can also act as a disease reservoir. Crustacean zooplankton have been found to house the bacterium Vibrio cholerae ... As a result, zooplankton are primarily found in surface waters where food resources (phytoplankton or other zooplankton) are ... Just as any species can be limited within a geographical region, so is zooplankton. However, species of zooplankton are not ... A global coverage database of zooplankton biomass and abundance data. Guide to the marine zooplankton of south eastern ...
*  Gelatinous zooplankton
... are often transparent. All jellyfish are gelatinous zooplankton, but not all gelatinous zooplankton are ... Gelatinous zooplankton from the Arctic Ocean Jellyfish and other gelatinous zooplankton PLANKTON NET: information on all types ... Gelatinous zooplankton are fragile animals that live in the water column in the ocean. They have very delicate bodies that are ... Gelatinous zooplankton have also been called "Gelata". Lalli, C.M. & Parsons, T.R. (2001) Biological Oceanography. Butterworth- ...
*  Census of Marine Zooplankton
The Census of Marine Zooplankton is a field project of the Census of Marine Life that has aimed to produce a global assessment ... and genetic diversity of more than 7,000 described species of zooplankton that drift the ocean currents throughout their lives ...
*  Holoplankton
Zooplankton have adapted by developing transparent bodies, bright colors, bad tastes and cyclomorphosis (seasonal changes in ... "Zooplankton". Marine Life/Marine Invertebrates. Retrieved 2012-04-04. "Reproduction in the Plankton". Plankton. Retrieved 2012- ... Studies have shown that although small in size certain gelatinous zooplankton are rich in protein and lipid. "Many holoplankton ... Holoplankton include both phytoplankton and zooplankton and vary in size. The most common plankton are protists. Holoplankton ...
*  Daphnia
doi:10.1007/s10750-012-1420-6. Z. Maciej Gliwicz (2008). "Zooplankton". In Patrick O'Sullivan; C. S. Reynolds. The Lakes ... USGS Nonindigenous Aquatic Species: Bythotrephes longimanus Central Michigan University: Zooplankton of the Great Lakes: ... that seriously damage zooplankton species (e.g. decrease feeding activity). Because of their thin membrane, which allows drugs ... which are sometimes referred to as Daphnia Rotifer Zooplankton Crustacean A. Kotov; L. Forró; N. M. Korovchinsky; A. Petrusek ( ...
*  Charales (fish)
Adults eat zooplankton. They form groups with dozens of individuals. Males do not help with the young. It is ovoviviparous and ...
*  Atlanta (gastropod)
In: D. Boltovskoy (ed.). South Atlantic zooplankton, 1. Backhuys, Leiden; p. 621-647. Richter G. & Seapy R.R. 1999. Heteropoda ... In: D. Boltovskoy (ed.), South Atlantic Zooplankton. Leiden: Backhuys Publ. Gofas, S.; Le Renard, J.; Bouchet, P. (2001). ... Richter G. & Seapy R. R. (1999). "Heteropoda". In: D. Boltovskoy (ed.) South Atlantic zooplankton, 1. Backhuys, Leiden: 621-647 ...
*  Cladonematidae
Zooplankton identification sheet. ...
*  Teuthowenia megalops
Families: Ommastrephidae, Chiroteuthidae, Cranchiidae (PDF). Zooplankton Sheet 96. International Council for the Exploration of ...
*  Didinium
"Didinium gargantua Meunier, 1910". www.zooplankton.cn. Retrieved 2016-12-13. Kahl, Alfred (1930-35). F. Dahl, ed. Urtiere oder ...
*  Leptodora
"Leptodora kindti". Zooplankton of the Great Lakes. Central Michigan University. Retrieved March 10, 2010. Donn K. Branstrator ( ... "Leptodora kindti". An Image-Based Key to the Zooplankton of the Northeast (USA). University of New Hampshire. Cynthia C. Lunte ... "Creature of the Month: Leptodora kindtii". Zooplankton-online.net. July 2005. "Leptodora kindtii swimming" (QuickTime). ... Zooplankton of the Great Lakes: a guide to the identification and ecology of the common crustacean species. University of ...
*  Yasmin Modassir
Modassir's research included Limnology, culture of molluscs; conservation strategies for mangrove ecosystems; zooplankton of ...
*  Deborah Steinberg
... mesopelagic zooplankton and particle flux, and the effects of mesoscale eddies and a large river plume on zooplankton community ... the ecology of gelatinous zooplankton "blooms" and their effect on fluxes of organic matter, the importance of zooplankton in ... "Zooplankton vertical migration and the active transport of dissolved organic and inorganic carbon in the Sargasso Sea." Deep- ... Steinberg's research focuses on the role that zooplankton play in marine food webs and the global carbon cycle, and how these ...
*  Polyamblyodon gibbosum
Feeds on zooplankton. Mann, B.Q., Buxton, C.D., Russell, B., Pollard, D., Carpenter, K.E. & Sadovy, Y. 2014. Polyamblyodon ...
*  Arrocampo Reservoir
Phytoplankton and zooplankton (...) Fish Angling is often practiced on weekend and feast days. There are sometimes a lot of ...
*  Ecological light pollution
Zooplankton (e.g. Daphnia) exhibit diel vertical migration. That is, they actively change their vertical position inside of ... Because zooplankton feed on the phytoplankton that form algae, the decrease in their predation upon phytoplankton may increase ...
*  Ocean Biogeographic Information System
... including zooplankton); marine bacteria; and marine plants (e.g. phytoplankton, seaweeds, mangroves). The OBIS Portal also ...
*  Whorl (mollusc)
Richter G. & Seapy R. R. (1999). "Heteropoda". In: Boltovskoy D. (ed.). South Atlantic zooplankton, 1. Backhuys, Leiden: 621- ...
*  Pomacentrus aurifrons
They feed on zooplankton. Damselfish are commonly known to be vibrant species and as a result, they make their way to pet ...
*  Dark-banded fusilier
... it feeds on zooplankton. This species is widespread in Indo-Pacific, from East Africa to the Tuamoto Islands, southern Japan, ...
*  Alepas pacifica
"Hitchhikers on Gelatinous Zooplankton". The JelliesZone. Retrieved 2015-06-24. ...
*  Barramundi
The barramundi feeds on crustaceans, molluscs, and smaller fish (including its own species); juveniles feed on zooplankton. The ...
*  Microplastics
Along with ingestion, the microplastics stick to the appendages and exoskeleton of the zooplankton. Zooplankton, among other ... It was found that zooplankton ingest microplastics beads (1.7-30.6 μm) and excrete fecal matter contaminated with microplastics ... Dacey, John W. H.; Wakeham, Stuart G. (1986-09-19). "Oceanic Dimethylsulfide: Production During Zooplankton Grazing on ... "Microplastic Ingestion by Zooplankton". Environmental Science & Technology. 47 (12): 6646-6655. doi:10.1021/es400663f. ISSN ...
*  John Todd (biologist)
Zooplankton and snails consume the algae. Fish eat the zooplankton. Floating plants soak up the leftovers. Bulrushes, cattails ...