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"Natural selection is ecology in action". Dedicated to Professor Dr. Winfried Lampert on the occasion of his 65th birthday
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pg. V-IX Winfried Lampert: Natural selection is ecology in action. Boersma M. Santer B. 1 pg. 1-20 Selective advantage of irreversible and reversible phenotypic plasticity. Gabriel W. 2 pg. 21-35 Predator-mediated life history shifts in Daphnia: enrichment and preliminary chemical characterisation of a kairomone exuded by fish. Von Bert E. Stibor H. 3 pg. 37-54 Predator-induced shifts in Daphnia life-histories under different food regimes. Pijanowska J. Dawidowicz P. Howe A. Weider LJ. 4 pg. 55-76 Predator mediated coexistence of hybrid and parental Daphnia taxa. Spaak P. Boersma M. 5 pg. 77-87 Predator-induced escape response in Daphnia. Pijanowska J. Dawidowicz P. Weider LJ. 6 pg. 89-100 Contrasting life history responses to fish released infochemicals of two co-occurring Daphnia species that show different migration behaviour. Vijverberg J. Doksaeter A. van Donk E. 7 pg. 101-114 Low-density anti-predation refuge in Daphnia and Chaoborus?. Gliwicz ZM. Dawidowicz P. Maszczyk P. 8 pg. 115-134 Atrophic cascade with Chaoborus: population dynamics of ex-ephippial generations of Daphnia. Sell AF. 9 pg. 135-146 Linking predator kairomones and turbulence: synergistic effects and ultimate reasons for phenotypic plasticity in Daphnia cucullata. Tollrian R. Laforsch C. 10 pg. 147-168 Baltic Eubosmina morphological radiation: Sensitivity to invertebrate predators (induction) and observations on genetic differences. Kerfoot WC. 11 pg. 169-182 Steps between lakes? Some initial genetic data on the Holarctic planktonic predator Chaoborus flavicans. Wende F. Lucas LK. Graves AM. Swift MC. Berendonk TU. 12 pg. 183-202 The population genetic consequences of diapause in Eudiaptomus copepods. Bohonak AJ. Holland MD. Santer B. Zeller M. Kearns CM. Hairston NG. 13 pg. 203-216 Effects of duration of the planktonic phase on rotifer genetic diversity. Ortells R. Gomez A. Serra M. 14 pg. 217-244 Genetic structure of cyclic parthenogenetic zooplankton populations - a conceptual framework. De Meester L. Vanoverbeke J. De Gelas K. Ortells R. Spaak P. 15 pg. 245-264 Complementary population dynamics of exotic and native Daphnia in North American reservoir communities. Havel JE. Graham JL. 16 pg. 265-280 Swim or rest during the winter - what is best for an alpine daphnid?. Larsson P. Wathne I. 17 pg. 281-299 Isotopic variation complicates analysis of trophic relations within the fish community of Plu beta see: a small, deep, stratifying lake. Harrod C. Grey J. 18 pg. 301-316 Food niches of cyclopoid copepods in eutrophic PluBsee determined by stable isotope analysis. Santer B. Sommerwerk N. Grey J. 19 pg. 317-334 Site-specific methane production and subsequent midge mediation within Esthwaite Water, UK. Deines P. Grey J. 20 pg. 335-350 Comparative analysis of ammonia-oxidizing bacterial communities in two lakes in North Germany and the Baltic Sea. Kim OS. Junier P. Imhoff JF. Witzel KP. 21 pg. 351-369 Seasonal dynamics of pelagic and benthic (littoral and profundal) bacterial abundances and activities in a deep prealpine lake (L. Constance). Sala MM. Güde H. 22 pg. 403-419 Combining dialysis and dilution techniques to estimate gross growth rate of phytoplankton and grazing by micro- and mesozooplankton in situ. Stibor H. Gelzleichter A. Hantzsche F. Sommer U. Striebel M. Vadstein O. Olsen Y. 23 pg. 421-445 Nutrient and light limitation of reservoir phytoplankton in relation to storm-mediated pulses in stream discharge. Vanni MJ. Andrews JS. Renwick WH. Gonzalez MJ. Noble SJ. 24 pg. 447-465 Seasonality and diversity patterns of microphytobenthos in a mesotrophic lake. Aberle N. Wiltshire KH. 25 pg. 467-487 Stoichiometry and growth kinetics in the "smallest zooplankton" - phagotrophic flagellates. Grover JR. Chrzanowski TH. 26 pg. 489-500 Gut passage of phosphorus-limited algae through Daphnia: do they take up nutrients in the process?. Boersma M. Wiltshire KH. 27 pg. 501-513 The nutritional importance of polyunsaturated fatty acids and their use as trophic markers for herbivorous zooplankton: Does it contradict?. Müller-Navarra DC. 28 pg. 515-531 Food chain effects of sublethal ultraviolet radiation on subarctic Daphnia pulex - a field and laboratory study. Zellmer ID. Arts MT. Sustr V. 29 pg. 533-546 Effects of differing concentrations of microcystin-producing Micropystis aeruginosa on growth, reproduction, survivorship and offspring of Daphnia magna. Trubetskova IL. Haney JF. 30 pg. 547-559 Sensitivity and adaptation of aquatic organisms to oscillapeptin J and [D-Asp(3),(E)-Dhb(7)]microcystin-RR. Blom JF. Baumann HI. Codd GA. Jüttner F. 31 pg. 561-574 Oxylipins from freshwater diatoms act as attractants for a benthic herbivore. Fink P. Von Elert E. Jüttner F. 32 pg. 575-592 'Spectral fingerprinting' for specific algal groups on sediments in situ: a new sensor. Aberle N. Beutler M. Moldaenke C. Wiltshire KH. 33 pg. 593-607 Two new methods for regime change analyses. Manly BFJ. Chotkowski M. 34 pg. 371-402 Freshwater ciliates as ecophysiological model organisms - lessons from Daphnia, major achievements, and future perspectives [Review]. Weisse T.
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Boersma, Maarten, Santer, Barbara
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Publisher :  Schweizerbart     Type :  Issue     Format :  -    
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2006
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Archiv für Hydrobiologie, v.167, 1-4 (2006)
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