Reference (Ref ID : 1700-1799)

Ref ID : 1700
A. Hirschfelder, Walter Koste, and H. Zucchi; Bdelloid rotifers in aerophytic mosses: influence of habitat structure and habitat age on species composition. Hydrobiologia 255/256:343-344, 1993
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Gregor Fussmann; Abundance, succession and morphological variation of planktonic rotifers during autumnal circulation in a hypertrophic lake (Heiligensee, Berlin). Hydrobiologia 255/256:353-360, 1993
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Lor-Wai Tan and Russell J. Shiel; Response of billabong rotifer communities to inundation. Hydrobiologia 255/256:361-369, 1993
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Maria Rosa Miracle and M.T. Alfonso; Rotifer vertical distributions in a meromictic basin of Lake Banyoles (Spain). Hydrobiologia 255/256:371- 380, 1993
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J.M. Schmid-Araya; Rotifer communities from some Araucanian lakes of southern Chile. Hydrobiologia 255/256:397-409, 1993
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Agnes Ruttner-Kolisko; Taxonomic problems with the species Keratella hiemalis. Hydrobiologia 255/256:441-443, 1993
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Russell J. Shiel and La-orsri Sanoamuang; Trans-Tasman variation in Australasian Filinia populations. Hydrobiologia 255/256:455-462, 1993
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Roberto Rico-Martinez and M. Silva-Briano; Contribution to the knowledge of the rotifera of Mexico. Hydrobiologia 255/256:467-474, 1993
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Hendrik Segers and Henri J. Dumont; Zoogeography of Pacific Ocean islands: a comparison of the rotifer faunas of Easter Island and the Galapagos archipelago. Hydrobiologia 255/256:475-480, 1993
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L. Sanoamuang and V.M. Stout; New records of rotifers from the South Island lakes, New Zealand. Hydrobiologia 255/256:481-490, 1993
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Robert Lee Wallace; Phylogeny of the phylum Rotifera: a workshop. Hydrobiologia 255/256:491-493, 1993
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Gennadiy I. Markevich; SEM observations on Seison and phylogenetic relationships of the Seisonidea (Rotifera). Hydrobiologia 255/256:513- 520, 1993
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Gennadiy I. Markevich; Phylogenetic relationships of rotifera to other veriform taxa. Hydrobiologia 255/256:521-526, 1993
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Pierre Clement; The phylogeny of rotifers: molecular, ultrastructural and behavioural data. Hydrobiologia 255/256:527-544, 1993
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L.A. Kutikova and G.I. Markevich; Principal directions of the evolution of Monimotrochida. Hydrobiologia 255/256:545-549, 1993
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Peter L. Starkweather; Hierarchal gene trees and molecular phylogeny of the Rotifera: use of the Polymerase Chain Reaction (PCR) to dissect ecological and evolutionary patterns. Hydrobiologia 255/256:551-555, 1993
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Walter Koste and Eric D. Hollowday; A short history of western European rotifer research. Hydrobiologia 255/256:557-572, 1993
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Donald J. Versteeg, David T. Stanton, Michael A. Pence, and Christina Cowan; Effects of surfactants on the rotifer, Brachionus calyciflorus, in a chronic toxicity test and in the development of QSARS. Environmental Toxicology & Chemistry 16(5):1051-1058, 1997
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B.I. Abrams and M.J. Mitchell; Role of oxygen in affecting survival and activity of Pelodera punctata (Rhabditidae) from sewage sludge. Nematologica 24:456-462, 1978
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O. Hadas, R. Pinkas, and D. Wynne; Nitrate reductase activity, ammonium regeneration, and orthophosphate uptake in protozoa isolated from Lake Kinneret, Israel. Microbial Ecology 23:107-115, 1992
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R.D. Hamilton and Janet E. Preslan; Observations on the continuous culture of a planktonic phagotrophic protozoan. J.exp.mar.Biol.Ecol. 5:94-104, 1970
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Philip H. Crowley; Effective size and the persistence of ecosystems. Oecologia (Berlin) 35:185-195, 1978
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J. Klingler and P. Kunz; Investigations with a saprozoic nematode, Mesodiplogaster lheritieri, on a possible respiratory function of air swallowing. Nematologica 20:52-60, 1974
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N.A. Croll and Aldo Zullini; Observations on the bionomics of the freshwater nematode Chromadorina bioculata. J.Nematology 4(4):256-260, 1972
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J.-A. Somers, H.H. Shorey, and Lyle K. Gaston; Reproductive biology and behavior of Rhabditis pellio (Schneider) (Rhabditida: Rhabditidae). J.Nematology 9(2):143-148, 1977
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Edward K. Mercer and Eldon J. Cairns; Food consumption of the free-living aquatic nematode Pelodera chitwoodi. J.Nematology 5(3):201-207, 1973
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Wajih U. Khan and M. Shamim Jairajpuri; Studies on Mononchida of India XIII. Genus Iotonchus (Cobb, 1916) Altherr, 1950 with a key to the species. Nematologica 26:1-9, 1980
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J.R. Caldwell; Biomass and respiration of nematode populations in two moss communities at Signy Island, maritime Antarctic. OIKOS 37:160-166, 1981
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Bjorn Sohlenius; Abundance, biomass and contribution to energy flow by soil nematodes in terrestrial ecosystems. OIKOS 34:186-194, 1980
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Guido Vranken, Peter M.J. Herman, Magda Vincx, and C. Heip; A re-evaluation of marine nematode productivity. Hydrobiologia 135:193-196, 1986
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Mark Woombs and Johanna Laybourn-Parry; The role of nematodes in low rate percolating filter sewage treatment works. Water Research 20(6):781-787, 1986
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Johanna Laybourn; The effects of temperature on the respiration and production of the freshwater nematode Anonchus sp. Oecologia (Berlin) 41:329-337, 1979
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A. Coomans and D. De Waele; Species of Aphanolaimus (Nematoda: Araeolaimida) from Belgium. Hydrobiologia 101:165-178, 1983
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Guido Vranken, Peter M.J. Herman, and C. Heip; Studies of the life-history and energetics of marine and brackish-water nematodes. I. Demography of Monhystera disjuncta at different temperature and feeding conditions. Oecologia 77:296-301, 1988
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Diana W. Freckman and Ross A. Virginia; Plant-feeding nematodes in deep-rooting desert ecosystems. Ecology 70(6):1665-1678, 1989
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P. Jensen; Ecology of benthic and epiphytic nematodes in brackish waters. Hydrobiologia 108:201-217, 1984
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Paolo Madoni; Ecological characterization of different types of watercourses by the multivariate analysis of ciliated protozoa populations. Arch.Hydrobiol. 100(2):171-188, 1984
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Roger Pourriot; Food and feeding habits of Rotifera. Arch.Hydrobiol.Beih. 8:243-260, 1977
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Henri J. Dumont; Biotic factors in the population dynamics of rotifers. Arch.Hydrobiol.Beih. 8:98-122, 1977
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Asbjorn Skogstad, Lois Granskog, and Dag Klaveness; Growth of freshwater ciliates offered planktonic algae as food. J.Plankton Research 9(3):503-512, 1987
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Tom Fenchel; Suspension feeding in ciliated protozoa: Functional response and particle size selection. Microbial Ecology 6:1-11, 1980
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Stuart S. Bamforth; Symposium on "Protozoan Ecology": The role of protozoa in litters and soils. J.Protozool. 32(3):404-409, 1985
Ref ID : 1742
James R. Pratt and John Cairns, J.; Functional groups in the protozoa: Roles in differing ecosystems. J.Protozool. 32(3):415-423, 1985
Ref ID : 1743
Michael A. Gates; Quantitative importance of ciliates in the planktonic biomass of lake ecosystems. Hydrobiologia 108:233-238, 1984
Ref ID : 1744
A.W. Bark; The temporal and spatial distribution of planktonic and benthic protozoan communities in a small productive lake. Hydrobiologia 85:239-255, 1981
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A.W. Bark and J.G. Goodfellow; Studies on ciliated protozoa in eutrophic lakes: 2. Field and laboratory studies on the effects of oxygen and other chemical gradients on ciliate distribution. Hydrobiologia 124:177-188, 1985
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Barry F. Sherr, Evelyn B. Sherr, and Robert D. Fallon; Use of monodispersed fluorescently labeled bacteria to estimate in situ protozoan bacterivory. Appl.Environ.Microbiol. 53(5):958-965, 1987
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Robert W. Sanders and Karen G. Porter; Use of metabolic inhibitors to estimate protozooplankton grazing and bacterial production in a monomictic eutrophic lake with an anaerobic hypolimnion. Appl.Environ.Microbiol. 52(1):101-107, 1986
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Edward T. Elliott, R.V. Anderson, David C. Coleman, and C.V. Cole; Habitable pore space and microbial trophic interactions. OIKOS 35:327-335, 1980
Ref ID : 1749
Mark Woombs and Johanna Laybourn-Parry; Growth, reproduction and longevity in nematodes from sewage treatment plants. Oecologia (Berlin) 64:168-172, 1984
Ref ID : 1750
Mark Woombs and Johanna Laybourn-Parry; Seasonal species composition, density and role of nematodes in activated-sludge effluent treatment works. Water Research 21(4):459-467, 1987
Ref ID : 1751
G.W. Yeates; Nematode feeding and activity: the importance of development stages. Biol Fertil Soils 3:143-146, 1987
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P. Jensen; Differences in microhabitat, abundance, biomass and body size between oxybiotic and thiobiotic free-living marine nematodes. Oecologia (Berlin) 71:564-567, 1987
Ref ID : 1753
Bonnie I. Abrams and Myron J. Mitchell; Role of nematode-bacterial interactions in heterotrophic systems with emphasis on sewage sludge decomposition. OIKOS 35:404-410, 1980
Ref ID : 1754
Mark Woombs and Johanna Laybourn-Parry; Energy partitioning in three species of nematode from polysaprobic environments. Oecologia (Berlin) 65:289-295, 1985
Ref ID : 1755
Mark Woombs and Johanna Laybourn-Parry; Feeding biology of Diplogasteritus nudicapitatus and Rhabditis curvicaudata (Nematoda) related to food concentration and temperature, in sewage treatment plants. Oecologia (Berlin) 64:163-167, 1984
Ref ID : 1756
Aldo Zullini and E. Peretti; Lead pollution and moss-inhabiting nematodes of an industrial area. Water,Air,and Soil Pollution 27:403-410, 1986
Ref ID : 1757
Z. Klekowski, Fritz Schiemer, and Annie Duncan; Bioenergetic study of a benthic nematode, Plectus palustris de Man 1880, throughout its life cycle; The respiratory metabolism at different densities of bacterial food. Oecologia (Berlin) 44:119-124, 1979
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Romuald Z. Klekowski and Lucyna Wasilewska; Oxygen consumption by a typical saprobiotic nematode, Pelodera (Cruznema) monhysteroides (Skwarra, 1921) Dougherty, 1955. EKOLOGIA POLSKA 30(1-2):205-219, 1982.
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John H. Tietjen and John J. Lee; The use of free-living nematodes as a bioassay for estuarine sediments. Marine Environmental Research 11:233-251, 1984
Ref ID : 1760
Helmut Kaiser and Peter Schwank; Mermithidae (Nematoda) from running waters of Upper Hesse. Arch.Hydrobiol. 103(3):347-369, 1985
Ref ID : 1761
Preben Jensen; Redescription of Microlaimus capillaris Gerlach, 1957 (Nematoda, Chromadorida) from a mangrove mud-flat in NAW, Australia. Hydrobiologia 171:259-262, 1989
Ref ID : 1762
A. Coomans and J. Heyns; Oncholaimus sahariensis sp.n. (Nematoda) from the Algerian Sahara. Hydrobiologia 107:193-201, 1983
Ref ID : 1763
Karline Soetaert and Magda Vincx; Spirobolbolaimus bathyalis gen. nov., sp. nov. (Nematoda, Microlaimidae) from the Mediterranean (Calvi). Hydrobiologia 164:33-38, 1988
Ref ID : 1764
Magda Vincx and Ann Vanreusel; Free-living marine nematodes from the Southern Bight of the North Sea II. Notes on species of the Trefusiidae Gerlach, 1966. Hydrobiologia 175:213-221, 1989
Ref ID : 1765
C. Aryuthaka; Two new species of the genus Rhynchonema (Nematoda, Xyalidae) from Amakusa, south Japan. Hydrobiologia 171:3-10, 1989
Ref ID : 1766
Fritz Schiemer; Theristus franzbergeri n.sp., a groudwater nematode of marine origin from the Danube. Arch.Hydrobiol. 101(1/2):259-263, 1984
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P. Doelman, G. Nieboer, J. Schrooten, and M. Visser; Antagonistic and Synergistic toxic effects of Pb and Cd in a simple foodchain: Nematodes feeding on bacteria or fungi. Bull.Environ.Contam.Toxicol. 32:717-723, 1984
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Krystyna Prejs; A field and laboratory study of the relation between some stylet-bearing nematodes and some aquatic vascular plants. Arch.Hydrobiol. 110(2):237-258, 1987
Ref ID : 1769
R.V. Anderson, E.T. Elliott, J.F. McClellan, David C. Coleman, and C.V. Cole; Trophic interactions in soils as they affect energy and nutrient dynamics. III. Biotic interactions of Bacteria, Amoebae, and Nematodes. Microbial Ecology 4:361-371, 1978
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R.H. Mulvey and W.R. Nickle; Taxonomy of mermithids (Nematoda: Mermithidae) of Canada and in particular of the Mackenzie and Porcupine river systems, and Somerset Island, N.W.T., with descriptions of eight new species and emphasis on the use of the male characters in identification. Can.J.Zool. 56:1291-1329, 1978
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P.W. Johnson and W.G. Graham; Ultrastructural studies on the cuticle of the second-stage larvae of four root-knot nematodes: Meloidogyne hapla, M. javanica, M. incognita, and M. arenaria. Can.J.Zool. 54:96-100, 1976
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Russell E. Ingham and David C. Coleman; Effects of an ectoparasitic nematode on bacterial growth in gonotobiotic soil. OIKOS 41:227-232, 1983
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Fritz Schiemer, A. Duncan, and R.Z. Klekowski; A bioenergetic study of a benthic nematode, Plectus palustris de Man 1880, throughout its life cycle II. Growth, Fecundity and Energy budgets at different densities of bacterial food and general ecological considerations. Oecologia (Berlin) 44:205-212, 1980
Ref ID : 1774
Krystyna Prejs and Stanislaw Lazarek; Benthic nematodes in acidified lakes: case of a neglected grazer. Hydrobiologia 169:193-197, 1988
Ref ID : 1775
G.W. Yeates; Significance of developmental stages in the coexistence of three species of Mononchoidea (Nematoda) in a pasture soil. Biol Fertil Soils 5:225-229, 1987
Ref ID : 1776
N. Smol and J. Sharma; Two new and three redescribed species of Viscosia (Nematoda, Oncholaimidae). Hydrobiologia 114:123-147, 1984
Ref ID : 1777
Peter M.J. Herman and Guido Vranken; Studies of the life-history and energetics of marine and brackish-water nematodes II. Production, respiration and food uptake by Monhystera disjuncta. Oecologia 77:457-463, 1988
Ref ID : 1778
B.A. Jaffee; Population biology and biological control of nematodes. Can.J.Microbiol. 38:359-364, 1991
Ref ID : 1779
Mark S. Blackmore and Eric L. Charnov; Adaptive variation in environmental sex determination in a nematode. The American Naturalist 134(5):817-823, 1989
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Russell E. Ingham, J.A. Trofymow, Elaine R. Ingham, and David C. Coleman; Interactions of bacteria, fungi, and their nematode grazers: Effects on nutrient cycling and plant growth. Ecological Monographs 55(1):119-140, 1985
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L.S. Clesceri, R.A. Park, and J.A. Bloomfield; General model of microbial growth and decomposition in aquatic ecosystems. Appl.Environ.Microbiol. 33(5):1047-1058, 1977
Ref ID : 1782
Alfred Seitz; On the calculation of birth rates and death rates in fluctuating populations with continuous recruitment. Oecologia (Berlin) 41:343-360, 1979
Ref ID : 1783
Robert L. Tate III; Variation in heterotrophic and autotrophic nitrifer populations in relation to nitrification in organic soils. Appl.Environ.Microbiol. 40(1):75-79, 1980
Ref ID : 1784
Thomas H. Chrzanowski and James G. Hubbard; Primary and bacterial secondary production in a southwestern reservoir. Appl.Environ.Microbiol. 54(3):661-669, 1988
Ref ID : 1785
John H. Paul, Mary F. Deflaun, Wade H. Jeffrey, and Andrew W. David; Seasonal and diel variability in dissolved DNA and in microbial biomass and activity in a subtropical estuary. Appl.Environ.Microbiol. 54(3):718-727, 1988
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Bruce R. Levin, Frank M. Stewart, and Lin Chao; Resource-limited growth, competition, and predation: A model and experimental studies with bacteria and bacteriophage. The American Naturalist 111:3-24, 1977
Ref ID : 1787
Frank M. Stewart and Bruce R. Levin; Partitioning of resources and the outcome of interspecific competition: A model and some general considerations. The American Naturalist 107:171-198, 1973
Ref ID : 1788
Y.P. Martin and M.A. Bianchi; Structure, diversity, and catabolic potentialities of aerobic heterotrophic bacterial populations associated with continuous cultures of natural marine phytoplankton. Microbial Ecology 5:265-279, 1980
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J. De Leval and J. Remacle; The estimation of bacterial predation by aquatic microfauna. Water Research 13:1335-1337, 1979
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S.G. Berk, R.R. Colwell, and E.B. Small; A study of feeding responses to bacterial prey by estuarine ciliates. Trans.Amer.Micros.Soc. 95(3):514-520, 1976
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Robert D. Holt; Prey communities in patchy environments. OIKOS 50:276-290, 1987
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George William Salt; Predation in an experimental protozoan population (Woodruffia-Paramecium). Ecological Monographs 37(2):113-144, 1967
Ref ID : 1793
R.J. Barsdate, R.T. Prentki, and Tom Fenchel; Phosphorus cycle of model ecosystems: significant for decomposer food chains and effect of bacterial grazers. OIKOS 25:239-251, 1974
Ref ID : 1794
Stuart N. Jacobson, Nancy L. O'mara, and Martin Alexander; Evidence for cometabolism in sewage. Appl.Environ.Microbiol. 40(5):917-921, 1980
Ref ID : 1795
Krystyna Prejs; Nematodes as a possible cause of rhizome damage in three species of Potamogeton. Hydrobiologia 131:281-286, 1986
Ref ID : 1796
Fermin Rivera, Alfonso Lugo, Elizabeth Ramirez, Patricia Bonilla, Arturo Calderon, Salvador Rodriguez, Ricardo Ortiz, Elvia Gallegos, Antonio Labastida, and Martha P. Chavez; Seasonal distribution of air-borne protozoa in Mexico city and its suburbs. Water,Air,and Soil Pollution 61:17-36, 1992
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E.G. Pringsheim; Assimilation of Different Organic Substances by Saprophytic Flagellatae. Nature 30:196, 1937 (In file)
Ref ID : 1798
Maria Livia Tosato, Silvia Marchini, Laura Passerini, Anna Pino, Lennart Eriksson, Fredrik Lindgren, Sven Hellberg, Jorgen Jonsson, Michael Sjostrom, Bert Skagerberg, and Svante Wold; QSARs based on statistical design and their use for identifying chemicals for further biological testing. Environmental Toxicology & Chemistry 9:265-277, 1990
Ref ID : 1799
David L. Lewis and David K. Gattie; Prediction of substrate removal rates of attached microorganisms and of relative contributions of attached and suspended communities at field sites. Appl.Environ.Microbiol. 54(2):434-440, 1988