Reference (Ref ID : 1800-1899)

Ref ID : 1800
J. Amsellem and Pierre Clement; A simplified method for the preparation of rotifers for transmission and scanning electron microscopy. Hydrobiologia 73:119-122, 1980
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Roger Pourriot; Workshop on culture techniques of rotifers. Hydrobiologia 73:33-35, 1980
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Nicole Lair; The rotifer fauna of the River Loire (France), at the level of the nuclear power plants. Hydrobiologia 73:153-160, 1980
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B.K. Sharma; Indian Brachionidae (Eurotatoria: Monogononta) and their distribution. Hydrobiologia 144:269-275, 1987
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B.K. Sharma; Rotifers from West Bengal. IV. Further contributions to the eurotatoria. Hydrobiologia 65(I):39-47, 1979
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B.K. Sharma; Contributions to the rotifer fauna of Panjab State, India. I. Family Brachionidae. Hydrobiologia 76:249-253, 1980
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S.S.S. Sarma; New records of freshwater rotifers (Rotifera) from Indian waters. Hydrobiologia 160:263-269, 1988
Ref ID : 1807
Thomas Nogrady; Some new and rare warmwater rotifers. Hydrobiologia 106:107-114, 1983
Ref ID : 1808
M. De Ridder; Contributions to the knowledge of African rotifers I. Rotifers from Senegal. Hydrobiologia 120:47-51, 1985
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C.K. Brain, Ilema Fourie, and R.J. Shiel; Rotifers of the Kalahari Gemsbok National Park, South Africa. Hydrobiologia 313/314:319-324, 1995
Ref ID : 1810
Maria Jose Carmona, Africa Gomez, and Manuel Serra; Mictic patterns of the rotifer Brachionus plicatilis Muller in small pond. Hydrobiologia 313/314:365-371, 1995
Ref ID : 1811
Taavi Virro; The genus Polyarthra in Lake Peipsi. Hydrobiologia 313/314:351-357, 1995
Ref ID : 1812
B. Adamkiewicz-Chojnacka and R. Heerkloss; Inter-annual variation of rotifer biomass in two coastal lagoons of the Southern Baltic differing by degree of trophy. Hydrobiologia 313/314:341-344, 1995
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M.C. Crispim and M.J. Boavida; Comparison of rotifer communities in Maranhao Reservoir (Portugal) before its complete emptying and on refilling. Hydrobiologia 313/314:325-332, 1995
Ref ID : 1814
Linda May; The effect of lake fertilisation on the rotifers of Seathwaite Tarn, an acidified lake in the English Lake District. Hydrobiologia 313/314:333-340, 1995
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C. Charoy; Modification of the swimming behaviour of Brachionus calyciflorus (Pallas) according to food environment and individual nutritive state. Hydrobiologia 313/314:197-204, 1995
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Daniel J. Bevington, Christopher White, and Robert Lee Wallace; Predatory behavior of Cupelopagis vorax (Rotifera; Collothecacea; Atrochidae) on protozoan prey. Hydrobiologia 313/314:213-217, 1995
Ref ID : 1817
Reinhard Heerkloss and Stefan Hlawa; Feeding biology of two brachionid rotifers: Brachionus quadridentatus and Brachionus plicatilis. Hydrobiologia 313/314:219-221, 1995
Ref ID : 1818
John M. Langley, Steve Kett, Reya S. Al-Khalili, and Chris J. Humphrey; The conservation value of English urban ponds in terms of their rotifer fauna. Hydrobiologia 313/314:259-266, 1995
Ref ID : 1819
Maria Rosa Miracle and Xavier Armengol-Diaz; Population dynamics of oxiclinal species in lake Arcas-2 (Spain). Hydrobiologia 313/314:291-301, 1995
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Yusuf S. Kizito and Arnold Nauwerck; Temporal and vertical distribution of planktonic rotifers in a meromictic crater lake, Lake Nyahirya (Western Uganda). Hydrobiologia 313/314:303-312, 1995
Ref ID : 1821
L.A. Kutikova; Larval metamorphosis in sessile rotifers. Hydrobiologia 313/314:133-138, 1995
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W. Kleinow and H. Wratil; SEM of internal structures of Brachionus plicatilis (Rotifera). Hydrobiologia 313/314:129-132, 1995
Ref ID : 1823
Elena A. Kotikova; Localization and neuroanatomy of catecholaminergic neurons in some rotifer species. Hydrobiologia 313/314:123-127, 1995
Ref ID : 1824
Hendrik Segers; Nomenclatural consequences of some recent studies on Brachionus plicatilis (Rotifera, Brachionidae). Hydrobiologia 313/314:121-122, 1995
Ref ID : 1825
Africa Gomez and Manuel Serra; Behavioral reproductive isolation among sympatric strains of Brachionus plicatilis Muller 1786: insights into the status of this taxonomic species. Hydrobiologia 313/314:111-119, 1995
Ref ID : 1826
Robert Rico-Martinez and Terry W. Snell; Mating behavior and mate recognition pheromone blocking of male receptors in Brachionus plicatilis Muller (Rotifera). Hydrobiologia 313/314:105-110, 1995
Ref ID : 1827
Thomas Nogrady and Robert Lee Wallace; Numerical taxonomic studies of the genus Notholca. Hydrobiologia 313/314:99-104, 1995
Ref ID : 1828
Giulio Melone and Claudia Ricci; Rotatory apparatus in Bdelloids. Hydrobiologia 313/314:91-98, 1995
Ref ID : 1829
Rosalind M. Pontin and R.J. Shiel; Periphytic rotifer communities of an Australian seasonal floodplain pool. Hydrobiologia 313/314:63-67, 1995
Ref ID : 1830
J. Green; Associations of planktonic and periphytic rotifers in a Malaysian estuary and two nearby ponds. Hydrobiologia 313/314:47-56, 1995
Ref ID : 1831
La-orsri Sanoamuang, Hendrik Segers, and Henri J. Dumont; Additions to the rotifer fauna of south-east Asia: new and rare species from north-east Thailand. Hydrobiologia 313/314:35-45, 1995
Ref ID : 1832
W.H. De Smet and L. Beyens; Rotifers from the Canadian High Arctic (Devon Island, Northwest Territories). Hydrobiologia 313/314:29-34, 1995
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Henri J. Dumont and Marc Coussement; Rotifers from Rio De Oro (North-western Sahara). Hydrobiologia 51(2):109-112, 1976
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Walter Koste and R.J. Shiel; Preliminary remarks on the characteristics of the rotifer fauna of Australia (Notogaea). Hydrobiologia 73:221-227, 1980
Ref ID : 1835
Walter Koste and Wolfgang Tobias; [Rotifers of the man-made Sankarani-Lake, tributary to the Niger River, Republic Mali, West-Africa]. Arch.Hydrobiol. 108(4):499-515, 1987
Ref ID : 1836
David Kuczynski; The rotifer fauna of Argentine Patagonia as a potential limnological indicator. Hydrobiologia 150:3-10, 1987
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S. Jose de Paggi and Walter Koste; Rotifers from Saladillo river basin (Santa Fe province, Argentina). Hydrobiologia 164:3-11, 1988
Ref ID : 1838
M. De Ridder; Contribution to the knowledge of African rotifers: Rotifers from Mauritania (W.-Africa). Hydrobiologia 150:123-131, 1987
Ref ID : 1839
M. De Ridder; Contributions to the knowledge of Africa rotifers: Rotifers from the Ivory Coast. Hydrobiologia 127:53-61, 1985
Ref ID : 1840
James W. Moore; Some factors influencing the density and birth rate of three subarctic rotifer populations. Arch.Hydrobiol. 83(2):251-271, 1978
Ref ID : 1841
James R. Pratt, Marjorie Ladzick, and John Cairns, Jr.; Colonization of artificial substrates by micrometazoa. Arch.Hydrobiol. 110(4):519-531, 1987
Ref ID : 1842
Jolanta Ejsmont-Karabin; Rotifer occurrence in relation to age, depth and trophic state of quarry lakes. Hydrobiologia 313/314:21-28, 1995
Ref ID : 1843
David G. Jenkins; Dispersal-limited zooplankton distribution and community composition in new ponds. Hydrobiologia 313/314:15-20, 1995
Ref ID : 1844
Peter L. Starkweather; Near-coronal fluid flow patterns and food cell manipulation in the rotifer Brachionus calyciflorus. Hydrobiologia 313/314:191-195, 1995
Ref ID : 1845
Jean H. Robin; Effect of diets containing gamma-linolenic acid on n-6 highly unsaturated fatty acid content of rotifer (Brachionus plicatilis). Hydrobiologia 313/314:185-190, 1995
Ref ID : 1846
Irena V. Telesh; Rotifer assemblages in the Neva Bay, Russia: principles of formation, present state and perspectives. Hydrobiologia 313/314:57-62, 1995
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C.H. Fernando and Nora P. -Zankai; The rotifera of Malaysia and Singapore with remarks on some species. Hydrobiologia 78:205-219, 1981
Ref ID : 1848
M.K. Jyoti and Harjeet Sehgal; Ecology of rotifers of surinsar, a subtropical, fresh water lake in Jammu, India. Hydrobiologia 65(1):23-32, 1979
Ref ID : 1849
Thomas Nogrady; Correlation of rotifer associations in a chain of lakes fed by reclaimed sewage. Hydrobiologia 89:277-284, 1982
Ref ID : 1850
Thomas Nogrady; The littoral rotifer plankton of the Bay of Quinte (Lake Ontario) and its horizontal distribution as indicators of trophy I. A full season study. Arch.Hydrobiol/suppl. 79(2/3):145-165, 1988
Ref ID : 1851
Arthur V. Brown, Robert L. Limbeck, and Mark D. Schram; Trophic importance of zooplankton in streams with alluvial riffle and pool geomorphometry. Arch.Hydrobiol. 114(3):349-367, 1989
Ref ID : 1852
Karl E. Havens III and John De Costa; Freshwater plankton community succession during experimental acidification. Arch.Hydrobiol. 111(1):37-65, 1987
Ref ID : 1853
Rudiger Berghahn; [Damage to freshwater rotifers during passage through the cooling system of a fossil-fuelled power-plant]. Arch.Hydrobiol/suppl. 43(2/3):225-235, 1979
Ref ID : 1854
Clifford A. Siegfried, Jay A. Bloomfield, and James W. Sutherland; Planktonic rotifer community structure in Adirondack, New York, U.S.A. lakes in relation to acidity, trophic status and related water quality characteristics. Hydrobiologia 175:33-48, 1989
Ref ID : 1855
S. Radwan; The effect of some biotic and abiotic factors on the fertility of planktonic rotifer species. Hydrobiologia 73:59-62, 1980
Ref ID : 1856
A.J. Francez and R. Pourriot; [Remarques taxonomiques sur quelques rotifers des tourbieres avec la description d'une espece et d'une sous-espece nouvelles]. Hydrobiologia 109:125-130, 1984
Ref ID : 1857
Bruno Berzins and Birger Pejler; Rotifer occurrence in relation to pH. Hydrobiologia 147:107-116, 1987
Ref ID : 1858
Bruno Berzins and Birger Pejler; Rotifer occurrence in relation to temperature. Hydrobiologia 175:223-231, 1989
Ref ID : 1859
Bruno Berzins and Birger Pejler; Rotifer occurrence in relation to water colour. Hydrobiologia 184:23-28, 1989
Ref ID : 1860
P. Leentvaar; Note on some brachionidae (rotifers) from the Netherlands. Hydrobiologia 73:259-262, 1980
Ref ID : 1861
D. Strayer; The benthic micrometazoans of Mirror Lake, New Hampshire. Arch.Hydrobiol/suppl. 72(3):287-426, 1985
Ref ID : 1862
John D. Orcutt, Jr. and Michael L. Pace; Seasonal dynamics of rotifer and crustacean zooplankton populations in a eutrophic, monomicitc lake with a note on rotifer sampling techniques. Hydrobiologia 119:73-80, 1984
Ref ID : 1863
Hatano Harumi and Watanabe Yasunori; Seasonal change of protozoa and micrometazoa in a small pond with leaf litter supply. Hydrobiologia 85:161-174, 1981
Ref ID : 1864
John E. Gannon and Richard S. Stemberger; Zooplankton (especially crustaceans and rotifers) as indicators of water quality. Trans.Amer.Micros.Soc. 97(1):16-35, 1978
Ref ID : 1865
Anna Hillbricht-Ilkowska; Response of planktonic rotifers to the eutrophication process and to the autumnal shift of blooms in Lake Biwa, Japan. I. Changes in abundance and composition of rotifers. Jap.J.Limnol. 44(2):93-106, 1983
Ref ID : 1866
M. De Ridder; Some considerations of the geographical distribution of rotifers. Hydrobiologia 85:209-225, 1981
Ref ID : 1867
Anette Schweizer; From littoral to pelagial: comparing the distribution of phytoplankton and ciliated protozoa along a transect. J.Plankton Research 19(7):829-848, 1997
Ref ID : 1868
Tarcisio A. Cordeiro, Frederico P. Brandini, and Peter Martens; Spatial distribution of the Tintinnina (Ciliophora, Protista) in the North Sea, spring of 1986. J.Plankton Research 19(10):1371-1383, 1997
Ref ID : 1869
John R. Dolan and Karel Simek; Processing of ingested matter in Strombidium sulcatum, a marine ciliate (Oligotrichida). Limnol.Oceanogr. 42(2):393-397, 1997
Ref ID : 1870
Ben K. Basu and Frances R. Pick; Factors regulating phytoplankton and zooplankton biomass in temperate rivers. Limnol.Oceanogr. 41(7):1572-1577, 1996
Ref ID : 1871
W. Khunkitti, D. Lioyd, J.R. Furr, and A.D. Russell; Aspects of the mechanisms of action of biguanides on trophozoites and cysts of Acanthamoeba castellanii. Appl.Microbiol. 82:107-114, 1997
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E.M. Seviour, L.L. Blackall, C. Christensson, P. Hugenholtz, M.A. Cunningham, D. Bradford, H.M. Stratton, and R.J. Seviour; The filamentous morphotype Eikelboom Type 1863 is not a single genetic entity. Appl.Microbiol. 82:411-421, 1997
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S. Rossetti, C. Christensson, L.L. Blackall, and V. Tandoi; Phenotypic and phylogenetic description of an Italian isolate of "Microthrix parvicella". Appl.Microbiol. 82:405-410, 1997
Ref ID : 1874
James R. Pratt, D. Mochan, and Zhenkang Xu; Rapid toxicity estimation using soil ciliates: Sensitivity and bioavailability. Bull.Environ.Contam.Toxicol. 58:387-393, 1997
Ref ID : 1875
Anna P. Bearden, Betsy W. Gregory, and T. Wayne Schultz; Growth kinetics of preexposed and naive populations of Tetrahymena pyriformis to 2-decanone and acetone. Ecotoxicol.& Environ.Safety 37:245-250, 1997
Ref ID : 1876
H. Salvado, M.P. Gracia, J.M. Amigo, and M. Rius; Effects of cadmium on growth and motility in Euplotes aediculatus isolated from activated sludge. Bull.Environ.Contam.Toxicol. 58:838-844, 1997
Ref ID : 1877
Robert W. Sanders; Seasonal distributions of the photosynthesizing ciliates Laboea strobila and Myrionecta rubra (= Mesodinium rubrum) in an estuary of the Gulf of Maine. Aquatic Microbial Ecology 9:237-242, 1995
Ref ID : 1878
Telesphore Sime-Ngando, Michel Gosselin, Suzanne Roy, and Jean-Pierre Chanut; Significance of planktonic ciliated protozoa in the Lower St. Lawrence Estuary: comparison with bacterial, phytoplankton, and particulate organic carbon. Aquatic Microbial Ecology 9:243-258, 1995
Ref ID : 1879
Ulrike-G. Berninger and Slava S. Epstein; Vertical distribution of benthic ciliates in response to the oxygen concentration in an intertidal North Sea sediment. Aquatic Microbial Ecology 9:229-236, 1995
Ref ID : 1880
Slava S. Epstein; Simultaneous enumeration of protozoa and micrometazoa from marine sandy sediments. Aquatic Microbial Ecology 9:219-227, 1995
Ref ID : 1881
D. Randy Garza and Curtis A. Suttle; Large double-stranded DNA viruses which cause the lysis of a marine heterotrophic nanoflagellate (Bodo sp.) occur in natural marine viral communities. Aquatic Microbial Ecology 9:203-210, 1995
Ref ID : 1882
Thomas Posch and Hartmut Arndt; Uptake of sub-micrometre- and micrometre-sized detrital particles by bacterivorous and omnivorous ciliates. Aquatic Microbial Ecology 10:45-53, 1996
Ref ID : 1883
Helen Butler and Andrew Rogerson; Growth potential, production efficiency and annual production of marine benthic naked amoebae (gymnamoebae) inhabiting sediments of the Clyde Sea area, Scotland. Aquatic Microbial Ecology 10:123-129, 1996
Ref ID : 1884
Frank C. Hansen, Harry J. Witte, and Jutta Passarge; Grazing in the heterotrophic dinoflagellate Oxyrrhis marina: size selectivity and preference for calcified Emiliania huxleyi cells. Aquatic Microbial Ecology 10:307-313, 1996
Ref ID : 1885
Diane K. Stoecker, Daniel E. Gustafson, and Peter G. Verity; Micro- and mesoprotozooplankton at 140 degrees W in the equatorial Pacific: heterotrophs and mixotrophs. Aquatic Microbial Ecology 10:273-282, 1996
Ref ID : 1886
Trond Stabell; Ciliate bacterivory in epilimnetic waters. Aquatic Microbial Ecology 10:265-272, 1996
Ref ID : 1887
Sergey A. Murzov and David A. Caron; Sporadic high abundances of naked amoebae in Black Sea plankton. Aquatic Microbial Ecology 11:161-169, 1996
Ref ID : 1888
Helga Muller; Encystment of the freshwater ciliate Pelagostrombidium fallax (Ciliophora, Oligotrichida) in laboratory culture. Aquatic Microbial Ecology 11:289-295, 1996
Ref ID : 1889
D.V. Subba Rao; Life cycle and reproduction of the dinoflagellate Dinophysis norvegica. Aquatic Microbial Ecology 9:199-201, 1995
Ref ID : 1890
G. Santangelo and P. Lucchesi; Spatial distribution pattern of ciliated protozoa in a Mediterranean interstitial environment. Aquatic Microbial Ecology 9:47-54, 1995
Ref ID : 1891
Brigitte R. Berland, Serge Y. Maestrini, Daniel Grzebyk, and Pierre Thomas; Recent aspects of nutrition in the dinoflagellate Dinophysis cf. acuminata. Aquatic Microbial Ecology 9:191-198, 1995
Ref ID : 1892
Brigitte R. Berland, Serge Y. Maestrini, and Daniel Grzebyk; Observations on possible life cycle stages of the dinoflagellates Dinophysis cf. acuminata, Dinophysis acuta and Dinophysis pavillardi. Aquatic Microbial Ecology 9:183-189, 1995
Ref ID : 1893
Urania Christaki and France Van Wambeke; Simulated phytoplankton bloom input in top-down manipulated microcosms: comparative effect of zooflagellates, ciliates and copepods. Aquatic Microbial Ecology 9:137-147, 1995
Ref ID : 1894
Nakamura Yasuo, Suzuki Shin-ya, and Hiromi Juro; Growth and grazing of a naked heterotrophic dinoflagellate, Gyrodinium dominans. Aquatic Microbial Ecology 9:157-164, 1995
Ref ID : 1895
Young-Ok Kim and Taniguchi Akira; Encystment of the oligotrich ciliate Strombidium conicum. Aquatic Microbial Ecology 9:149-156, 1995
Ref ID : 1896
Biserka Primc-Habdija, Ivan Habdija, Milan Mestrov, and Ines Radanovic; Composition of ciliate fauna and its seasonal changes in fluvial drift. Aquat.Sci. 58/3:224-240, 1996
Ref ID : 1897
K. Pirselova, S. Balaz, and T. Wayne Schultz; Model-Based QSAR for ionizable compounds: Toxicity of phenols against Tetrahymena pyriformis. Arch.Environ.Contam.Toxicol. 30:170-177, 1996
Ref ID : 1898
Hendrik Segers and Quang-xi Wang; On a new species of Keratella (Rotifera: Monogononta: Brachionidae). Hydrobiologia 344:163-167, 1997
Ref ID : 1899
Eyualem Abebe and A. Coomans; Aquatic nematodes from Ethiopia VIII; Enoplids, with descriptions of Brevitobrilus fesehai n. sp. and B. tsalolikhini n. sp. (Enoplida: Nematoda). Hydrobiologia 345:149-184, 1997