Reference (Ref ID : 1900-1999)

Ref ID : 1900
Claudia Ricci and Manuela Pagani; Desiccation of Panagrolaimus rigidus (Nematoda): survival, reproduction and the influence on the internal clock. Hydrobiologia 347:1-13, 1997
Ref ID : 1901
Agnes W. Muthumbi and Magda Vincx; Acantholaimus (chromadoridae: nematoda) from the Indian Ocean: description of seven species. Hydrobiologia 346:59-76, 1997
Ref ID : 1902
Agnes W. Muthumbi, Karline Soetaert, and Magda Vincx; Deep-sea nematodes from the Indian Ocean: new and known species of the family Comesomatidae. Hydrobiologia 346:25-57, 1997
Ref ID : 1903
Anja L. Ooms-Wilms; Are bacteria an important food source for rotifers in eutrophic lakes? J.Plankton Research 19(8):1125-1141, 1997
Ref ID : 1904
Tanja Plassmann, Gerhard Maier, and Hans Bernd Stich; Predation impact of Cyclops vicinus on the rotifer community in Lake Constance in spring. J.Plankton Research 19(8):1069-1079, 1997
Ref ID : 1905
Rafael Oltra and Rafael Todoli; Effect of temperature, salinity and food level on the life history traits of the marine rotifer Synchaeta cecilia valentina, n. subsp. J.Plankton Research 19(6):693-702, 1997
Ref ID : 1906
John J. Gilbert; Effect of food availability on the response of planktonic rotifers to a toxic strain of the cyanobacterium Anabaena flos-aquae. Limnol.Oceanogr. 41(7):1565-1572, 1996
Ref ID : 1907
Kevin L. Kirk; Egg size, offspring quality and food level in planktonic rotifers. Freshwater Biology 37:515-521, 1997
Ref ID : 1908
Roger Pourriot, Veronique Horeau, and Claude Rougier; Filinia (Rotifera, Monogononta) populations in French Guyana: F. novaezealandiae, F. saltator, with remarks on the variability of some characters. Arch.Hydrobiol. 139(4):563-575, 1997
Ref ID : 1909
Elisabeth A. Deimling, William J. Liss, Gary L. Larson, Robert L. Hoffman, and Gregg A. Lomnicky; Rotifer abundance and distribution in the northern Cascade mountains, Washington, USA. Arch.Hydrobiol. 138(3):345-363, 1997
Ref ID : 1910
Andreas Anlauf; Enzyme variability of Tubifex tubifex (Muller) (Oligochaeta, Tubificidae) and seven other tubificid species. Arch.Hydrobiol. 139(1):83-100, 1997
Ref ID : 1911
Claude Lang and Brigitte Lods-Crozet; Oligochaetes versus chironomids as indicators of trophic state in two Swiss lakes recovering from eutrophication. Arch.Hydrobiol. 139(2):187-195, 1997
Ref ID : 1912
Andreas Anlauf and Dietrich Neumann; The genetic variability of Tubifex tubifex (Muller) in 20 populations and its relation to habitat type. Arch.Hydrobiol. 139(2):145-162, 1997
Ref ID : 1913
Mari P.J.C. Marinussen, Sjoerd E.A.T.M. Van der Zee, and Frans A.M. de Haan; Cu accumulation in Lumbricus rubellus under laboratory conditions compared with accumulation under field conditions. Ecotoxicol.& Environ.Safety 36:17-26, 1997
Ref ID : 1914
Chris Klok and Andre M. de Roos; Population level consequences of toxicological influences on individual growth and reproduction in Lumbricus rubellus (Lumbricidae, Oligochaeta). Ecotoxicol.& Environ.Safety 33:118-127, 1996
Ref ID : 1915
D.J. Spurgeon, M.A. Tomlin, and S.P. Hopkin; Influence of temperature on the toxicity of zinc to the earthworm Eisenia fetida. Bull.Environ.Contam.Toxicol. 58:283-290, 1997
Ref ID : 1916
Silvia P. Pelegri and T. Henry Blackburn; Effects of Tubifex tubifex (Oligochaeta: Tubificidae) on N-mineralization in freshwater sediments, measured with 15N isotopes. Aquatic Microbial Ecology 9:289-294, 1995
Ref ID : 1917
Goran Ewald, Olof Berglund, and Jonas M. Svensson; Effect of oligochaete bioturbation on sediment accumulation of 2,2',4,4'-Tetrachlorobiphenyl. Ecotoxicol.& Environ.Safety 36:66-71, 1997
Ref ID : 1918
Visa Nuutinen and Kevin R. Butt; The mating behaviour of the earthworm Lumbricus terrestris (Oligochaeta: Lumbricidae). J.Zool.,Lond. 242:783-798, 1997
Ref ID : 1919
G.F. Bloemers, M. Hodda, P.J.D. Lambshead, J.H. Lawton, and F.R. Wanless; The effect of forest disturbance on diversity of tropical soil nematodes. Oecologia 111:575-582, 1997
Ref ID : 1920
Walter Traunspurger, Matthias Bergtold, and Willem Goedkoop; The effects of nematodes on bacterial activity and abundance in a freshwater sediment. Oecologia 112:118-122, 1997
Ref ID : 1921
Randy Gaugler, Edwin Lewis, and Robin J. Stuart; Ecology in the service of biological control: the case of entomoparthogenic nematodes. Oecologia 109:483-489, 1997
Ref ID : 1922
Africa Gomez, Maria Jose Carmona, and Manuel Serra; Ecological factors affecting gene flow in the Brachionus plicatilis complex (Rotifera). Oecologia 111:350-356, 1997
Ref ID : 1923
W.T. Edmondson; Fresh-Water Biology. John Wiley & Sons, Inc. 2nd:1-1248, 1959
Ref ID : 1924
Charles L. Brownell and D.A. Horstman; Two low-maintenance culture system for small pelagic marine animals. Aquaculture 65:375-383, 1987
Ref ID : 1925
Charles L. Brownell; Cannibalistic interactions among young anchovy: A first attempt to apply laboratory behavioural observations to the field. S.Afr.J.mar.sci. 5:503-511, 1987
Ref ID : 1926
Randall E. Ransom, Thomas A. Nerad, and Peter G. Meier; Acute toxicity of some bluegreen algae to the protozoan Paramecium caudatum. J.Phycol. 14:114-116, 1978
Ref ID : 1927
James K. Koehler; Studies on the survival of the rotifer Philodina after freezing and thawing. Cryobiology. 3(5):392-399, 1967
Ref ID : 1928
Rowland Southern; Contributions towards a monograph of the British and Irish Oligochaeta. Proceeding of the Royal Irish Academy 27:119-182, 1909 (In file)
Ref ID : 1929
M.V.S.S.S. Dhanapathi; Rotifers from Andhra Pradesh, India-I. Hydrobiologia 45(4):357-372, 1974
Ref ID : 1930
M.V.S.S.S. Dhanapathi; New species of rotifer from India belonging to the family Brachionidae. Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society 62:305-308, 1978
Ref ID : 1931
M.V.S.S.S. Dhanapathi; Rotifers from Andhra Pradesh, India. Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society 57(1):85-94, 1975
Ref ID : 1932
M.V.S.S.S. Dhanapathi; Studies on the distribution of Brachionus calyciflorus in India. Arch.Hydrobiol.Beih. 8:226-229, 1977
Ref ID : 1933
Sudzuki Minoru; Some puzzling problems in the taxonomy of Brachionus and Keratella. Arch.Hydrobiol.Beih. 8:230-231, 1977
Ref ID : 1934
M.V.S.S.S. Dhanapathi; Rotifers from Andhra Pradesh, India. II Euchlanis brahmae sp. nov. with taxonomic notes on Indian species of the genus Euchlanis Ehrenberg. Mem.Soc.Zool.,Guntur I:43-48, 1976
Ref ID : 1935
M.V.S.S.S. Dhanapathi; A new Brachionid rotifer Platyias quadricornis andhraensis subsp. nov. from India. Curr. Sci. 43(11):358, 1974
Ref ID : 1936
M.V.S.S.S. Dhanapathi; On the occurrence of the rare rotifer Rotaria neptunia (Ehrenberg) In India. Curr. Sci. 42(21):770, 1973
Ref ID : 1937
M.V.S.S.S. Dhanapathi; New record of the rotifer Tripleuchlanis plicata (Levander) from India. Curr. Sci. 44(4):130, 1975
Ref ID : 1938
M.V.S.S.S. Dhanapathi; Taxonomic notes on some Gastrotricha from coastal Andhra Pradesh. Mem.Soc.Zool.,Guntur I:76-78, 1976
Ref ID : 1939
M.V.S.S.S. Dhanapathi; Variations in some rotifers of the family, Brachionidae. J.Aqua.Biol. 12(1 & 2):8-15, 1997
Ref ID : 1940
Thong Lam-Hoai, Claude Rougier, and Gerard Lasserre; Tintinnids and rotifers in a northern Mediterranean coastal lagoon. Structural diversity and function through biomass estimations. Mar.Ecol.Prog.Ser. 152:13-25, 1997
Ref ID : 1941
J. Green; Keratella cochlearis (Gosse) in Africa. Hydrobiologia 147:3-8, 1987
Ref ID : 1942
M. De Ridder; Distribution of rotifers in African fresh and inland saline waters. Hydrobiologia 147:9-14, 1987
Ref ID : 1943
B.K. Sharma and Sumita Sharma; On species of genus Lepadella (Eurotatoria: Monogononta: Colurellidae) from North-Eastern India, with remarks on Indian taxa. Hydrobiologia 147:15-22, 1987
Ref ID : 1944
Russell J. Shiel, C.J. Merrick, and G.G. Ganf; The rotifera of impoundments in Southeastern Australia. Hydrobiologia 147:23-29, 1987
Ref ID : 1945
Walter Koste and Russell J. Shiel; Tasmanian rotifera: Affinities with the Australian fauna. Hydrobiologia 147:31-43, 1987
Ref ID : 1946
R. Chengalath and Walter Koste; Rotifera from northwestern Canada. Hydrobiologia 147:49-56, 1987
Ref ID : 1947
Charles E. King and Yuqi Zhao; Coexistence of rotifer (Brachionus plicatilis) clones in Soda Lake, Nevada. Hydrobiologia 147:57-64, 1987
Ref ID : 1948
Henri J. Dumont and M. De Ridder; Rotifers from Turkey. Hydrobiologia 147:65-73, 1987
Ref ID : 1949
Maria Rosa Miracle, Manuel Serra, Eduardo Vicente, and Carmen Blanco; Distribution of Brachionus species in Spanish mediterranean wetlands. Hydrobiologia 147:75-81, 1987
Ref ID : 1950
Radovan Erben; Rotifer fauna in the periphyton of Karst rivers in Croatia, Yugoslavia. Hydrobiologia 147:103-105, 1987
Ref ID : 1951
Claudia N. Ricci; Ecology of bdelloids: how to be successful. Hydrobiologia 147:117-127, 1987
Ref ID : 1952
W.T. Edmondson and Arni H. Litt; Conochilus in Lake Washington. Hydrobiologia 147:157-162, 1987
Ref ID : 1953
Alois Herzig; The analysis of planktonic rotifer populations: A plea for long-term investigations. Hydrobiologia 147:163-180, 1987
Ref ID : 1954
Heidi Berner-Frankhauser; The influence of sampling strategy on the apparent population dynamics of planktonic rotifers. Hydrobiologia 147:181-188, 1987
Ref ID : 1955
Ruth Laxhuber; Abundance and distribution of pelagic rotifers in a cold, deep oligotrophic alpine lake (Konigssee). Hydrobiologia 147:189-196, 1987
Ref ID : 1956
Wolfgang Hofmann; Population dynamics of hypolimnetic rotifers in the Pluss-see (North Germany). Hydrobiologia 147:197-201, 1987
Ref ID : 1957
L.J. Stewart and D.G. George; Environmental factors influencing the vertical migration of planktonic rotifers in a hypereutrophic tarn. Hydrobiologia 147:203-208, 1987
Ref ID : 1958
Reidar Grundstrom; Changes in the population dynamics of Keratella cochlearis (Gosse), Kellicottia longispina (Gosse) and Polyarthra vulgaris Carlin in a fertilized enclosure. Hydrobiologia 147:215-219, 1987
Ref ID : 1959
D.P. Hewitt and D.G. George; The population dynamics of Keratella cochlearis in a hypereutrophic tarn and the possible impact of predation by young roach. Hydrobiologia 147:221-227, 1987
Ref ID : 1960
Kennedy F. Roche; Post-encounter vulnerability of some rotifer prey types to predation by the copepod Acanthocyclops robustus. Hydrobiologia 147:229-233, 1987
Ref ID : 1961
Stephen T. Threlkeld and Elizabeth M. Choinski; Rotifers, cladocerans and planktivorous fish: What are the major interactions? Hydrobiologia 147:239-243, 1987
Ref ID : 1962
T. Abu Rezeq and Charles M. James; Production and nutritional quality of the rotifer Brachionus plicatilis fed marine Chlorella sp. at different cell densities. Hydrobiologia 147:257-261, 1987
Ref ID : 1963
Charles M. James, P. Dias, and Assad E. Salman; The use of marine yeast (Candida sp.) and baker's yeast (Saccharomyces cerevisiae) in combination with Chlorella sp. for mass culture of the rotifer Brachionus plicatilis. Hydrobiologia 147:263-268, 1987
Ref ID : 1964
Hirayama Kazutsugu; A consideration of why mass culture of the rotifer Brachionus plicatilis with baker's yeast is unstable. Hydrobiologia 147:269-270, 1987 (In file)
Ref ID : 1965
George William Salt; The components of feeding behavior in rotifers. Hydrobiologia 147:271-281, 1987
Ref ID : 1966
Richard S. Stemberger; The potential for population growth of Ascomorpha ecaudis. Hydrobiologia 147:297-301, 1987
Ref ID : 1967
J.M. Scott; Further nutritional studies on the marine rotifer Encentrum linnhei. Hydrobiologia 147:303-306, 1987
Ref ID : 1968
M. Yufera; Effect of algal diet and temperature on the embryonic development time of the rotifer Brachionus plicatilis in culture. Hydrobiologia 147:319-322, 1987
Ref ID : 1969
Sif Johansson; Factors influencing the occurrence of males in natural populations of Syncaeta spp. Hydrobiologia 147:323-327, 1987
Ref ID : 1970
Elizabeth S. Wurdak; Ultrastructure and histochemistry, of the stomach of Asplanchna sieboldi. Hydrobiologia 147:361-371, 1987
Ref ID : 1971
Thomas Nogrady; Neuropharmacology of rotifer feeding, oviposition, and anesthesia. Hydrobiologia 147:373, 1987
Ref ID : 1972
John O. Corliss; THE CILIATED PROTOZOA Characterization, Classification and Guide to the Literature. Pergamon Press. :1-455, 1979. 0-08-018752-8. (In file)
Ref ID : 1973
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Ref ID : 1974
F. Heggemann, R. Schmelter, and W. Kleinow; Ribosomes of Brachionus plicatilis (Rotifera) - distribution in homogenate fractions and general properties. Hydrobiologia 361:11-24, 1998
Ref ID : 1975
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Ref ID : 1976
Terry W. Snell and Manuel Serra; Dynamics of natural rotifer populations. Hydrobiologia 368:29-35, 1998
Ref ID : 1977
Willem H. De Smet; Cephalodella segersi n. sp. (Notommatidae, Monogononta), a new rotifer from Belgium, with notes on C. catellina (O.F.Muller, 1786), C. fluviatilis (Zavadovsky, 1926) and C. maior Zavadovsky, 1926 stat. nov. Hydrobiologia 367:1-13, 1998
Ref ID : 1978
Yan Zhuge, L.A. Kutikova, and Minoru Sudzuki; Notholca dongtingensis (Rotifera: Monogononta: Brachionidae), a new species from Dongting Lake, China. Hydrobiologia 368:37-40, 1998
Ref ID : 1979
Dmitri A. Maslov, Herbert A. Avila, James A. Lake, and Larry Simpson; Evolution of RNA editing in kinetoplastid protozoa. Nature 368:345-348, 1994
Ref ID : 1980
Shafiq-Ur-Rehman; A red bloom of Euglena shafiqii, a new species, in Dal Lake, Srinagar, Kashmir. Water,Air,and Soil Pollution 108:69-82, 1998
Ref ID : 1981
Anna Marie Pyle, Felicia L. Murphy, and Thomas R. Cech; RNA substrate binding site in the catalytic core of the Tetrahymena ribozome. Nature 358:123-128, 1992
Ref ID : 1982
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Ref ID : 1983
Georg Mohr, Mark G. Caprara, Qingbin Guo, and Alan M. Lambowitz; A tyrosyl-tRNA synthetase can function similarly to an RNA structure in the Tetrahymena ribozyme. Nature 370:147-150, 1994
Ref ID : 1984
T.W. Schultz and A.P. Bearden; Structure-Toxicity relationships for selected Naphthoquinones to Tetrahymena pyriformis. Bull.Environ.Contam.Toxicol. 61:405-410, 1998
Ref ID : 1985
JoAnn M. Burkholder, Edward J. Noga, Cecil H. Hobbs, and Howard B. Glasgow, Jr.; New 'phantom' dinoflagellate is the causative agent of major estuarine fish kills. Nature 358:407-410, 1992
Ref ID : 1986
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Ref ID : 1987
Urania Christaki, John R. Dolan, Silvia P. Pelegri, and Fereidoun Rassoulzadegan; Consumption of picoplankton-size particles by marine ciliates: Effects of physiological state of the ciliate and particle quality. Limnol.Oceanogr. 43(3):458-464, 1998
Ref ID : 1988
E. Greenbaum, J. Warren Lee, C.V. Tevault, S.L. Blankinship, and L.J. Mets; CO2 fixation and photoevolution of H2 and O2 in a mutant of Chlamydomonas lacking photosystem I. Nature 376:438-441, 1995
Ref ID : 1989
Katherine Barbeau, James W. Moffett, David A. Caron, Peter L. Croot, and Deana L. Erdner; Role of protozoan grazing in relieving iron limitation of phytoplankton. Nature 380:61-64, 1996
Ref ID : 1990
Matti T. Leppanen and Jussi V.K. Kukkonen; Factors affecting feeding rate, reproduction and growth of an oligochaete Lumbriculus variegatus (Muller). Hydrobiologia 377:183-194, 1998
Ref ID : 1991
Mingxia Huang and Martin Chalfie; Gene interactions affecting mechanosensory transduction in Caenorhabditis elegans. Nature 367:467-470, 1994
Ref ID : 1992
Henry Roehl and Judith Kimble; Control of cell fate in C.elegans by a GLP-1 peptide consisting primarily of ankyrin repeats. Nature 364:632-635, 1993
Ref ID : 1993
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Ref ID : 1994
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Ref ID : 1995
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Ref ID : 1996
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Ref ID : 1997
Jeffrey S. Simske and Stuart K. Kim; Sequential signalling during Caenorhabditis elegans vulval induction. Nature 375:142-146, 1995
Ref ID : 1998
Ikue Mori and Yasumi Ohsima; Neural regulation of thermotaxis in Caenorhabditis elegans. Nature 376:344-348, 1995
Ref ID : 1999
Andrew D. Chisholm and H. Robert Horvitz; Patterning of the Caenorhabditis elegans head region by the Pax-6 family member vab-3. Nature 377:52-55, 1995