Reference (Ref ID : 6800-6899)

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    Mary Putt and Diane K. Stoecker; An experimentally determined carbon:volume ratio for marine "oligotrichous" ciliates from estuarine and coastal waters. Limnol.Oceanogr. 34(6):1097-1103, 1989
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    William N. Bennett and Martin E. Boraas; An experimental test of the egg-ratio method with instantaneous birth rate as an independent variable. Limnol.Oceanogr. 34(6):1120-1125, 1989
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    Lian-Zhen Li, Dong-Mei Zhou, Peng Wang, Sheng-Yang Jin, Willie J.G.M. Peijnenburg, Adriaan J. Reinecke, and Cornelis A.M. van Gestel; Effect of cation competition on cadmium uptake from solution by the earthworm Eisenia fetida. Environmental Toxicology & Chemistry 28(8):1732-1738, 2009
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    Danielle E. Sinnett, Mark E. Hodson, and Tony R. Hutchings; Food-chain transfer of cadmium and zinc from contaminated Urtica dioica to Helix aspersa and Lumbricus terrestris. Environmental Toxicology & Chemistry 28(8):1756-1766, 2009
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    J.M. Schmid-Araya; Small-sized invertebrates in a gravel stream: community structure and variability of benthic rotifers. Freshwater Biology 39:25-39, 1998
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    David J.S. Montagnes and Thomas Weisse; Fluctuating temperatures affect growth and population rates of planktonic ciliates. Aquatic Microbial Ecology 21:97-102, 2000
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    Eva Friis Moller and Torkel Gissel Nielsen; Plankton community structure and carbon cycling off the western coast of Greenland, with emphasis on sources of DOM for the bacterial community. Aquatic Microbial Ecology 22:13-25, 2000
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    Veljo Kisand and Priit Zingel; Dominance of ciliate grazing on bacteria during spring in a shallow eutrophic lake. Aquatic Microbial Ecology 22:135-142, 2000
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    Diane K. Stoecker, Kristi Stevens, and Daniel E. Gustafson, Jr.; Grazing on Pfiesteria piscicida by microzooplankton. Aquatic Microbial Ecology 22:261-270, 2000
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    Remy D. Tadonleke and Telesphore Sime-Ngando; Rates of growth and microbial grazing mortality of phytoplankton in a recent artificial lake. Aquatic Microbial Ecology 22:301-313, 2000
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    Bjorn Gucker and Helmut Fischer; Flagellate and ciliate distribution in sediments of a lowland river: relationships with environmental gradients and bacteria. Aquatic Microbial Ecology 31:67-76, 2003
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    Kam W. Tang and Rafel Simo; Trophic uptake and transfer of DMSP in simple planktonic food chains. Aquatic Microbial Ecology 31:193-202, 2003
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    Hae Jin Jeong, Kwan Ha Park, Jae Seong Kim, Heonjoong Kang, Chang Hoon Kim, Hyuk-Jae Choi, Young Soo Kim, Jae Yeon Park, and Myung Gil Park; Reduction in the toxicity of the dinoflagellate Gymnodinium catenatum when fed on by the heterotrophic dinoflagellate Polykrikos kofoidii. Aquatic Microbial Ecology 31:307-312, 2003
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    Outi Setala and Kai Kivi; Planktonic ciliates in the Baltic Sea in summer: distribution, species association and estimated grazing impact. Aquatic Microbial Ecology 32:287-297, 2003
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    M.J. Amorim, J.P. Sousa, A.J.A. Nogueira, and A.M.V.M. Soares; Bioavailability and Toxicokinetics of 14C-Lindane (gamma-HCH) in the Enchytraeid Enchytraeus albidus in Two Soil Types: The Aging Effect. Arch.Environ.Contam.Toxicol. 43:221-228, 2002
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    Pierre Yves Robidoux, Jalal Hawari, G. Bardai, L. Paquet, Guy Ampleman, Sonia Thiboutot, and Geoffrey I. Sunahara; TNT, RDX, and HMX Decrease Earthworm (Eisenia andrei) Life-Cycle Responses in a Spiked Natural Forest Soil. Arch.Environ.Contam.Toxicol. 43:379-388, 2002
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    K.A. Maenpaa, J.V.K. Kukkonen, and M.J. Lydy; Remediation of Heavy Metal-Contaminated Soils Using Phosphorus: Evaluation of Bioavailability Using an Earthworm Bioassay. Arch.Environ.Contam.Toxicol. 43:389-398, 2002
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    David J. Spurgeon and S.P. Hopkin; Tolerance to Zinc in Populations of the Earthworm Lumbricus rubellus from Uncontaminated and Metal-Contaminated Ecosystems. Arch.Environ.Contam.Toxicol. 37:332-337, 1999
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    R.S. Power and David I. de Pomerai; Effect of Single and Paired Metal Inputs in Soil on a Stress-Inducible Transgenic Nematode. Arch.Environ.Contam.Toxicol. 37:503-511, 1999
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    M.H.A.Z. Mutwakil, J.P. Reader, D.M. Holdich, P.R. Smithurst, E.P.M. Candido, D. Jones, E.G. Stringham, and David I. de Pomerai; Use of Stress-Inducible Transgenic Nematodes as Biomarkers of Heavy Metal Pollution in Water Samples from an English River System. Arch.Environ.Contam.Toxicol. 32:146-153, 1997
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    P. Ville, P. Roch, E.L. Cooper, and J.-F. Narbonne; Immuno-Modulator Effects of Carbaryl and 2,4 D in the Earthworm Eisenia fetida andrei. Arch.Environ.Contam.Toxicol. 32:291-297, 1997
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    Christopher P. Tatara, Michael C. Newman, John T. McCloskey, and Phillip L. Williams; Use of ion characteristics to predict relative toxicity of mono-, di- and trivalent metal ions: Caenorhabditis elegans LC50. Aquatic Toxicology 42:255-269, 1998
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    K. Wah Chu and King L. Chow; Synergistic toxicity of multiple heavy metals is revealed by a biological assay using a nematode and its transgenic derivative. Aquatic Toxicology 61:53-64, 2002
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    Markus Liebig, Philipp Egeler, Jorg Oehlmann, and Thomas Knacker; Bioaccumulation of 14C-17alpha-ethinylestradiol by the aquatic oligochaete Lumbriculus variegatus in spiked artificial sediment. Chemosphere 59:271-280, 2005
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    Monica J.B. Amorim, Jorg Rombke, and Amadeu M.V.M. Soares; Avoidance behaviour of Enchytraeus albidus: Effects of Benomyl, Carbendazim, phenmedipham and different soil types. Chemosphere 59:501-510, 2005
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    Jason M. Conder, Lisa D. Seals, and Roman P. Lanno; Method for determining toxicologically relevant cadmium residues in the earthworm Eisenia fetida. Chemosphere 49:1-7, 2002
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    Paul J. Van Den Brink, Ellen Van Donk, Ronald Gylstra, Steven J.H. Crum, and Theo C.M. Brock; Effects of chronic low concentrations of the pesticides Chlorpyrifos and Atrazine in indoor freshwater microcosms. Chemosphere 31(5):3181-3200, 1995
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    A.U. Conrad, S.D. Comber, and K. Simkiss; Pyrene bioavailability; effect of sediment-chemical contact time on routes of uptake in an oligochaete worm. Chemosphere 49:447-454, 2002
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    Koen Lock and Colin R. Janssen; Cadmium Toxicity for Terrestrial Invertebrates: Taking Soil Parameters Affecting Bioavailability into Account. Ecotoxicology 10:315-322, 2001
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    C.A.M. van Gestel, E.M. Dirven-Van Breemen, R. Baerselman, H.J.B. Emans, J.A.M. Janssen, R. Postuma, and P.J.M. Van Vliet; Comparison of Sublethal and Lethal Criteria for Nine Different Chemicals in Standardized Toxicity Tests Using the Earthworm Eisenia andrei. Ecotoxicol.& Environ.Safety 23:206-220, 1992
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    Michael E. Honeycutt, Brian L. Roberts, and David S. Roane; Cadmium Disposition in the Earthworm Eisenia fetida. Ecotoxicol.& Environ.Safety 30:143-150, 1995
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    C.A.M. van Gestel; Validation of Earthworm Toxicity Tests by Comparison with Field Studies: A Review of Benomyl, Carbendazim, Carbofuran, and Carbaryl. Ecotoxicol.& Environ.Safety 23:221-236, 1992
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    David J. Spurgeon and Stephen P. Hopkin; Effects of Metal-Contaminated Soils on the Growth, Sexual Development, and Early Cocoon Production of the Earthworm Eisenia fetida, with Particular Reference to Zinc. Ecotoxicol.& Environ.Safety 35:86-95, 1996
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    Claus Svendsen and Jason M. Weeks; Relevance and Applicability of a Simple Earthworm Biomarker of Copper Exposure I. Links to Ecological Effects in a Laboratory Study with Eisenia andrei. Ecotoxicol.& Environ.Safety 36:72-79, 1997
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    L. Posthuma, R. Baerselman, R.P.M. Van Veen, and E.M. Dirven-Van Breemen; Single and Joint Toxic Effects of Copper and Zinc on Reproduction of Enchytraeus crypticus in Relation to Sorption of Metals in Soils. Ecotoxicol.& Environ.Safety 38:108-121, 1997
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    Mari P.J.C. Marinussen, Sjoerd E.A.T.M. van der Zee, and Frans A.M. de Haan; Effect of Cd or Pb Addition to Cu-Contaminated Soil on Tissue Cu Accumulation in the Earthworm, Dendrobaena veneta. Ecotoxicol.& Environ.Safety 38:309-315, 1997
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    L. Twagilimana, J. Bohatier, C-A. Groliere, F. Bonnemoy, and D. Sargos; A New Low-Cost Microbiotest with the Protozoan Spirostomum teres: Culture Conditions and Assessment of Sensitivity of the Ciliate to 14 Pure Chemicals. Ecotoxicol.& Environ.Safety 41:231-244, 1998
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    A.P. Bearden, G.D. Sinks, W.H.J. Vaes, E. Urrestarazu Ramos, J.L.M. Hermens, and T.W. Schultz; Bioavailability, Biodegradation, and Acclimation of Tetrahymena pyriformis to 1-Octanol. Ecotoxicol.& Environ.Safety 44:86-91, 1999
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    I. Moreno-Garrido, L.M. Lubian, and A.M.V.M. Soares; In Vitro Populations of Rotifer Brachionus plicatilis Muller Demonstrate Inhibition When Fed with Copper-Preaccumulating Microalgae. Ecotoxicol.& Environ.Safety 44:220-225, 1999
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    M.S. Maboeta, A.J. Reinecke, and S.A. Reinecke; Effects of Low Levels of Lead on Growth and Reproduction of the Asian earthworm Perionyx excavatus (Oligochaeta). Ecotoxicol.& Environ.Safety 44:236-240, 1999
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    Willie J.G.M. Peijnenburg, Rob Baerselman, Arthur C. de Groot, Tjalling Jager, Leo Posthuma, and Rens P.M. Van Veen; Relating Environmental Availability of Bioavailability: Soil-Type-Dependent Metal Accumulation in the Oligochaete Eisenia andrei. Ecotoxicol.& Environ.Safety 44:294-310, 1999
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    Hendrik Segers, Chukwuemekanim S. Nwadiaro, and Henri J. Dumont; Rotifera of some lakes in the floodplain of the River Niger (Imo State, Nigeria) II. Faunal composition and diversity. Hydrobiologia 250:63-71, 1993
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    La-orsri Sanoamuang and Jan C. McKenzie; A simplified method for preparing rotifer trophi for scanning electron microscopy. Hydrobiologia 250:91-95, 1993
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    Russell J. Shiel and Walter Koste; Rotifer communities of billabongs in northern and south-eastern Australia. Hydrobiologia 104:41-47, 1983
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    Hendrik Segers, Nuray Emir, and Johan Mertens; Rotifera from north and northeast Anatolia (Turkey). Hydrobiologia 245:179-189, 1992
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    T.K. Gyedu-Ababio, J.P. Furstenberg, D. Baird, and A. Vanreusel; Nematodes as indicators of pollution: a case study from the Swartkops River system, South Africa. Hydrobiologia 397:155-169, 1999
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    Goran Bengtsson, Sten Nordstrom, and Sten Rundgren; Population Density and Tissue Metal Concentration of Lumbricids in Forest Soils Near a Brass Mill. Environ.Pollut.A 30:87-108, 1983
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    Elizabeth A. Kruse and Gary W. Barrett; Effects of Municipal Sludge and Fertilizer on Heavy Metal Accumulation in Earthworms. Environ.Pollut.A 38:235-244, 1985
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    E.A. Stafford and S.P. McGrath; The Use of Acid Insoluble Residue to Correct for the Presence of Soil-Derived Metals in the Gut of Earthworms usd as Bio-indicator Organisms. Environ.Pollut.A 42:233-246, 1986
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    Mari P.J.C. Marinussen, Sjoerd E.A.T.M. Van der Zee, and Frans A.M. de Haan; Cu Accumulation in the earthworm Dendrobaena veneta in a Heavy Metal (Cu, Pb, Zn) Contaminated Site compared to Cu Accumulation in Laboratory Experiments. Environmental Pollution 96(2):227-233, 1997
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    P.C.J. van Vliet, Sjoerd E.A.T.M. van der Zee, and W.C. Ma; Heavy metal concentrations in soil and earthworms in a floodplain grassland. Environmental Pollution 138:505-516, 2005
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    Gary L. Phipps, Gerald T. Ankley, Duane A. Benott, and Vincent R. Mattson; Use of the Aquatic Oligochaete Lumbriculus variegatus for Assessing the Toxicity and Bioaccumulation of Sediment-Associated Contaminants. Environmental Toxicology & Chemistry 12:269-279, 1993
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    Steven G. Donkin and Phillip L. Williams; Influence of Developmental stage, Salts and Food presence on various End Points using Caenorhabditis elegans for Aquatic Toxicity Testing. Environmental Toxicology & Chemistry 14(12):2139-2147, 1995
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    Walter Traunspurger, Markus Haitzer, Sebastian Hoss, Stefanie Beier, Wolfgang Ahlf, and Christian Steinberg; Ecotoxicological Assessment of Aquatic Sediments with Caenorhabditis elegans (Nematoda) - A Method for Testing Liquid Medium and Whole-sediment samples. Environmental Toxicology & Chemistry 16(2):245-250, 1997
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    Steve C. Sheppard, William G. Evenden, and Teresa C. Cornwell; Depuration and Uptake Kinetics of I, Cs, Mn, Zn and Cd by the earthworm (Lumbricus terrestris) in radiotracer-spiked litter. Environmental Toxicology & Chemistry 16(10):2106-2112, 1997
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    Rene P.T. Janssen, Leo Posthuma, Rob Baerselman, Henri A. Den Hollander, Rens P.M. Van Veen, and Willie J.G.M. Peijnenburg; Equilibrium Partitioning of Heavy Metals in Dutch Field Soils. II. Prediction of Metal Accumulation in Earthworms. Environmental Toxicology & Chemistry 16(12):2479-2488, 1997
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    David J. Spurgeon, Claus Svendsen, Viv R. Rimmer, Stephen P. Hopkin, and Jason M. Weeks; Relative Sensitivity of Life-Cycle and Biomarker Responses in Four Earthworm Species exposed to Zinc. Environmental Toxicology & Chemistry 19(7):1800-1808, 2000
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    Tom Bongers, Krassimira Ilieva-Makulec, and Klemens Ekschmitt; Acute Sensitivity of Nematode Taxa to CuSO4, and Relationships with Feeding-type and Life-history Classification. Environmental Toxicology & Chemistry 20(7):1511-1516, 2001
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    Caroline J. Langdon, Trevor G. Piearce, Andrew A. Meharg, and Kirk T. Semple; Inherited Resistance to Arsenate Toxicity in Two populations of Lumbricus rubellus. Environmental Toxicology & Chemistry 22(10):2344-2348, 2003 1511-1516, 2001
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    Ignacio Alejandro Perez-Legaspi and Roberto Rico-Martinez; Phospholipase A2 Activity in Three Species of Littoral Freshwater Rotifers Exposed to Several Toxicants. Environmental Toxicology & Chemistry 22(10):2349-2353, 2003
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    Sebastian Hoss, Walter Traunspurger, Gabriele F. Severin, Ingrid Juttner, Gerd Pfister, and Karl-Werner Schramm; Influence of 4-Nonylphenol on the Structure of Nematode Communities in Freshwater Microcosms. Environmental Toxicology & Chemistry 23(5):1268-1275, 2004
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    Kyung-Hee Shin, Haeryong Jung, Peichun Chang, Heechul Choi, and Kyoung-Woong Kim; Earthworm Toxicity during Chemical Oxidation of Diesel-contaminated Sand. Environmental Toxicology & Chemistry 24(8):1924-1929, 2005
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    David J. Spurgeon and S.P. Hopkin; Extrapolation of the laboratory-based OECD earthworm toxicity test to metal-contaminated field sites. Ecotoxicology 4:190-205, 1995
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    Pierre Yves Robidoux, Jalal Hawari, Sonia Thiboutot, Guy Ampleman, and Geoffrey I. Sunahara; Acute Toxicity of 2,4,6-Trinitrotoluene in Earthworm (Eisenia andrei). Ecotoxicol.& Environ.Safety 44:311-321, 1999
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    R. Hartenstein, E.F. Neuhauser, and J. Collier; Accumulation of Heavy Metals in the Earthworm Eisenia foetida. J.Environ.Qual. 9(1):23-26, 1980
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    Mari P.J.C. Marinussen, Sjoerd E.A.T.M. Van der Zee, Frans A.M. de Haan, Lydia M. Bouwman, and Mariet M. Hefting; Heavy Metal (Copper, Lead, and Zinc) Accumulation and Excretion by the Earthworm, Dendrobaena veneta. J.Environ.Qual. 26:278-284, 1997
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    Mark S. Pearson, Kimmo Maenpaa, Gary M. Pierzynski, and Michael J. Lydy; Effects of Soil Amendments on the Bioavailability of Lead, Zinc, and Cadmium to Earthworms. J.Environ.Qual. 29:1611-1617, 2000
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    Helga Muller; The Relative Importance of Different Ciliate Taxa in the Pelagic Food Web in Lake Constance. Microbial Ecology 18:261-273, 1989
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    Ch. Bharathi and B.V.S.S.R. Subba Rao; Toxic Effects of Two Organophosphate Insecticides, Monocrotophos and Dichlorvos to Common Earthworm Lampito mauritii (Kinberg). Water,Air,and Soil Pollution 28:127-130, 1986
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    Goran Bengtsson, Torsten Gunnarsson, and Sten Rundgren; Effects of Metal Pollution on the Earthworm Dendrobaena rubida (Sav.) in Acidified Soils. Water,Air,and Soil Pollution 28:361-383, 1986
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    Sion C. Edwards, Cecilia L. Macleod, and John N. Lester; The Bioavailability of Copper and Mercury to the Common Nettle (Urtica dioica) and the Earthworm Eisenia fetida from Contaminated Dredge Spoil. Water,Air,and Soil Pollution 102:75-90, 1998
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    P.Mangala C.S. De Silva and Cornelis A.M. van Gestel; Development of an alternative artificial soil for earthworm toxicity testing in tropical countries. Applied Soil Ecology 43:170-174, 2009
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    H. Eijsackers, J. Bruggeman, J. Harmsen, Th. de Kort, and A. Schakel; Colonization of PAH-contaminated dredged sediment by earthworms. Applied Soil Ecology 43:216-225, 2009
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    John R. Dolan and Charles L. Gallegos; Estuarine diversity of tintinnids (planktonic ciliates). J.Plankton Research 23(9):1009-1027, 2001
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    Jorge Ciros-Perez, Africa Gomez, and Manuel Serra; On the taxonomy of three sympatric sibling species of the Brachionus plicatilis (Rotifera) complex from Spain, with the description of B. ibericus n. sp. J.Plankton Research 23(12):1311-1328, 2001
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    Thomas Weisse and Angela Frahm; Species-specific interactions between small planktonic ciliates (Urotricha spp.) and rotifers (Keratella spp.). J.Plankton Research 23(12):1329-1338, 2001
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    Iola G. Boechat and Rita Adrian; Evidence for biochemical limitation of population growth and reproduction of the rotifer Keratella quadrata fed with freshwater protists. J.Plankton Research 28(11):1027-1038, 2006
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    Marc Pagano; Feeding of tropical cladocerans (Moina micrura, Diaphanosoma excisum) and rotifer (Brachionus calyciflorus) on natural phytoplankton: effect of phytoplankton size-structure. J.Plankton Research 30(4):401-414, 2008
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    Nathan S.P. Ning, Daryl L. Nielsen, Terry J. Hillman, and Phil J. Suter; Evaluation of a new technique for characterizing resting stage zooplankton assemblages in riverine slackwater habitats and floodplain wetlands. J.Plankton Research 30(4):415-422, 2008
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    Ulrike Obertegger, Giovanna Flaim, and Ruben Sommaruga; Multifactorial nature of rotifer water layer preferences in an oligotrophic lake. J.Plankton Research 30(6):633-643, 2008
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    Martina Strojsova, Jiri Nedoma, Jaromir Sed'a, and Jaroslav Vrba; Diet quality impact on growth, reproduction and digestive activity in Brachionus calyciflorus. J.Plankton Research 30(10):1123-1131, 2008
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    Coleen T. Murphy, Steven A. McCarroll, Cornelia I. Bargmann, Andrew Fraser, Ravi S. Kamath, Julie Ahringer, Hao Li, and Cynthia Kenyon; Genes that act downstream of DAF-16 to influence the lifespan of Caenorhabditis elegans. Nature 424(17):277-284, 2003
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    Michael A. Gates, Andrew Rogerson, and Jacques Berger; Dry to Wet Weight Biomass Conversion Constant for Tetrahymena elliotti (Ciliophora, Protozoa). Oecologia 55:145-148, 1982
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    Tom Bongers; The maturity index: an ecological measure of environmental disturbance based on nematode species composition. Oecologia 83:14-19, 1990
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    Sharon P. Lawler; Direct and indirect effects in microcosm communities of protists. Oecologia 93:184-190, 1993
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    N.A. Martin; Earthworm Biomass: Influence of Gut Content and Formaldehyde Preservation on Live-to-dry Weight Ratios of Three Common Species of Pasture Lumbricidae. Soil Biol.Biochem. 18(3):245-250, 1986
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    B.S. Griffiths; Mineralization of Nitrogen and Phosphorus by Mixed Cultures of the Ciliate Protozoan Colpoda steinii, the Nematode Rhabditis sp. and the Bacterium Pseudomonas fluorescens. Soil Biol.Biochem. 18(6):637-641, 1986
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    Alexander G. Viktorov; Diversity of Polyploid Races in the family Lumbricidae. Soil Biol.Biochem. 29(3/4):217-221, 1997
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    Michael Bonkowski and Matthias Schaefer; Interactions between Earthworms and Soil Protozoa: A Trophic Component in the Soil Food Web. Soil Biol.Biochem. 29(3/4):499-502, 1997
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    Hartmut Kula and Otto Larink; Development and Standardization of Test Methods for the Prediction of Sublethal Effects of Chemicals on Earthworms. Soil Biol.Biochem. 29(3/4):635-639, 1997
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    Mari P.J.C. Marinussen and Sjoerd E.A.T.M. Van der Zee; Cu Accumulation by Lumbricus rubellus as Affected by Total Amount of Cu in Soil, Soil moisture and Soil heterogeneity. Soil Biol.Biochem. 29(3/4):641-647, 1997
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    Abdul Motalib M. Abdul Rida and Marcel B. Bouche; Heavy Metal Linkages with Mineral, Organic and Living Soil Compartments. Soil Biol.Biochem. 29(3/4):649-655, 1997
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    Neela M. Akhouri, Eileen J. Kladivko, and Ronald F. Turco; Sorption and Degradation of Atrazine in Middens formed by Lumbricus terrestris. Soil Biol.Biochem. 29(3/4):663-666, 1997
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    Erno Fischer and Laszlo Molnar; Growth and Reproduction of Eisenia fetida (Oligochaeta, Lumbricidae) in Semi-natural Soil containing various Metal Chlorides. Soil Biol.Biochem. 29(3/4):667-670, 1997
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    Fred Heimbach; Field Tests on the Side Effects onf pesticides on earthworms: Influence of Plot Size and Cultivation Practices. Soil Biol.Biochem. 29(3/4):671-676, 1997
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    P. Brousseau, N. Fugere, J. Bernier, D. Coderre, D. Nadeau, G. Poirier, and M. Fournier; Evaluation of Earthworm exposure to Contaminated soil by Cytometric Assay of Coelomocytes Phagocytosis in Lumbricus terrestris (Oligochaeta). Soil Biol.Biochem. 29(3/4):681-684, 1997
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    D.G. Fitzgerald, R.P. Lanno, U. Klee, A. Farwell, and D.G. Dixon; Critical Body Residues (CBRs): Applications in the Assessment of Pentachlorophenol Toxicity to Eisenia fetida in Artificial Soil. Soil Biol.Biochem. 29(3/4):685-688, 1997
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    R.P. Lanno, Gladys L. Stephenson, and C.D. Wren; Applications of Toxicity Curves in Assessing the Toxicity of Diazinon and Pentachlorophenol to Lumbricus terrestris in Natural Soils. Soil Biol.Biochem. 29(3/4):689-692, 1997