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S.M. Macfie, Y. Tarmohamed, and P.M. Welbourn; Effects of Cadmium, Cobalt, Copper, and Nickel on Growth of the Green Alga Chlamydomonas reinhardtii: The Influences of the Cell Wall and pH. Arch.Environ.Contam.Toxicol. 27:454-458, 1994
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N. Khanna, C.P. Cressman III, Christopher P. Tatara, and Phillip L. Williams; Tolerance of the Nematode Caenorhabditis elegans to pH, Salinity, and Hardness in Aquatic Media. Arch.Environ.Contam.Toxicol. 32:110-114, 1997
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D.R. Hitchcock, M.C. Blank, and Phillip L. Williams; Investigations into Using the Nematode Caenorhabditis elegans for Municipal and Industrial Wastewater Toxicity Testing. Arch.Environ.Contam.Toxicol. 33:252-260, 1997
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A.P. Bearden, B.W. Gregory, and T.W. Schultz; Population Growth Kinetics of Tetrahymena pyriformis Exposed to Selected Nonpolar Narcotics. Arch.Environ.Contam.Toxicol. 33:401-406, 1997
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D.R. Hitchcock, S.E. Law, J. Wu, and Phillip L. Williams; Determining Toxicity Trends in the Ozonation of Synthetic Dye Wastewaters Using the Nematode Caenorhabditis elegans. Arch.Environ.Contam.Toxicol. 34:259-264, 1998
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Peter M. Chapman, Melody A. Farrell, and Ralph O. Brinkhurst; Relative Tolerances of Selected Aquatic Oligochaetes to Combinations of Pollutants and Environmental Factors. Aquatic Toxicology 2:69-78, 1982
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Timothy J. Keilty, David S. White, and Peter F. Landrum; Sublethal responses to endrin in sediment by Limnodrilus hoffmeisteri (Tubificidae), and in mixed-culture with Stylodrilus heringianus (Lumbriculidae). Aquatic Toxicology 13:227-250, 1988
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P.L. Klerks and P.R. Bartholomew; Cadmium accumulation and detoxification in a Cd-resistant population of the oligochaete Limnodrilus hoffmeisteri. Aquatic Toxicology 19:97-112, 1991
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Kemal Guven, Jennifer A. Duce, and David I. de Pomerai; Evaluation of a stress-inducible transgenic nematode strain for rapid aquatic toxicity testing. Aquatic Toxicology 29:119-137, 1994
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Christopher P. Tatara, Michael C. Newman, John T. McCloskey, and Phillip L. Williams; Predicting relative metal toxicity with ion characteristics: Caenorhabditis elegans LC50. Aquatic Toxicology 39:279-290, 1997
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Joanne L. Dennis, Mohammed H.A.Z. Mutwakil, Kenneth C. Lowe, and David I. de Pomerai; Effects of metal ions in combination with a non-ionic surfactant on stress responses in a transgenic nematode. Aquatic Toxicology 40:37-50, 1997
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Brian L. Roberts and H. Wyman Dorough; Relative toxicities of Chemicals to the earthworm Eisenia foetida. Environmental Toxicology & Chemistry 3:67-78, 1984
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Brian L. Roberts and H. Wyman Dorough; Hazards of Chemicals to Earthworms. Environmental Toxicology & Chemistry 4:307-323, 1985
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Randall S. Wentsel and Mark A. Guelta; Avoidance of Brass Powder-Contaminated Soil by the Earthworm, Lumbricus terrestris. Environmental Toxicology & Chemistry 7:241-243, 1988
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Jorge Rodriguez-Grau, Barney J. Venables, Lloyd C. Fitzpatrick, Arthur J. Goven, and Edwin L. Cooper; Suppression of secretory rosette formation by PCBs in Lumbricus terrestris: an earthworm assay for humoral immunotoxicity of xenobiotics. Environmental Toxicology & Chemistry 8:1201-1207, 1989
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Clarence A. Callahan, Charles A. Menzie, David E. Burmaster, David C. Wilborn, and Theodore Ernst; On-site methods for assessing chemical impact on the soil environment using earthworms: A case study at the Baird and McGuire superfund site, Holbrook, Massachusetts. Environmental Toxicology & Chemistry 10:817-826, 1991
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Trefor B. Reynoldson, Sherri P. Thompson, and Jennifer L. Bamsey; A sediment bioassay using the Tubificid Oligochaete worm Tubifex tubifex. Environmental Toxicology & Chemistry 10:1061-1072, 1991
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Angelique Belfroid, Marieke Sikkenk, Willem Seinen, Kees van Gestel, and Joop Hermens; The Toxicokinetic behavior of Chlorobenzenes in Earthworm (Eisenia andrei) Experiments in Soil. Environmental Toxicology & Chemistry 13:93-99, 1994
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Roger B. Yeardley, Jr., James M. Lazorchak, and Michael A. Pence; Evaluation of Alternative Reference Toxicants for Use in the Earthworm Toxicity Test. Environmental Toxicology & Chemistry 14(7):1189-1194, 1995
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Michael M. Suzuki, Edwin L. Cooper, George S. Eyambe, Arthur J. Goven, Lloyd C. Fitzpatrick, and Barney J. Venables; Polychlorinated Biphenyls (PCBs) depress allogeneic natural cytotoxicity by earthworm coelomocytes. Environmental Toxicology & Chemistry 14(10):1697-1700, 1995
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Christopher G. Ingersoll, Gerald T. Ankley, Duane A. Benoit, Eric L. Brunson, G. Allen Burton, F. James Dwyer, Robert A. Hoke, Peter F. Landrum, Teresa J. Norberg-King, and Parley V. Winger; Toxicity and Bioaccumulation of Sediment-associated Contaminants using Freshwater Invertebrates: A Review of Methods and Applications. Environmental Toxicology & Chemistry 14(11):1885-1894, 1995
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Mitchell H. Gibbs, Linda F. Wicker, and Arthur J. Stewart; A Method for Assessing Sublethal Effects of Contaminants in Soils to the earthworm, Eisenia foetida. Environmental Toxicology & Chemistry 15(3):360-368, 1996
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Jan E. Kammenga, Paul H.G. Van Koert, Joost A.G. Riksen, Gerard W. Korthals, and J. Bakker; A Toxicity Test in Artificial Soil based on the Life-history Strategy of the Nematode Plectus acuminatus. Environmental Toxicology & Chemistry 15(5):722-727, 1996
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Roger B. Yeardley, Jr., James M. Lazorchak, and Laura C. Gast; The Potential of an Earthworm Avoidance Test for Evaluation of Hazardous Waste Sites. Environmental Toxicology & Chemistry 15(9):1532-1537, 1996
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Jan E. Kammenga and Joost A.G. Riksen; Comparing Differences in Species Sensitivity to Toxicants: Phenotypic Plasticity versus Concentration-Response Relationships. Environmental Toxicology & Chemistry 15(9):1649-1653, 1996
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Andrew A. Meharg, Richard F. Shore, and Kirsten Broadgate; Edaphic Factors Affecting the Toxicity and Accumulation of Arsenate in the Earthworm Lumbricus terrestris. Environmental Toxicology & Chemistry 17(6):1124-1131, 1998
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Wei-chun Ma, Andre van Kleunen, Jaap Immerzeel, and P. Gert-Jan de Maagd; Bioaccumulation of Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons by Earthworms: Assessment of Equilibrium Partitioning Theory in situ Studies and Water Experiments. Environmental Toxicology & Chemistry 17(9):1730-1737, 1998
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Aaron T. Fisk, Susanna C. Wiens, G.R. Barrie Webster, Ake Bergman, and Derek C.G. Muir; Accumulation and Depuration of Sediment-sorbed C12- and C16-Polychlorinated Alkanes by Oligochaetes (Lumbriculus variegatus). Environmental Toxicology & Chemistry 17(10):2019-2026, 1998
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David R. Mount, Timothy D. Dawson, and Lawrence P. Burkhard; Implications of Gut Purging for Tissue Residues determined in Bioaccumulation Testing of Sediment with Lumbriculus variegatus. Environmental Toxicology & Chemistry 18(6):1244-1249, 1999
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Agnes Y. Renoux, Manon Sarrazin, Jalal Hawari, and Geoffrey I. Sunahara; Transformation of 2,4,6-trinitrotoluene in Soil in the Presence of the Earthworm Eisenia andrei. Environmental Toxicology & Chemistry 19(6):1473-1480, 2000
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Janeck J. Scott-Fordsmand, Janson M. Weeks, and Stephen P. Hopkin; Importance of Contamination History for Understanding Toxicity of Copper to Earthworm Eisenia fetida (Oligochaeta: Annelida), Using Neutral-red Retention Assay. Environmental Toxicology & Chemistry 19(7):1774-1780, 2000
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Martin Holmstrup; Field Assessment of Toxic Effects on Reproduction in the Earthworms Aporrectodea longa and Aporrectodea rosea. Environmental Toxicology & Chemistry 19(7):1781-1787, 2000
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L.K. Cioci, Ling Qiu, and Jonathan H. Freedman; Transgenic Strains of the Nematode Caenorhabditis elegans as Biomonitors of Metal Contamination. Environmental Toxicology & Chemistry 19(8):2122-2129, 2000
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Koen Lock, Colin R. Janssen, and Wim M. De Coen; Multivariate Test Designs to Assess the Influence of Zinc and Cadmium Bioavailability in Soils on the Toxicity to Enchytraeus albidus. Environmental Toxicology & Chemistry 19(11):2666-2671, 2000
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Sebastian Hoss, Thomas Henschel, Markus Haitzer, Walter Traunspurger, and Christian E.W. Steinberg; Toxicity of Cadmium to Caenorhabditis elegans (Nematoda) in Whole Sediment and Pore water-The Ambiguous Role of Organic matter. Environmental Toxicology & Chemistry 20(12):2794-2801, 2001
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Paul E. Hargraves; Seasonal variations of tintinnids (Ciliophora: Oligotrichida) in Narragansett Bay, Rhode Island, U.S.A. J.Plankton Research 3(1):81-91, 1981
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Charles C. Davis; Variations of lorica shape in the genus Ptychocylis (Protozoa: Tintinnina) in relation to species identification. J.Plankton Research 3(3):433-443, 1981
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John F. Heinbokel, D. Wayne Coats, Kelly W. Henderson, and Mary A. Tyler; Reproduction rates and secondary production of three species of the rotifer genus Synchaeta in the estuarine Potomac River. J.Plankton Research 10(4):659-674, 1988
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A. Wasik and E. Mikolajczyk; Annual cycle of tintinnids in Admiralty Bay with an emphasis on seasonal variability in Cymatocylis affinis/convallaria lorica morphology. J.Plankton Research 16(1):1-8, 1994
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Miroslav Macek, Karel Simek, Jakob Pernthaler, Vojtech Vyhnalek, and Roland Psenner; Growth rates of dominant planktonic ciliates in two freshwater bodies of different trophic degree. J.Plankton Research 18(4):463-481, 1996
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U. Kenter, Uwe Zimmermann, and Helga Muller; Grazing rates of the freshwater ciliate Balanion planctonicum determined by flow cytometry. J.Plankton Research 18(6):1047-1053, 1996
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Claus-Peter Stelzer; Feeding behaviour of the rotifer Ascomorpha ovalis: functional response, handling time and exploitation of individual Ceratium cells. J.Plankton Research 20(6):1131-1144, 1998
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H.C. Agarwal, D.M. Saxena, and Rup Lal; Accumulation and Metabolism of DDT and Its Metabolites by Tetrahymena. Water,Air,and Soil Pollution 18:441-447, 1982
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Torgny Wiederholm; Bulk Sediment Bioassays with Five Species of Fresh-water Oligochaetes. Water,Air,and Soil Pollution 36:131-154, 1987
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Steven G. Donkin and David B. Dusenbery; Using the Caenorhabditis elegans Soil Toxicity Test to Identify Factors Affecting Toxicity of Four Metal Ions in Intact Soil. Water,Air,and Soil Pollution 78:359-373, 1994
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Paolo Madoni; A Sludge Biotic Index (SBI) for the Evaluation of the Biological Performance of Activated Sludge Plants Based on the Microfauna Analysis. Water Research 28(1):67-75, 1994
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A.J. Reinecke, S.A. Viljoen, and R.J. Saayman; The Suitability of Eudrilus eugeniae, Perionyx excavatus and Eisenia fetida (Oligochaeta) for vermicomposting in Southern Africa in terms of their Temperature Requirements. Soil Biol.Biochem. 24(12):1295-1307, 1992
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Mathilde I. Zorn, Cornelis A.M. van Gestel, and Herman Eijsackers; The effect of two endogeic earthworm species on zinc distribution and availability in artificial soil columns. Soil Biol.Biochem. 37:917-925, 2005
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Sandra L. Baldauf, A.J. Roger, I. Wenk-Siefert, and W.F. Doolittle; A Kingdom-Level Phylogeny of Eukaryotes Based on Combined Protein Data. Science 290(3):972-977, 2000
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Johan F. De Jonckheere and Susan Brown; The Identification of Vahlkampfiid Amoebae by ITS Sequencing. Protist 156:89-96, 2005
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Trine A. Koch and Flemming Ekelund; Strains of the Heterotrophic Flagellate Bodo designis from Different Environments Vary Considerably with Respect to Salinity Preference and SSU rRNA Gene Composition. Protist 156:97-112, 2005
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Alexander Kudryavtsev, Detlef Bernhard, Martin Schlegel, Ema E.-Y. Chao, and Thomas Cavalier-Smith; 18S Ribosomal RNA Gene Sequences of Cochliopodium (Himatismenida) and the Phylogeny of Amoebozoa. Protist 156:215-224, 2005
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Bland J. Finlay; The Dependence of Reproductive Rate on Cell Size and Temperature in Freshwater Ciliated Protozoa. Oecologia (Berlin) 30:75-81, 1977
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Bruno Streit; Effects of high copper concentrations on soil invertebrates (earthworms and oribatid mites): Experimental results and a model. Oecologia (Berlin) 64:381-388, 1984
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John E. Morgan and A.J. Morgan; The distribution of cadmium, copper, lead, zinc and calcium in the tissues of the earthworm Lumbricus rubellus sampled from one uncontaminated and four polluted soils. Oecologia 84:559-566, 1990
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James H. Sniezek, Gerard M. Capriulo, Eugene B. Small, and Anthony Russo; Nolaclusilis hudsonicus N. Sp. (Nolaclusiliidae N. Fam.) a Bilaterally Symmetrical Tintinnine Ciliate from the Lower Hudson River Estuary. J.Protozool. 38(6):589-594, 1991
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Andrew Rogerson; The ecological energetics of Amoeba proteus (Protozoa). Hydrobiologia 85:117-128, 1981
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H.M. Platt, K.M. Shaw, and P.J.D. Lambshead; Nematode species abundance patterns and their use in the detection of environmental perturbations. Hydrobiologia 118:59-66, 1984
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B.M. Baldock; Peritrich ciliates epizoic on larvae of Brachycentrus subnubilus (Trichoptera): importance in relation to the total protozoan population in streams. Hydrobiologia 132:125-131, 1986
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Daniel Dive, S. Robert, E. Angrand, C. Bel, H. Bonnemain, L. Brun, Y. Demarque, A. Le Du, R. El Bouhouti, M.N. Fourmaux, L. Guery, O. Hanssens, and M. Murat; A bioassay using the measurement of the growth inhibition of a ciliate protozoan: Colpidium campylum Stokes. Hydrobiologia 188/189:181-188, 1989
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M. Sager and R. Pucsko; Trace element concentrations of oligochaetes and relations to sediment characteristics in the reservoir at Altenworth/Austria. Hydrobiologia 226:39-49, 1991
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A. Le Du-Delepierre, G. Persoone, and C.A. Groliere; A new low cost microbiotest with the freshwater ciliate protozoan Spirostomum ambiguum: Definition of culturing conditions. Hydrobiologia 325:121-130, 1996
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T.A. DelValls, L.M. Lubian, M. Gonzalez del Valle, and J.M. Forja; Evaluating decline parameters of rotifer Brachionus plicatilis populations as an interstitial water toxicity bioassay. Hydrobiologia 341:159-167, 1996
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James R. Garey, Andreas Schmidt-Rhaesa, Thomas J. Near, and Steven A. Nadler; The evolutionary relationships of rotifers and acanthocephalans. Hydrobiologia 387/388:83-91, 1998
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Willem H. De Smet; Preparation of rotifer trophi for light and scanning electron microscopy. Hydrobiologia 387/388:117-121, 1998
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Manuel Serra, Africa Gomez, and Maria Jose Carmona; Ecological genetics of Brachionus sympatric sibling species. Hydrobiologia 387/388:373-384, 1998
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David B. Mark Welch and Matthew Meselson; Measurements of the genome size of the monogonont rotifer Brachionus plicatilis and of the bdelloid rotifers Philodina roseola and Habrotrocha constricta. Hydrobiologia 387/388:395-402, 1998
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Jessica L. Mark Welch and Matthew Meselson; Karyotypes of bdelloid rotifers from three families. Hydrobiologia 387/388:403-407, 1998
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Diane K. Stoecker, M.W. Silver, A.E. Michaels, and L.H. Davis; Obligate mixotrophy in Laboea strobila, a ciliate which retains chloroplasts. Marine Biology 99:415-423, 1988
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Tom Fenchel and Bland J. Finlay; Respiration Rates in Heterotrophic, Free-living Protozoa. Microbial Ecology 9:99-122, 1983
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B.M. Baldock; A Method for Enumerating Protozoa in a Variety of Freshwater Habitats. Microbial Ecology 12:187-191, 1986
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A. Sambanis and A.G. Fredrickson; Persistence of Bacteria in the Presence of Viable, Nonencysting Bacterivorous Ciliates. Microbial Ecology 16:197-211, 1988
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John R. Beaver and Thomas L. Crisman; The Role of Ciliated Protozoa in Pelagic Freshwater Ecosystems. Microbial Ecology 17:111-136, 1989
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David A. Caron, Paul G. Davis, and John McN. Sieburth; Factors Responsible for the Differences in Cultural Estimates and Direct Microscopical Counts of Populations of Bacterivorous Nanoflagellates. Microbial Ecology 18:89-104, 1989
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J.-F. Carrias, C. Amblard, and G. Bourdier; Protistan Bacterivory in an Oligomesotrophic Lake: Importance of Attached Ciliates and Flagellates. Microbial Ecology 31:249-268, 1996
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Mariusz Lamentowicz and Edward A.D. Mitchell; The Ecology of Testate Amoebae (Protists) in Sphagnum in North-western Poland in Relation to Peatland Ecology. Microbial Ecology 50:48-63, 2005
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Ignacio Bolivar, Jose F. Fahrni, Alexei Smirnov, and Jan Pawlowski; SSU rRNA-based Phylogenetic Position of the Genera Amoeba and Chaos (Lobosea, Gymnamoebia): The Origin of Gymnamoebae Revisited. Mol.Biol.Evol. 18(12):2306-2314, 2001
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Virginia P. Edgcomb, Alastair G.B. Simpson, Linda Amaral Zettler, Thomas A. Nerad, David J. Patterson, Michael E. Holder, and Mitchell L. Sogin; Pelobionts are Degenerate Protists: Insights from Molecules and Morphology. Mol.Biol.Evol. 19(6):978-982, 2002 (In file)
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Jose F. Fahrni, Ignacio Bolivar, Cedric Berney, Elena Nassonova, Alexey Smirnov, and Jan Pawlowski; Phylogeny of Lobose Amoebae Based on Actin and Small-Subunit Ribosomal RNA Genes. Mol.Biol.Evol. 20(11):1881-1886, 2003
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Mark L. Blaxter, Paul De Ley, James R. Garey, Leo X. Liu, Patsy Scheldeman, Andy Vierstraete, Jacques R. Vanfleteren, Laura Y. Mackey, Mark Dorris, Linda M. Frisse, J.T. Vida, and W. Kelley Thomas; A molecular evolutionary framework for the phylum Nematoda. Nature 392(5):71-75, 1998
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Gernot Glockner, Ludwig Eichinger, Karol Szafranski, Justin A. Pachebat, Alan T. Bankier, Paul H. Dear, Rudiger Lehmann, Cornelia Baumgart, Genis Parra, Josep F. Abril, Roderic Guigo, Kal Kumpf, Budi Tunggal, the Dictyostelium Genome Sequencing Consortium, Edward Cox, Michael A. Quail, Matthias Platzer, Andre Rosenthal, and Angelika A. Noegel; Sequence and analysis of chromosome 2 of Dictyostelium discoideum. Nature 418(4):79-85, 2002
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Angelique Belfroid, J. Meiling, D. Sijm, J. Hermens, W. Seinen, and K. van Gestel; Uptake of Hydrophobic Halogenated Aromatic Hydrocarbons from Food by Earthworms (Eisenia andrei). Arch.Environ.Contam.Toxicol. 27:260-265, 1994
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Jill Thurman, Jacqueline D. Parry, Philip J. Hill, and Johanna Laybourn-Parry; The Filter-Feeding Ciliates Colpidium striatum and Tetrahymena pyriformis Display Selective Feeding Behaviours in the Presence of Mixed, Equally-Sized, Bacterial Prey. Protist 161:577-588, 2010
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Steven M. Lev, Nick Matthies, Joel W. Snodgrass, Ryan E. Casey, and David R. Ownby; Effects of Zinc Exposure on Earthworms, Lumbricus terrestris, in an Artificial Soil. Bull.Environ.Contam.Toxicol. 84:687-691, 2010
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R. Das Gupta, P.P. Chakravorty, and A. Kaviraj; Studies on Relative Toxicities of Six Insecticides on Epigeic Earthworm, Perionyx excavatus. Bull.Environ.Contam.Toxicol. 85:83-86, 2010
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Yanfen Zhang, Boping Ye, and Dayong Wang; Effects of Metal Exposure on Associative Learning Behavior in Nematode Caenorhabditis elegans. Arch.Environ.Contam.Toxicol. 59:129-136, 2010
Ref ID : 7087
W.R. Arnold, R.L. Diamond, and D.S. Smith; The Effects of Salinity, pH, and Dissolved Organic Matter on Acute Copper Toxicity to the Rotifer, Brachionus plicatilis ("L" Strain). Arch.Environ.Contam.Toxicol. 59:225-234, 2010
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Ben A. Smith, Philipp Egeler, Daniel Gilberg, William Hendershot, and Gladys L. Stephenson; Uptake and Elimination of Cadmium and Zinc by Eisenia andrei During Exposure to Low Concentrations in Artificial Soil. Arch.Environ.Contam.Toxicol. 59:264-273, 2010
Ref ID : 7089
Shuo Yu and Roman P. Lanno; Uptake Kinetics and Subcellular Compartmentalization of Cadmium in Acclimated and Unacclimated Earthworms (Eisenia andrei). Environmental Toxicology & Chemistry 29(7):1568-1574, 2010
Ref ID : 7090
Jessica G. Coleman, David R. Johnson, Jacob K. Stanley, Anthony J. Bednar, Charles A. Weiss, Jr., Robert E. Boyd, and Jeffery A. Steevens; Assessing the Fate and Effects of Nano Aluminum Oxide in the Terrestrial Earthworm, Eisenia fetida. Environmental Toxicology & Chemistry 29(7):1575-1580, 2010
Ref ID : 7091
Yasuda Kaori and Okino Tokio; Distribution and Seasonal Changes of Aquatic Oligochaeta in Lake Suwa. Jap.J.Limnol. 48(1):1-8, 1987
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Suehiro Seiichi and Tezuka Yasuhiko; Seasonal Change in Ciliate Populations in the Bottom Sediment of a Polluted River. Jap.J.Limnol. 42(1):1-7, 1981
Ref ID : 7093
Matsuyama Michiro; A Dense Community of Ciliates of the Trachelocercidae Family around the Bacterial Plate at the Mid-Depth of Lake Kaiike. Jap.J.Limnol. 43(4):280-284, 1982
Ref ID : 7094
Takamura Noriko and Yasuno Masayuki; Food Selection of the Ciliated Protozoa, Condylostoma vorticella (Ehrenberg) in Lake Kasumigaura. Jap.J.Limnol. 44(3):184-189, 1983
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Ohtaka Akifumi, Ujiiye Atsuo, and Mawatari F.Shunsuke; Composition and Abundance of Zoobenthos in the Profundal Zone of Lake Oze-numa in Central Japan. Jap.J.Limnol. 49(2):109-117, 1988
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Hanazato Takayuki, Hayashi Hidetake, Ichikawa Tadafumi, and Watanabe Yasunori; Dynamics of Zooplankton Community in Enclosures of Different Types in a Shallow Eutrophic Lake. Jap.J.Limnol. 50(1):25-37, 1989
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Natalia G. Sheveleva, Galina I. Pomazkova, and Natalia G. Melnik; Eco-taxonomical Review of Rotatoria, Cladocera, Calanoida and Cyclopoida of Lake Baikal. Jap.J.Limnol. 56(1):49-62, 1995
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Ohtaka Akifumi and Nishino Machiko; Studies on the Aquatic Oligochaete Fauna in Lake Biwa, Central Japan I. Checklist with Taxonomic Remarks. Jap.J.Limnol. 56(3):167-182, 1995
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Ohtaka Akifumi, Mori Naohito, and Saito Shoichi; Zooplankton Composition in the Tsugaru-Juniko Lakes, Northern Japan, with Reference of Predation Impact. Jap.J.Limnol. 57(1):15-26, 1996