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John J. Gilbert; The effect of Daphnia interference on a natural rotifer and ciliate community: Short-term bottle experiments. Limnol.Oceanogr. 34(3):606-617, 1989

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John J. Gilbert; Suppression of rotifer populations by Daphnia: A review of the evidence, the mechanisms, and the effects on zooplankton community structure. Limnol.Oceanogr. 33(6, part 1):1286-1303, 1988

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John J. Gilbert, Richard S. Stemberger, and Hanover, N.H.; The costs and benefits of gigantism in polymorphic species of the rotifer Asplanchna. Arch.Hydrobiol.Beih. 21:185-192, 1985

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John J. Gilbert; Polymorphism in the rotifer Asplanchna sieboldi: Biomass, growth, and reproductive rate of the saccate and campanulate morphotypes. Ecology 57:542-551, 1976

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Michel E. Kabay and John J. Gilbert; Polymorphism in the rotifer Asplanchna sieboldi: Insensitivity of the body-wall-outgrowth response to temperature, food density, pH and osmolarity differences. Arch.Hydrobiol. 83(3):377-390, 1978

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John J. Gilbert; Effect of the non-tocopherol component of the diet on polymorphism, sexuality, biomass, and reproductive rate of the rotifer Asplanchna sieboldi. Arch.Hydrobiol. 80(3):375-397, 1977

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John J. Gilbert; Control of morphotype frequency distributions in populations of the rotifer Asplanchna sieboldi: Factors influencing the production of the tocopherol-dependent cruciform and campanulate morphotypes. Ecology 62(5):1299-1310, 1981

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John J. Gilbert; Defenses of males against cannibalism in the rotifer Asplanchna: size, shape, and failure to elicit tactile feeding responses. Ecology 58:1128-1135, 1977

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T. Ramakrishna Rao and S.S.S. Sarma; Demographic parameters of Brachionus patulus Muller (Rotifera) exposed to sublethal DDT concentrations at low and high food levels. Hydrobiologia 139:193-200, 1986

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S.S.S. Sarma and T. Ramakrishna Rao; Effect of food level on body size and egg size in a growing population of the rotifer Brachionus patulus Muller. Arch.Hydrobiol. 111(2):245-253, 1987

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