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  1. Respiration rate of oncaeid copepods determined experimentally

    Nishibe, Yuichiro; Ikeda, Tsutomu

  2. Respiration rate of zooplankton determined experimentally

    Mayzaud, Patrick; Boutoute, Marc; Gasparini, Stéphane; Mousseau, Laure; Lefèvre, Dominique

  3. Respiration rate of Eucalanus pileatus, nauplii determined experimentally

    Köster, Marion; Krause, Christian; Paffenhöfer, Gustav-Adolf

  4. Respiration rate of Cyclosalpa bakeri determined experimentally

    Madin, L P; Purcell, Jennifer E

  5. Respiration rate of Dolioletta gegenbauri determined experimentally

    Köster, Marion; Paffenhöfer, Gustav-Adolf; Baker, Carroll V; Williams, James E

  6. Respiration rate of Salpa thompsoni determined experimentally

    Ikeda, Tsutomu; Bruce, B

  7. Respiration rate of Antarctic zooplankton determined experimentally

    Ikeda, Tsutomu; Mitchell, A W

  8. Respiration rate of marine zooplankton determined experimentally

    Ikeda, Tsutomu

  9. Respiration rate of marine plankton determined experimentally

    Ikeda, Tsutomu

  10. Respiration rate of pelagic copepods determined experimentally

    Ikeda, Tsutomu; Sano, Fumikazu; Yamaguchi, Atsushi

  11. Respiration rate of the euphausiids Euphausia pacifica and Thysanoessa inspinata determined experimentally

    Kim, Hye Seon; Yamaguchi, Atsushi; Ikeda, Tsutomu

  12. Respiration rate of aggregate and solitary forms from Salpa thompsoni determined experimentally

    Iguchi, Naoki; Ikeda, Tsutomu

  13. Respiration rate of free-living protozoa determined experimentally

    Fenchel, Tom; Finlay, B J

  14. Respiration rate of oceanic Salps determined experimentally

    Cetta, C M; Madin, L P; Kremer, Patricia

  15. Respiration rate of Oithona similis among determined experimentally

    Castellani, Claudia; Robinson, Carol; Smith, Tania; Lampitt, Richard Stephen

  16. Respiration rate of Oithona similis among determined experimentally

    Castellani, Claudia; Robinson, Carol; Smith, Tania; Lampitt, Richard Stephen

  17. Respiration rate of gelatinous zooplankton determined experimentally

    Biggs, Douglas C

  18. Respiration rate of Themisto libellula determined experimentally

    Auel, Holger; Werner, Iris
    Daily ingestion rates of the pelagic hyperiid amphipod Themisto libellula were studied in the marginal ice zone of the Arctic Fram Strait by feeding experiments, respiration measurements and an allometric approach based on body mass. Amphipods were collected by stratified multiple opening/closing net hauls and Rectangular Midwater Trawl (RMT 8) in August 2000 during the expedition ARK XVI/2 of R/V “Polarstern”. T. libellula occurred with abundances of 0.043 and 0.015 ind/m**3 in the upper 30 m of the water column at two RMT 8 stations. Based on respiration data, the daily ingestion necessary to cover metabolic energy demands measured 1.9±0.6%...

  19. Respiration rate of Oithona davisae determined experimentally

    Almeda, Rodrigo; Calbet, Albert; Alcaraz, Miguel; Yebra, Lidia; Saiz, Enric

  20. Data compilation of marine pelagic organism biomasses, swimming velocities, clearance and respiration rates

    Acuña, José Luis; Lopez-Urrutia, Angel; Colin, Sean
    Jellyfishes have functionally replaced several overexploited commercial stocks of planktivorous fishes. This is paradoxical, because they use a primitive prey capture mechanism requiring direct contact with the prey, whereas fishes use more efficient visual detection. We have compiled published data to show that, in spite of their primitive life-style, jellyfishes exhibit similar instantaneous prey clearance and respiration rates as their fish competitors and similar potential for growth and reproduction. To achieve this production, they have evolved large, water-laden bodies that increase prey contact rates. Although larger bodies are less efficient for swimming, optimization analysis reveals that large collectors are advantageous...

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