Rotifera VIII: A Comparative Approach: Proceedings of the by Birger Pejler (auth.), E. Wurdak, R. Wallace, H. Segers

By Birger Pejler (auth.), E. Wurdak, R. Wallace, H. Segers (eds.)

Rotifera VIII: A Comparative Approach is a checklist of the court cases of the VIIIth foreign Rotifer Symposium which used to be held in Collegeville, Minnesota, united states, on June 22-27, 1997. It includes overview papers and reviews of contemporary learn findings besides the presentation of recent tools in rotifer biology. The courses contained during this quantity replicate the huge variety of ways, tools of research and conclusions that represent study at the Rotifera. a few of the themes addressed are: rotifer distribution, responses to biotic and abiotic elements, genetic profile of people and populations, rotifer feeding and mating habit, morphology, phylogeny and taxonomy.
those reviews might be of significant curiosity to invertebrate zoologists and limnologists, rather these attracted to freshwater habitats.

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The closest water upwind of the samplers (other than roadside ditches) was Lake Springfield, a reservoir approximately I km away. No other upwind source of propagules was nearby: any organisms cultured from this site probably travelled some distance in the wind or ram. ) is approximately 80 km west-northwest of Springfield and one of the Illinois Natural Preserves (Karnes & McFall, 1995). Shick Shack Pond is old (ca 10 000 years) and completely surrounded by shrubs and trees. Surrounding land is hilly and mixed pasture and woods.

Jose de Paggi, S. L 1990. Ecological and biogeographical remarks on the rotifer fauna of Argentina. Rev. Hydrobiol. trop. 23: 297311. , 1975. Uber den Rotatorienbestand einer Mikrobiozonose in einem tropischen aquatischen Saumbiotop, der Eichhorniacrassipes-Zone im Littoral des Bung-Borapet, einem Stausee in Zentralthailand. Gewass. Abwass. 57/58: 43-58. , 1978. Rotatoria. Die Rtidertiere Mitteleuropas. Ein Bestimmungswerk begr. Von Max Voigt. Uberordnung Monogononta Vol. 673 pp. + 234 pI. Koste, W, 1981.

Keratella cochlearis was observed in rain samples collected on the same day but 80 km apart. Rain samples were collected after precipitation event:;, and it is possible that K. cochlearis were dispersed by one storm front to both sites. However, this was the only such occurrence during the year. No zooplankton were incubated from duck fecal material. , 1967) were conducted in laboratories, with zooplankton eggs or adults fed to birds in the lab and feces then collected and incubated. None of the studies involved collection of feces from birds feeding in the wild.

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