AB - Vol. 5, No. 3 - Table of contents

Aquat Biol (Print ISSN: 1864-7782; Online ISSN: 1864-7790)
Copyright © 2009 Inter-Research.

All articles of Volume 5 are available online with Open Access, compliments of Inter-Research
Arakelova KS, Michel E
Physiological differences between coexisting congeneric species of snails in a subarctic lake
AB 5:209-217 | Full text in pdf format

Astudillo JC, Bravo M, Dumont CP, Thiel M
Detached aquaculture buoys in the SE Pacific: potential dispersal vehicles for associated organisms
AB 5:219-231 | Full text in pdf format

Britton-Simmons KH, Foley G, Okamoto D
Spatial subsidy in the subtidal zone: utilization of drift algae by a deep subtidal sea urchin
AB 5:233-243 | Full text in pdf format


AB Theme Section 2:

Advances in the ecology of freshwater mysids

Editors: Lars G. Rudstam, Ora E. Johannsson

AB Theme Section 2 presents advances in the ecology of freshwater mysids, a dominant taxon in many lake ecosystems. The contributions to AB Theme Section 2 examine questions ranging from the control of vertical migration, to conditions affecting growth rates, variation in the role of mysids in different food webs, and impacts of mysid introductions.


THEME SECTION
Advances in the ecology of freshwater mysids
AB 5:246-292 | Complete Theme Section in pdf format

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Rudstam LG, Johannsson OE
Advances in the ecology of freshwater mysids
AB 5:246-248 | Full text in pdf format

Johannsson OE, Bowen KL, Arts MT, Smith RW
Field assessment of condition indices (nucleic acid and protein) in Mysis diluviana
AB 5:249-262 | Full text in pdf format

Boscarino BT, Rudstam LG, Eillenberger JL, O’Gorman R
Importance of light, temperature, zooplankton and fish in predicting the nighttime vertical distribution of Mysis diluviana
AB 5:263-279 | Full text in pdf format

Whall JD, Lasenby DC
Differences in the trophic role of Mysis diluviana in two intermontane lakes
AB 5:281-292 | Full text in pdf format

Koksvik JI, Reinertsen H, Koksvik J
Plankton development in Lake Jonsvatn, Norway, after introduction of Mysis relicta: a long-term study
AB 5:293-304 | Full text in pdf format