AB - Vol. 6, Nos. 1 to 3 - Table of contents

Aquat Biol (Print ISSN: 1864-7782; Online ISSN: 1864-7790)
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Bernet D, Wahli T, Kipfer S, Segner H
Macroscopic gonadal deviations and intersex in developing whitefish Coregonus lavaretus
AB 6:1-13 | Full text in pdf format

Ejdung G, Flach E, Byrén L, Hummel H
Predation by crustaceans on native and non-native Baltic clams
AB 6:15-24 | Full text in pdf format

Raimundo J, Vale C, Caetano M, Cesário R, Moura I
Total lead and its stable isotopes in the digestive gland of Octopus vulgaris as a fingerprint
AB 6:25-30 | Full text in pdf format

Mellin C, Galzin R, Ponton D, Vigliola L
Detecting age-structured effects in growth performance of coral reef fish juveniles
AB 6:31-39 | Full text in pdf format

Bélair MC, Miron G
Predation behaviour of Cancer irroratus and Carcinus maenas during conspecific and heterospecific challenges
AB 6:41-49 | Full text in pdf format

Wang WX, Fung Tse M
Inter-site differences in the biodynamics and body concentration of silver in a marine predatory gastropod
AB 6:51-59 | Full text in pdf format

Nakamura Y, Shibuno T, Lecchini D, Watanabe Y
NOTE: Habitat selection by emperor fish larvae
AB 6:61-65 | Full text in pdf format

Touchette BW, Frank AR
Xylem potential- and water content-breakpoints in two wetland forbs: indicators of drought resistance in emergent hydrophytes
AB 6:67-75 | Full text in pdf format

Russell TL, Kay BH, Skilleter GA
Environmental effects of mosquito insecticides on saltmarsh invertebrate fauna
AB 6:77-90 | Full text in pdf format

Lacoue-Labarthe T, Warnau M, Oberhänsli F, Teyssié JL, Bustamante P
Bioaccumulation of inorganic Hg by the juvenile cuttlefish Sepia officinalis exposed to 203Hg radiolabelled seawater and food
AB 6:91-98 | Full text in pdf format

Sauchyn LK, Scheibling RE
Degradation of sea urchin feces in a rocky subtidal ecosystem: implications for nutrient cycling and energy flow
AB 6:99-108 | Full text in pdf format

Van Opzeeland IC, Corkeron PJ, Risch D, Stenson G, Van Parijs SM,
Geographic variation in vocalizations of pups and mother-pup behavior of harp seals Pagophilus groenlandicus
AB 6:109-120 | Full text in pdf format

Iannotta MA, Gambi MC, Patti FP
Molecular evidence of intraspecific variability in Lysidice ninetta (Polychaeta: Eunicidae) in the Mediterranean Sea
AB 6:121-132 | Full text in pdf format

Wild C, Naumann MS, Haas A, Struck U, Mayer FW, Rasheed MY, Huettel M
Coral sand O2 uptake and pelagic-benthic coupling in a subtropical fringing reef, Aqaba, Red Sea
AB 6:133-142 | Full text in pdf format

Kuhn RA, Meyer W
Infrared thermography of the body surface in the Eurasian otter Lutra lutra and the giant otter Pteronura brasiliensis
AB 6:143-152 | Full text in pdf format

Planes S, Lecchini D, Romans P, Mills SC
Effects of post-settlement mortality on size and parasite load in juvenile Diplodus vulgaris and D. sargus in the Mediterranean
AB 6:153-158 | Full text in pdf format

Chu FLE, Lund ED, Littreal PR, Ruck KE, Harvey E
Species-specific differences in long-chain n-3 essential fatty acid, sterol, and steroidal ketone production in six heterotrophic protist species
AB 6:159-172 | Full text in pdf format


AB Theme Section 3:

Directions in bivalve feeding

Editor: Peter G. Beninger

AB Theme Section 3 focuses on bivalve feeding. On hard or soft substrates, in natural environments or farmed by man, various bivalve species may form vast assemblages comprising millions of individuals, thus conspicuously dominating many coastal habitats. Most bivalve species are filter-feeders and show complex particle processing, a major motor of pelago-benthic coupling. Merely by their number, and by their sophisticated feeding process, bivalves impact their environment in many ways.


THEME SECTION
Directions in bivalve feeding
AB 6:173-302 | Complete Theme Section in pdf format

TITLE PAGE
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Beninger PG
Directions in bivalve feeding: Introduction
AB 6:175-180 | Full text in pdf format

Pascoe PL, Parry HE, Hawkins AJS
Observations on the measurement and interpretation of clearance rate variations in suspension-feeding bivalve shellfish
AB 6:181-190 | Full text in pdf format

Robson AA, Thomas GR, Garcia de Leaniz C, Wilson RP
Valve gape and exhalant pumping in bivalves: optimization of measurement
AB 6:191-200 | Full text in pdf format

Mafra LL Jr, Bricelj VM, Ouellette C, Léger C, Bates SS
Mechanisms contributing to low domoic acid uptake by oysters feeding on Pseudo-nitzschia cells. I. Filtration and pseudofeces production
AB 6:201-212 | Full text in pdf format

Mafra LL Jr, Bricelj VM, Ward JE
Mechanisms contributing to low domoic acid uptake by oysters feeding on Pseudo-nitzschia cells. II. Selective rejection
AB 6:213-226 | Full text in pdf format

Persson A, Smith BC
Grazing on a natural assemblage of ciliate and dinoflagellate cysts by the eastern oyster Crassostrea virginica
AB 6:227-233 | Full text in pdf format

Yahel G, Marie D, Beninger PG, Eckstein S, Genin A
In situ evidence for pre-capture qualitative selection in the tropical bivalve Lithophaga simplex
AB 6:235-246 | Full text in pdf format

Navarro E, Méndez S, Ibarrola I, Urrutia MB
Comparative utilization of phytoplankton and vascular plant detritus by the cockle Cerastoderma edule: digestive responses during diet acclimation
AB 6:247-262 | Full text in pdf format

Lonsdale DJ, Cerrato RM, Holland R, Mass A, Holt L, Schaffner RA, Pan J, Caron DA
Influence of suspension-feeding bivalves on the pelagic food webs of shallow, coastal embayments
AB 6:263-279 | Full text in pdf format

Tezuka N, Ichisaki E, Kanematsu M, Usuki H, Hamaguchi M, Iseki K
Particle retention efficiency of asari clam Ruditapes philippinarum larvae
AB 6:281-287 | Full text in pdf format

Kang CK, Choy EJ, Hur YB, Myeong JI
Isotopic evidence of particle size-dependent food partitioning in cocultured sea squirt Halocynthia roretzi and Pacific oyster Crassostrea gigas
AB 6:289-302 | Full text in pdf format