In the Great South Channel, a deepwater passage between Nantucket and Georges Bank, thick swarms of tiny marine organisms known as copepods
appear every spring.
Kelly grew the short-lived copepods
in the lab for 10 generations, subjecting them to increased heat stress to select for more heat-tolerant animals.
Overall, the copepod
community in the Chihuahuan Desert is a balanced mixture of Neotropical, Nearctic, cosmopolitan, and potentially endemic forms.
Latitudinal distribution of Calanoida Copepods
in freshwater aquatic systems of Brazil.
Population dynamics and production of a planctonic marine copepod
, Acartia clausi, in a small temperate lagoon on San Juan Island, Washington.
Ludwig's plan also calls for growing rotifers and copepod
nauplii in ponds or indoor tanks and redesigning a device called a rotating drum filter to harvest them.
Many cyclopoid copepods
have been found to prefer mosquito larvae and to a range of other prey (20,21).
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In fact, disturbance accounted for most of the mortality of nematodes in a study of spot feeding and accounted for over 30% of the mortality of copepods
Of the zooplankton taxa recorded, only the copepod
and rotifer populations were at high enough densities to record distinct trends.
Dynamics of copepods
and fish larvae in Parnu Bay (NE part of the Gulf of Riga) in the spring-summer period.
A new copepod
genus in the plankton of the Great Lakes.