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lentic

[′len·tik]
(ecology)
Of or pertaining to still waters such as lakes, reservoirs, ponds, and bogs. Also spelled lenitic.
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Over a hundred midges (Chironomidae) were consumed by fish captured in lentic habitats and were also present, in lower abundance, among fish captured in lotic habitats (Table 4).
2013), which was expected because species in lentic environments present high relative fecundity, characteristic of opportunistic species (Bailly et al., 2008).
There was also a trend towards higher swimming performance for Spotfin Shiners from the lotic environment and males compared to the lentic environment and females (Fig.
The absence of a clear trend in the vertical profiles of viral abundances was also previously observed in temperate lentic systems.
[30.] Kumar A, Mandal KK, Kumar A (2004) Aspects of water pollution scenario in lentic and lotic freshwater namely pond and river in Jharkhand, India.
The state has 7000 hectares and 2000 km of lentic and iotic water resources respectively.
8:15 FISH ASSEMBLAGE STRUCTURE IN LENTIC VEGETATED MI-CROHABITATS IN SOUTH GEORGIA **, John S.
[7], it has the capacity of high environmental and exceptional ability to adapt in different environmental conditions, for this the Hydrilla can thrives in environmental conditions varying from lentic to lotic, eutrophic to oligotrophic, acid to alkaline, with high to low light availability, and tropical to temperate climate [16] and it is possible to grow up in environments where the salinity (five salinity of sea water) more than 7 ppm [11] it is an important plant that's grows in a variety of aquatic situations: in static water, in water flowing up to 1.8 m/s, and in water from a few centimeters to 15 m deep [27].
pustulosus), brown and black eggs deposited as a film on lentic water (D.
A comparison of benthic oligochaete populations in acid and neutral lentic environments in southeastern Ohio.Ohio J.