plankton net

plankton net

[′plaŋk·tən ‚net]
(engineering)
A net for collecting plankton.
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Ctenophores collected by gentle plankton net tows were transported to the laboratory within 12 hours.
To compare the microcrustacean diversity in different freshwater environments, five ponds were chosen and plankton samples were taken with a plankton net (500 mL of fresh water, and 25 g of sediment collected from each site).
5-m mouth diameter, conical plankton net (see Peebles et al.
Plankton samples were collected the d of each feeding from a local pond with a student plankton net (2 mm mesh, BioQuip), and consisted primarily of cladocerans.
The larvae of Culex quinquefasciatus Say 1823 (Diptera: Culicidae) were collected using plankton net (200 [micro]m mesh size) from sewage drains in and around Ballygunge Science College, Kolkata.
Under the guidance of Fucile and three volunteers from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, each boy researched and wrote an essay on an oceanographic topic, made a plankton net, and collected water samples from a nearby lake.
The collected water was filtered through a plankton net with pore mesh of 63 [micro]m.
2000) adapt methods used for limnetic plankton sampling, such as pumps, plankton net dragging and the SchindlerPatalas trap.
Samples were taken with plankton net for two consecutive days and nights at three sites along a dock surrounding the Roatan Marine Institute.
Some of the water from the plankton net bucket was preserved and used to determine the types of plankton present.
With cooperation from a team of international scientists, the Australians collect whale feces at sea using a plankton net and then separate all the different types of DNA to determine what they eat.
Specimen size ranges from microscopic plankton drawn from the ocean using a plankton net to larger fish like the horn shark, caught in the otter trawl.