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Items where Division is "AWI Organizations > Biosciences > Junior Research Group: Pelagic ecosystems" and Year is 2007

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Conference -Talk
Gentsch, E. and Kreibich, T. (2007)
Phytoplankton ist nicht alles: Hohe Flexibilität in der Ernährungsweise von Temora longicornis ,
"Food Web Seminar" May 7, Biologische Anstalt Helgoland, Germany. .
hdl:10013/epic.27425

Conference -Poster
Gentsch, E. , Wiltshire, K. H. and Niehoff, B. (2007)
Meroplanktonic larvae in the marine food web - a combination of grazing experiments and stable isotope analyses at Helgoland Roads, North Sea ,
4th ICES International Zooplankton Production Symposium, May 28 - June 1 2007, Hiroshima, Japan. .
hdl:10013/epic.27424

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Conference -Poster
Kreibich, T. , Gentsch, E. , Hansen, B. , Saborowski, R. , Hagen, W. and Niehoff, B. (2007)
Adaptation of lipolytic enzyme pattern and response in the fatty acid composition of Temora longicornis females (Calanoida, Copepoda) due to different diets under laboratory conditions ,
4th International Zooplankton Production Symposium, May 28 June 1 2007, Hiroshima, Japan. .
hdl:10013/epic.27423

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Article
Niehoff, B. (2007)
Life history strategies in zooplankton communities: the significance of female gonad morphology and maturation types for the reproductive biology of marine calanoid copepods ,
Progress in Oceanography, 74(1)47., 1 .
doi:10.1016/j.pocean.2006.05.005 , hdl:10013/epic.27072

Conference -Poster
Niehoff, B. , Kreibich, K. , Plourde, S. , Starr, M. and Joly, P. (2007)
Feeding of Calanus finmarchicus and Metridia longa females during the spring bloom in the Gulf of St. Lawrence, Canada: evidence from stable isotope analysis and trophic biomarkers ,
ICES Symposium on Zooplankton Production, May, Hirsohima, Japan. .
hdl:10013/epic.27090

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