Impact of natural organic matter (NOM) on freshwater amphipods.
Timofeyev, Maxim A; Wiegand, Claudia; Kent Burnison, B; Shatilina, Zhanna M; Pflugmacher, Stephan; Steinberg, Christian E W.
Sci Total Environ
; 319(1-3): 115-21, 2004 Feb 05.
Artigo em Inglês | MEDLINE | ID: mdl-14967505
Indication of ongoing amphipod speciation in Lake Baikal by genetic structures within endemic species.
Polysaccharide hydrolase of the hadal zone amphipods Hirondellea gigas.
Independent colonization and extensive cryptic speciation of freshwater amphipods in the isolated groundwater springs of Australia's Great Artesian Basin.
Comparison between transcriptomic responses to short-term stress exposures of a common Holarctic and endemic Lake Baikal amphipods.
Nuclear DNA content correlates with depth, body size, and diversification rate in amphipod crustaceans from ancient Lake Baikal, Russia.
Spatial patterns of genetic diversity, community composition and occurrence of native and non-native amphipods in naturally replicated tributary streams.
Effect of test duration and feeding on relative sensitivity of genetically distinct clades of Hyalella azteca.
The Hyalella (Crustacea: Amphipoda) species cloud of the ancient Lake Titicaca originated from multiple colonizations.
Evolution of mitochondrial genomes in Baikalian amphipods.
Is the host or the parasite the most locally adapted in an amphipod-acanthocephalan relationship? A case study in a biological invasion context.