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28-Apr-2015Bacteria Life History and Infection Energetics in the Daphnia magna – Pasteuria ramosa Host – Parasite SystemAxelrod, Caleb
2008Biovectors in global nutrient cycling: Using nitrogen stable isotopes to track the influence of seabirds on freshwater ecosystemsGriffiths, Katherine T.
2009The effect of copper on kairomone-mediated responses by wild Daphnia pulicaria clones from along a copper gradientInglis, Colleen
19-Apr-2016Effect of lake calcium decline on Chaoborus americanus predation on Daphnia pulicariaCox, Amelia
26-Apr-2012Effects of lake water vertical variation in dissolved oxygen on selection among Daphnia pulicaria genotypesDonovan, Victoria
17-Jun-2013Factors mediating the distribution and impact of the non-native invertebrate predator Bythotrephes longimanusJokela, ANNELI MARIE
31-Mar-2014Food Quality Effects On Life History Trait Correlations In DaphniaBengtson, Stefan
8-May-2015Influence of Calcium depletion on susceptibility of Daphnia magna to Pasteuria ramosa infectionDonohoe, Roisin
8-Apr-2014Intraspecific Variation of Three Phenotypic Morphs of Daphnia pulicaria in the presence of a Strong Environmental GradientGittens, Ariel
2008A paleolimnological assessment of the Cladocera community response to possible declines in calcium concentration in Little Wiles Lake, Nova Scotia, CanadaMcIver, Kyle
26-Apr-2013Population dynamics of different genotypes of Daphnia pulicaria under varying food qualitiesPham, Joanne
21-Apr-2014Predator-Induced Defenses in Natural Populations of Ontario Daphnia and Their Impact on Predation Rates by ChaoborusSnetsinger, Megan
2-Oct-2013Species response to rapid environmental change in a Subarctic pondLemmen, Kimberley Dianne
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