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The longevity of 3 generations of normal and pollution impacted acartia clausi copepoda populations in the saronicos gulf greece

, : The longevity of 3 generations of normal and pollution impacted acartia clausi copepoda populations in the saronicos gulf greece. Hydrobiologia 77(1): 7-16

The longevity of 2 populations of the planktonic copepod A. clausi in the Saronicos Gulf was estimated. One group lived in a heavily polluted area, the other group in a relatively clean area. Three annual generations were studied. A comparison also was made between fed and unfed animals. A temperature of C appeared to be the most favorable for the survival of Acartia; the optimum survival temperature also depended upon the generation to which the Acartia belonged. The acclimatization temperature has a strong influence on survival. Acartia in its natural environment thrives best and has maximum longevity at colder temperatures. The pollution-adapted Acartia population survived longer under laboratory-controlled conditions than the population living in a nonpolluted area.

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