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The effect of laboratory conditions on the extrapolation of experimental measurements to the ecology of marine zooplankton. 4. Changes in respiration and excretion rates of boreal zooplankton species maintained under fed and starved conditions



The effect of laboratory conditions on the extrapolation of experimental measurements to the ecology of marine zooplankton. 4. Changes in respiration and excretion rates of boreal zooplankton species maintained under fed and starved conditions



Marine Biol Berlin 413: 241-252




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