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Can planktivorous fish keep in check planktonic crustacean populations? A test of size-efficency hypothesis in typical Polish lakes


, : Can planktivorous fish keep in check planktonic crustacean populations? A test of size-efficency hypothesis in typical Polish lakes. Ekologia Polska, 254: 567-591


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Gliwicz, Z.M.; Prejs, A., 1977: Can planktivorous fish keep in check planktonic crustacean populations? A test of size-efficiency hypothesis in typical Polish lakes. Ekologia Polska, 254: 567-591

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