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By Frederick S. Russell (ed.), Maurice Yonge (ed.)

Quantity 25 of this authoritative overview sequence maintains the excessive typical set via the editors some time past. Marine biologists in every single place have come to price and luxuriate in the big variety of thought-provoking papers written by way of invited experts.In this quantity are reports of 4 animal teams which span the total variety of the marine foodstuff chain. The function of parasites in ecology is a becoming curiosity and the parasites of zooplankton are defined intimately for the 1st time. points of thegastropods, cephalopods and fish lifestyles also are tested intimately.

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CORKETT AND IAN A. MCLAREN Lee et al. b. (major non-volatile components) above the control concentration, had no measureable effect on zooplankton populations that were 44-91 % Pseudocalanus. Gibson and Grice (1977), again using large polyethylene enclosures in which Pseudocalanus was the predominant copepod, added concentrations of copper. 5-3 times faster than did controls. Reeve et aZ. (1977) studied rates of ingestion and production of faecal pellets by P~eudocaZ~n~s removed from these enclosures.

5 I 5OloO 5 5 Pam-Reudacalanus rpp. Acartla a m . Cantrapagas hamatus Euchaob habas Houromamma rabusta Pareuchadta narvefica Rhincalanus nasutus Plauramamma banalis Ploummamma adominah8 Phuramamma gmcilis Labidocero wllastoni Sapphirina app. 3. Histograms of A, the proportion of sampled area (vicinity of British Isles) in which the species occurred, and B, the abundance of each species during 1948-66, as revealed by the Continuous Plankton Recorder Survey. -15 3 18 CHRISTOPHER J. CORRETT AND IAN A.

Elongatus ”. Yet vertical distribution in relation to temperature stratification often figure in such publications, with animals seeming to concentrate in, over, or under thermoclines. This seems to suggest that they may choose ” not to enter warmer or colder waters even when this is well within physiological tolerances. Of course temperature is very often correlated with other variables : with salinity gradients, although these often seem slight by comparison ; with food, which may accumulate in or near thermoclines; and indeed with almost anything that varies vertically.

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