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William R. DeMott
William R. DeMott
Professor of Biology, Indiana-Purdue University
Потвърден имейл адрес: ipfw.edu
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Effects of toxic cyanobacteria and purified toxins on the survival and feeding of a copepod and three species of Daphnia
WR DeMott, QX Zhang, WW Carmichael
Limnology and Oceanography 36 (7), 1346-1357, 1991
6501991
The role of food quality for zooplankton: remarks on the state‐of‐the‐art, perspectives and priorities
R Gulati, W Demott
Freshwater Biology 38 (3), 753-768, 1997
4861997
The role of taste in food selection by freshwater zooplankton
WR DeMott
Oecologia 69, 334-340, 1986
4731986
Feeding selectivities and relative ingestion rates of Daphnia and Bosmina1
WR DeMott
Limnology and Oceanography 27 (3), 518-527, 1982
4531982
Effects of phosphorus‐deficient diets on the carbon and phosphorus balance of Daphnia magna
WR DeMott, RD Gulati, K Siewertsen
Limnology and Oceanography 43 (6), 1147-1161, 1998
4111998
Competition among cladocerans: nature of the interaction between Bosmina and Daphnia
WR DeMott, WC Kerfoot
Ecology 63 (6), 1949-1966, 1982
3981982
Foraging cyanobacteria by copepods: responses to chemical defense and resource abundance
WR DeMott, F Moxter
Ecology 72 (5), 1820-1834, 1991
3671991
The role of competition in zooplankton succession
WR DeMott
Plankton ecology: succession in plankton communities, 195-252, 1989
3481989
The importance of highly unsaturated fatty acids in zooplankton nutrition: evidence from experiments with Daphnia, a cyanobacterium and lipid emulsions
W Demott, D MÜLLER‐NAVARRA
Freshwater Biology 38 (3), 649-664, 1997
2981997
Daphnia food limitation in three hypereutrophic Dutch lakes: Evidence for exclusion of large‐bodied species by interfering filaments of cyanobacteria
WR DeMott, RD Gulati, E Van Donk
Limnology and oceanography 46 (8), 2054-2060, 2001
2462001
Utilization of a cyanobacterium and a phosphorus‐deficient green alga as complementary resources by daphnids
WR DeMott
Ecology 79 (7), 2463-2481, 1998
2181998
Effects of toxic and non‐toxic cyanobacteria on the life history of tropical and temperate cladocerans
AS FerrÃo‐Filho, SMFO Azevedo, WR DeMott
Freshwater Biology 45 (1), 1-19, 2000
2072000
Discrimination between algae and artificial particles by freshwater and marine copepods 1
WR DeMott
Limnology and Oceanography 33 (3), 397-408, 1988
1971988
Foraging strategies and growth inhibition in five daphnids feeding on mixtures of a toxic cyanobacterium and a green alga
WR DeMott
Freshwater Biology 42 (2), 263-274, 1999
1951999
Optimal foraging theory as a predictor of chemically mediated food selection by suspension‐feeding copepods
WR DeMott
Limnology and Oceanography 34 (1), 140-154, 1989
1861989
Phosphorus limitation in Daphnia: evidence from a long term study of three hypereutrophic Dutch lakes
WR DeMott, RD Gulati
Limnology and Oceanography 44 (6), 1557-1564, 1999
1341999
Stoichiometry in an ecological context: testing for links between Daphnia P-content, growth rate and habitat preference
WR DeMott, BJ Pape
Oecologia 142, 20-27, 2005
1242005
Seasonal succession in a natural Daphnia assemblage
WR DeMott
Ecological Monographs 53 (3), 321-340, 1983
1241983
Remote detection of algae by copepods: responses to algal size, odors and motility
WR DeMott, MD Watson
Journal of Plankton Research 13 (6), 1203-1222, 1991
1091991
Daphnia‐phytoplankton interactions: Density‐dependent shifts in resource quality
WC Kerfoot, C Levitan, WR DeMott
Ecology 69 (6), 1806-1825, 1988
1061988
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