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Evidence for constant and highly specific active food selection by benthic ciliates in mixed diatoms assemblages
Hamels, I.; Mussche, H.; Sabbe, K.; Muylaert, K.; Vyverman, W. (2003). Evidence for constant and highly specific active food selection by benthic ciliates in mixed diatoms assemblages, in: Hamels, I. Protozoan communities in intertidal estuarine sediments, their dynamics and trophic interactions = Protozoa in intertidale estuariene sedimenten, hun dynamiek en trofische interacties. pp. 77-96
In: Hamels, I. (2003). Protozoan communities in intertidal estuarine sediments, their dynamics and trophic interactions = Protozoa in intertidale estuariene sedimenten, hun dynamiek en trofische interacties. PhD Thesis. Universiteit Gent. Faculteit Wetenschappen: Gent. 135 pp., more

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Document type: Dissertation

Keywords
    Benthos; Diatoms; Food preferences; Intertidal sedimentation; Prey selection; Belgium, Schelde R. [Marine Regions]

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  • Mussche, H.
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