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Variations annuelles quantitatives de deux espèces dominantes de copépodes planctoniques Centropages typicus et Temora stylifera de la région de Banuyls: cycles biologiques et estimations de la production 1. Méthodologie et mise en évidence de l'importance quantitative de ces deux espèces par rapport à l'ensemble des copépodes = Annual quantitative variations in two dominant species of planktonic copepods Centropages typicus and Temora stylifera from the Banyuls region: life cycles and production estimates. 1- methods and data on the quantitative importance of these two species in relation to the copepods as a whole
Razouls, C. (1973). Variations annuelles quantitatives de deux espèces dominantes de copépodes planctoniques Centropages typicus et Temora stylifera de la région de Banuyls: cycles biologiques et estimations de la production 1. Méthodologie et mise en évidence de l'importance quantitative de ces deux espèces par rapport à l'ensemble des copépodes = Annual quantitative variations in two dominant species of planktonic copepods Centropages typicus and Temora stylifera from the Banyuls region: life cycles and production estimates. 1- methods and data on the quantitative importance of these two species in relation to the copepods as a whole. Cah. Biol. Mar. 14(3): 361-390
In: Cahiers de Biologie Marine. Station Biologique de Roscoff: Paris. ISSN 0007-9723, more
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  • Razouls, C.

Abstract
    Qualitative and quantitative variations of the main planktonic groups (phytoplankton and zooplankton) were followed from May 1965 to Jan 1969, by a team of searchers, in the S. W. part of the neritic region in the Gulf of Lion (Banyuls-sur-mer). For each group a separate publication has been given. The planktonic copepods, which represent one of the essential elements of secondary production, are the topic of the present study. 2 main spp have been particularly studied for a whole yr, C. typicus and T. stylifera. In this 1st part, the principles on which the study is based, the production and the validity of the numeric data, results of the methodologic choice, especially tests on the conclusiveness of the Harvey hypothesis, are considered as well as the relative importance of the 2 spp in relation to the copepods as a whole.

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