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Variations annuelles quantitatives de deux espèces dominantes de copépodes planctoniques Centropages typicus et Temora stylifera de la région de Banyuls: cycles biologiques et estimations de la production 2. Variations dimensionnelles et mesures de la croissance = Annual quantitative variations of two dominant species of planktoniccopepods, Contropages typicus and Temora stylifera, from the Banyuls region: biological cycles and production estimations 2. Measurable variations andgrowth measurements
Razouls, C.; Guinness, C. (1973). Variations annuelles quantitatives de deux espèces dominantes de copépodes planctoniques Centropages typicus et Temora stylifera de la région de Banyuls: cycles biologiques et estimations de la production 2. Variations dimensionnelles et mesures de la croissance = Annual quantitative variations of two dominant species of planktoniccopepods, Contropages typicus and Temora stylifera, from the Banyuls region: biological cycles and production estimations 2. Measurable variations andgrowth measurements. Cah. Biol. Mar. 14(4): 413-427
In: Cahiers de Biologie Marine. Station Biologique de Roscoff: Paris. ISSN 0007-9723, more
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  • Razouls, C.
  • Guinness, C.

Abstract
    Measurable variations of C. typicus and T. stylifera, throughout the year, are important as they affect the catching efficiency of the nets used, and they help to give better values for biomass calculations. The variations are closely correlated with the temperature cycle. Growth curves for hydrological seasons are established to permit calculation of the production of the 2 spp.

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