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Mesures indirectes de la biomasse des nématodes du méiobenthos subtidal de la Manche = Indirect techniques for calculating nematode biomass in subtidal meiobenthos in the English
Ratsimbazafy, R. (1994). Mesures indirectes de la biomasse des nématodes du méiobenthos subtidal de la Manche = Indirect techniques for calculating nematode biomass in subtidal meiobenthos in the English. Cah. Biol. Mar. 35(4): 511-523
In: Cahiers de Biologie Marine. Station Biologique de Roscoff: Paris. ISSN 0007-9723, more
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  • Ratsimbazafy, R.

Abstract
    Three subtidal stations in the English Channel were used to compare biovolume techniques versus direct weighting for calculating nematode biomass: two fine-sand stations, station 1 Pierre Noire, and station 2 Baie de Seine, and a coarse-sand station, station 3 Trezen Vraz. Conformity was found between biomass values computed from Wieser's formula and direct weighting only at station 2. Nematode size and morphology being different for the three stations, mean individual biomass has thus to be determined for each individual community.

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