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Copepods From Lake Erh Hai, China.

United States National Museum.

Copepods From Lake Erh Hai, China.

by United States National Museum.

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SeriesProceedings of the United States National Museum -- 3261,
ContributionsHsiao, S.
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The relationship between biodiversity and ecosystem functioning is a central issue in ecology. The insurance hypothesis suggests that biodiversity could improve community productivity and reduce the temporal variability of main ecosystem processes. In the present study, we used a plankton community that was investigated from to in Lake Nansihu to test this hypothesis and explore the Cited by: 3. ê-mao: «goose down n; it is woven by the Man of southern China according to the Ling-wai farta. See CO TT ON, p. êrh: (in tou-lo-êrh) may have to be here pronounced jung and may be the prototype of the later jung, «floss D. See CO TT ON, p. Erh-hai: Chinese name of the Lake of Tali. See CARAGIAN, p. Missing: Copepods.

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According to Chinese records, civilizations once known as “Kun-ming” and “Ai-lao” were found to have existed in the area now known as the Yunnan Province of China. They formed separate small entities and fought among themselves. By the middle of the seventh century, six petty kingdoms around the Erh-hai Lake in today’s Tali region joined themselves into a stronger kingdom named Missing: Copepods. East of Yeh-yü District, according to the text, is Yeh-yü Lake (modern Erh Hai), described as the gathering place for the waters of Yeh-yü River. Next, the text says that Yeh-yü River passes by Pu-wei District (Li Tao-yuan vol. ). Pu-wei is modern Baoshan (Morohashi vol. 1: ).Missing: Copepods.


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Hsiao, Sidney C. "Copepods from Lake Erh Hai, China."Proceedings of the United States National Museum. ()–, figures Download PDF: Sorry, we are unable to provide the full text but you may find it at the following location(s): ersitylibrary (external link)Cited by: 8.

Copepods from Lake Erh Hai, China. By: Hsiao, Sidney C. Type: Article. In: Proceedings of the United States National Museum.

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Download book. Download PDF Download All Download JPEG Download Text Copepods from Lake Erh Hai, China. Updated checklist and distribution of the diaptomid copepods (Copepoda, Calanoida, Diaptomidae) of China Article (PDF Available) in Crustaceana 91(3) February with Reads.

We present an updated checklist of the Diaptomidae of China, based on a literature review and on original field data from all over China during A total of 19 genera and 56 species have been recorded. Neutrodiaptomus has the highest species richness (10 species), followed by Arctodiaptomus (9 species).Author: Huiming Li, Henri J.

Dumont, Bo-Ping Han, Qiuqi Lin. Erh-Hai Lake. Erh-Hai Lake is located at m a.s.l. in northwestern Yunnan, China, near the city of Dali (°10′–°20′E and 25°57′–25°40′N), and measures ca. 50 km × 16 km. Aquatic vegetation can be found along the shore on the southwestern side of the lake near by: 8.

Crustacea-Copepoda checkList (generated Wed Feb 10 + from FADA website) Abergasilus PA (Lake Erh Hai, China (Yunnan, South West)) subgenus Rhabdodiaptomus Kiefer, Arctodiaptomus (Rhabdodiaptomus) acutilobatus (Sars, ) Diaptomus acutilobatus China, Siberia, Lake Balkash, Issyk-kul)) Diaptomus salinus Daday,   "The San t'ah or three pagodas The small pagodas are seven-sided, about 7 feet wide on every side." For the next several months GoKunming will publish a series of articles featuring photography by Joseph Francis Charles Rock, the Austrian-American author, geographer, linguist and botanist who explored western China extensively in the s and 'll begin in southern Missing: Copepods.

water lake Erh Hai in Yunnan, south-west China, have been reported. Since then the plankton material has been analysed both qualitatively and quanti-tatively, the bottom mud cores examined and some of the macrofauna and macroflora identified.

A syste-matic account of the copepods has been given else-where. In this study the characteristics of the. Copepods gathered by the United States Fisheries steamer Albatross from tochiefly in the Pacific Ocean. By Charles Branch Wilson. 8vo, pp. ix +. New Host and Locality of the Fish Ectoparasite Argulus japonicus (Crustacea, Branchiura, Argulidae) in Japan, with a Note on Its Heavy Infection Kazuya Nagasawa1*, Hirotaka Katahira1 and Kouki Mizuno1,2 1 Graduate School of Biosphere Science, Hiroshima University, Kagamiyama, Higashi-Hiroshima, Hiroshima, JapanFile Size: KB.

Parasite intensity dynamics can be strongly affected by ecosystem abiotic components. We conducted this study to investigate how the intensity of Argulus sp. is influenced by physicochemical factors in three water bodies — river, fish farm, and reservoir — and to find the occurrence of Argulus sp.

under different conditions. Argulus sp. specimens were collected using different methods Cited by: 3. In this research, the relationship between phytoplankton diversity (species richness and evenness) and the abundance of copepods was analyzed in Lake Nansihu, a meso-eutrophic lake in China.

The results showed that copepods abundance was significantly decreased with increasing phytoplankton evenness throughout the by: 5.

To evaluate the ecological consequences of engineered use of water hyacinths in Lake Taihu, China, we conducted a systematic survey of the dynamics of the zooplankton community (mainly copepods, cladocerans, and rotifers) inside (INE), around (ARE), and far-outside (FAE) a large-scale enclosure of water hyacinths in Zhushan Bay, Lake Taihu from August to November and calculated five Cited by: 8.

Hsiao, S.C. Copepods from Lake Erh Hai, China. Proceedings of the United States National Museum Kabata, Z. Copepoda and Branchiura.

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We investigated the ingestion, gut content, evacuation and clearance rates of copepods collected from six stations (including a South East Asia Time Series station) along a transect line in the Cited by: Literature cited Ahlstrom, E.

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