Volume 84 2007

Diapause in Aquatic Invertebrates Theory and Human Use

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ISBN: 978-1-4020-5679-6 (Print) 978-1-4020-5680-2 (Online)

Table of contents (14 chapters)

  1. Front Matter

    Pages i-xix

  2. Strategies and Mechanisms of Diapause in Aquatic Invertebrates

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 1-1

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      Pages 3-10

      Introduction to Diapause

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      Pages 11-27

      Timing of Diapause in Monogonont Rotifers: Mechanisms and Strategies

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      Pages 29-63

      Diapause in Crustaceans: Peculiarities of Induction

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      Pages 65-82

      Reactivation of Diapausing Crustaceans

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      Pages 83-113

      Diapause in Aquatic Insects, with Emphasis on Mosquitoes

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      Pages 115-118

      A Brief Perspective on Molecular Mechanisms of Diapause in Aquatic Invertebrates

  3. The Role of Diapause in Science and Human Uses

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 120-120

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      Pages 121-133

      Egg Bank Formation by Aquatic Invertebrates: A Bridge Across Disciplinary Boundaries

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      Pages 135-157

      Use of Cladoceran Resting Eggs to Trace Climate-driven and Anthropogenic Changes in Aquatic Ecosystems

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      Pages 159-166

      Reconstructing Microevolutionary Dynamics from Layered Egg Banks

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      Pages 167-175

      Does Timing of Emergence within a Season Affect the Evolution of Post-diapause Traits? Post-diapause and Directly Developing Phenotypes of Daphnia

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      Pages 177-185

      Diapause and its Consequences in the Daphnia galeata – cucullata – hyalina Species Complex

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      Pages 187-195

      Role of Diapause in Dispersal of Aquatic Invertebrates

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      Pages 197-206

      The Role of within Trophic Level Chemical Interactions in Diapause Induction: Basic and Applied Aspects

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      Pages 207-214

      Studying the Phenomenon of Dormancy: Why it is Important for Space Exploration

  4. Back Matter

    Pages 215-258