Volume 320, Issue 1-3, March 1996

ISSN: 0018-8158 (Print) 1573-5117 (Online)

In this issue (27 articles)

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    EditorialNotes

    Preface

    Page ix
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    Evolutionary Aspects of Diapause in Crustacea

    Diapause, a potent force in the evolution of freshwater crustaceans

    Geoffrey Fryer Pages 1-14
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    The Nature of Resting Stages and their Role in the Population Dynamics of Marine and Freshwater Crustaceans

    The resting eggs of the Ctenopoda (Crustacea: Branchiopoda): a review

    N. M. Korovchinsky, O. S. Boikova Pages 131-140
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    The Nature of Resting Stages and their Role in the Population Dynamics of Marine and Freshwater Crustaceans

    Ecological and evolutionary significance of resting eggs in marine copepods: past, present, and future studies

    Nancy H. Marcus Pages 141-152
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    The Nature of Resting Stages and their Role in the Population Dynamics of Marine and Freshwater Crustaceans

    Copepod eggs survive a decade in the sediments of the Baltic Sea

    Tarja Katajisto Pages 153-159
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    The Nature of Resting Stages and their Role in the Population Dynamics of Marine and Freshwater Crustaceans

    Benthic resting eggs of calanoid copepods in Norwegian enclosures used in mariculture: abundance, species composition and hatching

    Tore Næss Pages 161-168
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    The Nature of Resting Stages and their Role in the Population Dynamics of Marine and Freshwater Crustaceans

    Role of parthenogenetic natality and emergence from diapausing eggs in the dynamics of some rotifer populations

    Elena A. Mnatsakanova, Leonard V. Polishchuk Pages 169-178
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