Table of Contents, Vol. 34 (6), 1989

Articles

MAYER, LAWRENCE M
Extracellular proteolytic enzyme activity in sediments of an intertidal mudflat
973-981
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LOPEZ, GLENN, AND RAGNAR ELMGREN
Feeding depths and organic absorption for the deposit feeding benthic amphipods Pontoporera affinis and Pontoporeia femorata
982-991
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JOHNSON, RICHARD K., BENGT BOSTRÖM, AND WOUTER VAN DE BUND
Interactions between Chironomus plumosus (L.) and the microbial community in surficial sediments of a shallow, eutrophic lake
992-1003
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REDDY, K. R., W. H. PATRICK JR., AND C. W. LINDAU
Nitrification-denitrification at the plant root-sediment interface in wetlands
1004-1013
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THOMPSON, PETER A., MAURICE E. LEVASSEUR, AND PAUL J. HARRISON
Light-limited growth on ammonium vs. nitrate: What is the advantage for marine phytoplankton?
1014-1024
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WHEELER, PATRICIA A., DAVID L. KIRCHMAN, MICHAEL R. LANDRY, AND STEVEN A. KOKKINAKIS
Diel periodicity in ammonium uptake and regeneration in the oceanic subarctic Pacific: Implications for interactions in microbial food webs
1025-1033
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MORAN, MARY ANN, AND ROBERT E. HODSON
Formation and bacterial utilization of dissolved organic carbon derived from detrital lignocellulose
1034-1047
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BLOESCH, JÜRG, AND HANS-RUDOLF BÜRGI
Changes in phytoplankton and zooplankton biomass and composition reflected by sedimentation
1048-1061
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DAGG, M. J., B. W. FROST, AND W. E. WALSER JR
Copepod diel migration, feeding, and the vertical flux of pheopigments.
1062-1071
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Notes

BOLLENS, STEPHEN M., AND BRUCE W. FROST
Zooplanktivorous fish and variable diel vertical migration in the marine planktonic copepod Calanus pacificus
1072-1083
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HAWKINS, PETER, AND WINFRIED LAMPERT
The effect of Daphnia body size on filtering rate inhibition in the presence of a filamentous cyanobacterium.
1084-1089
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RICCI, NICOLA
Microhabitats of ciliates: Specific adaptations to different substrates
1089-1097
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PUTT, MARY, AND DIANE K. STOECKER
An experimentally determined carbon : volume ratio for marine “oligotrichous” ciliates from estuarine and coastal waters
1097-1103
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AGUSTÍ, SUSANA, AND JACOB KALFF
The influence of growth conditions on the size dependence of maximal algal density and biomass
1104-1108
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SOMMER, ULRICH
Maximal growth rates of Antarctic phytoplankton: Only weak dependence on cell size
1109-1112
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HUDSON, ROBERT J. M., AND FRANCOIS M. M. MOREL
Distinguishing between extra- and intracellular iron in marine phytoplankton.
1113-1120
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BENNETT, WILLIAM N., AND MARTIN E. BORAAS
An experimental test of the egg-ratio method with instantaneous birth rate as an independent variable
1120-1125
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HSIEH, Y. P., AND C. H. YANG
Diffusion methods for the determination ofreduced inorganic sulfur species in sediments
1126-1130
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BERNHARD, JOAN M
The distribution of benthic Foraminifera with respect to oxygen concentration and organic carbon levels in shallow-water Antarctic sediments
1131-1141
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Comments

BARNETT, P. R. O., AND J. WATSON
A comment on “Laboratory studies on core sampling with application to subtidal meiobenthos collection” (Rutledge and Fleeger)
1142-1143
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RUTLEDGE, P. A., AND J. W. FLEEGER
Reply to comment by Barnett and Watson
1143-1144
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URBAN, NOEL R., AND LARRY A. BAKER
Alkalinity generation associated with the formation of ester sulfates
1144-1146
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KELLY, C. A., AND J. W. M. RUDD
Reply to comment by Urban and Baker
1146-1148
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American Society of Limnology and Oceanography, Sustaining Member
1148
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Book Reviews

MOSHE GOPHEN
Autotrophic bacteria (H. G. Schlegel and B. Bowien)
1149-
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