Table of Contents, Vol. 45(5), July 2000

Articles

Tank, Jennifer L., Judy L. Meyer, Diane M. Sanzone, Patrick J. Mulholland, Jackson R. Webster, Bruce J. Peterson, Wilfred M. Wollheim, and Norman E. Leonard
Analysis of nitrogen cycling in a forest stream during autumn using a 15N-tracer addition
1013-1029
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Statzner, Bernhard, Eric Fièvet, Jean-Yves Champagne, Robert Morel, and Eric Herouin
Crayfish as geomorphic agents and ecosystem engineers: Biological behavior affects sand and gravel erosion in experimental streams
1030-1040
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Heck, K. L., Jr., J. R. Pennock, J. F. Valentine, L. D. Coen, and S. A. Sklenar
Effects of nutrient enrichment and small predator density on seagrass ecosystems: An experimental assessment
1041-1057
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Gerten, Dieter, and Rita Adrian
Climate-driven changes in spring plankton dynamics and the sensitivity of shallow polymictic lakes to the North Atlantic Oscillation
1058-1066
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Mann, Elizabeth L., and Sallie W. Chisholm
Iron limits the cell division rate of Prochlorococcus in the eastern equatorial Pacific
1067-1076
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Peine, Ariane, Andrea Tritschler, Kirsten Küsel, and Stefan Peiffer
Electron flow in an iron-rich acidic sediment—evidence for an acidity-driven iron cycle
1077-1087
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Albéric, Patrick, Eric Viollier, Didier Jézéquel, Cécile Grosbois, and Gil Michard
Interactions between trace elements and dissolved organic matter in the stagnant anoxic deep layer of a meromictic lake
1088-1096
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Søndergaard, Morten, Peter J. le B. Williams, Gustave Cauwet, Bo Riemann, Carol Robinson, Senka Terzic, E. Malcolm S. Woodward, and Jakob Worm
Net accumulation and flux of dissolved organic carbon and dissolved organic nitrogen in marine plankton communities
1097-1111
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Arnosti, C.
Substrate specificity in polysaccharide hydrolysis: Contrasts between bottom water and sediments
1112-1119
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Obernosterer, Ingrid, and Gerhard J. Herndl
Differences in the optical and biological reactivity of the humic and non-humic dissolved organic carbon component in two contrasting coastal marine environments
1120-1129
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Trees, Charles C., Dennis K. Clark, Robert R. Bidigare, Michael E. Ondrusek, and James L. Mueller
Accessory pigments versus chlorophyll a concentrations within the euphotic zone: A ubiquitous relationship
1130-1143
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Wulff, Angela, Sten-Åke Wängberg, Kristina Sundbäck, Claes Nilsson, and Graham J. C. Underwood
Effects of UVB radiation on a marine microphytobenthic community growing on a sand-substratum under different nutrient conditions
1144-1152
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Notes

Pohnert, Georg, and Eric von Elert
No ecological relevance of trimethylamine in fish—Daphnia interactions
1153-1156
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Boersma, Maarten
The nutritional quality of P-limited algae for Daphnia
1157-1161
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Anderson, Thomas R., and David W. Pond
Stoichiometric theory extended to micronutrients: Comparison of the roles of essential fatty acids, carbon, and nitrogen in the nutrition of marine copepods
1162-1167
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Hobson, P. R., R. S. Lampitt, A. Rogerson, J. Watson, E. P. Krantz, and Xiao Fang
Three-dimensional spatial coordinates of individual plankton determined using underwater hologrammetry
1167-1174
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Mohr, Silvia, and Rita Adrian
Functional responses of the rotifers Brachionus calyciflorus and Brachionus rubens feeding on armored and unarmored ciliates
1175-1179
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Sanford, Lawrence P., and Sean M. Crawford
Mass transfer versus kinetic control of uptake across solid-water boundaries
1180-1186
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Liu, Hongbin, and Edward J. Buskey
The exopolymer secretions (EPS) layer surrounding Aureoumbra lagunensis cells affects growth, grazing, and behavior of protozoa
1187-1191
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Comment

Riisgård, Hans Ulrik, and Poul. S. Larsen
A comment on experimental techniques for studying particle capture in filter-feeding bivalves
1192-1195
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Beninger, Peter G.
Limits and constraints: A comment on premises and methods in recent studies of particle capture mechanisms in bivalves
1196-1199
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Silverman, Harold, John W. Lynn, and Thomas H. Dietz
In vitro studies of particle capture and transport in suspension-feeding bivalves
1199-1203
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Ward, J. E., L. P. Sanford, R. I. E. Newell, and B. A. MacDonald
The utility of in vivo observations for describing particle capture processes in suspension-feeding bivalve molluscs
1203-1210
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Book Reviews

Paul F. Kemp
Aquatic microbial ecology (Yuri I. Sorokin)
1211
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Kirsten Christoffersen, and Hanne Kaas
Toxic cyanobacteria in water. A guide to their public health consequences, monitoring and management (Ingrid Chorus, and Jamie Bartram [eds.])
1212
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