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2.0 MB Filtration rates of the non-native Chinese mystery snail (Bellamya chinensis) and potential impacts on microbial communities / Olden, Julian D. ; Ray, Liza ; Mims, Meryl C. ; Horner-Devine, M. Claire ; University of Washington. School of Aquatic and Fishery Sciences
Invasive species in the phylum Mollusca, including gastropods and bivalves, have caused substantial impacts in freshwater ecosystems. The Chinese mystery snail, Bellamya chinensis, is a large viviparid snail native to Southeastern Asia and widely introduced throughout United States and parts of Canada and Europe. [...]
Las especies invasoras del phyllum Mollusca, incluyendo los gasterópodos y bivalvos, han causado impactos importantes en los ecosistemas dulceacuícolas. Bellamya chinensis, es un vivíparo de gran tamaño, nativo del sureste de Asia y ampliamente introducido a lo largo de los Estados Unidos y parte de Canadá y Europa. [...]

2013
Limnética, Vol. 32, Núm. 1 (2013) , p. 107-120  
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10 p, 182.3 KB Lutein and the C/N as tracers of organic matter in the Palmones River estuary / Arrojo, Ma Angeles (Universidad de Málaga. Departamento de Ecología) ; Jiménez, Carlos (Universidad de Málaga. Departamento de Ecología) ; Rubio, Lourdes (Universidad de Málaga. Departamento de Biología Vegetal) ; Niell, F. Xavier (Universidad de Málaga. Departamento de Ecología)
Los pigmentos vegetales han sido usados como bioindicadores de la presencia de organismos fototrópicos en ríos, estuarios y sedimentos marinos actuales y en estudios paleolimnológicos. En el sedimento del estuario río Palmones (Bahía de Algeciras, Sur de España) se ha estudiado las concentraciones de clorofila a y luteína, el índice C/N y el contenido en materia orgánica. [...]
Plant pigments have been used as biomarkers of the presence of phototrophic organisms in rivers, estuaries and sea sediments in present and in paleolimnological studies. Chlorophyll a and lutein concentration, C/N ratio and organic matter content have been studied in the sediment of the Palmones River estuary (Algeciras Bay, Southern Spain). [...]

2009
Limnética, Vol. 28, Núm. 2 ( 2009) , p. 243-252  

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