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Alekseev, Victor R.

Diapause in Aquatic Invertebrates Theory and Human Use

Alekseev, Victor R. - Diapause in Aquatic Invertebrates Theory and Human Use, ebook

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Part I. Strategies and Mechanisms of Diapause in Aquatic Invertebrates

1. Introduction to Diapause
Victor R. Alekseev, Oscar Ravera, Bart T. Stasio

2. Timing of Diapause in Monogonont Rotifers: Mechanisms and Strategies
John J. Gilbert

3. Diapause in Crustaceans: Peculiarities of Induction
Victor R. Alekseev

4. Reactivation of Diapausing Crustaceans
Victor R. Alekseev

5. Diapause in Aquatic Insects, with Emphasis on Mosquitoes
Elena B. Vinogradova

6. A Brief Perspective on Molecular Mechanisms of Diapause in Aquatic Invertebrates
Victor R. Alekseev

Part II. The Role of Diapause in Science and Human Uses

7. Egg Bank Formation by Aquatic Invertebrates: A Bridge Across Disciplinary Boundaries
Bart T. Stasio

8. Use of Cladoceran Resting Eggs to Trace Climate-driven and Anthropogenic Changes in Aquatic Ecosystems
Susanne L. Amsinck, Erik Jeppesen, Dirk Verschuren

9. Reconstructing Microevolutionary Dynamics from Layered Egg Banks
Luc Meester, Joachim Mergeay, Helen Michels, Ellen Decaestecker

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

11. Diapause and its Consequences in the Daphnia galeata – cucullata – hyalina Species Complex
Piet Spaak, Barbara Keller

12. Role of Diapause in Dispersal of Aquatic Invertebrates
Vadim E. Panov, Carla Caceres

13. The Role of within Trophic Level Chemical Interactions in Diapause Induction: Basic and Applied Aspects
Egor S. Zadereev

14. Studying the Phenomenon of Dormancy: Why it is Important for Space Exploration
Victor R. Alekseev, Vladimir N. Sychev, Natalia D. Novikova

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Keywords: SCIENCE / Life Sciences / Biology / General SCI008000

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Publisher
Springer
Publication year
2007
Language
en
Edition
1
Category
Natural Sciences
Format
Ebook
eISBN (PDF)
9781402056802

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