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Acclimatization of the pikeperch Stizostedion lucioperca and its incorporation into the system of food relations in Lake Vozhe.
On the physical oceanography of the Kattegat and Clyde Sea area, 1996-98, as background to ecophysiological studies on the planktonic crustacean, Meganyctiphanes norvegica (Euphausiacea)
Accounting for local physiological adaptation in bioenergetic models: testing hypotheses for growth rate revolution by virtual transplant experiments
Studies of microbial acclimation to hard chemicals on the basis of respiratory quinone profiles and kinetic analyses
Long-term exposure to small temperature increase and sublethal ammonia in hardwater acclimated rainbow trout: Does acclimation occur?
Tolerance to high temperatures and potential of sea warming on reef fishes of Gorgona Island (tropical eastern Pacific)
On the reproduction and dispersal in the Black Sea of a recent immigrant, the nudibranch Doridella obscura (Gastropoda, Opisthobranchia, Corambidae).
[On accidental introduction in Thau lagoon (France, Mediterranean Sea) of a Japanese species of Chondrus (Gigartinaceae, Rhodophyta)]
Warming-induced release of CO2 from the large carbon (C) stores in arctic soils could accelerate climate change. However, declines in the response of soil respiration to warming in long-term experiments suggest that microbial activity acclimates to temperature, greatly reducing the potential for enhanced C losses. As reduced respiration rates with time could be equally caused by substrate depletion, evidence for thermal acclimation remains controversial. To overcome this problem, we carried out a cooling experiment with soils from arctic Sweden. If acclimation causes the reduction in soil respiration observed after experimental warming, then it should subsequently lead to an increase in respiration rates after cooling....
Experimental investigation of the effects of polynuclear aromatic hydrocarbons on an estuarine sediment food web