Containing proceedings of the VIIIth International Rotifer Symposium which was held in Collegeville, Minnesota, USA, on June 22-27 1997, this volume includes review papers and reports of recent research findings along with the presentation of new methods in rotifer biology. The publications contained in this volume reflect the wide diversity of approaches, methods of analysis and conclusions that characterize research on the Rotifera. Some of the topics addressed are: rotifer distribution, responses to biotic and abiotic factors, genetic profile of individuals and populations, rotifer feeding and mating behavior, morphology, phylogeny and taxonomy.
Preface. Dedication. Part I. History of Rotifer Research. Part II. Taxonomy, Biogeography and Biodiversity. Part III. Phylogeny. Part IV. Anatomy and Morphology. Part V. Ecosystem Ecology: Lentic Systems. VI. Ecosystem Ecology: Lotic Systems. VII. Chemical Ecology. VIII. Autecology and Population Ecology. IX. Population Genetics. X. Trophic Interactions. XI. Applied Studies and Aquaculture.
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