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    Session 6: Microbial loop vs classical short food chains: Implications for appraisal of foodwebs' efficiency and productivity

    Michael R. Landry (Invited Speaker)
    From Primary Production to Mesozooplankton: Trophic Transfers through Microbial Food Webs
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    Ulf Båmstedt and Agneta Andersson
    The Baltic Sea as a natural ecosystem to study the significance of the phytoplankton/bacterioplankton production ratio for pelagic food-web efficiency
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    Jean-Pierre Bergeron, Daniel Delmas and Noussithé Koueta
    Microbial loop vs short food chain: what do mesozooplankton enzymatic indices tell us about differences in food-web's efficiency and productivity?
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    Neil A. James, Andrew G. Hirst, David J.S. Montagnes and David Atkinson
    The effect of temperature and food on zooplankton gross growth efficiency
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    J. Anthony Koslow, Joanna Strzelecki, Harriet Paterson and Stéphane Pesant
    Classical food webs and the microbial loop off Western Australia: Test of a new method to estimate simultaneously micro- and mesozooplankton grazing impacts
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    Danilo Calliari, Anamar Britos and Daniel Conde
    Low grazing pressure and high egg production by copepods in a productive estuarine lagoon
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    Cristian A. Vargas, José Luis Iriarte, Rodrigo Martínez, Paulina Contreras, Cynthia Valenzuela, Luis A. Cuevas, Carolina Cartes, David Opazo and Rubén Escribano
    Food-web structure and carbon flows in a river-influenced and non-river influenced continental shelf at the coastal upwelling area off Central Chile (36 °S): Importance of mixotrophy and omnivory
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    Michael J. Dagg, Suzanne L. Strom and Hongbin Liu
    Neocalanus and the lower trophic levels of the subarctic Pacific Ocean
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    Maiko Kagami, Ellen van Donk, Eric von Elert, Arnout de Bruin and Bas W. Ibelings
    Parasitic fungi may bridge the gap between inedible algae and zooplankton

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