By Frederick S. Russell (ed.), Maurice Yonge (ed.)
Quantity 25 of this authoritative assessment sequence maintains the excessive common set by means of the editors some time past. Marine biologists all over have come to worth and revel in the wide range of thought-provoking papers written through invited experts.In this quantity are reports of 4 animal teams which span the whole variety of the marine nutrition chain. The function of parasites in ecology is a growing to be curiosity and the parasites of zooplankton are defined intimately for the 1st time. points of thegastropods, cephalopods and fish lifestyles also are tested intimately.
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Analysis of covariance shows that seasonality is correlated with temperatnre, but of course causes may be indirect. In the southern parts of its range, Pseudocalanus is a winter-spring form, and may disappear altogether from sampling areas during summer. Since this disappearance seems clearly related to high temperatures, i t is discussed separately (p. 24). 2. , 1971) and Pseudocalanus has figured in some of the discussions. 4. Average numbers, per sample of 20 miles, o f Pseudooalanua (including Paracalanua) from the east-central North Sea in monthly periods from January 1948 to December 1972, taken by the Continuous Plankton Recorder.
Corkett (1968, his Table I) used the term “segments thoracique libres” instead of metasome. 2. C I This stage has three metasome and two urosome segments as in all copepod species (Gurney, 1942). Oberg (1 906) states that in the early copepodid stages the small anterior segment of the urosome was separated from the metasome during moult and therefore belongs to the thorax. We therefore place the border between thorax and abdomen between the first and second urosome segment (Table I). C I has two pairs of swimming feet and the rudiments of the third (Oberg, 1906).
MCLAREN fisheries (seep. 201). Fish (1936) interpreted such concentrations around the Gulf of Maine as " stocks " in the manner of fishery science. He felt that breeding occurred first in offshore areas and later inshore, where local concentrations were sustained by hydrographic circumstances from areas of higher production offshore. The number of stations involved makes some of his isopleths of abundance open to question. Soviet researchers have shown particular interest in such concentrations.