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ID: 217933.0, MPI für Evolutionsbiologie / Ecophysiology
Colloquium on diatom-copepod interactions
Authors:Paffenhöfer, G. A.; Ianora, A.; Miralto, A.; Turner, J. T.; Kleppel, G. S.; Ribera d'Alcalà, M.; Casotti, R.; Caldwell, G. S.; Pohnert, G.; Fontana, A.; Müller-Navarra, D.; Jónasdóttir, S.; Armbrust, V.; Båmstedt, U.; Ban, S.; Bentley, M. G.; Boersma, M.; Bundy, M.; Buttino, I.; Calbet, A.; Carlotti, F.; Carotenuto, Y.; d'Ippolito, G.; Frost, B.; Guisande, C.; Lampert, W.; Lee, R. F.; Mazza, S.; Mazzocchi, M. G.; Nejstgaard, J. C.; Poulet, S. A.; Romano, G.; Smetacek, V.; Uye, S.; Wakeham, S.; Watson, S.; Wichard, T.
Language:English
Date of Publication (YYYY-MM-DD):2005-02-02
Title of Journal:Marine Ecology Progress Series
Journal Abbrev.:Mar Ecol Prog Ser
Volume:286
Start Page:293
End Page:305
Review Status:not specified
Audience:Not Specified
Abstract / Description:From 3 to 6 November 2002, a colloquium was convened at the Benthos Laboratory of the Stazione Zoologica Anton Dohrn on Ischia, Italy, with the goal of evaluating the present status of the effects of diatoms on their main consumers, planktonic copepods, and to develop future research strategies to enhance our understanding of such interactions. These included (1) toxic effects of diatom metabolites on copepods, particularly reproduction, and (2) nutritional effects of diatoms on juvenile to adult copepods. Key issues involved in the impact of diatoms on the dynamics of natural plankton communities in situ were also addressed. During the plenary session, the most recent advances on this topic were presented. The plenary session was followed by 3 working groups on (1) production of aldehydes by phytoplankton, (2) toxic and nutritional effects of diatoms on zooplankton, and (3) the chemistry of diatom defense, as well as of their nutritional quality. These working groups focused on suggesting future research needs for the different topics. As a result, several recommendations were outlined, including experimental studies. It became evident that interdisciplinary efforts are needed, involving chemists, oceanographers and experimentalists, since many of the biological observations under controlled conditions and in situ require an integrated approach, including chemical causation. Extensive field observations based on common protocols are also recommended for investigation of the intrinsic variability of such effects and their environmental controls. Laboratory experiments are seen to be essential for the full understanding of environmentally occurring processes.
Free Keywords:diatoms; copepods; toxicity; nutrition
External Publication Status:unpublished
Document Type:Article
Affiliations:MPI für Limnologie/Abt. Ökophysiologie
External Affiliations:Skidaway Inst Oceanog, Savannah, GA 31411 USA; Stn Zool Anton Dohrn, Naples, I-80121 Italy; Univ Massachusetts, Dept Biol, N Dartmouth, MA 02747 USA; SUNY Albany, Dept Biol Sci, Albany, NY 12222 USA; Univ Newcastle Upon Tyne, Newcastle Upon Tyne, Tyne & Wear NE1 7RU England; Max Planck Inst Chem Okol, Jena, D-07745 Germany; CNR, Ist Chim Biomol, Naples, I-80121 Italy; Inst Hydrobiol & Fischereiwissensch, Hamburg, D-22767 Germany; Danish Inst Fisheries Res, Dept Marine Ecol & Aquaculture, Charlottenlund, DK-2920 Denmark; Univ Washington, Sch Oceanog, Seattle, WA 98195 USA; Univ Bergen, Dept Fisheries & Marine Biol, Bergen, N-5020 Norway; Univ Shiga Prefecture, Tokyo, 164 Japan; AWI, Biol Anstalt Helgoland, Helgoland, D-27498 Germany; Acad Nat Sci Estuarine Res Ctr, St Leonard, MD 20685 USA; CSIC, CMIMA, Inst Ciencias Mar, Barcelona, 08003 Spain; Univ Bordeaux, CNRS, Stn Marine Arcachon, Arcachon, F-33120 France; Univ Vigo, Fac Ciencias, Vigo, 36200 Spain; CNRS, Biol Stn, Roscoff, F-29680 France;
Alfred Wegener Inst Polar & Marine Res, Bremerhaven, D-27515 Germany; Hiroshima Univ, Higashihiroshima, 7398528 Japan;
Environm Canada and Univ Calgary, Alberta T2N 1N4 Canada
Identifiers:ISSN:0171-8630 [ID-No:1]
LOCALID:2370/S 38348 [Listen-Nummer/S-Nummer]
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