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Introduced species may be one of the penultimate threats facing natural systems in the Anthropocene. Unfortunately, some taxa, such as meiofauna (organisms that pass through a 1 mm mesh but are retained by a 45 μm mesh), are so challenging to study that the presence and impact of introduced...
Studying the influence of environmental factors on the growth and physiological state of cyanobacteria is an important basis for understanding the formation of cyanobacteria content. This study selected Microcystis aeruginosa as an example, using algal pigment and fatty acid composition to...
Carrion as a food source and the role of scavengers both contribute to ecosystem connections, services, and food webs. Historically overlooked, there are paucities in the literature examining scavenging ecology and it remains unknown how anthropogenic activities such as riparian shoreline...
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