- Effect of water temperature on the survival and growth of endobenthic
- does not affect the survival of endobenthic juveniles of H. scabra it greatly affects their growth.
- Bulletin of the Geological Society of Denmark, Vol. 24/03-04, pp. 283
- Endobenthic adaptations of juvenile thalassinidean shrimp DGF Frey, R. W. & Howard, J.
- Endo- and epibenthic distribution of the unionid mollusc Elliptio
- Shell morphology did not vary significantly between epi- and endobenthic mussels. Failure to count endobenthic E.
- Protistan community analysis: key findings of a large-scale molecular sampling
- With regard to taxonomy, it seems plausible that distributions are markedly different between soil-inhabiting and endobenthic taxa, such as Amoebozoa, which are presumably less prone to random dispersal, and planktonic or epibenthic taxa. Top of page ...
- Endobenthic - Foraminifera
- Jul 5, 2006 Endobenthic means living within the sediment of a sea floor. Endobenthic foraminifera are usually informally called infaunal.
- endobenthic - Wiktionary
-  Adjective. endobenthic (not comparable). (biology) That lives within the sediment on the seafloor.
- Microhabitat preferences and stable carbon isotopes of endobenthic
- Marine Micropaleontology 40 (2000) 233±258 www.elsevier.
- Validation of a sediment toxicity test with the endobenthic aquatic
- Validation of a sediment toxicity test with the endobenthic aquatic oligochaete Lumbriculus variegatus by an international ring test.
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