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Volume 37, Number 2, September 1985
International Symposium on Marine Plankton

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Free Content Foreword
pp. 403-404(2)
Author: Montgomery, David H.

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Free Content Sigeru Motoda 1908
pp. 405-406(2)
Author: Montgomery, D. H.

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Free Content Martin W. Johnson, 1893–1984
pp. 407-410(4)
Authors: McGowan, J. A.; Brinton, E.

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Free Content The comparative electrobiology of gelatinous zooplankton
pp. 460-477(18)
Author: Anderson, Peter A. V.

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Free Content Recruitment of barnacle larvae from the plankton
pp. 478-486(9)
Author: Crisp, D. J.

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Free Content Rhythm of secretion of Oikopleurid's houses
pp. 498-503(6)
Author: Fenaux, Robert

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Free Content Plankton and whaling ground dynamics in the Denmark Strait
pp. 504-517(14)
Authors: Foerster, John W.; Thompson, Patricia M.

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Free Content Zooplankton community conditions under sea ice near Syowa Station, Antarctica
pp. 518-528(11)
Authors: Fukuchi, Mitsuo; Tanimura, Atsushi; Ohtsuka, Hideaki

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Free Content Evidence for a soluble metamorphic inducer in Phestilla: ecological, chemical and biological data
pp. 556-566(11)
Authors: Hadfield, Michael G.; Scheuer, Deborah

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Free Content Spatial and temporal distribution of phytoplankton in the Gulf of Nicoya, Costa Rica
pp. 577-585(9)
Authors: Hargraves, Paul E.; Viquez M., Roxana

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Free Content Symbionts of marine copepoda: an overview
pp. 586-598(13)
Authors: Ho, Ju-shey; Perkins, Penny S.

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Free Content Aerial observations of surface patchiness of a planktonic crustacean
pp. 609-619(11)
Authors: Jillett, John B.; Zeldis, John R.

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Free Content Estimation of the spectral absorption coefficients of phytoplankton in the sea
pp. 634-642(9)
Authors: Kishino, M.; Takahashi, M.; Okami, N.; Ichimura, S.

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Free Content Life history and ecology of Goniodoma pseudogoniaulax (Pyrrhophyta) in a rockpool
pp. 643-651(9)
Authors: Kita, Takumi; Fukuyo, Yasuwo; Tokuda, Hiroshi; Hirano, Reijiro

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Free Content Plankton patchiness: biology in the physical vernacular
pp. 652-674(23)
Authors: Mackas, David L.; Denman, Kenneth L.; Abbott, Mark R.

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Free Content Status of the identification of the early life stages of fishes
pp. 756-760(5)
Author: Richards, William J.

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Free Content Life history strategies
pp. 761-762(2)
Author: Rothlisberg, Peter C.

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Free Content Abstracts
pp. 763-783(21)

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Free Content Editorial News and Notes
pp. 784-784(1)

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