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lentic

of or relating to standing waters such as ponds, lakes, reservoirs, etc., rather than moving waters such as rivers and streams.
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Lentic systems function differently from lotic ones, because the mechanical process of degradation of pollutants is low or absent, affecting the dilution of harmful substances; in addition, aeration is deficient, so most of the pollutants have a longer life (Schmitter-Soto et al.
Significant differences in macroinvertebrate community structures were found between lentic and lotic habitat types in the lower Missouri River (Sampson and Hall, 2011).
marginatus shows reproductive activity in every studied environment; however, it is more frequent in Patos Lagoon and the Ivinheima and Baia rivers, successfully occupying the lotic waters of the rivers and the lentic waters of the lagoon (Figure 5).
The registered values of Chl-a at El Neusa reservoir fluctuated within a range that goes from oligo to mesotrophic condition according to concentrations established for trophic status indices (TSIs) from lentic ecosystems (Carlson & Simpson, 1996; Brown & Simpson, 2001).
Spatial and temporal use of floodplain habitats by lentic and lotic species of aquatic turtles.
Shashtree NK, Islam MS, Pathak S, Afshan M (1991) Studies on the Physicochemical dimensions of the lentic hydrosphere of RavindraSarover (Gaya).
Variation in body size, growth, and population structure of Actinemys marmorata from lentic and lotic habitats in southern Oregon.
Heavy deposits of sediment can cause mortality in unbranched-gemmulated colonies of Spongilla lacustris in lentic systems (Frost et al.
These taxa are characteristic of lentic and slow-moving lotic bodies of water in this area.
quinquesetosum was collected beside a small spring, and taking into account the rest of its records, the preference of this species to lentic environments is suggested.
bifurcata, it seems to have a wider range of ecological tolerances, having been taken from both lotic and lentic habitats.