1) Artificial diet with 45% Protein (LFd 1) (2) Rotifers
like Asplanchna and Brachionus (LFd2) (3) Wild Zooplankton (LFd3) (4) Bioenriched zooplanktons (raised on Chlorella, cod liver oil and vitamin C) (LFd4) (5) Artemia (LFd5) (6) Chironomus (LFd6) (7) Oligochaetes (LFd7)
Stamford's beaches were analyzed and found to contain a significant number of rotifers
and jellyfish but a low level of enterococcus and fecal coliform bacteria.
In this study, we recorded 140 species, and the rotifers
compounded the most species-rich group (88 species), followed by testate amoebae (35), cladocerans (13) and copepods (four).
Also, there are striking differences between the two rotifer
classes; although both are represented in both temporary and permanent waters, the bdelloids are more likely in the former and the monogononts are more likely in the latter (Ricci, 1987, 2001).
Unlike the copepod trends, the rotifer
trends closely resembled the total zooplankton treatment trends.
community structure and assessment of water quality in Yangcheng Lake.
, the Ruttner-Kolisko's method (1977) was employed.
The effect of three strains of lactic bacteria on the production rate of rotifers
, Brachionus pticatitis, and their dietary value for larval turbot, Scophthatmus maximus.
In marine fish hatcheries, larvae are commonly fed with live rotifers
Lecane bulla was prevalent in the diet of A.
evenness (Figure 3c) in the main channel of the Iguacu River was similar in the pre- and post-filling phases.
density showed a positive correlation with air and water temperature, pH, turbidity and total hardness and strong positive correlation with electrical conductivity, total dissolved solids (TDS) and total alkalinity.