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Human Exposure to Cyanotoxins and their Effects on Health

freshwater fish at different trophic levels from the eutrophic Lake Chaohu, China. Environ Toxicol 2005;20:293-300. 72. Romo S, Fernandez F, Ouahid Y, Baron-Sola A. Assessment of microcystins in lake water and fish (Mugilidae, Liza sp.) in the largest Spanish coastal lake. Environ Monit Assess 2012;184:939-49. doi: 10.1007/s10661-011-2011-0 73. Kozlowsky-Suzuki B, Wilson AE, Ferrao-Filho AS. Biomagnification or biodilution of microcystins in aquatic foodwebs? Meta-analyses of laboratory and field studies. Harmful Algae 2012;18:47-55. doi

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River Floodplains as Habitat and Bio-Corridors for Distribution of Land Snails: Their Past and Present

–228. Kappes, H., Lay, R., Topp, W. (2007). Changes in different trophic levels of litter-dwelling macrofauna associated with giant knotweed invasion. Ecosystems 10: 734−744. Kennedy, T.A., Finlay, J.C., Hobbie, S.E. (2005). Eradication of invasive Tamarix ramosissima along a desert stream increases native fish density. Ecological Applications 15: 2072–2083. Kerney, M.P., Cameron, R.A.D., Jungbluth, J.H. (1983). Die Landschnecken Nord und Mitteleuropas. Hamburg and Berlin, Verlag Paul Parey, 384 pp. Klimo, E. (2000). Lesnická pedologie . MZLU Brno

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On the methodology of feeding ecology in fish

. (eds J.E.P. Cyrino, D.P. Bureau, B.G. Kapour) Science Publishers, Enfield, New Hampshire, 575pp. Costello, M.J. (1990) Predator feeding strategy and prey importance: a new graphical analysis. Journal of Fish Biology, 36, 261-263. Cresson, P., Ruitton, S., Ourgaud, M. & Harmelin-Vivien, M. (2014) Contrasting perception of fish trophic level from stomach content and stable isotope analysis: A Mediterranean artificial reef experience. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology, 452, 54-62. Cummis, K.W. & Klug, M.J. (1979) Feeding ecology of

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Assessing the role of soil microbial communities of natural forest ecosystem

Introduction A wide component of global biodiversity in the world is represented by microbial diversity from soils. A high variety of bacteria and fungi have soil as habitat and these active decomposers represent the base of trophic chains, sustaining by their activities the diversity of superior trophic levels. Soil is a rich source of microorganisms responsible for its most important functions in terrestrial ecosystems. Interaction between edaphic microorganisms and plants usually determines the biodiversity of vegetation ( 1 ). Previous research

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Strontium isotopes as an indicator of human migration – easy questions, difficult answers

Europe. J Archaeol Sci 31(4):365–75. Bentley RA., 2006. Strontium isotopes from the earth to the archaeological skeleton: a review. J Archaeol Method Th 13(3):135–87. Blum JD, Taliaferro EH, Weisse MT, Holmes RT. 2000. Changes in Sr/Ca, Ba/Ca and 87 Sr/ 86 Sr ratios between trophic levels in two forest ecosystems in the northeastern USA. Biogeochemistry 49(1):87–101. Brettell R, Montgomery J, Evans J. 2012. Brewing and stewing: the effect of culturally mediated behaviour on the oxygen isotope composition of ingested fluids and the implications for

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A Review of Extant Croatian Freshwater Fish and Lampreys
Annotated list and distribution

Fish Biology, 74, 1499-1509. Miočić-Stošić, J., Kovačević, M. (2013): Research on the ichthyofauna of the upper course of the Zrmanja River. In: Basrek, L., Đud, L. (ed), Zbornik radova projekta „Istraživanje bioraznolikosti područja rijeke Zrmanje 2010“. Udruga studenata biologije - BIUS, Zagreb, 206-218. (in Croatian) Miotti, E. (2002): Pesci e biotopi quasi nostrani. Viaggio di un aquariofillo nell'ex Jugoslavia. Aquarium, 2, 58-65. (in Italian) Mišetić, S., Mrakovčić, M., Šurmanović, D. (1989): Keeping of the trophic level of the Tribalj

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