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References Bogacka-K apusta E. & Kapusta A. 2013. Spatial and diurnal distribution of Cladocera in beds of invasive Vallisneria spiralis and open water in heated lake. Acta Zool. Bulg. 65(2): 225-231. Briand J. F., Leboulanger C., Humbert J. F., Bernard C. & Dufour P. 2004. Cylindrospermopsis raciborskii (Cyanobacteria) invasion at midlatitudes: selection, wide physiological tolerance, or global warming? J. Phycol. 40:231-238. Burchardt L. 1977. Changes in the phytoplankton composition of Lake Pątnowskie - a receiving basin for heated waters and sugar processing

, Loxodes, Suctoria. — München: Informationsberichte des Bayer. Landesamtes für Wasserwirtschaft, 1995. — 544 S. Foissner W., Berger H. A user-friendly guide to the ciliates (Protozoa, Ciliophora) commonly used by hydrobiologists as bioindicators in rivers, lakes, and waste waters, with notes on their ecology // Freshwater Biology. — 1996. — 35 . — P. 375-482. Gąbka M. Vallisneria spiralis (Hydrocharitaceae) — nowy gatunek we florze Polski // Fragmenta Floristica et Geobotanica Polonica. — 2002. — 9 . — P. 67-73. Gong J., Song W., Warren A. Periphytic ciliate

studies of the heated lakes near Konin, UAM Poznań, Ser. Biol. 6: 51-58 (in Polish). Gąbka M. 2002 - Vallisneria spiralis (Hydrocharitaceae) a new species among Polish flora - Fragm. Flor. Geobot. Polonica 9: 67-73 (in Polish). Hillbricht-Ilkowska A., Simm A. T. 1988 - Spatial pattern of temperature, oxygen and nutrient concentration in two lakes of different heated-water discharge systems - Ekol. pol. 36: 165-182. Hillbricht-Ilkowska A., Zdanowski B. 1988 - Main changes in the Konin lake system (Poland) under the effect of heated-water discharge pollution and

Changes in the zoobenthos structure in a system of heated lakes in central Poland

The aim of the study was to identify changes in the quality and quantity structure of the zoobenthos assemblages inhabiting the lakes, channels, and basins that comprise the cooling system of a power plant in central Poland. By comparing the invertebrate fauna occurring on the freshwater clam Sinanodonta woodiana (Lea) and the macrophyte Vallisneria spiralis (L.), the significance of exotic species in the development of invertebrate macrofauna species was demonstrated. The zoobenthos inhabiting the channels was poorer quantitatively and qualitatively than was the lake zoobenthos. Factors that determined this included thermal and oxygen conditions and water flow. Elements that enriched the development of the zoobenthos and the zooperyphyton included populations of alien zebra mussel Dreissena polymorpha Pallas and S. woodiana, and assemblages of Myriophyllum spicatum L. and Ceratophylum demersum L. In comparison to thirty years ago, the quality of the bottom fauna in the system has decreased.

-Hilaire S., Feist S. W., Martin P., Kent M. L. 2005 - Disease threat to European fish - Nature 435: 1046. Hliwa P., Martyniak A., Kucharczyk D., Sebestyn A. 2002 - Food preferences of juvenile stages of Pseudorasbora parva (Schlesinger, 1842) in the Kis-Balaton Reservoir - Arch. Pol. Fish. 10: 121-127. Holčik J. 1991 - Fish introduction in Europe with particular reference to its central and eastern part - Can. J. Fish. Aquat. Sci. , 48: 13-23. Hutorowicz A., Dziedzic J. 2003 - Dispersal of the invasive species Vallisneria spiralis L. in Lake Licheńskie - In: Proc

References Bogacka-Kapusta E., Kapusta A. 2013 - Spatial and diurnal distribution of Cladocera in beds of invasive Vallisneria spiralis and open water in heated lake - Acta Zool. Bul. 65: 225-231. Ciemiński J., Zdanowski B. 2009 - Changes in the zoobenthos structure in a system of heated lakes in central Poland - Arch. Pol. Fish. 17: 221-238. Dunstall T.G., Haymes G.T., Kwik J.K. 1985 - Influence of a thermal electric generating station on water chemistry and distribution of plankton - J. Great Lakes Res. 11: 530-539. Hillbricht-Ilkowska A., Zdanowski B. 1988a

metabolism of freshwater macrophyte Vallisneria spiralis L. in early growth stages. Hydrobiologia, 709, 173−182. doi : 10.1007/s10750-013-1447-3. Engloner, A.I. (2009). Structure, growth dynamics and biomass of reed (Phragmites australis) - A review. Flora - Morphology, Distribution, Functional Ecology of Plants, 204, 331−346. doi : 10.1016/j.flora.2008.05.001. Fonseca, M.S. & Fisher J.S. (1986). Comparison of canopy friction and sediment movement between four species of seagrass with reference to their ecology and restoration. Mar. Ecol.- Progress Series, 29, 15−22. Green

changes in the Konin lakes system (Poland) under the effect of heated-water discharge pollution and fishery - Ekol. Pol. 36: 23-45. Hutorowicz A., Hutorowicz J., Brzozowska R. 2007 - Chemical composition of the top-layer bottom deposits from underneath assemblages of the subtropical species Vallisneria spiralis L. in the phytolittoral zone of two heated lakes - Arch. Pol. Fish. 15: 457-464. Jeppesen E., Kronvang B., Meerhoff M., S_ndergaard M., Hansen K.M., Andersen H.E., Lauridsen T.L., Liboriussen L., Beklio_lu M., Ozen A., Olesen J. E. 2009 - Climate change effects

.H., Gessner M.O., Kawabata Z.I., Knowler D.J., Leveque C., Naiman R.J., Prieur-Richard A.H., Soto D., Stiassny M.L.J., Sullivan C.A 2006 - Freshwater biodiversity: importance, threats, status and conservation challenges - Biological Reviews of the Cambridge Philosophical Society, 81: 163-182. Ejsmont-Karabin J. 2011 - Does invasion of Vallisneria spiralis L. promote appearance of rare and new rotifer (Rotifera) species in littoral of the lakes heated by power station (Konin lakes, W. Poland)? - Pol. J. Ecol. 59: 201-207. Gessner J., Arndt G.M., Tiedemann R., Bartel R