Contents

Vol. 43 No.2 April, 2004

IN THIS ISSUE

ORIGINAL PAPERS

   
EVOLUTIONARY BIOLOGY    

Potential Use of Extremely High Biomass and Production of Copepods in an Enclosed Brackish Water Body in Lake Nakaumi, Japan, for the Mass Seed Production of Fishes
pp. 165-172

 

Shin-ichi Uye, Shinobu Nakai and Moriyuki Aizaki

Sea lice, Lepeophtheirus salmonis and Caligus orientalis (Copepoda: Caligidae), of Wild and Farmed Fish in Sea and Brackish Waters of Japan and Adjacent Regions: A review
pp. 173-178

 

Kazuya Nagasawa

Temporal Variability and Production of the Planktonic Copepod Community in the Cananeia Lagoon Estuarine System, Sao Paulo, Brazil
pp. 179-186

 

Koichi Ara

Poecilostomatoid Copepods Associated with Bivalves in Korea and their Distribution
pp. 187-192

 

Il-Hoi Kim

Importance of Copepoda in Freshwater Aquaculture
pp. 193-205

 

Wojciech Piasecki, Andrew E. Goodwin, Jorge C. Eiras, Barbara F. Nowak

Distrubution Patterns of Copepods (Crustacea: Copepoda) in Percolation Water of the Postojnska Jama Cave System (Slovenia)
pp. 206-210

 

Tanja Pipan and A. Brancelj

An Overview of the Impacts of Eutrophication and Chemical Pollutants on Copepods of the Coastal Zone
pp. 211-217

 

Nancy Marcus

Spatial Distribution of Copepods in the Surface Waters of the Southeastern Taiwan Strait
pp. 218-228

 

Wen-Tseng Lo, Jiang-Shiou Hwang and Qing-Chao Chen

A Review of the Impact of Parasitic Copepods on Marine Aquaculture
pp. 229-243

 

Stewart C. Johnson, Jim W. Treasurer, Sandra Bravo, Kazuya

In Situ Spawning Rate of the Calanoid Copepod Acartia clausi in a Tropical Lagoon (Ebrie, Cote d'Ivoire): Diel Variations and Effects of environmental Factors
pp. 244-254

 

Pagano Marc, Ernest Kouassi, Robert Arfi, Marc Bouvy and Lucien Saint-Jean

The Importance of Small Planktonic Copepods and their Roles in Pelagic Marine Food Webs
pp. 255-266

Jefferson T. Turner

Biochemical Profile of Heliodiaptomus viduus, Sinodiaptomus (Rhinediaptomus) Indicus and Mesocyclops Aspericornis and their Dietary Evaluation for Postlarvae of Macrobrachium rosenbergii
pp. 267-275

 

Safiullah, Aman and Kareem Altaff

Deep-sea Benthopelagic Calanoid Copepods and their Colonization of the Near-bottom Environment
pp. 276-291

 

Janet M. Bradford-Grieve

On the Invalidity of Strilloma Isaac (Copepoda: Monstrilloida): Observations from the Type Species
pp. 292-299

 

Eduardo Suarez-Morales and Rebeca Gasca

Nuclear DNA and Remarks on Chromatin Diminution of Cyclopoid Copepods
pp. 300-303

 

Andrey Konstantinovich Grishanin, Hans-Uwe Dahms and Alexey Pavlovitch Akifiev

Distribution of Necrophagous Copepods in the Cape d'Aguilar Marine Reserve, Hong Kong
pp. 304-313

 

Christine N.W. Lee

Histological Characteristics of Abnormal Protrusions on Copepods from Lake Michigan, USA
pp. 314-322

 

Gretchen A. Messick, Henry A. Vanderploeg, Joann F. Cavaletto, and Suzanne S. Tyler

Calanoid Copepods of the Kuroshio Current East of Taiwan, with Note on the Presence of Calanus Jashnovi Hulseman, 1994
pp. 323-331

 

Shih-Hui Hsiao, Chun-Yein Lee, Chang-tai Shih, Jiang-Shiou Hwang

Spring Distribution of Copepods in Relation to Water Masses in the Northern Taiwan Strait
pp. 332-343

 

Yang-Chi Lan, Chang-Tai Shih, Ming-An Lee and Hung-Zen Shieh

The Natural Diet of Apocyclops panamensis in a Shrimp Farm on the Pacific Coast of Nicaragua
pp. 344-349

 

Roberto Cano, Scarleth Raudez and Evelyn Hooker

In Situ Approach to the Examination of the Impact of Copper Pollution on Marine Meiobenthic Copepods
pp. 350-365

 

Graham R. Saunders and Colin G. Moore

Spatial and Temporal Structure of Planktonic Copepods in the Bay of Tunis (Southwestern Mediterranean Sea)
pp. 366-375

 

Mohamed Nejib Daly Yahia, Souissi Souissi, Ons Daly Yahia-kefi

Hydrodynamic Disturbance and Zooplankton Swimming Behavior
pp. 376-387

 

Laurent Seuront, Hidekatsu Yamazaki and Sami Souissi

Diets of Three Copepods (Poecilostomatoida) in Southern Taiwan Strait
pp. 388-392

 

Cheng-Han Wu, Jiang-Shiou Hwang and Jui-Sen Yang

Copepod Diversity and Composition as Indicators of the Intrusion of the Kuroshio Branch Current into the Northern Taiwan Strait in Spring, 2000
pp. 393-403

 

Chih-Hao Hsieh, Tai-Sheng Chiu and Chang-tai Shih

Tidal induced Changes in a Copepod-Dominated Zooplankton Community in a Macrotidal Mangrove Channel in Northern Brazil
pp. 404-414

 

Uwe Krumme and Tsui Hua Liang

Zooplankton Composition and Abundance in Mida Creek, Kenya
pp. 415-424

 

MKW Osore, JM Mwaluma, F Fiers and MH Daro

A New Species of Prionodiaptomus (Copepoda: Diaptomidae) from the Manu River, Peru
pp. 425-434

 

Graciela Cicchino, Edinaldo N. dos Santos-Silva, and Evelyn Zoppi de Roa

The importance of a Phylogenetic System for the Study of Deep-Sea Harpacticoid Diversity
pp. 435-445

 

Sybille Seifried

Postembryonic Apomorphies Proving the Monophyletic Status of the Copepoda
pp. 446-453

 

Hans-U. Dahms

Temporal and Spatial Variations in the Species Composition, Distribution and Abundance of Copepods of the Kaohsiung Harbor, Taiwan
pp. 454-463

 

Wen-been Chang and Lee-shing Fang

Seasonal Distribution of Copepods in the Tapong Bay, Southwestern Taiwan
pp. 464-474

 

Wen-Tseng Lo, Chia-Lu Chung and Chang-Tai Shih

Vertical Distribution Patterns of Pelagic Copepods as Viewed from the Predation Pressure Hypothesis
pp. 475-485

 

Atsushi Yamaguchi, Tsutomu Ikeda, Yuji Watanabe and Joji Ishizaka

Spatial and Temporal Distribution of Copepods in the Straits of Malacca
Hamid Rezai, Fatimah Md. Yusoff, Aziz Arshad, Akito Kawamura, Shuhei pp. 486-497

 

Nishida and Othman Bin Hj. Ross

From RandomWalk to Multifractal Random Walk in Zooplankton Swimming Behavior
pp. 498-510

 

Laurent Seuront, Francois G. Schmitt, Mathew C. Brewer, J. Rudi Strickler and Sami Souissi