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  1. 41.
    Journal Article
    Kreutzer, C.; Lampert, W.: Exploitative competition in differently sized Daphnia species: a mechanistic explanation. Ecology 80 (7), pp. 2348 - 2357 (1999)
  2. 42.
    Journal Article
    Hairston, N. G. j.; Lampert, W.; Cáceres, C. E.; Holtmeier, C. L.; Weider, L. J.; Gaedke, U.; Fischer, J. M.; Fox, J. A.; Post, D. M.: Rapid evolution revealed by dormant eggs. Nature 401 (6752), p. 446 (1999)
  3. 43.
    Journal Article
    Sterner, R. W.; Clasen, J.; Lampert, W.; Weisse, T.: Carbon:phosphorus stoichiometry and food chain production. Ecology Letters 1 (3), pp. 146 - 150 (1998)
  4. 44.
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    Weider, L. J.; Lampert, W.; Wessels, M.; Colbourne, J. K.; Limburg, P.: Long-term genetic shifts in a microcrustacean egg bank associated with anthropogenic changes in the Lake Constance ecosystem. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London Series B 264 (1388), pp. 1613 - 1618 (1997)
  5. 45.
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    Dodson, S. I.; Ryan, S.; Tollrian, R.; Lampert, W.: Individual swimming behavior of Daphnia: effects of food, light and container size in four clones. Journal of Plankton Research 19 (10), pp. 1537 - 1552 (1997)
  6. 46.
    Journal Article
    Achenbach, L.; Lampert, W.: Effects of elevated temperatures on threshold food concentrations and possible competitive abilities of differently sized cladoceran species. Oikos 79 (3), pp. 469 - 476 (1997)
  7. 47.
    Journal Article
    Dodson, S. I.; Tollrian, R.; Lampert, W.: Daphnia swimming behavior during vertical migration. Journal of Plankton Research 19 (8), pp. 969 - 978 (1997)
  8. 48.
    Journal Article
    Lampert, W.: Nahrungskettenmanipulation: Die Rolle von Kompensationsmechanismen für Top-down-Prozesse. Laufener Seminarbeiträge 3, pp. 39 - 46 (1997)
  9. 49.
    Journal Article
    Lampert, W.: Zooplankton research: the contribution of limnology to general ecological paradigms. Aquatic Ecology 31 (1), pp. 19 - 27 (1997)
  10. 50.
    Journal Article
    Lampert, W.; Trubetskova, I.: Juvenile growth rate as a measure of fitness in Daphnia. Functional Eology 10 (5), pp. 631 - 635 (1996)
  11. 51.
    Journal Article
    Müller-Navarra, D.; Lampert, W.: Seasonal patterns of food limitation in Daphnia galeata: separating food quantity and food quality effects. Journal of Plankton Research 18 (7), pp. 1137 - 1157 (1996)
  12. 52.
    Journal Article
    Lampert, W.; Brendelberger, H.: Strategies of phenotypic low-food adaptation in Daphnia: Filter screens, mesh sizes, and appendage beat rates. Limnology and Oceanography 41 (2), pp. 216 - 223 (1996)
  13. 53.
    Journal Article
    Lampert, W.: Egg bank investment. Nature 377 (6549), p. 479 (1995)
  14. 54.
    Journal Article
    Santer, B.; Lampert, W.: Summer diapause in cyclopoid copepods: adaptive response to a food bottleneck? Journal of Animal Ecology 64 (5), pp. 600 - 613 (1995)
  15. 55.
    Journal Article
    Trubetskova, I.; Lampert, W.: Egg size and egg mass of Daphnia magna: response to food availability. Cladocera as Model Organisms in Biology, pp. 139 - 145 (1995)
  16. 56.
    Journal Article
    Lampert, W.; Rothhaupt, K. O.; Von Elert, E.: Chemical induction of colony formation in a green alga (Scenedesmus acutus) by grazers (Daphnia). Limnology and Oceanography 39 (7), pp. 1543 - 1550 (1994)
  17. 57.
    Journal Article
    Lampert, W.; Tollrian, R.; Stibor, H.: Chemische Induktion von Verteidigungsmechanismen bei Süßwassertieren. Naturwissenschaften 81 (9), pp. 375 - 382 (1994)
  18. 58.
    Journal Article
    Lampert, W.: Phenotypic plasticity of the filter screens in Daphnia: adaptation to a low-food environment. Limnology and Oceanography 39 (5), pp. 997 - 1006 (1994)
  19. 59.
    Journal Article
    Gliwicz, Z. M.; Lampert, W.: Clutch-size variability in Daphnia: body-size related effects of egg predation by cyclopoid copepods. Limnology and Oceanography 39 (3), pp. 479 - 485 (1994)
  20. 60.
    Journal Article
    Stibor, H.; Lampert, W.: Estimating the size at maturity in field populations of Daphnia (Cladocera). Freshwater Biology 30 (3), pp. 433 - 438 (1993)
 
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