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Journal Article (13)

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    Journal Article
    Spaak, P.; Boersma, M.: Predator mediated coexistence of hybrid and parental Daphnia taxa. "Natural selection is ecology in action". Dedicated to Professor Dr. Winfried Lampert on the occasion of his 65th birthday, pp. 55 - 76 (2006)
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    Winder, M.; Spaak, P.; Mooij, W. M.: Trade-offs in Daphnia habitat selection. Ecology 85 (7), pp. 2027 - 2036 (2004)
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    Spaak, P.; Denk, A.; Boersma, M.; Weider, L. J.: Spatial and temporal patterns of sexual reproduction in a hybrid Daphnia species complex. Journal of Plankton Research 26 (6), pp. 625 - 635 (2004)
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    Winder, M.; Boersma, M.; Spaak, P.: On the cost of vertical migration: are feeding conditions really worse at greater depths? Freshwater Biology 48 (3), pp. 383 - 393 (2003)
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    Journal Article
    Lass, S.; Boersma, M.; Wiltshire, K. H.; Spaak, P.; Boriss, H.: Does trimethylamine induce life-history reactions in Daphnia? Cladocera, pp. 199 - 206 (2001)
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    Spaak, P.; Boersma, M.: The influence of fish kairomones on the induction and vertical distribution of sexual individuals of the Daphnia galeata species complex. Cladocera, pp. 185 - 193 (2001)
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    Lass, S.; Boersma, M.; Spaak, P.: How do migrating daphnids cope with fish predation risk in the epilimnion under anoxic conditions in the hypolimnion? Journal of Plankton Research 22 (7), pp. 1411 - 1418 (2000)
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    Spaak, P.; Vanoverbeke, J.; Boersma, M.: Predator-induced life-history changes and the coexistence of five taxa in a Daphnia species complex. Oikos 89 (1), pp. 164 - 174 (2000)
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    Journal Article
    Boersma, M.; De Meester, L.; Spaak, P.: Environmental stress and local adaptation in Daphnia magna. Limnology and Oceanography 44 (2), pp. 393 - 402 (1999)
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    Boersma, M.; Spaak, P.; De Meester, L.: Predator-mediated plasticity in morphology, life history, and behavior of Daphnia: the uncoupling of responses. American Naturalist 152 (2), pp. 237 - 248 (1998)
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    Schwenk, K.; Sand, A.; Boersma, M.; Brehm, M.; Mader, E.; Offerhaus, D.; Spaak, P.: Genetic markers, genealogies and biogeographic patterns in the cladocera. Aquatic Ecology 32 (1), pp. 37 - 51 (1998)
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    Spaak, P.; Boersma, M.: Tail spine length in the Daphnia galeata complex: costs and benefits of induction by fish. Aquatic Ecology 31 (1), pp. 89 - 98 (1997)
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    Journal Article
    Spaak, P.: Sexual reproduction in Daphnia: interspecific differences in a hybrid species complex. Oecologia 104 (4), pp. 501 - 507 (1995)

Book Chapter (1)

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    Book Chapter
    Schwenk, K.; Spaak, P.: Ecology and genetics of interspecific hybridization in Daphnia. In: Evolutionary Ecology of Freshwater Animals, pp. 199 - 229 (Eds. Streit, B.; Städler, T.; Lively, C. M.). Birkhäuser, Basel (1997)

Conference Paper (1)

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    Conference Paper
    Spaak, P.: Hybridization in the Daphnia galeata complex: are hybrids locally produced? Cladocera: the Biology of Model Organisms, Postojna, Slovenia, August 08, 1996 - August 15, 1996. Proceedings of the Fourth International Symposium on Cladocera, pp. 127 - 133 (1998)
 
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