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Journal Article (8)

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    Miner, B. E.; De Meester, L.; Pfrender, M. E.; Lampert, W.; Hairston Jr, N. G.: Linking genes to communities and ecosystems: Daphnia as an ecogenomic model. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B 279 (1735), pp. 1873 - 1882 (2012)
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    Michels, E.; Audenaert, E.; Ortells, R.; De Meester, L.: Population genetic structure of three pond-inhabiting Daphnia species on a regional scale (Flanders, Belgium). Freshwater Biology 48, pp. 1825 - 1839 (2003)
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    Degans, H.; Zöllner, E.; Van der Gucht, K.; De Meester, L.; Jürgens, K.: Rapid Daphnia-mediated changes in microbial community structure: an experimental study. FEMS Microbiology Ecology 42 (1), pp. 137 - 149 (2002)
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    de Meester, L.; Weider, L. J.: Depth selection behavior, fish kairomones, and the life histories of Daphnia hyalina x galeata hybrid clones. Limnology and Oceanography 44 (5), pp. 1248 - 1258 (1999)
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    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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    De Meester, L.; Weider, L. J.; Tollrian, R.: Alternative antipredator defences and genetic polymorphism in a pelagic predator-prey system. Nature 378 (6556), pp. 483 - 485 (1995)
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    Mitchell, S. E.; De Meester, L.; Weider, L. J.; Carvalho, G. R.: No evidence for kin-preferential swarming in a Daphnia magna population coexisting with fish. Journal of Animal Ecology 64 (6), pp. 777 - 779 (1995)
 
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