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Methods in Aquatic Algology/Phycology/Botany

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Methods in Aquatic Algology/Phycology/Botany
Andrefouet, S.; Payri, C.; Hochberg, E.J.; Hu, C.; Atkinson, M.J.; Muller-Karger, F.E. 2004. Use of in situ and airborne reflectance for scaling up spectral discrimination of coral reef macroalgae from species to communities. Mar. Ecol. Prog. Ser. 283: 161-177.

Berg, R.H. 2004. Evaluation of spectral imaging for plant cell analysis. J. Microsc. 214: 174-181.

Bhattacharya, D.; Medlin, L.K. 2004. Dating algal origin using molecular methods. Protist 155: 9-10.

Blanchard, G.F.; Guarini, J.M.; Dang, C.; Richard, P. 2004. Characterizing and quantifying photoinhibition in intertidal microphytobenthos. J. Phycol. 40: 692-696.

Bobadilla, M.; Santelices, B. 2004. A new technique for simultaneous collection of macroalgae in the water column. J. Exper. Mar. Biol. Ecol. 298: 125-131.

Bodemer, U. 2004. Variability of phycobiliproteins in cyanobacteria detected by delayed fluorescence excitation spectroscopy and its relevance for determination of phytoplankton composition of natural water samples. J Plankton Res. 26: 1147-1162.

Bornet, B.; Antoine, E. Bardouil, M. Marcaillou-Le Baut, C. 2004. ISSR as new markers for genetic characterization and evaluation of relationships among phytoplankton. J. Appl. Phycol. 16: 285-290.

Buck, B. H.; Buchholz, C.M. 2004. The offshore-ring: A new system design for the open ocean aquaculture of macroalgae. J. Appl. Phycol. 16: 355-368.

Carrere, V.; Spilmont, N.; Davoult, D. 2004. Comparison of simple techniques for estimating chlorophyll a concentration in the intertidal zone using high spectral-resolution field spectrometer data. Mar. Ecol. Prog. Ser. 274: 31-40.

Cho, E.S.; Costas, E. 2004. Rapid monitoring for the potentially ichthyotoxic dinoflagellate Cochlodinium polykrikoides in Korean coastal waters using fluorescence probe tools. J Plankton Res. 26: 175-180.

Claustre, H.; Hooker, S.B.; Van Heukelem, L.; Berthon, J.F.; et al. 2004. An intercomparison of HPLC phytoplankton pigment methods using in situ samples: application to remote sensing and database activities. Mar. Chem. 85: 41-61.

Creed, I..F. 2004. A comparison of techniques for measuring density and concentration of carbon and nitrogen in coarse woody debris at different stages of decay. Can. J. For. Res. 34: 744- 753.

DiTomaso, J.M.; Healy, E.A. Aquatic and riparian weeds of the west. University of California. ISBN 1-879906-58-7. 442 pp.

Duckett, J.G.; Burch, J.; Fletcher, P.W.; Matcham, H.W.; Read, D.J.; Russell, A.J.; Pressel, S. 2004. In vitro cultivation of byrophytes: a review of practicalities, problems, progress, and promise. J. Bryol. 26: 3-20.

Elliot, J.A.; Thackeray, S.J. 2004. The simulation of phytoplankton in shallow and deep lakes using PROTECH. Ecol. Model. 178: 357-369.

Fawley, M.W.; Fawley, K.P. 2004. A simple and rapid technique for the isolation of DNA from microalgae. J. Phycol. 40: 223-225.

Gillon, D.; Dauriac, F.; Deshayes, M.; Valette, J.C.; Moro, C. 2004. Estimation of foliage moisture content using near infrared reflectance spectroscopy. Agricul. Forest Meteor. 124: 51-62.

Havskum, H.; Schluter, L.; Scharek, R.; Berdalet, E.; Jacquet, S. 2004. Routine quantification of phytoplankton groups - microscopy or pigment analyses? Mar. Ecol. Prog. Ser. 273: 31-42.

Holland, D.; Roberts, S.; Beardall, J. 2004. Assessment of the nutrient status of phytoplankton: a comparison between conventional bioassays and nutrient-induced fluorescence transients (NIFTs). Ecol. Indicators 4: 149-159.

Hopkinson, C.; Chasmer, L.; Young-Pow, C.; Treitz, P. 2004. Assessing forest metrics with a ground-based scanning lidar. Can. J. For. Res. 34: 573-583.

Hu, Z.; Zeng, X. Wang, A.; Shi, C.; Duan, D. 2004. An efficient method for DNA isolation from red algae. J. Appl. Phycol. 16: 161-166.

Hyer, E. J.; Goetz, S. J. 2004. Comparison and sensitivity analysis of instruments and radiometric methods for LAI estimation: assessments from a boreal forest site. Agricul. Forest Meteor. 122:157-174.

Jonckheere, I.; Fleck, S.; Nackaerts, K.; Muys, B.; Coppin, P.;Weiss, M.; Baret, F. 2004. Review of methods for in situ leaf area index determination-Part I. Theories, sensors and hemispherical photography. Agricul. Forest Meteor. 121: 19-35.

Karunaratne, S.; Asaeda, T.; Toyooka, S. 2004. Colur-based estimation of rhizome age in Phragmites australis. Wet. Ecol. Managem. 12: 353-363.

Kockenberger, W.; De Panfilis, C.; Santoro, D.; Dahiya, P.; Rawsthorne, S. 2004. High resolution NMR microscopy for plants and fungi. J. Microsc. 214: 182-189.

Kovacs, J.M.; Flores-Verdugo, F.; Wang, J.; Aspden, L.P. 2004. Estimating leaf area index of a degraded mangrove forest using high spatial resolution satellite data. Aquat. Bot. 60: 13-22.

Kraberg, A.C.; Montagnes, D.J.S. 2004. Use of online resources in the taxonomy and ecology of harmful phytoplankton. Phycol. Res. 52: 414-418.

Kuster, T. 2004. Quantitative detection of chlorophyll in cyanobacterial blooms by satellite remote sensing. Limnol. Oceanog. 49: 2179-2189.

Lewis, J.M. 2004. Identifying harmful marine dinoflagellates. J. Appl. Phycol. 16: 79-79.

Moya, I.; Camenen, L.; Evain, S.; Goulas, Y.; Cerovic, Z.G.; Latouche, G.; Flexas, J.; Ounis, A. 2004. A new instrument for passive remote sensing 1: Measurements of sunlight-induced chlorophyll fluorescence. Remote Sens. Environ. 91: 186-197.

Murphy, R.J.; Tolhurst, T.J.; Chapman, M.G.; Underwood, A.J. 2004. Estimation of surface chlorophyll on an exposed mudflat using digital colour-infrared (CIR) photography. Coast. Shelf Sci. 59: 625-638.

Nakamura, Y.; Satoh, H.; Okabe, S.; Watanabe, Y. 2004. Photosynthesis in sediments determined at high spatial resolution by the use of microelectrodes. Wat. Res. 38: 2440-2448.

Pel, R.; Floris, V.; Hoogveld, H. 2004. Analysis of planktonic community structure and trophic interactions using refined isotopic signatures determined by combining fluorescence- activated cell sorting and isotope-ratio mass spectrometery. Fresh. Biol. 49: 546-554.

Pilkaityte, R.; Schoor, A.; Schubert, H. 2004. Response of phytoplankton communities to salinity changes - a mesocosm approach. Hydrobiol. 513: 27-38

Racca, J.M.; Gregory-Eaves, I.; Pienitz, R.; Prairie, Y.T. 2004. Tailoring palaeolimnological diatom- based transfer functions. Can. J. Fish. Aquat. Sci. 61: 2440-2454.

Readman, J.W.; Devilla, R.A.; Tarran, G.; Llewellyn, C.A.; Fileman, T.W.; Easton, A.; Burkill, P.H.; et al. 2004. flow cytometry and pigment analysis as tools to investigate the toxicity of herbicides to natural phytoplankton communities. Mar. Environ. Res. 58: 353-358.

Richardson, T.L.; Pinckney, J.L. 2004. Monitoring of the toxic dinoflagellate Karenia brevis using gyroxanthin-based detection methods. J. Appl. Phycol. 16: 315-328.

Richmond, A. 2004. Principles for attaining maximal microalgal productivity in photobioreactors: an overview. Hydrobiol. 512: 33-37.

Sathyendranath, S.; Watts, L.; Devred, E.; Platt, T.; Caverhill, C.; Maass, H. 2004. Discrimination of diatoms from other phytoplankton using ocean-colour data. Mar. Ecol. Prog. Ser. 272: 59- 68.

Shimiszu, Y.; Kitade, Y.; Saga, N. 2004. A nonradioactive whole mount in situ hydridization protocol for Porphyra (Rhodophyta) gametophytic germlings. J. Appl. Phycol. 16: 329- 333.

Silva, J.; Santos, R. 2004. Can chlorophyll fluorescence be used to estimate photosynthetic production in the seagrass Zostera noltii? J. Exper. Mar. Biol. Ecol. 307: 207-216.

Smyth, T.J.; Pemberton, K.L.; Aiken, J.; Geider, R.J. 2004. A methodology to determine primary production and phytoplankton photosynthetic parameters from fast repetition rate fluorometry. J Plankton Res. 26: 1337-1350.

St.-Onge, B.; Jumelet, J.; Cobello, M.; Vega, C. 2004. Measuring individual tree height using a combination of stereophotogrammetry and lidar. Can. J. For. Res. 34: 2122-2130.

Tanaka, T.; Park, Hotaek; H., Shigeaki. 2004. Measurement of forest canopy structure by a laser plane range-finding method: Improvement of radiative resolution and examples of its application. Agricul. Forest Meteor. 125: 129-142.

Verleyen, E.; Hodgson, D.A.; Leavitt, P.R.; Sabbe, K.; Vyverman, W. 2004. Quantifying habitat- specific diatom production: A critical assessment using morphological and biogeochemical markers in Antarctic marine and lake sediments. Limnol. Oceanog. 49: 1528-1539.

Waaland, J.R.; Stiller, J.W.; Cheney, D.P. 2004. Macroalgal candidates for genomics. J. Phycol.40: 26-33.

Weiss, M.; Baret, F.; Smith, G.J.; Jonckheere, I.; Coppin, P. 2004. Review of methods for in situ leaf area index (LAI) determination-Part II. Estimation of LAI, errors and sampling. Agricul. Forest Meteor. 121: 37-53.

Yoshikawa, T.; Furuya, K. 2004. Long-term monitoring of primary production in coastal waters by an improved natural fluorescence method. Mar. Ecol. Prog. Ser. 273: 17-30.

Zimin, H.; Zeng, Z.; Wang, A.; Cuijuan, S.; Delin, D. 2004. An efficient method for DNA extraction from red algae. J. Appl. Phycol. 16: 161-166.
Methods in Fish/Fisheries Biology
Amman, A.J. 2004. SMURFS: standard monitoring units for the recruitment of temperate reef fishes. J. Exper. Mar. Biol. Ecol. 299: 135-154.

Arlinghaus, R.; Mehner, T. 2004. Testing the reliability and construct validity of a simple and inexpensive procedure to measure the use value of recreational fishing. Fish. Manag. Ecol. 11: 61-64.

Barreto, R.E.; Volpato, G.L. 2004. Caution for using ventilatory frequency as an indicator of stress in fish. Behav. Proc. 66: 43-51.

Bashey, F. 2004. A comparison of the suitability of Alizarin red S and calcein for inducing a nonlethally detectable mark in juvenile guppies. Trans. Am. Fish. Soc. 133: 1516-1523.

Blomqvist, C.; Amundin, M. 2004. An acoustic tag for recording directional pulsed ultrasounds aimed at free-swimming bottlenose dolphis Tursiops truncatus by conspecifics. Aqaut. Ma. 30: 345-356.

Bolding, B.; Bonar, S.; Divens, M. 2004. Use of artificial structure to enhance angler benefits in lakes, ponds, and reservoirs: A literature review. Rev. Fish. Sci. 12: 75-96.

Booker, D.J.; Dunbar, M.J.; Ibbotson, A. 2004. Predicting juvenile salmonid drift-feeding habitat quality using a three-dimensional hydraulic-bioenergetic model. Ecol. Model. 177: 17-39.

Brind’Amour, A.; Boisclair, D. 2004. Comparison between two sampling methods to evaluate the structure of fish communities in the littoral zone of a Laurentian lake. J. Fish Biol. 65: 1372- 1384.

Brothers, E.; Thresher, R. 2004. Statolith chemical analysis as a means of identifying stream origins of lampreys in Lake Huron. Trans. Am. Fish. Soc. 133: 1107-1116.

Butler, R.; Nowak, B.F. 2004. A dual enzyme method for the establishment of long-and medium- term primary cultures of epithelial and fibroblastic cells from Atlantic salmon gills. J. Fish Biol. 65: 1108-1125.

Carls, M.G.; Thedinga, J.F. 2004. Observer classification of live, mechanically damaged, and dead pink salmon eggs. Trans. Am. Fish. Soc. 133: 245-251.

Cotter, A.J.R.; Burt, L.; Paxton, C.G.M.; Fernandez, C.; Buckland, S.T.; Pan, J-X. 2004. Are stock assessment methods too complicated? Fish and Fisher. 5: 235-254.

Cvitano, J.D. 2004. Development of a direct microscopic counting method for kidney smears to estimate total numbers of micro-organisms in fish kidney tissues. J. Fish Dis. 27: 241-244.

Dempster, T.; Taquet, M. 2004. Fish aggregation device (FAD) research: gaps in current knowledge and future directions for ecological studies. Rev. Fish Biol. Fish. 14: 21-42.

Dosey, L.G. 2004. Retention of coded wire tags by age-0 muskellunge. J. Fresh. Ecol. 333-338.

Dulvy, N.K.; Ellis, J.R.; Goodwin, N.B.; Grant, A.; Reynolds, J.D.; Jennings, S. 2004. Methods of assessing extinction risk in marine fishes. Fish and Fisher. 5: 255-276.

Edgar, G.J.; Barrett, N.S.; Morton, A.J. 2004. Biases associated with the use of underwater visual census techniques to quantify the density and size-structure of fish populations. J. Exper. Mar. Biol. Ecol. 308: 269-290.

Ellis, T.; James, J.D.; Stewart, C.; Scott, A.P. 2004. A non-invasive stress assay upon measurement of free cortisol released into the water by rainbow trout. J. Fish Biol. 65: 1233-1252.

Eric, E.M.; Burky, A.J.; Way, C.M. 2004. The use of modified breder traps to quantitatively study amphidromous upstream migration. Hydrobiol. 527: 139-151.

Fielding, S.; Griffiths, G.; Roe, H.S.J. 2004. The biological validation of ADCP acoustic backscatter through direct comparison with net samples and model predictions based on acoustic- scattering models. ICES J. Mar. Sci. 61: 184-200.

Fukushima, T.; Matsushige, K.; Takamura, N.; Fukushima, M. 2004. Metabolic quotient measured by free-water method in six enclosures with different silver carp densities. Hydrobiol. 511: 201-213.

Gaff, H.; Chick, J.; Trexler, J.; DeAngelis, D.; Gross, L.; Salinas, R. 2005. Evaluation and insights from ALFISH: a spatially explicit, landscape-level simulation of fish populations in the Everglades. Hydrobiol. 520: 73-86.

Gauthier, S.; Horne, J.K. 2004. Potential acoustic discrimination within boreal fish assemblages. ICES J. Mar. Sci. 61: 836-845.

Girard, C.; Benhamou, S.; Dagorn, L. 2004. FAD: Fish aggregating device or fish attracting device? A new analysis of yellowfin tuna movements around floating objects. Anim. Behav. 67: 319- 326.

Gonzalez, S.F.; Osorio, C.R.; Santos, Y. 2004. Evaluation of the AQUARAPID-Va, AQUAIEA-Va and dot-blot assays for the detection of Vibrio anguillarium in fish tissues. J. Fish Dis. 27: 617-621.

Grant, G.C.; Radomski, P.; Anderson, C.S. 2004. Using underwater video to directly estimate gear selectivity: the retention probability for walleye (Sander vitreus) in gill nets. Can. J. Fish. Aquat. Sci. 61: 168-174.

Gudmundsson, G. 2004. Time-series analysis of abundance indices of young fish. ICES J. Mar. Sci. 61: 176-183.

Guillard, J.; Lebourges-Dhaussy, A.; Brehmer, P. 2004. Simultaneous Sv and TS measurements of yong-of-the-year (YOY) freshwater fish using three frequencies. ICES J. Mar. Sci. 61: 868- 869.

Halden, N.M.; Mathers, K.; Babaluk, J.A.; Mejia, S.R. 2004. Cathodoluminescence microscopy: A useful tool for assessing incremental chemical variation in otoliths. Environ. Biol. Fishes 71: 53-61.

Hall, S.J.; Mainprize, B. 2004. Towards ecosystem-based fisheries management. Fish and Fisher. 5: 1-20.

Harvey, E.; Fletcher, D.; Shortis, M.R.; Kendrick, G.A. 2004. A comparison of underwater visual distance estimates made by scuba divers and a stereo-video system: implications for underwater visual census of reef fish abundance. Mar. Fresh Res. 55: 573-580.

Heffernan, O.; Righton, D.; Michalsen, K. 2004. use of data storage tags to quantify vertical movements of cod: effects on acoustic measures. ICES J. Mar. Sci. 61: 1062-1070.

Hollingworth, C. 2004. Sensory Processing in Aquatic Environments. Fish Fisher. 5:277-277.

James, J.D.; Ellis, T.; Scott, A.P. 2004. Water-based measurement of rainbow trout melatonin. J. Fish Biol. 65: 1298-1304.

Jennings, S.; Blanchard, J.L. 2004. Fish abundance with no fishing: predictions based on macroecological theory. J. Animal Ecol. 73: 632-642.

Kolkovski, S.; Curnow, J.; Justin, K. 2004. Intensive rearing system for fish larvae research 1: marine fish larval rearing system. Aquacul. Engin. 31: 295-308.

Kolkovski, S.; Curnow, J.; Justin, K. 2004. Intensive rearing system for fish larvae research II: Artemia hatching and enriching system. Aquacul. Engin. 31: 295-308.

Kolstad, K.; Vegusdal, A.; Baeverfjord, G.; Einen, O. 2004. Quantification of fat deposits and fat distribution in Atlantic halibut Hippoglossus hippoglosssus using computerised X-ray tomography (CT). Aquacul. 229: 255-264.

Larsen, D.P.; Kaufmann, P.R.; Kincaid, T.M.; Urquhart, N.S. 2004. Detecting persistent change in the habitat of salmon-bearing streams in the Pacific Northwest. Can. J. Fish. Aquat. Sci. 61: 283-291.

Laslett, G.M.; Eveson, J.P.; Polacheck, T. 2004. Fitting growth models to length frequency data. OCES J. Mar. Sci. 61: 218-230.

Lecchini, D.; Dufour, V.; Carleton, J.; Strand, S.; Galzin, R. 2004. Estimating the patch size of larval fishes during colonization on coral reefs. J. Fish Biol. 65: 1142-1146.

Liu, Z.J.; Cordes, J.F. 2004. DNA marker technologies and their applications in aquaculture genetics. Aquacul. 238: 1-37.

Mackinson, S.; freeman, S.; Flatt, R.; Meadows, B. 2004. Improved acoustic surveys that save time and money: integrating fisheries and ground-discriminating acoustic technologies. J. Exper. Mar. Biol. Ecol. 305: 129-140.

Mahevis, S.; Pelletier, D. 2004. ISIS-Fish, a generic and spatially explicit simulation tool for evaluating the impact of management on fisheries dynamics. Ecol. Model. 171: 65-84.

Mazzoli. M.; McCulloch, S.D.; Defran, R.H.; Murdoch, M.E. 2004. Use of digital photography and analysis of dorsal fins for photo-identification of bottlenose dolphins. Aquat. Mam. 30: 209- 219.

Mooney, T.A.; Nachtigall, P.E.; Au, W.W.L. 2004. Target strength of a Nylon monofilament and an acoustically enhanced gillnet: predictions of biosensor detection ranges. Aquat. Mam. 30: 220-226.

Morais, S.; Conceicao, L.E.C.; Dinis, M.T.; Ronnestad, I. 2004. A method for radiolabeling Artemia with applications in studies of food intake, digestibility, protein and amino acid metabolism in larval fish. Aquacul. 231: 469-487.

Munro, E.S.; Gahlawat, S.K.; Ellis, A.E. 2004. A sensitive non-destructive method for detecting INPV carrier in Atrlantic salmon, Salmo salar L., by culture of virus from plastic adherent blood leucocytes. J. Fish Dis. 27: 129-134.

Neori, A.; Chopin, T.; Troell, M.; Buschmann, A.H.; Kraemer, G.P.; Halling, C. 2004. Integrated aquaculture: rationale, evolution and state of the art emphasizing seaweed biofiltration in modern mariculture. Aquacul. 231: 361-391.

Neufeld, M.D.; Spence, C.R. 2004. Evaluation of a simple decompression procedure to reduce decompression trauma in trap-caught burbot. Trans. Am. Fish. Soc. 133: 1260-1263.

Parsinger, J.W.; Orth, D.J.; Newcomb, T.J. 2004. A comparison of snorkeling versus throwable anode electrofishing for evaluating stream fish habitat use. J. Fresh. Ecol. 547-558.

Paukert, C.P. 2004. Comparison of electrofishing and trammel netting variability for sampling native fishes. J. Fish Biol. 65: 1643-1652.

Penman, D.J. 2004. Aquaculture and fisheries biotechnology: Genetic approaches. J. Fish Dis. 27: 677-677.

Peterson, J.T.; Thurow, R.F.; Guzevich, J.W. 2004. An evaluation of multipass electrofishing for estimating the abundance of stream-dwelling salmonids. Trans. Am. Fish. Soc. 133: 462-475.

Pollock, K.H.; Jiang, H.; Hightower, J.E. 2004. Combining telemetry and fisheries tagging models to estimate fishing and natural mortality rates. Trans. Am. Fish. Soc. 133: 639-648.

Richter, H.; Luckstadt, C.; Focken, U.; Becker, K. 2004. Some mathematical considerations in estimating daily ration in fish using food consumption models. Ecol. Model. 171: 381-393.

Rindorf, A. Lewy, P. 2004. Bias in estimating food consumption of fish by stomach-content analysis. Can. J. Fish. Aquat. Sci. 61: 2487-2498.

Rivot, E.; Prevost, E.; Parent, E.; Bagliniere, J.L. 2004. A Bayesian state-space modelling framework for fitting a salmon stage-structured population dynamic model to multiple time series for field data. Ecol. Model. 179: 463-485.

Roberts, J.H.; Kilpatrick, J.M. 2004. Predator feeding preferences for a benthic stream fish: effects of visible injected marks. J. Fresh. Ecol. 531-538.

Salduci, M.D.; Martin, J.-F.; Pech, N.; Chappaz, R.; Costedoat, C.; Gilles, A. 2004. Deciphering the evolutionary biology of freshwater fish using multiple approaches - insights for the biological conservation of the Vairone Leiciscus souffia souffia. Conserv. Genetics 5: 63-77.

Salte, R.; Galli, A.; Falaschi, U.; Fjalestad, K.T.; Aleandri, R. 2004. A protocol for the on-site use of frozen milt from rainbow trout Oncorhynchus mykiss (Walbaum) applied to the production of progeny groups: comparing males from different populations. Aquacul. 231: 337-345.

Stone, D.M. 2004. Differential detection of ingested items evacuated from genus Gila cyprinids by two nonlethal alimentary tract lavage techniques. J. fresh. Ecol. 559-568.

Templeton, A.R. 2004. Using haplotype trees for phylogeographic and species inference in fish populations. Environ. Biol. Fishes. 69: 7-20.

Trenkel, V.M.; Lorance, P.; Mahevas, S. 2004. Do visual transects provide true population density estimates for deepwater fish? ICES J. Mar Sci. 61: 1050-1056.

Valvanis, V.D.; Georgakarakous, S.; Kapantagakis, A.; Palialexis, A. et al. 2004. A GIS environmental modelling approach to essential fish habitat designation. Ecol. Model. 178: 417-427.
Miscellaneous Techniques
Baker, A.; Ward, D.; Lieten, S.H.; Periera, R.; Simpson, E.C; Slater, M. 2004. Measurement of protein-like fluorescence in river and waste water using a handheld spectrophotometer. Wat. Res. 38: 2934-2938.

Brenden, T.O.; Murphy, B.R.; Hallerman, E.M. 2004. Estimating total error in locating radiotelemetry transmitters by homing in a riverine environment. J. Fresh. Ecol. 295-304.

Chadee, D.D. 2004. Key premises, a guide to Aedes aegypti (Diptera: Culicidae) surveillance and control. Bull. Entomol. Res. 94: 201-207.

Colautti, R.I.; MacIsaac, H.J. 2004. A neutral terminology to define ‘invasive’ species. Divers. Distrib. 10: 135-141.

DeGusta, D. 2004. A method for estimating the relative importance of characters in cladistic analyses. System. Biol. 53: 529-532.

Dimitriadis, V.K.; Papadaki, M. 2004. Field application of autometallography and X-ray microanalysis using the digestive gland of the common mussel. Ecotoxicol. Environ. Safety 59: 31-37.

Gauthier, D.; Ducroz, J.-F.; Robinson, T.; Volobouev, V. 2004. Cytogenetics and cladistics. System. Biol. 53: 470-484.

Gherardi, F.; Pieraccini, R. 2004. Using information theory to assess dynamics, structure, and organization of crayfish agonistic behavior. Behav. Proc. 65: 163-178.

Gocke, K.; Lenz, J. 2004. A new “turbulence incubator” for measuring primary production in non- stratified waters. J Plankton Res. 26: 357-369.

Halanych, K.; Siddall, M.; Smith, V.; Penny, D. 2004. Invertebrate zoology: A functional evolutionary approach. System. Biol. 53: 662-664.

Ho, S.Y.; Jermiin, L. 2004. Tracing the decay of the historical signal in biological sequence data. System. Biol. 53: 623-637.

Hughes, G.; Beaumont, A.R. 2004. A potential method for discriminating between tissue from the European lobster Homarus gamarus and the American lobster Homarus americanus. Crustaceana 77: 372-376.

Jenner, R.; Gatesy, J.; Baker, R.; Hayashi, C.; Bininda-Emonds, O. 2004. Accepting partnership by submission? Morphological phylogenetics in a molecular millenium. System. Biol. 53: 333- 342.

Jermiin, L.; Ho, S.Y.; Ababneh, F.; Robinson, J.; Lerkum, A.W. 2004. The biasing effect of compositional heterogeneity on phylogenetic estimates may be underestimated. System. Biol. 53: 638-643.

Johnson, C.E.; Barton, C. 2004. Where in the world are my field plots? Using GPS effectively in environmental field studies. Front. Ecol. Environ. 2: 475-482.

Johnson, S.N.; Read, D.B.; Gregory, P.J. 2004. Tracking larval insect movements within soil suing high resolution X-ray microtomography. Ecol. Entomol. 29: 300-308.

Jonsson, K.I. 2004. On the disparate terminological use of the concept crytobiosis. J. Fish Dis. 27: 175-176.

Karayanni, H.; Christaki, U.; Van Wambeke, F.; Dalby, A.P. 2004. Evaluation of double formalin- Lugol’s fixation in assessing number and bomass of ciliates: an example of estimations at mesoscale in the NE Atlantic. J. Micbiol. Methods 56: 23-31.

Katscher, F. 2004. The history of the terms prokaryotes and eukaryote Protist 155: 257-263.

Love, D.; Gotherstrom, A.; Ngerbjorn, A. 2004. Identifying species from pieces of faeces. Conserv. Genetics 5: 109-111.

Macneale, K.H.; Peckarsky, B.L.; Likens, G.E. 2004. Contradictory results from different methods for measuring detection of insect flight. Fresh. Biol. 49: 1260-1268.

Matarrese, A.; Mastrototaro, F.; D’onghia, G.; Majorano, P.; Tursi, A. 2004. Mapping of the benthic communities in the Taranto seas using side-scan sonar and an underwater video camera. Chem. and Ecol. 20: 377-386.

Matarrese, R.; Pasquale, V.D.; Guerriero, M.; Giuliano, L.; Mancuso, M; Yakimov, M. 2004. Comparison between remote-sensed data and in situ measurements in coastal waters: The Taranto sea case. Chem. and Ecol. 20: 225-237.

Myrick, C.A.; Folgner, D.K.; Cech, J.J. 2004. An annular chamber for aquatic animal preference studies. Trans. Am. Fish. Soc. 133: 427-433.

Occhipinti-Ambrogi, A.; Galil, B.S. 2004. A uniform terminology on bioinvasions: a chimerra or an operative tool? Mar. Pollut. Bull. 49: 688-694.

Racca, J.M.J.; Prairie, Y.T. 2004. Apparent and real bias in numerical transfer functions in palaeolimnology. J. Paleolimnol. 31: 117-124.

Rocchini, D.; Chiarucci, A.; Loiselle, S.A. 2004. Testing the spectral variation hypothesis by using satellite multispectral images. Acta Oecol. 26: 117-120.

Rosenthal, G.G.; Rand, A.S.; Ryan, M.J. 2004. The vocal sac as a visual cue in anuran communication: an experimental analysis using video playback. Anim. Behav. 68: 55-58.

Schulmeister, S. 2004. Inconsistency of maximum parsimony revisited. System. Biol. 53: 521-528.

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