Zooplankton: sensory ecology and physiology

Edited by P.H. Lenz, D.K. Hartline, J.E.Purcell and D.L. Macmillan*

Gordon and Breach Publishers, Amsterdam, 1996. 590 pp; ISBN: 90-5699-022-5
Introduction....................................................ix

General

T. H. BULLOCK (REVIEW).............................................1 Neuroethology of zooplankton W. M. HAMNER (REVIEW).............................................17 Predation, cover, and convergent evolution in epipelagic oceans (MFBP 26:71-90) R. K. ZIMMER-FAUST, M. N. TAMBURRI and A.W. DECHO.................37 Chemosensory ecology of oyster larvae: benthic-pelagic coupling A. N. POPPER (REVIEW).............................................51 The teleost octavolateralis system: structure and function (MFBP 27:95-110) H. BLECKMANN, I. MOGDANS and A. FLECK ............................67 Integration of hydrodynamic information in the hindbrain of fishes (MFBP 27: 77-94) D. MELLON Jr. (REVIEW)............................................85 Dynamic response properties of broad spectrum olfactory interneurons in the crayfish midbrain (MFBP 27:111-126) M. A. R. KOEHL...................................................101 Small-scale fluid dynamics of olfactory antennae

(MFBP 27:127-142) T. BRElTHAUPTand J. AYERS........................................117 Visualization and quantitative analysis of biological flow fields using suspended particles

Micronekton

B. U. BUDELMANN (REVIEW).........................................131 Active marine predators: the sensory world of cephalopods (MFBP 27:59-76) D.-E. NILSSON (REVIEW)...........................................149 Eye design, vision and invisibility in planktonic invertebrates M. I. LATZ.......................................................163 Physiological mechanisms in the control of bioluminescent countershading in a midwater shrimp (MFBP 26:207-218) M. OMORI, M. I. LATZ, H. FUKAMI and M.WADA.......................175 New observations on the bioluminescence of the pelagic shrimp, Sergia lucens (Hansen, 1922) T. M. FRANK and E. A. WIDDER.....................................185 U.V. light in the deep sea: in situ measurements of downwelling irradiance in relation to the visual threshold sensitivity of UV-sensitive crustaceans (MFBP 27: 189-198) E. R. LOEW, R A. McALARY and W N. McFARLAND......................195 Ultraviolet visual sensitivity in the larvae of two species of marine atherinid fishes

Meroplankton and Rotifers

T.W. CRONIN, N. J. MARSHALL, R. L. CALDWELL and D. PALES.........211 Compound eyes and ocular pigments of crustacean larvae (Stomatopoda and Decapoda, Brachyura) (MFBP 26: 219-232) R.B. FORWARD Jr., R.A. TANKERSLEY, M.C. DeVRlES and D. RITTSCHOF.225 Sensory physiology and behaviour of blue crab (Callinecte sapidus) postlarvae during horizontal transport (MFBP 26: 233-248) M. S. LAVERACK, D. L. MacMILLAN and S. L. SANDOW.................241 Neural development in the planktonic and early benthic stages of the palinurid lobster Jasus edwardsii P. L. STARKWEATHER...............................................255 Sensory potential and feeding in rotifers: structural and behavioral aspects of diet selection in ciliated zooplankton T. W. SNELL and R. RICO-MARTINEZ.................................267 Characteristics of mate-recognition pheromone in Brachionus plicatilis (Rotifera) (MFBP 27: 143-152)

Copepods

D. J. LONSDALE, T.W. SNELL and M. A. FREY........................277 Lectin binding to surface glycoproteins on Coullana spp. (Copepoda: Harpacticoida) can inhibit mate guarding (MFBP 27:153-162) J.W. AMBLER, S.A. BROADWATER, E.J. BUSKEY and J.0. PETERSON......287 Mating behaviour of Dioithona oculata in swarms E. J. BUSKEY, J.0. PETERSON and J.W AMBLER.......................301 The role of photoreception in the swarming behavior of the copepod Dioithona oculata (MFBP 26: 273-286) N. M. BUTLER ....................................................315 Effects of sediment loading on food perception and ingestion by freshwater copepods (MFBP 26: 287-294) D. M. FIELDS and J. YEN..........................................323 The escape behavior of Pleuromamma xiphias in response to a quantifiable fluid mechanical disturbance D. K. HARTLINE, P. H. LENZ and C. M. HERREN......................341 Physiological and behavioral studies of escape responses in calanoid copepods (MFBP 27: 199-212) P. H. LENZ, T. M. WEATHERBY, W. WEBER and K. K. WONG.............355 Sensory specialization along the first antenna of a calanoid copepod, Pleuromamma xiphias (Crustacea) (MFBP 27: 213-221)

Cladocerans

S. I. DODSON (REVIEW)............................................365 Optimal swimming behavior of zooplankton P. LARSSON and 0. T. KLEIVEN.....................................375 Food search and swimming speed in Daphnia J. RINGELBERG and E. van GOOL....................................389 Migrating Daphnia have a memory for fish kairomones (MFBP 26: 249-258) E. van GOOL and J. RINGELBERG....................................399 Swimming of Daphnia galeata x hyalina in response to changing light intensities: influence of food availability and predator kairomone (MFBP 26: 259-266) L. De MEESTER and J. PIJANOWSKA (REVIEW).........................407 On the trait-specificity of the response of Daphnia genotypes to the chemical presence of a predator J.E. GOKCEN and D.C. McNAUGHT....................................419 A behavioral bioassay employing Daphnia for detection of sublethal effects: response to polarized light (MFBP 26: 267-272) M. C. BREWER and J. N. COUGHLIN..................................425 Virtual plankton: a novel approach to the investigation of aquatic predator-prey interactions (MFBP 26: 91-100)

Gelatinous Zooplankton

G. 0. MACKIE (REVIEW)............................................435 Defensive strategies in planktonic coelenterates (MFBP 26: 119-130) J. E. PURCELL and P.A.V. ANDERSON................................447 Electrical responses to water-soluble components of fish mucus recorded from the cnidocytes of a fish predator, Physalia physalis (MFBP 26: 149-162) N. GRlGORlEV and A. N. SPENCER...................................461 A mechanism for fatigue of epithelial action potentials in the hydromedusa, Polyorchis penicillatus: a case of non-neuronal habituation W M. HAMNER (REVIEW).............................................475 Sensory ecology of scyphomedusae (MFBP 26: 101-118) L. J. HANSSON and K. KULTIMA.....................................493 Behavioural response of the scyphozoan jellyfish Aurelia aurita ( L.) upon contact with the predatory jellyfish Cyanea capillata (L.) (MFBP 26: 131-138) G. I. MATSUMOTO..................................................501 Observations on the anatomy and behaviour of the cubozoan Carybdea rastonii Haacke (MFBP 26: 139-148) S. E. STEWART....................................................511 Field behavior of Tripedalia cystophora (Class Cubozoa) (MFBP 27: 175-188) G. 0. MACKIE (REVIEW)............................................525 Unconventional signalling in tunicates (MFBP 26: 197-206) R. A. SATTERLIE, M. LAGRO, M. TITUS, S. JORDAN and K. ROBERTSON..535 Morphology of wing mechanoreceptors involved in the wing retraction reflex in the pteropod mollusc Clione limacina (MFBP 26: 163-174) L. P. MADIN (REVIEW).............................................547 Sensory ecology of salps (Tunicata,Thaliacea): more questions than answers (MFBP 26: 175-196) R. L. MILLER.....................................................569 Chemosensory phenomena during sexual interactions in gelatinous zooplankton (MFBP 27: 163-174) Index............................................................581
* All research papers in this collection (those not designated "REVIEW") were subjected to the standard peer-review process for publication in Marine and Freshwater Behaviour and Physiology. Those indicated by a "MFBP" citation appeared previously in vols. 26 nos. 2-4 (1995) and 27 nos. 2-3 (1996) of that journal and are reprinted in this collection. Papers without a citation appear here for the first time.

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