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Title: The diel dynamics of ciliate community in a tide-pool.
Authors: Chien-Fu Chao;Bo-Wei Wang;Chao-Hsiung Cheng;Kuo-Ping Chiang
鄭肇雄
Contributors: NTOU:Department of Environmental Biology and Fisheries Science
國立臺灣海洋大學:環境生物與漁業科學學系
Keywords: Chien-Fu Chao;Bo-Wei Wang;Chao-Hsiung Cheng;Kuo-Ping Chiang
Date: 2013
Issue Date: 2015-05-19T06:23:51Z
Publisher: Journal of Marine Science and Technology
Abstract: We investigated the diel cycle mechanism of a tide-pool ciliate community of the northeastern coast of Taiwan. The investigation was conducted on 17th-18th June (typical summer weather), and on 23th-24th July 2013 (10 days after a typhoon). In June, the tide-pool ecosystem was an independent and the excystment of ciliates in the tide-pool caused a dramatic increase in population abundance, as well as composition change. In July, there was no significant difference between the species composition in the tide-pool and that in the surrounding coastal water. However, the abundance of ciliates in the tide-pool was lower due to the inability of ciliates to adapt to the tide-pool environment. From these results, we infer that the excystment of ciliates plays an important role in the diel cycle of the ciliate population in a tide-pool.
Relation: 21, pp.216-222
URI: http://ntour.ntou.edu.tw/handle/987654321/36534
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