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Why Does the Cleaner of Lake Baikal Need Dental Crowns?

... water per day, thereby participating in the cleansing of Lake Baikal. However, there is also research interest in this aquatic invertebrate itself: its biology and ecology still keep a lot of secrets—from its strong silicon teeth to speciation Epischura baicalensis is a planktonic organism (from the Greek planktos , which means “wandering” or “drifting”) inhabiting the water column of Lake Baikal. Like most planktonic organisms, it has a relatively small size (about 1.5 mm) and is ...

Modified: 05.09.2016
zooplankton , Copepoda , Epischura , samples of plankton , research methods , Lake Baikal
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