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Food Quantity and Quality Interactions at Phytoplankton–Zooplankton Interface: Chemical and Reproductive Responses in a Calanoid Copepod
Frontiers in Marine Science
Marine food webs form the major component of the biological pump and play a central role in the global carbon (C) cycle. Understanding the response of particular processes in marine food webs to changing environments is a prerequisite to predict changes in ecological functioning in the future ocean. Here, we experimentally assessed the effects of nitrogen:phosphorus (N:P) supply ratios (the molar ratios 10:1, 24:1, and 63:1) on elemental and biochemical quality of marine phytoplanktondoi:10.3389/fmars.2020.00274 fatcat:vzhuwgs5pjcdhnuihsnd76ik7m