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Journal of Limnology
<p class="BodyA">Much of our current knowledge about non-limiting dietary carbon supply for herbivorous zooplankton is based on experimental evidence and typically conducted at ~1 mg C L<sup>-1</sup> and ~20°C. Here we ask how low supply of dietary carbon affects somatic growth, reproduction, and survival of Daphnia magna and test effects of higher water temperature (+3 °C relative to ambient) and brownification (3X higher than natural water color; both predicted effects of climate change)doi:10.4081/jlimnol.2016.1450 fatcat:dfqsskvdezawpcgwapy3jqxvva