BIOL 111 citation tracking - Tim Brown Bio Lab Section 13...

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Tim Brown Bio Lab Section 13 Citation Tracking: 1. The journal article is a review journal article. 2. The names of the three strategies are The Competitive Strategy, The Stress-Tolerant Strategy, and The Ruderal Strategy. 3. This journal has been cited 1,961 times. 4. Pietrzak, Barbara; Bednarska, Anna; Markowska, Magdalena; Rojek, Maciej; Szymanska, Ewa; Slusarczyk, Miroslaw. 2013. Behavioural and physiological mechanisms behind extreme longevity in Daphnia. Hydrobiologia 1: 125-134 5. This article has been 0 times in literature. 6. The publication date of the oldest journal article cited in this article is 1956. 7. The publication date of the most recent journal article cited in the article is November 2 nd , 2013. 8. 52 other articles were cited in this article.
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Unformatted text preview: 9. Boersma, M., P. Spaak & L. De Meester, 1998. Predator-mediated plasticity in morphology, life history, and behavior of Daphnia: the uncoupling of responses. American Naturalist 152: 237–248. 10. The authors of the journal article represented the information in their article cited pretty accurately. The article cited involves the traits of some fish, and some of the effects of predation with the fish. The introduction of the journal article uses this information in trying to explain how predation of fish effects planktonic cladocrean species life cycles. It uses the information to say that the fish may be the reason for the short life cycles. 12. The article I found is an empirical study....
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