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Suspended material availability and filtration–biodeposition processes performed by a native and invasive bivalve species in streams

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TN_cdi_proquest_journals_860203144

Suspended material availability and filtration–biodeposition processes performed by a native and invasive bivalve species in streams

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Suspended material availability and filtration–biodeposition processes performed by a native and invasive bivalve species in streams

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Suspended material availability and filtration–biodeposition processes performed by a native and invasive bivalve species in streams

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Dordrecht: Springer Netherlands

Journal title

Hydrobiologia, 2011, Vol.667 (1), p.191-204

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TN_cdi_proquest_journals_860203144

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English

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Dordrecht: Springer Netherlands

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Unionid mussels are among the most threatened group of freshwater organisms globally. They are known for their ability to filter food particles from flowing and standing waters. However, invasive bivalve species, such as the Asian clam (
Corbicula fluminea
) in North America, have the potential to overlap in feeding and potentially out-compet...

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Suspended material availability and filtration–biodeposition processes performed by a native and invasive bivalve species in streams

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TN_cdi_proquest_journals_860203144

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0018-8158

E-ISSN

1573-5117

DOI

10.1007/s10750-011-0640-5

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