Items where Author is "Fontaneto, Diego"

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Eckert, Ester M. and Anicic, Nikoleta and Fontaneto, Diego (2021) Freshwater zooplankton microbiome composition is highly flexible and strongly influenced by the environment. Molecular Ecology.

Martinez, Alejandro and Anicic, Nikoleta and Calvaruso, Salvatore and Sanchez, Nuria and Puppieni, Laura and Sforzi, Tommaso and Zaupa, Silvia and Alvarez, Fernando and Brankovits, David and Gasiorowski, Ludwik and Gerovasileiou, Vasilis and Gonzalez, Brett C. and Humphreys, William H. and Iliffe, Thomas M. and Worsaae, Katrine and Bailly, Nicolas and Fontaneto, Diego (2018) A new insight into the Stygofauna Mundi: assembling a global dataset for aquatic fauna in subterranean environments. In: ARPHA Conference Abstracts 1.

Martínez, Alejandro and Anicic, Nikoleta and Calvaruso, Salvatore and Sanchez, Nuria and Puppieni, Laura and Sforzi, Tommaso and Zaupa, Silvia and Setubal, Rayanne and Calderon, Fernando and Alvarez, Fernando and Brankovits, David and Gasiorowski, Ludwik and Gerovasileiou, Vasilis and Gonzalez, Brett C. and Humphreys, William F. and Petrunina, Alexandra and Majdi, Nabil and Iliffe, Thomas M. and Worsaae, Katrine and Bailly, Nicolas and Fontaneto, Diego (2018) A NEW LOOK TO STYGOFAUNA MUNDI: DATASET FOR AQUATIC FAUNA IN SUBTERRANEAN ENVIRONMENTS USEFUL TO UNDERSTAND DIVERSITY IN ANCHIALINE ECOSYSTEMS. In: UNSPECIFIED.

Fontaneto, Diego and Eckert, Ester M. and Anicic, Nikoleta and Lara, Enrique and Mitchell, Edward A. D. (2018) We are ready for faunistic surveys of bdelloid rotifers through DNA barcoding: the example of Sphagnum bogs of the Swiss Jura Mountain. Limnetica, 38 (1). pp. 213-225.

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