aquatic organisms

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  • Fish and other aquatic organisms are also processed into various food and non-food products.
  • Temperature can also greatly affect the ability of aquatic organisms to move through water.
  • They have reported I&E losses of millions of aquatic organisms each year.
  • They provide a crucial source of food to many large aquatic organisms, such as fish and whales.
  • Air breathing organisms do not take up chemicals in the same manner as other aquatic organisms.
  • However, more complex or more active aquatic organisms usually require a gill or gills.
  • Their diet probably included land animals that approached water for drinking or some freshwater aquatic organisms that lived in the river.
  • Larvae eat small aquatic organisms and plant material in the water using brush-style and grinding mouth parts.
  • Much of this settles very quickly and provides an important substrate for many aquatic organisms.
  • Many other aquatic organisms are thought to have once entered the watershed due to the low salinity of the water.
  • They are a main source of habitation and food for aquatic organisms as well as being an important economic income and food source for humans.
  • The substance may be hazardous to the environment, and special attention should be given to aquatic organisms.
  • Their diet probably included land animals that approached water for drinking, or freshwater aquatic organisms that lived in the river.
  • In the food chain important to humans, bioaccumulation takes place, specifically in aquatic organisms.
  • Some eryopoids became better adapted toward life in water, and shifted their diets toward aquatic organisms.
  • They also tend to feed on small aquatic organisms such as shrimp.
  • These plants are a significant source of food for many aquatic organisms as well as trap oxygen and sediment.
  • Most likely, pakicetids lived in or near bodies of freshwater and their diet can have included both land animals and aquatic organisms.
  • Aquatic organisms in these regions show distinct long-term patterns in structure and function, and are also highly sensitive to the effects of climate change.
  • It is an important food source and is considered a useful species in wastewater aquaculture when combined with other aquatic organisms.
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