Piotr Maszczyk
Piotr Maszczyk
Phd, University of Warsaw, Faculty of Biology, Department of Hydrobiology
Bestätigte E-Mail-Adresse bei uw.edu.pl
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Daphnia growth is hindered by chemical information on predation risk at high but not at low food levels
ZM Gliwicz, P Maszczyk
Oecologia 150 (4), 706-715, 2007
Low-density anti-predation refuge in Daphnia and Chaoborus?
ZM Gliwicz, P Dawidowicz, P Maszczyk
Archiv für Hydrobiologie 167 (1-2), 101-114, 2006
Threat or treat: the role of fish exudates in the growth and life history of Daphnia
P Maszczyk, M Bartosiewicz
Ecosphere 3 (10), 1-19, 2012
Selectivity by planktivorous fish at different prey densities, heterogeneities, and spatial scales
P Maszczyk, ZM Gliwicz
Limnology and Oceanography 59 (1), 68-78, 2014
Patch exploitation by planktivorous fish and the concept of aggregation as an antipredation defense in zooplankton
ZM Gliwicz, P Maszczyk, J Jabłonski, D Wrzosek
Limnology and Oceanography 58 (5), 1621-1639, 2013
Brood space limitation of reproduction may explain growth after maturity in differently sized Daphnia species
M Bartosiewicz, J Jabłoński, J Kozłowski, P Maszczyk
Journal of Plankton Research 37 (2), 417-428, 2015
Enhanced growth at low population density in Daphnia: the absence of crowding effects or relief from visual predation?
ZM Gliwicz, P Maszczyk, W Uszko
Freshwater Biology 57 (6), 1166-1179, 2012
Heterogeneity in prey distribution allows for higher food intake in planktivorous fish, particularly when hot
ZM Gliwicz, P Maszczyk
Oecologia 180 (2), 383-399, 2016
The combined effects of hypoxia and fish kairomones on several physiological and life history traits of Daphnia
W Wilczynski, P Dynak, E Babkiewicz, P Bernatowicz, K Leniowski, ...
Freshwater Biology 64 (12), 2204-2220, 2019
The reaction distance of a planktivorous fish (Scardinius erythrophthalmus) and the evasiveness of its prey (Daphnia pulex × pulicaria) under different artificial …
J Tałanda, P Maszczyk, E Babkiewicz
Limnology 19 (3), 311-319, 2018
Ideal free distribution of Daphnia under predation risk—model predictions and experimental verification
P Maszczyk, E Babkiewicz, M Czarnocka-Cieciura, ZM Gliwicz, ...
Journal of plankton research 40 (4), 471-485, 2018
Body size, maturation size, and growth rate of crustaceans
P Maszczyk, T Brzezinski
The Natural History of the Crustacea: Life Histories 5, 35-72, 2018
Design, in silico modelling and functionality theory of folate-receptor-targeted myricetin-loaded bovine serum albumin nanoparticle formulation for cancer treatment
S Kunjiappan, S Govindaraj, P Parasuraman, M Sankaranarayanan, ...
Nanotechnology 31 (15), 155102, 2020
Brine shrimp grazing and fecal production increase sedimentation to the deep brine layer (monimolimnion) of Great Salt Lake, Utah
P Maszczyk, WA Wurtsbaugh
Hydrobiologia 802, 7-22, 2017
Interference competition in a planktivorous fish (Rutilus rutilus) at different prey densities and temperatures
P Maszczyk, M Bartosiewicz, JE Jurkowski, T Wyszomirski
Limnology, 1-8, 2014
Effect of Phragmites australis on soil processes in horizontal subsurface flow constructed wetlands.
T Ozimek, P Maszczyk
Proc. International Conference on Wetland Systems for Water Pollution …, 2006
Combined effects of elevated epilimnetic temperature and metalimnetic hypoxia on the predation rate of planktivorous fish
P Maszczyk, E Babkiewicz, K Ciszewski, K Dabrowski, P Dynak, ...
Journal of plankton research 41 (5), 709-722, 2019
The reaction distance of a planktivorous fish (Scardinius erythrophthalmus) and the evasiveness of its prey (Daphnia pulex x pulicaria) under different artificial light spectra
J Taanda, P Maszczyk, E Babkiewicz
Limnology 19 (3), 311-319, 2018
Miniature plankton columns to study the depth distribution of zooplankton at gradients of food, predation risk, temperature, and UV radiation
P Maszczyk
Limnology and Oceanography: Methods, 2016
Koncepcja rozmieszczenia idealnie swobodnego: czy tylko zasoby?
P Maszczyk
Wiadomości Ekologiczne 54 (3), 113-141, 2008
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