Michael T. Arts, Emeritus Professor of Biology
Michael T. Arts, Emeritus Professor of Biology
Ryerson University - Department of Chemistry and Biology
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"Essential fatty acids" in aquatic ecosystems: a crucial link between diet and human health and evolution
MT Arts, RG Ackman, BJ Holub
Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 58 (1), 122-137, 2001
6332001
Essential fatty acids in the planktonic food web and their ecological role for higher trophic levels
M Kainz, MT Arts, A Mazumder
Limnology and Oceanography 49 (5), 1784-1793, 2004
3152004
Lipids in Aquatic Ecosystems
MT Arts, MT Brett, MJ Kainz
Springer, New York, 2009
2862009
Health and condition in fish: the influence of lipids on membrane competency and immune response
MT Arts, CC Kohler
Lipids in Aquatic Ecosystems, 237-256, 2009
2282009
Preliminary estimates of the export of omega-3 highly unsaturated fatty acids (EPA+ DHA) from aquatic to terrestrial ecosystems
MI Gladyshev, MT Arts, NN Sushchik
Lipids in Aquatic Ecosystems, 179-210, 2009
1782009
The attenuation of ultraviolet radiation in high dissolved organic carbon waters of wetlands and lakes on the northern Great Plains
MT Arts, RD Robarts, F Kasai, MJ Waiser, VP Tumber, AJ Plante, H Rai, ...
Limnology and Oceanography 45 (2), 292-299, 2000
1562000
Production, distribution, and abundance of long-chain omega-3 polyunsaturated fatty acids: a fundamental dichotomy between freshwater and terrestrial ecosystems
SM Hixson, B Sharma, MJ Kainz, A Wacker, MT Arts
Environmental Reviews 23 (4), 414-424, 2015
1472015
Effect of temperature on the fatty acid composition and temporal trajectories of fatty acids in fasting Daphnia pulex (Crustacea, Cladocera)
C Schlechtriem, MT Arts, ID Zellmer
Lipids 41 (4), 397-400, 2006
1222006
Climate warming is predicted to reduce omega‐3, long‐chain, polyunsaturated fatty acid production in phytoplankton
SM Hixson, MT Arts
Global Change Biology 22 (8), 2744–2755, 2016
1112016
Forests fuel fish growth in freshwater deltas
AJ Tanentzap, EJ Szkokan-Emilson, BW Kielstra, MT Arts, ND Yan, ...
Nature Communications 5, 2014
1092014
Global change effects on the long‐term feeding ecology and contaminant exposures of East Greenland polar bears
MA McKinney, SJ Iverson, AT Fisk, C Sonne, FF Rigét, RJ Letcher, ...
Global Change Biology 19 (8), 2360-2372, 2013
1072013
Restoring piscivorous fish populations in the Laurentian Great Lakes causes seabird dietary change
CE Hebert, DVC Weseloh, A Idrissi, MT Arts, R O'Gorman, OT Gorman, ...
Ecology 89 (4), 891-897, 2008
1022008
Assessing the utility of C: N ratios for predicting lipid content in fishes
KA Fagan, MA Koops, MT Arts, MM Power
Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 68 (2), 374-385, 2011
972011
Lipids in Freshwater Ecosystems
MT Arts, BC Wainman
Springer Science & Business Media, 1999
97*1999
Use of water clarity to monitor the effects of climate change and other stressors on oligotrophic lakes
JM Gunn, ED Snucins, ND Yan, MT Arts
Environmental Monitoring and Assessment 67 (1), 69-88, 2001
962001
Effects of enhanced ultraviolet-B radiation on the production of lipid, polysaccharide and protein in three freshwater algal species
MT Arts, H Rai
Freshwater Biology 38, 597-610, 1997
821997
Spectral gradients of downwelling light in a fluvial lake (Lake Saint-Pierre, St-Lawrence River)
JJ Frenette, MT Arts, J Morin
Aquatic Ecology 37 (1), 77-85, 2003
812003
Ecological tracers can quantify food web structure and change
CE Hebert, MT Arts, DVC Weseloh
Environmental Science & Technology 40 (18), 5618-5623, 2006
762006
A fundamental dichotomy in long-chain polyunsaturated fatty acid abundance between and within marine and terrestrial ecosystems
SM Colombo, A Wacker, CC Parrish, MJ Kainz, MT Arts
Environmental Reviews 25 (2), 163-174, 2017
682017
Food web structure of a coastal Arctic marine ecosystem and implications for stability
BC McMeans, N Rooney, MT Arts, AT Fisk
Marine Ecology Progress Series 482, 17-28, 2013
682013
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