Alexander Wacker
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POLYUNSATURATED FATTY ACIDS: EVIDENCE FOR NON‐SUBSTITUTABLE BIOCHEMICAL RESOURCES IN DAPHNIA GALEATA
A Wacker, E von Elert
Ecology 82 (9), 2507-2520, 2001
2132001
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
1552015
Life history consequences of sterol availability in the aquatic keystone species Daphnia
D Martin-Creuzburg, A Wacker, E Von Elert
Oecologia 144 (3), 362-372, 2005
1292005
Allocation of essential lipids in Daphnia magna during exposure to poor food quality
A Wacker, D MARTIN‐CREUZBURG
Functional Ecology 21 (4), 738-747, 2007
1282007
Colimitation of a freshwater herbivore by sterols and polyunsaturated fatty acids
D Martin-Creuzburg, E Sperfeld, A Wacker
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 276 (1663), 1805-1814, 2009
1102009
Food quality effects of unsaturated fatty acids on larvae of the zebra mussel Dreissena polymorpha
A Wacker, P Becher, E von Elert
Limnology and Oceanography 47 (4), 1242-1248, 2002
862002
Multiple resource limitation theory applied to herbivorous consumers: Liebig’s minimum rule vs. interactive co‐limitation
E Sperfeld, D Martin‐Creuzburg, A Wacker
Ecology Letters 15 (2), 142-150, 2012
812012
Food quality controls reproduction of the zebra mussel (Dreissena polymorpha)
A Wacker, E Von Elert
Oecologia 135 (3), 332-338, 2003
732003
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
722017
Interactions between limiting nutrients: Consequences for somatic and population growth of Daphnia magna
D Martin-Creuzburg, A Wacker, T Basena
Limnology and Oceanography 55 (6), 2597-2607, 2010
722010
Species‐specific variation in fatty acid concentrations of four phytoplankton species: does phosphorus supply influence the effect of light intensity or temperature? 1
M Piepho, MT Arts, A Wacker
Journal of Phycology 48 (1), 64-73, 2012
682012
Nutritional indicators and their uses in ecology
ND Wagner, H Hillebrand, A Wacker, PC Frost
Ecology Letters 16 (4), 535-544, 2013
582013
Bridging factorial and gradient concepts of resource co‐limitation: towards a general framework applied to consumers
E Sperfeld, D Raubenheimer, A Wacker
Ecology letters 19 (2), 201-215, 2016
562016
Simultaneous effects of light intensity and phosphorus supply on the sterol content of phytoplankton
M Piepho, D Martin-Creuzburg, A Wacker
PloS one 5 (12), e15828, 2010
542010
Dietary lipid quality affects temperature-mediated reaction norms of a freshwater key herbivore
D Martin-Creuzburg, A Wacker, C Ziese, MJ Kainz
Oecologia 168 (4), 901-912, 2012
512012
Elemental and fatty acid composition of snow algae in Arctic habitats
E Spijkerman, A Wacker, G Weithoff, T Leya
Frontiers in microbiology 3, 380, 2012
502012
Strong influences of larval diet history on subsequent post–settlement growth in the freshwater mollusc Dreissena polymorpha
A Wacker, E Elert
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B: Biological Sciences …, 2002
492002
Food quality controls egg quality of the zebra mussel Dreissena polymorpha: The role of fatty acids
A Wacker, E Von Elert
Limnology and Oceanography 49 (5), 1794-1801, 2004
482004
Temperature affects the limitation of Daphnia magna by eicosapentaenoic acid, and the fatty acid composition of body tissue and eggs
E Sperfeld, A Wacker
Freshwater Biology 57 (3), 497-508, 2012
452012
Interactions between P-limitation and different C conditions on the fatty acid composition of an extremophile microalga
E Spijkerman, A Wacker
Extremophiles 15 (5), 597, 2011
452011
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