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  1. Ciliate biogeography in Antarctic and Arctic freshwater ecosystems: endemism or global distribution of species?
PETZ, W.; VALBONESI, A.; SCHIFTNER, U.; QUESADA, A.; Ellis-Evans, J.C.
In: FEMS Microbiology Ecology - 59, No. 2, 396-408
PETZ, W. (Author)593.17ArticleAdd To Basket
  2. Ecology of the active soil microfauna (Protozoa, Metazoa) of Wilkes Land, East Antarctica
PETZ, W.
In: Polar Biology, 18, No. 1, 33-44
PETZ, W. (Author)591.524.21ArticleAdd To Basket
  3. Environmental characteristics and microbial plankton activity of freshwater environments of Kongsfjorden, Spitsbergen (Svalbard)
Ellis-Evans, J.C.; GALCHENKO, V.; Laybourn-Parry, J.; MYLNIKOV, A.P.; PETZ, W.
Ellis-Evans, J.C. (Author)556.551ArticleAdd To Basket
  4. An initial biological survey of the Davis Islands, Vincennes Bay, East Antarctica
MELICK, D.; Jackson, A.; PETZ, W.
In: Polar Record, 32, No. 180, 67-69
MELICK, D. (Author)574ArticleAdd To Basket
  5. Morphology and infraciliature of some soil ciliates (Protozoa, Ciliophora) from continental Antarctica, with notes on the morphogenesis of Sterkiella histriomuscorum
PETZ, W.; Foissner, W.
In: Polar Record, 33, No. 187, 307-326
PETZ, W. (Author)593.17ArticleAdd To Basket
  6. Morphology and morphogenesis of Strombidium kryalis nov. spec. (Ciliophora, Strombidiida) from Antarctic sea ice
PETZ, W.
In: Archiv fur Protistenkunde, 144, 185-195
PETZ, W. (Author)593.17ArticleAdd To Basket
  7. Southern giant petrels Macronectes giganteus starve to death while on the Antarctic continent
CREUWELS, J.C.S.; STARK, J.S.; PETZ, W.; VAN FRANEKER, J.A.
In: Marine Ornithology, 32, No. 1, 111-114
CREUWELS, J.C.S. (Author)598.421.3ArticleAdd To Basket
Reserve a copy 8. Taxonomy and ecology of the ciliate fauna (Protozoa, Ciliophora) in the endopagial and pelagial of the Weddell Sea, Antarctica (1995)
PETZ, W.; SONG, W.; WILBERT, N.
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PETZ, W. (Author)593.17Books/MonographsAdd To Basket
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