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- Microscopic plants and animals which many fish feed upon early in their lives Some lake trout populations feed upon plankton for their entire lives and are said to be planktivorous. The passively floating or weakly swimming animal and plant life in either fresh or marine waters Many plankton reproduce daily, some hourly, and some every 10 minutes when the temperature is optimal , and when essential nutrients and foods are present. the aggregate of small plant and animal organisms that float or drift in great numbers in fresh or salt water.
- A term used to refer to both phytoplankton and zooplankton.
- Floating or weakly swimming aquatic plants and animals that live in the open water of lakes and rivers, and that form the base of the ocean food chain.
- The collective term for all organisms which drift passively, or are unable to move against prevailing currents The plankton includes four groups primary producers , primary consumers , secondary consumers and the decomposers See also zooplankton, nekton. various small to microscopic organisms that are carried along by the currents. plant and animal organisms, generally microscopic, that float or drift in great numbers in fresh or salt water.
- Organisms that float through the water column, not attached to any substrate and unable to move against currents.
- Microscopic plant and animal life.
- Passively floating or weakly swimming plant and animal life in either fresh or marine waters From the Greek, planktos , 'to wander or drift '.
- Aquatic organisms that drift, or swim weakly.
- Small floating or drifting life forms in water bodies Plankton includes both plants and animals that are carried passively in the water currents Those that can swim do so to change or adjust their depth in the water, not to move from place to place Plankton is one of the 3 main divisions of aquatic life The others being 'nekton' and the 'benthos'. microscopic floating plant and animal organisms of lakes, rivers, and oceans. microscopic plant life found in natural bodies of water. organisms that swim or float in water.
- Small plants and animals that are suspended in the water and either drift with the currents or swim weakly.
- Free-floating plants or animals.
- The small and microscopic organisms drifting or floating in the sea or fresh water.
- Free-swimming microscopic plants or animals that live in water; they can be larval forms of other animals such as fish or crustaceans, or adult forms of plants and animals.
- Tiny, free-floating organisms of the ocean or other aquatic systems They may be phytoplankton or zooplankton. 1) Small, usually microscopic, plants and animals in aquatic systems 2) All of the smaller floating, suspended or self-propelled organisms in a body of water. floating, drifting or slowly swimming organisms that cannot swim against currents - floating and drifting organisms that have limited swimming abilities and that are carried largely passively with water currents These include bacteria , plants and plant-like organisms and the animals that eat them.
- Minute plant and animal organisms that are found in aquatic ecosystems.
- Passively floating or weakly motile aquatic plants and animals. the passively floating or weakly motile aquatic plants and animals.
- All the animals and plants, taken collectively, which live at or near the surface of salt or fresh waters. the aggregate of small plant and animal organisms that float or drift in great numbers in fresh or salt water.