Daphnia sp. feeding rate was affected by low NaCl concentrations and seston quality seems to be more important in their feeding rate performance than changes in water parameters. The here-obtained results showed that feeding inhibition tests has a sensible cost-effective methodology to assess the effects of abiotic stresses in freshwater ecosystems.
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