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Impacts of agricultural land use on ecosystem structure and whole‐stream metabolism of tropical Cerrado streams
B Guecker, IG Boechat, A Giani
Freshwater Biology 54 (10), 2069-2085, 2009
A global analysis of terrestrial plant litter dynamics in non-perennial waterways
T Datry, A Foulquier, R Corti, D Von Schiller, K Tockner, C Mendoza-Lera, ...
Nature Geoscience 11 (7), 497-503, 2018
Stream morphology controls ammonium retention in tropical headwaters
B Gücker, IG Boëchat
Ecology 85 (10), 2818-2827, 2004
Global effects of agriculture on fluvial dissolved organic matter
D Graeber, IG Boëchat, F Encina-Montoya, C Esse, J Gelbrecht, ...
Scientific reports 5 (1), 16328, 2015
Leaf decomposition and ecosystem metabolism as functional indicators of land use impacts on tropical streams
EF Silva-Junior, TP Moulton, IG Boëchat, B Gücker
Ecological Indicators 36, 195-204, 2014
Simulating rewetting events in intermittent rivers and ephemeral streams: A global analysis of leached nutrients and organic matter
O Shumilova, D Zak, T Datry, D von Schiller, R Corti, A Foulquier, ...
Global change biology 25 (5), 1591-1611, 2019
Sediment respiration pulses in intermittent rivers and ephemeral streams
D Von Schiller, T Datry, R Corti, A Foulquier, K Tockner, R Marcé, ...
Global Biogeochemical Cycles 33 (10), 1251-1263, 2019
A biochemical explanation for the success of mixotrophy in the flagellate Ochromonas sp.
IG Boëchat, G Weithoff, A Krüger, B Gücker, R Adrian
Limnology and oceanography 52 (4), 1624-1632, 2007
Impacts of fish farm pollution on ecosystem structure and function of tropical headwater streams
R dos Santos Rosa, ACF Aguiar, IG Boëchat, B Gücker
Environmental pollution 174, 204-213, 2013
Biochemical composition of algivorous freshwater ciliates: you are not what you eat
IG Boëchat, R Adrian
FEMS microbiology ecology 53 (3), 393-400, 2005
Urbanization and agriculture increase exports and differentially alter elemental stoichiometry of dissolved organic matter (DOM) from tropical catchments
B Gücker, RCS Silva, D Graeber, JAF Monteiro, IG Boëchat
Science of the Total Environment 550, 785-792, 2016
Agricultural land-use affects the nutritional quality of stream microbial communities
IG Boëchat, A Krüger, A Giani, CC Figueredo, B Gücker
FEMS Microbiology Ecology 77 (3), 568-576, 2011
Land-use impacts on fatty acid profiles of suspended particulate organic matter along a larger tropical river
IG Boëchat, A Krüger, RC Chaves, D Graeber, B Gücker
Science of the Total Environment 482, 62-70, 2014
A global synthesis of human impacts on the multifunctionality of streams and rivers
M Brauns, DC Allen, IG Boëchat, WF Cross, V Ferreira, D Graeber, ...
Global change biology 28 (16), 4783-4793, 2022
Fatty acid composition of tropical fish depends on reservoir trophic status and fish feeding habit
AD Gomes, CE Tolussi, IG Boëchat, MLM Pompêo, MPT Cortez, RM Honji, ...
Lipids 51 (10), 1193-1206, 2016
Dissolved nutrient exports from natural and human‐impacted N eotropical catchments
B Gücker, RCS Silva, D Graeber, JAF Monteiro, ENJ Brookshire, ...
Global Ecology and Biogeography 25 (4), 378-390, 2016
Evidence for biochemical limitation of population growth and reproduction of the rotifer Keratella quadrata fed with freshwater protists
IG Boëchat, R Adrian
Journal of plankton research 28 (11), 1027-1038, 2006
Consumer‐resource stoichiometry as a predictor of trophic discrimination (Δ13C, Δ15N) in aquatic invertebrates
M Brauns, IG Boëchat, APC de Carvalho, D Graeber, B Gücker, T Mehner, ...
Freshwater Biology 63 (10), 1240-1249, 2018
Nutrient limitation and the stoichiometry of nutrient uptake in a tropical rain forest stream
F Tromboni, SA Thomas, B Gücker, V Neres‐Lima, C Lourenço‐Amorim, ...
Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences 123 (7), 2154-2167, 2018
An alternative fish feed based on earthworm and fruit meals for tilapia and carp postlarvae
RC Chaves, RQ de Paula, B Gücker, IE Marriel, AO Teixeira, IG Boëchat
Revista Brasileira de Biociências 13 (1), 2015
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