Tomasz Brzeziński, dr

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I am investigating reciprocal interactions between freshwater animals and their environment. My favourite group of animals are molluscs, however in my recent activity I am focused on cladocerans. My research interests include: ecological and evolutionary aspects of interspecific hybridization, dispersal of invasive species and its consequences, trophic interactions between predator and prey, effects of food quality on fitness of animals.

 

Current research projects:

Application of stable isotopes analysis in quantification of impact of environmental factors on the populations of pelagic cladocerans. NCN 2016/21/D/NZ8/01298, duration: 2017-2020

 

Selected publications:

Brzeziński T., Von Elert E. (2015) Predator evasion in zooplankton is suppressed by polyunsaturated fatty acid limitation. Oecologia 179: 687-697, doi:10.1007/s00442-015-3405-4

Brzeziński T. (2015) Filamentous cyanobacteria alter the relative fitness in a Daphnia hybrid species complex. Freshwater Biology 60: 101-110, doi:10.1111/fwb.12471

Brzeziński T., Fronk J., Trzcińska-Danielewicz J. & P. Dawidowicz (2012) Interspecific hybridization in sympatric species of Daphnia inhabiting lakes in northeastern Poland. Oceanological & Hydrobiological Studies 41: 1-6. doi:10.2478/s13545-012-0011-5

Brzeziński T. (2010)  Mieszańce międzygatunkowe – ślepa uliczka ewolucji? Wiadomości Ekologiczne 56: 141-167.

Brzeziński T., Dawidowicz P. & E. Von Elert (2010) The role of food quality in clonal succession in Daphnia: an experimental test. Oecologia 164: 379-388, doi:10.1007/s00442-010-1662-9

Brzeziński T. & E. Von Elert (2007) Biochemical food quality effects on a Daphnia hybrid complex. Limnology & Oceanography 52: 2350-2357.

Brzeziński T. & A. Kołodziejczyk (2001) Distribution of Potamopyrgus antipodarum (GRAY, 1843) in the waters of the Wigry National Park. Folia Malacologica 9: 125-135.

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