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DivineMarg HelgenbergerEmpfehlungenThe Serpentine regularly publishes Limited Edition prints and Multiples. The Gallery aims to make these editions accessible to our visitors and each is originally commissioned in conjunction with the current exhibition. All proceeds from sales of Editions are used to support the Exhibition and Education Programmes at the Gallery.For further information, or to make a purchase, please contact the Gallery lobby. Open daily 10am to 6pm.Information:Vicky Steer, Duty ManagerTel 020 7298 1511 vickys serpentinegallery All dimensions are given height x width unless statedThese images may not be reproduced in any way. The creator of these images has copyrights and moral rights in the images that will be infringed by unauthorised use. The Serpentine Gallery cannot accept any liability for misuse of these images.Each artist worked closely with the Serpentine to produce their print. This collaboration was made on the basis that the print would be sold exclusively through the Serpentine Gallery. It is the artist's wish that those who purchase this print will keep it for their own personal enjoyment and will not subsequently offer it for sale. It is also important to note that using any reproduced image of the work would breach the artist's copyright. This applies in the case of any reproduction, whether in printed form or over the internet.Terms & Conditions of saleAll prices inclusive of VATAlyson Hanniganrp online suche Policies and Procedures Security and Privacy ScamsEgyptian Queen PostersArt Print18 .in x 23 .inMore InfoThe Berserker PostersArt Print18 .in x 23 .inMore InfoApparition PostersArt Print18 .in x 23 .inMore InfoDuck Soupby Michael Bedard27.75x24At high nitrogen supply, the algae can be expected to reproduce quickly; farther up in the food chain, the rotifer population also should thrive. At low nitrogen supply, however, both algae and rotifers might struggle to survive.In a series of chemostat trials, the researchers varied the rate at which fresh water or nitrogen entered to the system. Then they sat back to watch and found these results:When nitrogen concentrations or supply rates were relatively low, the system remained at equilibrium with just enough algae for the rotifers to eat and enough rotifers to prevent overpopulation of the algae.But lower nitrogen supply rates were detrimental for predator populations for another reason: Rotifer individuals usually remained longer in the chemostat vessels before they were washed out, and this shifted the population toward older, less reproductive predators.And when large amounts of nitrogen entered the system, numbers of both the predators and prey oscillated wildly, resulting in the extinction of both.The predators and prey in the laboratory microcosm had responded just the way the model predicted, given the cards that life, in the form of pumps and chemostat valves, had dealt them. Similarly simple models have been successful in a variety of circumstances, including measles 'preying on' people in large cities like London, on commercially important crab populations in the Pacific and on forest insect pests, despite the fact that the patterns of population variation look quite complicated, said Stephen Ellner, the Cornell professor of ecology and evolutionary biology who was a professor of biomathematics at North Carolina State when the study began. More complicated systems can be broken down to examine and model individually, added Kyle Shertzer, a graduate student of biomathematics at North Carolina State.The chemostat model, although verified in vitro, will get one of its first real-world tests when Cornell ecologists begin a five-year, 3 million biocomplexity study for the National Science Foundation in the freshwater bays and lagoons of Lake Ontario.Scientists are intrigued by the analogy between the chemostat set experiment and tributaries and runoff from the surrounding land carrying nutrients to the plankton, fish and other inhabitants in the bay ecosystems. Judicious application of the model should make the bio-complex a little less so. 2000, Environmental News Network, All Rights Reservedsamewhimsical art hand painted posters watercolor prints limited edition garden art sculptures giclee Stewart Moskowitz Stu Wooket a herd of laughter Terry Willis Arias Leo art print poster animal pediatrician funny colorful exhibit wookit Bedard Michael wholesale retail art funny children kid son daughter grandson granddaughter cows cow grandchild nephew niece kids child animals sheep pigs chicken dogs cats fish whales rabbits bunny turkey fish ocean pet pets dinosaur aquarium bird sea zoo jungle mars moon space alligator cartoon giggle penguins creative whimsy original art artwork artistic serigraph gallery t shirt sillySifi/Fantasy· A.C. 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