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From:The Biological Bulletin (Vol. 238, Issue 2) Peer-ReviewedThis study presents novel findings on the dynamics of growing oocytes in the ovary of the medaka fish, Oryzias latipes. In the ovary of mature females, all follicles are anchored tightly to the abdominal ovarian rete via...
From:The Biological Bulletin (Vol. 238, Issue 2) Peer-ReviewedMarine organisms that rely on environmental cues for reproduction are likely to experience shifts in reproductive phenology and output due to global climate change. To assess the role that the environment may play in the...
From:The Biological Bulletin (Vol. 238, Issue 2) Peer-ReviewedRed coloration is a widely distributed phenotype among animals, yet the pigmentary and genetic bases for this phenotype have been described in relatively few taxa. Here we show that the Hawaiian endemic anchialine shrimp...
From:The Biological Bulletin (Vol. 238, Issue 2) Peer-ReviewedCopepods are numerically dominant planktonic grazers throughout the waters of Earth, preyed upon in turn by a wide diversity of pelagic animals (1, 2). These crustaceans swim and feed using cuticle-covered, segmented,...
From:The Biological Bulletin (Vol. 238, Issue 2) Peer-ReviewedSpiny dogfish (Squalus acanthias) and smoothhound (Mustelus canis) sharks in the northwest Atlantic undergo seasonal migrations driven by changes in water temperature. However, the recognized thermal habitats of these...
From:The Biological Bulletin (Vol. 238, Issue 2) Peer-ReviewedDaylength is a major environmental condition that varies seasonally and predictably along a latitudinal cline, where higher latitudes exhibit greater ranges in total daylengths. Generally, the circadian clock acts as a...
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