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From:The Biological Bulletin (Vol. 239, Issue 1) Peer-ReviewedFertilization and early development are usually the most vulnerable stages in the life of marine animals, and the biological processes during this period are highly sensitive to the environment. In nature, sea urchin...
From:The Biological Bulletin (Vol. 239, Issue 1) Peer-ReviewedChanges in temperature alter the viscosity of fluids, which impacts the force needed to move and the diffusion rates of gases. This is particularly salient for organisms that operate at mid to low Reynolds numbers. In...
From:The Biological Bulletin (Vol. 239, Issue 1) Peer-ReviewedThe timing of reproduction is often governed by environmental variables, such as temperature or rainfall. Understanding how environmental variables affect mating dynamics is necessary to predict how systems and...
From:The Biological Bulletin (Vol. 239, Issue 1) Peer-ReviewedDiplopteraster verrucosus is a sea star that incubates its offspring in nidamental chambers. The offspring rely exclusively on maternally provided nutrition. The retention of the embryonic stages allows the allocation of...
From:The Biological Bulletin (Vol. 239, Issue 1) Peer-ReviewedOxygen limitation has been proposed as one of the key factors that limits body size at high temperatures (the oxygen-temperature hypothesis). Geographic patterns in body size are thought to be driven in part by the...
From:The Biological Bulletin (Vol. 239, Issue 1) Peer-ReviewedThe intertidal isopod Dynoides dentisinus is a sexually dimorphic species; males are much larger than females and have a large, horn-like pleonal process (hereafter referred to as a "horn") and large, posteriorly...
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