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The effect of temperature on the reproductive cycle of the tropical barnacle, Chthamalus malayensis Pilsbry (Cirripedia)

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[The effect of temperature on breeding activity and moulting of the tropical barnacle, Chthamalus malayensis was studied under rearing conditions in the laboratory. Both breeding activity and moulting frequency were influenced by temperature. Temperature seems to be the main external factor regulating both breeding and moulting in C. malayensis in Hong Kong. The temperature above which breeding begins in C. malayensis agrees well with the natural breeding season. L'effet de la température sur l'activité de reproduction et la mue du cirripède tropical, Chthamalus malayensis a été étudié dans des conditions d'élevage au laboratoire. L'activité reproductive et la fréquence de mue étaient influencées toutes deux par la température. La température semble être le principal facteur externe régulant à la fois la ponte et la mue chez C. malayensis à Hong Kong. La température à laquelle la reproduction commence chez C. malayensis s'accorde bien avec la saison naturelle de reproduction., The effect of temperature on breeding activity and moulting of the tropical barnacle, Chthamalus malayensis was studied under rearing conditions in the laboratory. Both breeding activity and moulting frequency were influenced by temperature. Temperature seems to be the main external factor regulating both breeding and moulting in C. malayensis in Hong Kong. The temperature above which breeding begins in C. malayensis agrees well with the natural breeding season. L'effet de la température sur l'activité de reproduction et la mue du cirripède tropical, Chthamalus malayensis a été étudié dans des conditions d'élevage au laboratoire. L'activité reproductive et la fréquence de mue étaient influencées toutes deux par la température. La température semble être le principal facteur externe régulant à la fois la ponte et la mue chez C. malayensis à Hong Kong. La température à laquelle la reproduction commence chez C. malayensis s'accorde bien avec la saison naturelle de reproduction.]

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2004-02-01
2017-06-28

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