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Influence De La Température Sur Les Développements Embryonnaire Et Post-Embryonnaire Du Copépode Diaptomide Eudiaptomus Gracilis (Sars, 1863)

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The influence of the temperature on the embryonic and post-embryonic development of the diaptomid copepod Eudiaptomus gracilis, has been studied at 4° C, 15° C and 18° C. The results indicate that the temperature does not only influence the duration of the different larval stages and the survival rate of the population, but also the sex determination (the masculinisation in the offspring being stronger at low temperatures).

Affiliations: 1: Laboratoire d'Ecologie, Université d'Orléans, France


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