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The Effect of Temperature On the Development of Diapausing and Subitaneous Eggs in Several Freshwater Copepods

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Les temps de développement des oeufs à éclosion avancée de 2 Calanoïdes de Bluff Lake, Nouvelle Écosse, et de 2 Cyclopoïdes de la Baie de Quinte, Lac Ontario, sont déterminés à différentes températures. Les temps de développement des premiers nauplii de 2 espèces de Calanoïdes sont également déterminés à différentes températures. Enfin quelques effets de la température sur le développement des oeufs à éclosion retardée de Calanoïdes sont présentés.

Affiliations: 1: Great Lakes Biolimnology Laboratory, Canada Centre for Inland Waters, P.O. Box 5050, Bington, Ontario, Canada L7R 4A6


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