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A STAINING TECHNIQUE FOR DETERMINING COPEPOD GONAD MATURATION: APPLICATION TO METRIDIA PACIFICA FROM THE NORTHEAST PACIFIC OCEAN

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ABSTRACT Fast green was used to stain selectively the reproductive system and ova of adult female Metridia pacifica. Reproductive maturity of adult females of M. pacifica in the subarctic Pacific exhibited a marked seasonal cycle during 1980-1981. Seasonal variation of female reproductive condition agreed well with that expected from the abundance of naupliar stages in plankton collections.

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1986-01-01
2016-12-04

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