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Induction of sperm activation in open and closed thelycum penaeoid shrimps
(Aquaculture vol.216 no.1-4 371-381 2003, 2003)
A modified egg water (EW) technique for in vitro induction of sperm activation was applied to Trachypenaeus byrdi, Xiphopenaeus riveti (closed thelycum shrimps), and Litopenaeus occidentalis (open thelycum) from a tropical ...
Losing legs and walking hard: Effects of autotomy and different substrates in the locomotion of harvestmen in the genus Prionostemma
(Journal of Arachnology vol.44 no.1 76-82 2016, 2016-04-01)
Autotomy, the strategy of voluntarily releasing a leg during an encounter with a potential predator or in agonistic interactions between conspecifics, is common in animals. The potential costs of this behavior have been ...
A dynamic simulation model for the blooming of Oscillatoria agardhii in a monomictic lake
The occurrence of phytoplankton blooms is a common problem in water bodies. The quantitative description of the algal population growth is of primary importance to understand the mechanisms which lead to these phytoplankton ...
Evaluación cualitativa de indicadores de sostenibilidad socioambiental para su selección y aplicación en ciudades costarricenses
From the sustainable development management model, cities must seek balance relationships between natural resources and economic and social development in such a way that the environmental conditions inside and outside ...
Treasured exceptions: association of morphoanatomical leaf traits with cup quality of Coffea arabica L. cv. “Catuaí ”
(Food Research International, 2021-01-05)
The morphoanatomical characteristics of leaves were associated with altitude, hillside, and the cup quality of coffee produced in the Matas de Minas region. Although the small magnitude, there are correlations between cup ...