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Incidence (%) of females producing diapause cysts among all reproducing females of BRK53 Artemia clone in the main experiment

Incidence (%) of females producing diapause cysts among all reproducing females of BRK53 Artemia clone in the main experiment

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The brine shrimp Artemia exhibits two reproductive modes. 1). oviparity, producing diapause embryos; an. 2). ovoviviparity, producing free-swimming nauplii. Previous studies have suggested the existence of a critical stage that determines the reproductive mode. Physicochemical factors, such as photoperiod, temperature, and salinity, have been sugge...

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... of the main experiment are shown in Tables 2 and 3. When shifting Artemia from nauplius Tables 2, 4 Reverse experimental stock ...
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... of the main experiment are shown in Tables 2 and 3. When shifting Artemia from nauplius Tables 2, 4 Reverse experimental stock ...
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... direction control Tables 3, 5 Reverse direction experimental Tables 3, 5 production condition to cyst production condition (Table 2), low percentages of oviparity (0.0%-4.5%) in both the fi rst and second broods of the controls showed no signifi cant diff erences among the diff erent stages (post-larva II, post-larva III, post-larva IV, post-larva V, adult I and adult II). For the fi rst brood of treatments, almost all females produced diapause cysts when individuals were shifted at post-larva II stage (98.9%±1.9% of the reproducing females (same below)) and at post-larva III stage (96.7%±3.3%) ...
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... the second brood, this study showed that its reproductive mode could be converted when Artemia were shifted at post-larva IV or earlier stages (Tables 2-5) but could not be converted when shifting performed on post-larva V or later stages (Tables 2, 3). When shifting at post-larva IV, the conversion seemed not complete, especially when shifted from ovoviviparity condition to oviparity condition (oviparity ratio‫׃‬ 3.4%±3.3% in control and 30.7%±9.8% in treatment of the main experiment; 4.0%±4.0% in control and 31.9%±7.6% in treatment of the supplementary experiment (Tables 2, 4). ...
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... the second brood, this study showed that its reproductive mode could be converted when Artemia were shifted at post-larva IV or earlier stages (Tables 2-5) but could not be converted when shifting performed on post-larva V or later stages (Tables 2, 3). When shifting at post-larva IV, the conversion seemed not complete, especially when shifted from ovoviviparity condition to oviparity condition (oviparity ratio‫׃‬ 3.4%±3.3% in control and 30.7%±9.8% in treatment of the main experiment; 4.0%±4.0% in control and 31.9%±7.6% in treatment of the supplementary experiment (Tables 2, 4). ...
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... of the main experiment are shown in Tables 2 and 3. When shifting Artemia from nauplius Tables 2, 4 Reverse experimental stock ...
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... of the main experiment are shown in Tables 2 and 3. When shifting Artemia from nauplius Tables 2, 4 Reverse experimental stock ...
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... direction control Tables 3, 5 Reverse direction experimental Tables 3, 5 production condition to cyst production condition (Table 2), low percentages of oviparity (0.0%-4.5%) in both the fi rst and second broods of the controls showed no signifi cant diff erences among the diff erent stages (post-larva II, post-larva III, post-larva IV, post-larva V, adult I and adult II). For the fi rst brood of treatments, almost all females produced diapause cysts when individuals were shifted at post-larva II stage (98.9%±1.9% of the reproducing females (same below)) and at post-larva III stage (96.7%±3.3%) ...
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... the second brood, this study showed that its reproductive mode could be converted when Artemia were shifted at post-larva IV or earlier stages (Tables 2-5) but could not be converted when shifting performed on post-larva V or later stages (Tables 2, 3). When shifting at post-larva IV, the conversion seemed not complete, especially when shifted from ovoviviparity condition to oviparity condition (oviparity ratio‫׃‬ 3.4%±3.3% in control and 30.7%±9.8% in treatment of the main experiment; 4.0%±4.0% in control and 31.9%±7.6% in treatment of the supplementary experiment (Tables 2, 4). ...
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... the second brood, this study showed that its reproductive mode could be converted when Artemia were shifted at post-larva IV or earlier stages (Tables 2-5) but could not be converted when shifting performed on post-larva V or later stages (Tables 2, 3). When shifting at post-larva IV, the conversion seemed not complete, especially when shifted from ovoviviparity condition to oviparity condition (oviparity ratio‫׃‬ 3.4%±3.3% in control and 30.7%±9.8% in treatment of the main experiment; 4.0%±4.0% in control and 31.9%±7.6% in treatment of the supplementary experiment (Tables 2, 4). ...

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