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Spinyhead croaker (Collichthys lucidus) is an economically important fish suffering from population decline caused by overfishing and habitat destruction. Researches on the development of primordial germ cell (PGC) and reproduction biology were emergency for the long-term conservation of the involved species. Dead end (dnd) gene plays an indispensa...
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This reprint is a printed version of the Special Issue, entitled “Orchid Biochemistry 2.0”, one literature review, and nine original research articles were published, and the Special Issue provides further insight into several critical subtopics, including reproduction biology, functional genomics in secondary metabolites, as well as polysaccharide...
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Genomic selection has increased genetic gain in several livestock species, but due to the complicated genetics and reproduction biology not yet in honey bees. Recently, 2 970 queens were genotyped to gather a reference population. For the application of genomic selection in honey bees, this study analyses the predictive ability and bias of pedigree...
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The book “Fundamentals of Field Crop Breeding” describes fundamental concepts and also the advances in plant-breeding practices including developments in crop genomics. The book covers the origin, reproduction biology, genetic principles, plant-breeding procedures, and techniques and tools used in the improvement of major field crops. The chapters...
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Esta obra hace un diagnóstico de la educación sexual y de las conductas sexuales y reproductivas de adolescentes que asisten a escuelas secundarias y preparatorias públicas de Nuevo León. Para ello se analizó la educación sexual que reciben dentro y fuera de las escuelas, concentrando el análisis en el conocimiento que se tiene de los aspectos bási...
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Knowledge of the reproductive biology of Barefaced Curassows (BFC) from their natural habitats is very limited. Our study covers a two-and-a-half year breeding phenology on BFC in the northern Pantanal (Mato Grosso State, Brazil) with the main objective of collecting information on reproduction biology to contribute to future conservation managemen...
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The Sargasso Sea was identified as the spawning area of the European eel (Anguilla anguilla) 100 years ago, and numerous subsequent surveys have verified that eel larvae just a week old are regularly recorded there. However, no adult eels or eel eggs have ever been found, leaving room for alternative hypotheses on the reproduction biology of this e...
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In the evolution of invertebrates, the transition from egg-layers to brooders occurred many times. However, the molecular mechanisms underlying this transition are still not well understood. Recently diverged species genus Littorina (Mollusca, Gastropoda, Caenogastropoda, Littorinimorpha): Littorina saxatilis, L. arcana, L. compressa, L. obtusata a...
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Insects have evolved numerous adaptations and colonized diverse terrestrial environments. Several polyneopterans, including dictyopterans (cockroaches and mantids) and locusts, have developed oothecae, but little is known about the molecular mechanism, physiological function, and evolutionary significance of ootheca formation. Here, we demonstrate...
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The research was carried out in the Kraków-Częstochowa Jurassic Upland (Southern Poland). Two groups of plants were distinguished in the vascular flora of this area, each consisting of 32 species: probably extinct and invasive. All species were described in respect of 33 traits related to their morphology, anatomy, reproduction biology, phenology,...
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In an aquatic environment, the presence of Bisphenol A (BPA) adversely affects reproduction, biology, behavior, gonads, and early larval development of fish due to being endocrine-disrupting compound. In addition, the detected concentration of BPA in water bodies is reported to be higher than 0.41 μg/L. As an alternative tool, sperm cells are used...
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The mating behaviour of the malaria vector Anopheles gambiae complex is an important aspect of its reproduction biology. The success of mosquito release programmes based on genetic control of malaria crucially depends on competitive mating between both laboratory-reared and wild individuals, and populations from different localities. It is known th...
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Résume L’objectif de la présente étude était d'une part; dénombrement les espèces des rapaces diurnes et nocturnes de la région de Constantine et d'autre part l'étude de la biologie de la reproduction de l’Aigle botté (Hieraaetus pennatus). Durant la période qui s’étale de 2013 à 2015, dix-sept (17) espèces de rapaces ont été inventoriés et suivis,...
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The present study examined reproduction biologies of 336 and 384 individuals of native Pagellus erythrinus and non-native Nemipterus randalli species captured using trammel nets in Marmaris Bay on a monthly basis from January to December 2018. Total length, weight, and sex ratios in N. randalli obtained by trammel net were 9.2-21.2 cm (mean±SD; 16....
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This work summarizes variation over time in the 317 doctoral theses on ornithology defended in Spain between 2000 and 2019 whose abstracts have been published in the section Reviews of doctoral theses in Ornithology in the scientific journal Ardeola. These were analyzed in terms of (i) the relative contribution by each university, (ii) the research...
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The paper describes investigations on the reproduction biology (nesting, clutching, hatching, fledglings` departure) of the Common Redstart (Phoenicurus phoenicurus) in artificial nest boxes (AN) in Northeastern Ukraine. There were three sites of research: Hetman NNP, NPP “Gomilshansky Forests”, and RLP “Feldman Ecopark”. The research was performed...
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This study was carried out to determine the reproductive characteristic of Liocarcinus depurator (Crustacea: Decapod: Brachyura) captured from South-eastern Black Sea between December 2012 and November 2013. The samples were taken at depth of 0-30+ m by using 2 meters width beam trawl in Iyidere, Cayeli and the Centre Stations. The maximum GSI valu...
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La bio-écologie et la reproduction d'un couple de Hibou grand-duc ascalaphe Bubo ascalaphus (Savigny, 1809) ont été étudiées dans la station d'El Hmadna à Relizaneen 2020, en s'appuyant sur des visites régulières du site de nidification de ce rapace. La période de reproduction débute en février. Quatre oeufs ont été pondus dans les premiers jours d...
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Knowledge of reproduction biology provides valuable information to better understanding population dynamics, including a population's resilience to fishing. The yellowfin tuna reproductive biology in the eastern Indian Ocean was studied by analyzing some essential characteristics: size at maturity, the spawning season, frequency of spawning, egg di...
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Background The application of artificial oocyte activation (AOA) after intracytoplasmic sperm injection (ICSI) is successful in mitigating fertilization failure problems in assisted reproductive technology (ART). Nevertheless, there is no relevant study to investigate whether AOA procedures increase developmental risk by disturbing subsequent gene...
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Anaconda vert - Green anaconda - Eunectes murinus - genus Eunectes - Ecologie - Reproduction - Biologie - Amérique du Sud - serpent géant - Giant snakes - Venezuela.
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Embryo selection is a critical step in assisted reproduction (ART): a good selection criteria is expected to increase the probability of inducing pregnancy. In the past, machine learning methods have been used to predict implantation and to rank the most promising embryos. Here, we study the use of a probabilistic graphical model that assumes indep...
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Previous data on crested porcupine reproduction biology were mostly collected in captivity or semi-captivity due to its elusive, burrowing and mainly nocturnal habits. Between 2017 and 2019 the reproductive behaviour (i.e., intrapair mounting and copulation, birth and parental care) of free-ranging crested porcupine was documented and described. Ni...
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Abstract The Nereid Platynereis dumerilii (Audouin and Milne Edwards (Annales des Sciences Naturelles 1:195–269, 1833) is a marine annelid that belongs to the Nereididae, a family of errant polychaete worms. The Nereid shows a pelagobenthic life cycle: as a general characteristic for the superphylum of Lophotrochozoa/Spiralia, it has spirally cleav...
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Astragalus argaeus is an endemic plant species that is under critical risk of extinction. Here we investigated its population census, breeding system and reproductive success to determine the main factors affecting restricted distribution of this species. According to the results from pollination experiments, A. argaeus was autogamous but benefit f...
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Epipogium aphyllum is a rare European mycoheterotrophic orchid without chlorophyll. Subject to this work is the unsettled flowering depending on weather conditions. Based on the lifecycle of the plant in symbiosis with fungi and its reproduction biology soil temperature and soil humidity are recognized as key factors of weather conditions. Weather...
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La diversité biologique est inégalement répartie sur la planète, étant majoritairement concentrée sur quelques points chauds appelées « hotspots de la biodiversité ». La région Sud-Ouest de l’océan Indien (SOOI) figure parmi les régions prioritaires pour la conservation de la biodiversité et des orchidées. Leader mondial en production de gousses de...
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Description of the subject: Gametophytic self-incompatibility, governed by the S-locus, functions in Prunus species including the apricot to protect self-pollination of flowers. Knowledge of the S-genotypes in apricot cultivars is essential to establishing productive orchards, defining combinations of compatible cultivars. Objective : In this study...
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Abstrak Informasi ekobiologi ikan terbang Cheilopogon abei di peraian Selat Geser belum pernah ada. Penelitian ini bertujuan untuk mengungkap nisbah kelamin, ukuran ikan pertama mijah, tingkat dan indeks kematangan gonad serta fekunditas ikan terbang di Selat Geser Seram Timur. Pengambilan sampel dilakukan selama sepuluh bulan mulai Februari sampai...
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The family of the blister beetles (Coleoptera: Meloidae) is a relatively small group, which consists of 18 species in Germany and is characterised by its parasitic life history. Among them, the family includes the ivy bee blister beetle, Stenoria analis Schaum, 1859, which was recorded in West Germany for the first time in 2013 and which develops i...
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Il nuovo testo di Biologia e Tecniche della Riproduzione edito da Edi.Ermes è diretto agli studenti dei corsi di laurea in Biologia e Biotecnologie, ma anche dei Master e dei Corsi di perfezionamento e ai professionisti operanti nell’ambito della riproduzione umana. Nella prima sezione sono sviluppati argomenti relativi alla biologia della riproduz...
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Reproduction biology and feeding habits of black mouth croaker, Atrobucca nibe, was investigated monthly from September 2013 to August 2014 in the Oman Sea. The specimens were collected by bottom trawl in the Northwest of Oman Sea. A total of 637 fish specimens examined, 284 males and 353 females were sexed. The average sex ratio was F: M= 1.24:1,...
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In many countries, the Jynx torquilla population has declined significantly. In Ukraine, the species is considered widespread, but remains poorly studied. Activities to attract birds to parks using artificial nests were carried out during 2004-2020 in Northeastern Ukraine. The first time the J. torquilla was populated in artificial nests dates back...
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Despite a profound knowledge on reproduction biology in greater one-horned (GOH) rhinoceros, many individuals cope with sub or infertility or an-ovulatory estrous. At the same time, early and regular captive breeding is of high importance in female GOH rhinoceros due to their high prevalence to develop genital tract tumors with consequent cessation...
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Hainan medaka (Oryzias curvinotus) is distributed in the coastal waters of the South China Sea and is able to adapt to a wide range of salinities. In this study, we characterized O. curvinotus in Sanya River (SY-medaka), which lacks dmy (a male sex-determining gene in O. latipes and O. curvinotus). In a comparison of SY-medaka and Gaoqiao medaka (G...
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Rediscovery of Discocactus zehntneri ssp. buenekeri (Abraham) P.J. Braun & Esteves 1995 (Bas. Discocactus buenekeri Abraham 1987): history, taxonomy, habitat/ecology, morphology, reproduction biology, conservation status (IUCN assessment is provided: CR), cultivation.
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Wolbachia is a maternally inherited bacterium of insects that can alter the reproduction, biology, and fitness of the hosts. It was detected in natural populations of the Yamatotettix flavovittatus Matsumura leafhoppers, the vector of phytoplasma, which is responsible for sugarcane white leaf disease. Wolbachia infection prolongs the longevity of f...
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Parmi les arbres de Méditerranée, « Juniperus turbinata » reste un taxon méconnu qui fait ici l’objet d’une synthèse des connaissances. Décrit en 1844 (J. turbinata Guss.), il sera long-temps oublié de nombreuses flores et checklists jusqu’à une date très récente malgré des travaux de morphologie et de phytochimie qui, dès les années 1980, vont con...
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Apiculture is the art and science of rearing, breeding and managing honeybee colonies in artificial hives for economic benefits. Ethiopia is one of the top 10 honey producing countries in the world and number one in Africa. Ethiopia has a longer beekeeping tradition. During the time of King Ezana, around the 3rd century AD, beeswax was used for rel...
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Information on the reproduction biology of Anguis fragilis complex and Pseudopus apodus living in Turkey was very limited or rare. Here we dissected a total of 80 female Anguid (61 A. fragilis complex and 19 P. apodus) lizards to examine the ovaries for eggs and embryos. According to the frequencies concerning ripe eggs and embryos (for A. fragilis...
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Conhecer a anatomia de um aparelho representa a base para seu estudo amplo e profundo, além de facilitar a compreensão de seu funcionamento. Por isso é importante o conhecimento da anatomia funcional do aparelho reprodutor, já que sua análise permite fixar sólidas bases para o estudo do fenômeno pelo qual se perpetuam as espécies: a reprodução. Nos...
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Developmental Biology is a growing discipline in Chile. It started in the 1950s when Luis Izquierdo challenged the traditional descriptive perspective of embryology and comparative anatomy to explore the mechanisms underlying the origin of form. After this initial drive, Claudio Barros beginning in the late 1960s and Juan Fernández in the late 1970...
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Cycas pectinata is an evergreen plant with no branches and having a single above-ground trunk. It is listed in the vulnerable category of IUCN and appendices II of CITIES. The study was carried out in the Chure range of Makawanpur district, Central Nepal. Field data were collected to assess status, distribution and habitat variables. Data were anal...
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The production of germ cells, especially primordial germ cells (PGCs), is important for avian stem cells and reproduction biology. However, key factors involved in the regulation of PGCs remain unknown. Here, we report a PGC-related marker gene: C1EIP (Chromosome 1 expression in PGCs), whose activation and expression are regulated by the transcript...
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Recently, despite long-term systematic research of the Adriatic Sea ecosystem, the necessity to improve the existing protection of commercially exploited species occurred since the status of many renewable marine stocks were not in good state. In order to realise that review of scientific knowledge gather within the last two decades was required. I...
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Baung Suat Fish (Hemibagrus caveatus) being the newest species in North Sumatera. H. caveatus were collected in Batangtoru estuary. This species has a special mark, specifically a horizontal and vertical strip both on the left and right of the body of this species. The research has been done at Batangtoru estuary, North Sumatera in July 2019. The t...
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Nomei fish ( Harpadon nehereus ) is one of the fish that has important economic value in the waters of Tarakan. This species is caught in waters with trawl fishing gear. In this study, H. nehereus fecundity is described based on 1100 female specimens captured in Tarakan waters from November 2016 to October 2017. The spawning season is predicted to...
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Abstrak: Biologi reproduksi suatu organisme merupakan salah satu informasi penting dalam upaya pengelolaan sumberdaya perairan. Penelitian biologi reproduksi ikan kembung (Rastrelliger brachysoma) di Teluk Staring, Sulawesi Tenggara dilakukan dari bulan Maret sampai Juli 2018. Penelitian ini bertujuan untuk menganalisis biologi reproduksi ikan kemb...
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The rabbit as a model The rabbit is widely used in the classical genetic, immunological, physiological, reproduction biology (see Friedman test), as well as in the embryological researches. This species was used in studying both the spontaneous and the induced malformations. Despite the fact that it is the classical model of the digestive physiolog...
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The yellow clam Mesodesma mactroides (Reeve, 1854) is a sand mollusc with historical and socioeconomic importance in Brazil, Uruguay and Argentina. A guaranteed form to access a successful reestablishment of the species in their natural environment is directly linked to their reproduction biology. Then, our report introduces the embryonic and larva...
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Abstract The present review described the research trends and conservation issues on amphibians of Bangladesh based on recent published research works. We found twenty amphibian species (11 dicroglossids, 5 microhylids, 2 ranids, 1 rhacophorid and 1 bufonid) from Bangladesh have morphometric data. These researches involved taxonomy, reproduction bi...
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Sardina pilchardus is a multiple spawning fish, i.e., the species that spawns periodically during the spawning period. In order to examine the reproduction biology of the species, the specimens were obtained in the known spawning period indicated by the current literature obtained from fishers who were commercially fishing in December 2018 and Janu...
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Dairy cattle’s breeding is an important industry, since it is providing milk and meat to population. Modern cows are significantly different from their ancestors in biology, behavior and in productivity. The scientific approach to feeding, condition of content and formation of focused heredity contributed to increasing the cows’ productivity. Durin...
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The Mediterranean sea cucumbers including Holothuria polii has become commercially important in international trade due to the high demand of consumers from Far East countries. Sea cucumbers fisheries is a valuable income for the regional fishermen but natural stocks endangered by overfishing in recent years. Fisheries regulations and aquaculture s...
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The highly allergenic and invasive weed Ambrosia artemisiifolia L. is a monoecius plant with separated male and female flowers. The genetic regulation of floral morphogenesis is a less understood field in the reproduction biology of this species. Therefore the objective of this work was to investigate the genetic control of sex determination during...
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1. Introducción La reproducción sexual de las cactáceas generalmente requiere de polinización cruzada con la ayuda de vectores biológicos, por lo que existe una gran interacción entre estos y las flores de los cactus, de tal manera que la existencia de unos depende de la presencia de los otros. 2. Objetivo Presentar un análisis de las investigacion...
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The western honeybee Apis mellifera exhibits a diverse set of adaptations in response to infestations by its most virulent disease-causing agent, the ectoparasitic mite Varroa destructor. In this study, we investigated the effect of honeybee pupae genotype on the expression of four host and parasite traits that are associated with the reproductive...
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Background: Schistosomiasis is a prevalent but neglected tropical disease caused by parasitic trematodes of the genus Schistosoma, with the primary disease-causing species being S. haematobium, S. mansoni and S. japonicum. Male-female pairing of schistosomes is necessary for sexual maturity and the production of a large number of eggs, which are p...
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This scientific monograph gives a detailed information about reproduction biology in the grey wolf Canis lupus in Belarus. This topic includes the wolf breeding (mating and denning) behavior, fertility of the species and mortality of its pups. The initial material was not collected occasionally from wolf hunters and wolf pup searchers, but mainly g...
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Les tortues marines constituent l'une des plus grandes espèces de reptiles marines menacées de disparition et elles nécessitent une attention plus particulière pour leur conservation. Toutefois, à défaut d'un élevage en captivité du fait des difficultés liées à leurs moeurs marines, les tortues marines offrent une autre possibilité par leur biologi...
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La capacidad reproductiva es, obviamente, la condición indispensable de toda especie para preservarse. En producción animal tiene un significado central, dado que la cría de animales de interés productivo basa su existencia comercial en la fertilidad, la reproducción periódica y sistemática de los individuos. En otras palabras, reproducción eficien...
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Corpus luteum (CL) is an endocrine tissue involved in regulation of reproductive cycle and early pregnancy establishment. In the present study DEAD-box helicase-5 (Ddx5), a member of the DEAD box family of RNA helicases was investigated for its expression, regulation and function in CL of Wistar rats. Ddx5 was expressed in adult rat CL. Primary cel...
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Cet article vise à dévoiler l’étendue des applications de la protéomique, une approche analytique qui révolutionne actuellement le champ de la biologie et plus particulièrement la biologie de la reproduction. Une vue d’ensemble de la technique ainsi que de ses applications en procréation assistée est apportée ici afin d’appréhender sa puissance et...
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Scorpaena porcus is one of the most important members of rock and reef community in the Black Sea. The present study aimed to investigate the bio-ecological properties of S. porcus in the Eastern Black Sea. The growth, age, and sex compositions, feeding and reproduction biology of 1061 individuals were examined. The total length of the individuals...
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Golden-lined spinefoot (Siganus lineatus), pink ear emperor (Lethrinus lentjan) and redbelly yellowtail fusilier (Caesio cuning) are three dominant species of reef fish were caught in Kei Islands, Southeast Maluku. The increasing number of fishermen catching reef fish in these waters, will threaten the resources if no management measures based on t...
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The monograph contains a comprehensive overview of the development of male gametophyte and pollen viability of the taxonomic complex Prunus spinosa agg. in the conditions of southwestern Slovakia (Podunajská nížina). The work evaluates the structure of reproductive organs at the macroscopic level and the development of the male gametophyte using mi...