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Estrogenic compounds affect development of harpacticoid copepod Tigriopus japonicus
- H. Marcial, A. Hagiwara, T. Snell
- Environmental ScienceEnvironmental toxicology and chemistry
- 1 December 2003
The results suggest that endocrine disruption could occur in copepods following exposure to environmentally relevant concentrations of estrogenic compounds, especially if they are exposed starting from embryonic development.
Morphology, reproduction, genetics, and mating behavior of small, tropical marine Brachionus strains (Rotifera)
Ecotoxicology, ecophysiology, and mechanistic studies with rotifers.
Two circular chromosomes of unequal copy number make up the mitochondrial genome of the rotifer Brachionus plicatilis.
- K. Suga, D. M. Mark Welch, Yukari Tanaka, Y. Sakakura, A. Hagiwara
- BiologyMolecular biology and evolution
- 1 June 2008
The novel organization of the B. plicatilis mitochondrial genome into 2 nearly equal chromosomes of 4-fold different copy number may provide insight into the evolution of metazoan mitochondria and the phylogenetics of rotifers and other basal animal phyla.
Fifteen species in one: deciphering the Brachionus plicatilis species complex (Rotifera, Monogononta) through DNA taxonomy
- Scott Mills, J. A. Alcántara‐Rodríguez, E. Walsh
- Biology, Environmental ScienceHydrobiologia
- 1 July 2017
A dataset of previously available and newly generated sequences of COI and ITS1 for 1273 isolates of the Brachionus plicatilis complex is collated and used to explore phylogenetic signal in morphometric and ecological traits, and to understand correlation among the traits using phylogenetic comparative models.
Differences in life-history traits in two clonal strains of the self-fertilizing fish, Rivulus marmoratus
- Maria Vivian Camacho Grageda, Y. Sakakura, Masako Minamimoto, A. Hagiwara
- Biology, Environmental ScienceEnvironmental Biology of Fishes
- 1 August 2005
Variations in the life-history traits of PAN-RS and DAN may be adaptive strategies for life in their natural habitat, which consists of mangrove estuaries with a highly variable environment.
The minute monogonont rotifer Proales similis de Beauchamp: Culture and feeding to small mouth marine fish larvae
Abundance of birds in Fukushima as judged from Chernobyl.
Live food production in Japan: recent progress and future aspects