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Reversed brain size sexual dimorphism accompanies loss of parental care in white sticklebacks
TLDR
Overall low differentiation among populations of threespine stickleback is found, although FST was increased in between-type comparisons, and sexual dimorphism in brain size is reversed in white Stickleback populations: males have smaller brains than females.
Reconstruction of fisheries catches for Montenegro: 1950-2010
The total marine catches made by Montenegrin fisheries between 1950 and 2010 were reconstructed using landings reported for Montenegro by the FAO as a baseline to account for unreported catches made
Molecular Phylogenetic Positions of Two New Marine Gregarines (Apicomplexa)—Paralecudina anankea n. sp. and Lecudina caspera n. sp.—from the Intestine of Lumbrineris inflata (Polychaeta) Show
Gregarine apicomplexans are unicellular parasites commonly found in the intestines and coeloms of invertebrate hosts. Traits associated with the conspicuous feeding stage of gregarines, known as the
Molecular Phylogenetic Positions and Ultrastructure of Marine Gregarines (Apicomplexa) Cuspisella ishikariensis n. gen., n. sp. and Loxomorpha cf. harmothoe from Western Pacific scaleworms
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A new genus and species of marine gregarine isolated from the intestine of a polynoid host (Lepidonotus helotypus) collected from Hokkaido, Japan is described and established and a molecular phylogenetic position for Loxomorpha cf.
Reconstruction of fisheries catches for Bosnia-Herzegovina: 1950-2010
The total marine catches made by Bosnian fisheries between 1950 and 2010 were estimated by using officially reported landings as baseline data, including landings reported by the former Yugoslavia
New Gregarine Species (Apicomplexa) From Tunicates Show an Evolutionary History of Host Switching and Suggest a Problem with the Systematics of Lankesteria and Lecudina.
TLDR
Four new species of marine eugregarines infecting ascidian hosts and hypothesize that the continued addition of new species from polychaete and tunicate hosts as well as the construction of multigene phylogenies that include type-material will further dissolve the currently accepted distinction between Lankesteria and Lecudina.