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The phenotypic sex of many teleost fishes including flounders can be experimentally altered by treating embryos or larvae with varied temperatures or sex-steroid hormones. To analyse the sex(More)
The sex of Japanese flounder (Paralichthys olivaceus) is easily altered by water temperature or sex steroid hormone treatment during the period of sex determination. We have previously shown that(More)
Newt sperm has a unique structure: the tail consists of axial fiber, undulating membrane and flagellum. The genesis and chemical composition of the axial fiber remain unknown. The axial fiber(More)
Xtr in the fertilized eggs of Xenopus has been demonstrated to be a member of a messenger ribonucleoprotein (mRNP) complex that plays a crucial role in karyokinesis during cleavage. Since the Xtr is(More)