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EFFECTS OF NUTRITION-MEDIATED LARVAL CONDITION ON JUVENILE PERFORMANCE IN A MARINE MUSSEL
The potential for long-lasting effects of larval experience on early juvenile stages is growing in recognition as an important aspect of the ecology of organisms with complex life cycles. For marineExpand
Growth of filter-feeding benthic invertebrates from a region with variable upwelling intensity
Coastal upwelling is an ocean feature thought to have important impacts on benthic marine communities by enhancing planktonic productivity in the nearshore environment. In this study, growth rates ofExpand
Modulation of ciliary beat frequency by neuropeptides from identified molluscan neurons.
Prior work in the nudibranch Tritonia diomedea indicated that certain identifiable pedal ganglion neurons (Pd5 and 6) innervating the foot synthesize three novel peptides (TPeps) that resemble PedalExpand
VARIABLE TIMING OF LARVAL FOOD HAS CONSEQUENCES FOR EARLY JUVENILE PERFORMANCE IN A MARINE MUSSEL
For organisms with complex life cycles, larval history is increasingly being found to influence later juvenile or adult performance; however, most experiments maintain manipulations in the larvalExpand
Species-Specific Vulnerability of Benthic Marine Embryos of Congeneric Snails (Haminoea spp.) to Ultraviolet Radiation and Other Intertidal Stressors
We used field surveys and multi-factorial experiments to examine synergistic effects of ultraviolet radiation (UVR) and low tide conditions on the embryonic mortality of two bubble-shell snailExpand
Synergistic effects of ultraviolet radiation and conditions at low tide on egg masses of limpets (Benhamina obliquata and Siphonaria australis) in New Zealand
The effects of ultraviolet radiation (UVR), desiccation and conditions in tidal pools on embryonic survival were examined for two common pulmonate limpets that lay intertidal benthic egg masses onExpand
Purification and sequencing of neuropeptides from identified neurons in the marine mollusc, Tritonia
Neuropeptides were characterized in two similar identified neurons termed pedal 5 and 6 (Pd5 and Pd6). Both neurons appear white, a characteristic of peptidergic neurons, and send peripheral axonsExpand
Differential effects of suspended sediments on larval survival and settlement of New Zealand urchins Evechinus chloroticus and abalone Haliotis iris
Larvae of marine organisms play an important role in the dynamics of populations, are generally sensitive to environmental stressors, and vary dramatically among species in life history traits. WeExpand
Life history and matrix heterogeneity interact to shape metapopulation connectivity in spatially structured environments.
Metapopulation models have historically treated a landscape as a collection of habitat patches separated by a matrix of uniformly unsuitable habitat. This perspective is still apparent in manyExpand
Gametophyte reproduction and development of Undaria pinnatifida under varied nutrient and irradiance conditions
Abstract To facilitate predictions of how environmental heterogeneity affects invasion success and range expansion in the kelp Undaria pinnatifida (Harvey) Suringar, it is essential to understand howExpand
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