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Countergradient variation in growth rate: compensation for length of the growing season among Atlantic silversides from different latitudes
SummaryHow do organisms adapt to the differences in temperature and length of the growing season that occur with latitude? Among Atlantic silversides (Menidia menidia) along the east coast of North… Expand
Physiological Basis of Latitudinal Growth Differences in Menidia menidia: Variation in Consumption or Efficiency?
Genetic differentiation of disjunct Gulf of California and Pacific outer coast populations of Hypsoblennius jenkinsi
- T. M. C. Present
- 9 December 1987
jenkinsi. Specimens were collected from a single site in the northern Gulf of California and from two study sites in southern California waters. The standard genetic distance value (D) of 0.003 for… Expand
In vivo marking of shallow-water and deep-sea amphipods by ingestion of bait mixed with fast green
Seven vital stains were mixed with fish muscle and fed to a sublittoral lysianassid (Orchomene sp. A collected in Scripps Canyon off La Jolla, California USA between August 1978 and August 1981) in… Expand
ORCHOMENE LIMODES, NEW SPECIES, A SCAVENGING AMPHIPOD FROM SCRIPPS CANYON, CALIFORNIA: SPECIES DESCRIPTION AND ANALYSIS OF MORPHOLOGICAL VARIATION
Orchomene limodes, new species (Amphipoda: Lysianassidae), recently discovered in Scripps Canyon, California, is described and compared to other species within this genus. Intraspecific analysis of… Expand