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Insulin-like androgenic gland hormone (IAG) produced by androgenic gland (AG) in male crustaceans is regarded as a key regulator of sex differentiation. As a member of the insulin/insulin-like growth(More)
In crustaceans, the neuropeptide pigment dispersing hormone (PDH), including α- and β-PDH, is mainly involved in color changes related to the dispersion of integumental pigments and shielding(More)
Insulin-like androgenic gland factor (IAG) that is produced by the male androgenic gland (AG), plays a role in sexual differentiation and maintenance of male secondary sex characteristics in decapod(More)
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