Ying-Syuan Lyu

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In hermaphroditic fish, the ovotestis can respond to external stimuli so that only one type of gonadal tissue (either ovarian or testicular tissue) will remain reproductively active and the other will recede to a rudimentary stage. However, the molecular mechanism for sexual fate determination is still poorly understood in hermaphroditic fish. In the(More)
The protandrous black porgy, Acanthopagrus schlegeli, has a striking life cycle, with sex differentiation at the juvenile stage, mono-male development, a bisexual gonad during the first 2 yr of life, and a male-to-female sex change (with vitellogenic oocytes) at 3 yr of age. In the present study, we investigated the possible roles of amh and amhr2 in(More)
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