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Aspects of Fertilization Ecology in Evechinus chloroticus and Coscinasterias muricata

@inproceedings{Franke2005AspectsOF,
  title={Aspects of Fertilization Ecology in Evechinus chloroticus and Coscinasterias muricata},
  author={E. Franke},
  year={2005}
}
Broadcast spawning marine invertebrates have been widely used as model organisms to study processes of evolution. One of these is the study of various life history stages associated with reproduction. Fertilization ecology in broadcast spawning marine organisms, i.e. the process by which sperm and egg fusion occurs once released into the ocean, has been the subject of intensive study for roughly the last 20 years, and represents thus a recent field in ecological sciences. This growth in… Expand

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