Asymmetry in dentition and shape of pharyngeal arches in the clonal fish Chrosomus eos-neogaeus: Phenotypic plasticity and developmental instability

@inproceedings{Leung2017AsymmetryID,
  title={Asymmetry in dentition and shape of pharyngeal arches in the clonal fish Chrosomus eos-neogaeus: Phenotypic plasticity and developmental instability},
  author={Christelle Leung and Kevin Karl Duclos and Thomas Gr{\"u}nbaum and Richard Cloutier and Bernard Angers},
  booktitle={PloS one},
  year={2017}
}
The effect of the environment may result in different developmental outcomes. Extrinsic signals can modify developmental pathways and result in alternative phenotypes (phenotypic plasticity). The environment can also be interpreted as a stressor and increase developmental instability (developmental noise). Directional and fluctuating asymmetry provide a… CONTINUE READING
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