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Desarrollo embrionario de Caretta caretta: análisis descriptivo de su evolución morfológica

@inproceedings{Cerd2009DesarrolloED,
  title={Desarrollo embrionario de Caretta caretta: an{\'a}lisis descriptivo de su evoluci{\'o}n morfol{\'o}gica},
  author={Garc{\'i}a Cerd{\'a} and Rosa Flor de Mar{\'i}a},
  year={2009}
}
One of the most important actions for the protection and conservation of a species in high danger of extinction as is the loggerhead turtle (Caretta caretta), is to assuring the increment of the annual recruitment. In the nesting population of Caretta caretta in Boavista island, Republic of Cape Verde, task is not simple, due to a large extent to the high embryonic mortality rates. Nevertheless, by this same motive the study of the embryogenesis can carry to be an useful tool to try to assure… Expand
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