EFFECTS OF NUTRITION-MEDIATED LARVAL CONDITION ON JUVENILE PERFORMANCE IN A MARINE MUSSEL

@article{Phillips2002EFFECTSON,
  title={EFFECTS OF NUTRITION-MEDIATED LARVAL CONDITION ON JUVENILE PERFORMANCE IN A MARINE MUSSEL},
  author={N. Phillips},
  journal={Ecology},
  year={2002},
  volume={83},
  pages={2562-2574}
}
The potential for long-lasting effects of larval experience on early juvenile stages is growing in recognition as an important aspect of the ecology of organisms with complex life cycles. For marine species, most studies of recruitment have focused on the numbers of settlers that arrive to a site, largely ignoring the potential variability in larval condition or quality and how such variability may influence the likelihood of recruitment success. In this study, I investigated the effect of… Expand
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