Effects of Temperature on Gene Expression and Sex Determination in the Mangrove Rivulus, Kryptolebias marmoratus

@inproceedings{Strykowski2011EffectsOT,
  title={Effects of Temperature on Gene Expression and Sex Determination in the Mangrove Rivulus, Kryptolebias marmoratus},
  author={Jennifer L. Strykowski},
  year={2011}
}
Title of Document: EFFECTS OF TEMPERATURE ON GENE EXPRESSION AND SEX DETERMINATION IN THE MANGROVE RIVULUS, KRYPTOLEBIAS MARMORATUS Jennifer Strykowski, Master of Science 2011 Directed by: Assistant Professor Dr. Edward F. Orla ndo, Department of Animal and Avian Sciences Rivulus is a hermaphroditic, self-fertilizing fish pecies that possesses an ovotestis and, in the wild, exist as androdioecious populations compr ised of hermaphrodites and males. Following embryonic incubation at an ambient… CONTINUE READING

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