Intrinsic variability in the frequency of embryonic diapauses of the annual fish Nothobranchius korthausae, regulated by light:dark cycle and temperature

@article{Levels2004IntrinsicVI,
  title={Intrinsic variability in the frequency of embryonic diapauses of the annual fish Nothobranchius korthausae, regulated by light:dark cycle and temperature},
  author={P. Levels and J. M. Denuc{\'e}},
  journal={Environmental Biology of Fishes},
  year={2004},
  volume={22},
  pages={211-224}
}
  • P. Levels, J. M. Denucé
  • Published 2004
  • Biology
  • Environmental Biology of Fishes
  • SynopsisThe influence of the light:dark cycle and temperature on the embryonic development, especially diapause, of the annual fish Nothobranchius korthausae was investigated. The variability of the frequency of diapause II during constant L:D cycle and temperature, but at different times of the year, was also studied. In agreement with previous studies it appeared that diapause I does practically not occur in N. korthausae (and other Nothobranchius species), even under sub-optimal conditions… CONTINUE READING
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