Parent–egg–progeny Relationships in Teleost Fishes: An Energetics Perspective

@article{Kamler2006ParenteggprogenyRI,
  title={Parent–egg–progeny Relationships in Teleost Fishes: An Energetics Perspective},
  author={Ewa Kamler},
  journal={Reviews in Fish Biology and Fisheries},
  year={2006},
  volume={15},
  pages={399-421}
}
Age-related variations in chemical composition of egg matter were found in females in some studies, but they do not seem to be a universal phenomenon. In contrast, egg size can be well predicted from female age. The relationship has a parabolic shape, but the predicted size decrease of eggs from old females has not always been documented. Female size is an important contributor to egg size, both at intra- and inter-specific levels. Dependence of fecundity on body size has usually been described… CONTINUE READING
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