Structural characteristics of gonadal development and hermaphroditic phenomenon in freshwater pearl mussel, Sinohyriopisis schlegelii (Hyriopisis schlegelii).

@article{Wu2017StructuralCO,
  title={Structural characteristics of gonadal development and hermaphroditic phenomenon in freshwater pearl mussel, Sinohyriopisis schlegelii (Hyriopisis schlegelii).},
  author={Di Wu and Jianwu Shi and Kou Peng and Junqing Sheng and Junhua Wang and Binhua Wang and Yijiang Hong},
  journal={Tissue & cell},
  year={2017},
  volume={49 3},
  pages={
          440-446
        }
}
The period of gonads development was first studied from one to five years in the freshwater pearl mussel Hyriopisis schlegelii. It lasted for 36 months and was divided into three main stages: initiation of gonad formation, a stable growth phase, and a reproductive cell development phase. Each reproductive cycle consisted of five stages: proliferative stage (from late January to late February), growth stage (from late February to late March), maturation stage, spawning stage (from early April to… CONTINUE READING
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