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Effect of oxygen conditions on intracapsular development in two calyptraeid species with different modes of larval development
(John Wiley & Sons, 2008-09-25)
Oxygen availability in the aggregation of offspring has been shown to be a critical fac- tor affecting the survival and development of embryos in aquatic systems. It is not yet known, how- ever, to what extent the capacity ...
Limiting factors to encapsulation: the combined effects of dissolved protein and oxygen availability on embryonic growth and survival of species with contrasting feeding strategies
(The Company of Biologist, 2009)
Encapsulation is a common strategy among marine invertebrate species. It has been shown that oxygen and food availability independently constrain embryo development during intracapsular development. However, it is unclear ...