Effects of Embryonic Exposure to Salinity Stress or Hypoxia on Post-metamorphic Growth and Survival of the Polychaete Capitella teleta.

Pechenik, Jan A.
Chaparro, Oscar R.
Pilnick, Aaron.
Karp, Melissa.
Acquafredda, Michael.
Burns, Robert.
2016

Although a good number of studies have investigated the impact of larval experience on aspects of post-metamorphic performance, only a few have considered the potential impact of stresses experienced by brooded embryos. In this study we separately investigated the impact of salinity stress (as low as 10) and hypoxia (1 ml O2 l−1) experienced by brooded embryos of the deposit-feeding polychaete Cap... read more

Subjects
Salinity.
Eggs--Incubation.
Polychaeta.
Hypoxia (Water)
Tufts University. Department of Biology.
Permanent URL
http://hdl.handle.net/10427/010569
Original publication
Jan A. Pechenik, Oscar R. Chaparro, Aaron Pilnick, Melissa Karp, Michael Acquafredda, and Robert Burns, "Effects of Embryonic Exposure to Salinity Stress or Hypoxia on Post-metamorphic Growth and Survival of the Polychaete Capitella teleta," The Biological Bulletin 231, no. 2 (October 2016): 103-112. DOI: 10.1086/690090.
ID: tufts:19589
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