Brood chamber isolation during salinity stress in two estuarine mollusk species: from a protective nursery to a dangerous prison.

Pechenik, Jan A.
Chaparro, Oscar R.
Segura, Cristian J.
Montory, Jaime A.
Navarro, Jorge M.
2009

Faced with environmental stress, the females of many marine invertebrate species can isolate their brood chambers from the external environment for prolonged periods. Although brood chambers have therefore typically been assumed to protect the brooded embryos, the effects of continued isolation on conditions within brood chambers have not been examined. In the present research, we investigated the... read more

Subjects
Eggs--Incubation.
Mollusks.
Tufts University. Department of Biology.
Permanent URL
http://hdl.handle.net/10427/010572
Original publication
Chaparro OR, Segura CJ, Montory JA, Navarro JM, Pechenik JA (2009) Brood chamber isolation during salinity stress in two estuarine mollusk species: from a protective nursery to a dangerous prison. Mar Ecol Prog Ser 374:145-155. https://doi.org/10.3354/meps07777.
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