Reproductive Biology of Crustaceans: Case Studies of Decapod Crustaceans
Science Publishers, Jan 4, 2008 - Science - 565 pages
Crustaceans adapt to a wide variety of habitats and ways of life. They have a complex physiological structure particularly with regard to the processes of growth (molting), metabolic regulation, and reproduction. Crustaceans are ideal as model organisms for the study of endocrine disruption and stress physiology in aquatic invertebrates. This book is an overview of the extensive research that has taken place over the recent years on issues of crustacean reproduction.
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Phylogeny Biology and Ecology of Crustaceans
Aspects on Population and Aquaculture
Reproduction of Crustaceans in Relation to Fisheries
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abdomen acid Adiyodi adult American lobster androgenic gland animals appendages Aquacult Aquaculture Aquat behaviour Biochem Biol Brachyura breeding broodstock captivity carapace Carcinus maenas Caridea clawed Comp copulation crab crayfish crustaceans culture decapod decapod crustaceans diet ecdysis ecdysteroids Ecol edwardsii effect eggs environmental European lobster exoskeleton eyestalk ablation factors fecundity feed female fertilization Fish fisheries freshwater prawn gammarus gene genome gonad growth Hartnoll hatch hemolymph hormone invertebrates isopod japonicus Jasus juvenile krill larvae levels lipid Litopenaeus vannamei lobster Homarus americanus Macrobrachium rosenbergii male marine markers mating methyl farnesoate microsatellite mitochondrial molecular molt cycle morphometric moult Nephrops nutrition oocytes organisms ovary pair Panulirus penaeid penaeid shrimp Penaeus monodon pereiopods pleopods polymorphic prawn production protein reproductive biology reproductive cycle Sagi setiferus sexual maturity shrimp spawning species sperm spermatophores spiny lobster stage strategies structure studies stylirostris temperature variation vitellogenesis vitellogenin Zool