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the development and maturation of sex cells through meiosis

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Therefore, considering the similarities in the gametogenic cycles of these two species in this region, appropriate measures should be taken by the governmental organizations for better management of the carpet shell clams and other native clam beds in the region, that is, allowing harvest of the Manila clams throughout the year.
Manila clams were collected 30 times from 2 sites between April 2010 and November 2012, except during ice-cover season (December to March) for monitoring of nutritional condition, fecundity, and gametogenic development.
It is generally accepted that the gametogenic cycle in bivalves is linked closely to the seasonal cycle of storage and use of glycogen reserves.
Using this temperature, it could be possible to start a new gametogenic cycle after spawning induction in the laboratory.
Protective role of alpha-tocopherol-succinate (provitamin-E) in cyclophosphamide induced testicular gametogenic and steroidogenic disorders: A correlative approach to oxidative stress.
A detailed histological inspection of each sample was made to assess the stage of gonadal maturity and the percentage of gametogenic tissue.
The number of eggs found in each ovarian tubule (acinus), the number of mature egg number per acinus, and egg size were highest for females at this temperature, indicating increased fecundity and gametogenic maturity.
In 1997, a case of malaria was diagnosed in a patient from southern Italy and identified as probable malaria transmitted by an autochthonous mosquito that fed on a gametogenic host; information on this case was shared with public health officials in Europe to reduce the risk of reintroducing malaria into the Mediterranean basin (7).
Gametogenic cycle of Rangia cuneata (Mactridae, Mollusca) in Mobile Bay, Alabama, with comments on geographic variation.
Gametogenic activity and gonad development were generally similar among uninfected oysters and those infected by Steinhausia sp.
Another gene whose expression is modified by the composition of the diet is that of the gonadotropin-releasing hormone receptor, which among other activities regulates gametogenic and hormonal functions of the gonads (Kang et al.
Gametogenic calcification in a spinose planktonic foraminifer Globigerinoides sacculifer (Brady).
Seasonal variation in weight and biochemical composition of the Pacific oyster Crassostrea gigas in relation to the gametogenic cycle and environmental conditions of the Bizert lagoon, Tunisia.
Reproduction in the white perch (Morone americana): the annual gametogenic cycle [Masters Thesis].