ontogeny


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Each element has three rostral ridges at the late stages of ontogeny.
While differential proteolytic activity or transcript expression of some digestive enzymes in crustaceans occurs during ontogeny (Lovett and Felder, 1989; Lemos et al.
The scarcity of information on the early ontogeny of neotropical freshwater fish is mainly due to the difficulty of collecting samples in the wild or identifying fish eggs and larvae in their natural environments (Lopes, Oliveira, Bialetzki, & Agostinho, 2014).
Insect thermal tolerance: what is the role of ontogeny, ageing and senescence?
However, taking into account the strong development of the rostrum detected in the postnatal ontogeny of P blainvillei skull (Del Castillo et al.
Overall, these results highlight the importance of scent marking during ontogeny.
Ontogeny of the digestive tract during larval development of yellowtail flounder: a light microscopic and mucous histochemistry study.
61 A THREE DIMENSIONAL COMPARISON OF ONTOGENY IN TWO MORPHOTYPES OF CAMBRIAN AGNOSTID ARTHROPODS
The ultrastructure and ontogeny of pollen in Helleborus foetidus L.
Haeckel is credited with introducing into biology many concepts that remain viable today, including the idea that the nucleus of the cell contains hereditary material, as well as the concepts of phylogeny, ontogeny, ecology, and the stem cell.
Positive allometric growth of the head is a common feature in the early ontogeny of fish like the loricariids (Strauss 1995; Schmidt 2001), sturgeons (Snik et al.
Weak magnetic fields decrease genome activity before proliferation [6], change plant ontogeny [12], configuration of epicotyl of Triticum aestivum L.