2 edition of Reproduction, genetics and distribution of marine organisms found in the catalog.
Reproduction, genetics and distribution of marine organisms
European Marine Biology Symposium (23rd 1988 Swansea, Wales)
|Statement||edited by John S. Ryland & Paul A. Tyler.|
|Series||International symposium series|
|Contributions||Ryland, J. S., Tyler, Paul A.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 469 p. :|
|Number of Pages||469|
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Reproduction, genetics and distribution of marine organisms — First published in Subjects Congresses, Genetic aspects, Genetic aspects of Marine animals, Geographical distribution, Marine animals, ReproductionPages: Reproduction, genetics and distributions of marine organisms: 23rd European Marine Biology Symposium, School of Biological Sciences, University of Wales, Swansea Author: J S Ryland.
Marine Organisms: Genetics, Ecology, and Evolution (Nato Conference Series (2)) th Edition by John C. Beardmore (Editor), Bruno Battaglia (Editor) ISBN Ryland, John S.
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The book will be helpful to marine scientists and biologists, reproduction researchers, and developmental biologists. Show less Reproduction of Marine Invertebrates, Volume III: Annelids and Echiurans illustrates the importance of annelids and echiurans in the evolution of reproductive mechanisms and in the ecology of the sea.
Marine Genetics. Our current knowledge of marine organisms and the factors affecting their ecology, distribution and evolution has been revolutionised by the use, in the last 20 years, of molecular population genetics tools.
This book is the result of a meeting of world-leading experts, in Rio de Janeiro, where the state of the art of this field was reviewed. Most marine organisms have a large dispersal potential, either through the movement of adults, or through the dispersal of larvae by ocean circulation, potentially crossing hundreds to thousands.
Reproductive patterns of ecosystem engineers play a crucial role in determining the structure, function, and distribution of all kinds of marine animal forests at different scales.
Distribution In the Ocean. As with the global distribution of marine organisms, lives in the ocean are not evenly distributed throughout the ocean either, and are mostly controlled by the abiotic factors of marine environment such as temperature, salinity and light availability ore, oceans could be divided into three general zones which are euphotoic, twilight and deep sea zones 4.
The response of marine organisms that inhabit the upper ocean to an increased flux of ultraviolet radiation due to depletion of stratospheric ozone is only now beginning to be studied (e.g., Cullen et al., ). Marine organisms respond to environmental cues by behavioral, physiological, immunological, humoral, and genetic mechanisms.
Biography. Author Michael G. Milgroom has been a pioneer and leading researcher in the population genetics and population biology of plant pathogens for nearly 30 years. He has also taught this subject extensively at the graduate level for more than 20 years.
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Interference with normal reproduction of organisms YOU MIGHT ALSO LIKE Chapter 37 terms. Nato Advanced Study Research Institute on Genetics, Evolution, and Ecology of Marine Organisms ( Fondazione Giorgio Cini). Marine organisms. New York: Plenum Press, © (OCoLC) Material Type: Conference publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: B Battaglia; John A Beardmore.
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