Detecting effects of developmental mode variation on population genetic stability
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Kesäniemi, Jenni (University of Jyväskylä, 2012)
Hsu, Bin‐Yan; Pakanen, Veli‐Matti; Boner, Winnie; Doligez, Blandine; Eeva, Tapio; Groothuis, Ton G. G.; Korpimäki, Erkki; Laaksonen, Toni; Lelono, Asmoro; Monaghan, Pat; Sarraude, Tom; Thomson, Robert L.; Tolvanen, Jere; Tschirren, Barbara; Vásquez, Rodrigo A.; Ruuskanen, Suvi (Wiley-Blackwell, 2022)1. In vertebrates, thyroid hormones (THs) play an important role in the regulation of growth, development, metabolism, photoperiodic responses and migration. Maternally transferred THs are important for normal early-phase ...
Beck, Samantha V.; Räsänen, Katja; Kristjánsson, Bjarni K.; Skúlason, Skúli; Jónsson, Zophonías O.; Tsinganis, Markos; Leblanc, Camille A. (Wiley, 2022)Maternal effects have the potential to alter early developmental processes of offspring and contribute to adaptive diversification. Egg size is a major contributor to offspring phenotype, which can influence developmental ...
Thonig, Anne; Banta, Gary Thomas; Hansen, Benni Winding; Knott, Emily (John Wiley & Sons Ltd, 2017)Poecilogonous species show variation in developmental mode, with larvae that differ both morphologically and ecologically. The spionid polychaete Pygospio elegans shows variation in developmental mode not only between ...
Supplementary data for: Improved camouflage through ontogenetic colour change confers reduced detection risk in shore crabs Nokelainen, Ossi; Maynes, Ruth; Mynott, Sara; Price, Natasha; Stevens, Martin (University of Jyväskylä, Open Science Centre. firstname.lastname@example.org, 2019)Many animals change appearance with age but the reasons why are rarely tested. Common shore crabs (Carcinus maenas), for example, are known for their ability to change colour over time. Young crabs show remarkable variation ...