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Biol Open (2021) 10 (4): bio058593.
Published: 15 April 2021
...N. Rossi; G. Lopez Juri; M. Chiaraviglio; G. Cardozo ABSTRACT Global warming is affecting biodiversity; however, the extent to which animal reproductive processes respond to predicted temperature increments remains largely unexplored. The thermal environment has a pronounced impact on metabolic...
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Biol Open (2020) 9 (7): bio047779.
Published: 21 July 2020
...Ewa Babkiewicz; Michał Bazała; Paulina Urban; Piotr Maszczyk; Magdalena Markowska; Z. Maciej Gliwicz ABSTRACT Numerous studies have indicated that temperature improves the visual capabilities of different ectotherms, including a variety of fish species. However, none of these studies has directly...
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Biol Open (2019) 8 (7): bio039461.
Published: 25 July 2019
...Miriam Fenkes; John L. Fitzpatrick; Holly A. Shiels; Robert L. Nudds ABSTRACT Temperature is a ubiquitous environmental factor affecting physiological processes of ectotherms. Due to the effects of climate change on global air and water temperatures, predicting the impacts of changes...
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Biol Open (2018) 7 (12): bio036319.
Published: 29 November 2018
...’; an electronic audio amplifier connected to a pair of electrodes as described elsewhere ( Silva et al., 2003 ). The experiments were conducted during the non-breeding season at the peri-equinox period, under a natural light-dark cycle of 12:12. Periodic light and temperature measures were taken each 30 min...
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Biol Open (2018) 7 (9): bio036079.
Published: 3 September 2018
... was performed on lumpfish acclimated to 3, 9 or 15°C. Higher temperatures were also attempted, but at 18°C their behaviour became erratic and 15% of the fish died over 3 weeks of acclimation. Water current tolerance was assessed in two size classes (∼75 g and ∼300 g) both with and without the ability...
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Biol Open (2018) 7 (6): bio032888.
Published: 25 June 2018
... in water temperature may dramatically change migratory seahorse behavior and physiology. The present study investigated the behavioral and physiological responses of the lined seahorse Hippocampus erectus under thermal stress and evaluated the potential effects of different temperatures on its reproduction...
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Biol Open (2016) 5 (8): 1111–1117.
Published: 18 July 2016
...Mark Leaver; Simone Kienle; Maria L. Begasse; Ralf J. Sommer; Anthony A. Hyman ABSTRACT Temperature is a stress factor that varies temporally and spatially, and can affect the fitness of cold-blooded organisms, leading to a loss of reproductive output; however, little is understood about...
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Biol Open (2016) 5 (4): 507–518.
Published: 30 March 2016
...Cuinan Wu; Mengyi Wang; Zhihui Cheng; Huanwen Meng ABSTRACT This research was conducted to evaluate the effect of temperature and photoperiod treatments on the bolting and bulb formation of three local garlic cultivars (cvs) in two consecutive years. Naturally vernalized plants of cvs G107, G025...
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Biol Open (2015) 4 (12): 1671–1678.
Published: 6 November 2015
... to increase our understanding of how environmental factors such as temperature and nutrition affects cod larvae development. Data on larvae growth and development were used together with nuclear magnetic resonance. The NMR data indicated that the temperature influenced the metabolome of the larvae...
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Biol Open (2015) 4 (11): 1549–1557.
Published: 30 October 2015
... alterations to the interpulse intervals. Our results suggest that both the clock and light/dark cycles have input into the interpulse intervals of these vibrations. We wondered if we could alter the interpulse intervals by other means, and found that ambient temperature also had a strong effect. However...
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Biol Open (2015) 4 (4): 547–552.
Published: 6 March 2015
... changes in temperature, which can alter predator-prey relationships, can impact juvenile survival and have amplified consequences at the population level. To understand how temperature may impact juvenile survival and gain insight into their success as an invasive species, we researched the effect...
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Biol Open (2012) 1 (9): 897–903.
Published: 20 July 2012
...Lesley A. Alton; Craig E. Franklin Summary For the embryos and tadpoles of amphibian species, exposure to ultraviolet-B radiation (UVBR) can be lethal, or cause a variety of sublethal effects. Low temperatures enhance the detrimental effects of UVBR and this is most likely because the enzyme...