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International study on Artemia : 53. Morphological study of Artemia with emphasis to Old World strains: 1. Bisexual populations
Triantaphyllidis, G.; Criel, G.R.J.; Abatzopoulos, T.J.; Sorgeloos, P. (1997). International study on Artemia : 53. Morphological study of Artemia with emphasis to Old World strains: 1. Bisexual populations. Hydrobiologia 357: 139-153
In: Hydrobiologia. Springer: Berlin. ISSN 0018-8158, more
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  • Triantaphyllidis, G.; Criel, G.R.J.; Abatzopoulos, T.J.; Sorgeloos, P. (1997). International study on Artemia : 53. Morphological study of Artemia with emphasis to Old World strains: 1. Bisexual populations, in: (1997). IZWO Coll. Rep. 27(1997). IZWO Collected Reprints, 27: pp. chapter 25 [Subsequent publication], more

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Keywords
    Artemia Leach, 1819 [WoRMS]; Brackish water

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  • Triantaphyllidis, G.
  • Criel, G.R.J., more
  • Abatzopoulos, T.J.
  • Sorgeloos, P., more

Abstract
    A detailed morphological and allometrical study was performed with adult males and females of eleven bisexual populations of brine shrimp Artemia . Multivariate procedures, discriminant and cluster analysis, allowed to separate and group together populations which exhibit great genetic similarities. The eleven populations studied form four distinct groups: the A. franciscana group, the A. tunisiana group, the A. urminiana group and a broader group which includes Eastern Old World populations. Scanning electron microscopy revealed differences in the male genital organs of an A. tunisiana population by lacking a medial protuberance in the base of the penes while the pattern of the ectodermal ridges of the brood pouch of A. urmiana markedly differed from the other populations studied.

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