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Gonadal development, changes in the germinal epithelium and the duration of each reproductive cycle vary according to climatic conditions.
During the study of the species' reproductive cycle, adult specimens (19.67 [+ or -] 0.99 mm) were collected when spawning was observed in the field, and then were taken to the laboratory and kept in trays until spawning.
This suggests some geographic variation in the reproductive cycle of C.
By installing in phases, the reproductive cycle of corals could be better understood.
The reproductive cycle of the jay seemingly coincides with the ripening of the seed crops of the pine; likewise, the pine depends on the jay for the dissemination of its seeds.
An understanding of the reproductive cycle of scallops is important for effective management of commercially important species, and much that is learnt of the processes that regulate reproductive physiology can be applied to the commercial culture of scallops (Beninger 1987).
In this work, a variation of 52 days in the duration of the reproductive cycle was observed, that is, from flowering to fruit maturation in plants from municipalities of Tres Passos and Guabiju, with duration of 95 and 147 days, respectively.
She obtains calcium and protein needed for this stage in her reproductive cycle from the animal
To address this bottleneck, the aim of this study was to determine seasonal fluctuations in the reproductive cycle of 5.
In view of the lack of information concerning the effect of thiram on pigeon reproduction, the current study has been undertaken to investigate the possible effects of thiram on reproductive cycle of domestic male pigeon (Columba livia domestica).
The rally would be held in mid-June, a time period coinciding with the reproductive cycle of four species of wild birds nesting in the area.
They will go to reproductive cycle, feeding on crops, thereby damaging and lowering the yield,' she said.

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