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Low Salinity Effects on the Fertilization and Settlement of Post Veliger Larvae in the Limpet Cellana grata
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  • Journal title : Ocean and Polar Research
  • Volume 37, Issue 1,  2015, pp.37-47
  • Publisher : Korea Institute of Ocean Science & Technology
  • DOI : 10.4217/OPR.2015.37.1.037
 Title & Authors
Low Salinity Effects on the Fertilization and Settlement of Post Veliger Larvae in the Limpet Cellana grata
Yoon, Sung-Jin; Jeong, Joo Hak; Kim, Yun-Bae;
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 Abstract
The effects of low salinity (fertilization success and larval survival) on the limpet Cellana grata were studied at early stages of development using the marine bioassay technique. It was shown that, under normal conditions for development from fertilization to the post veliger stage, the salinity must be not less than 20.0~35.0 psu. However, the fertilization rate and larval survival of C. grata was obviously reduced at 5.0 psu and 10.0 psu, respectively. Mass mortality was estimated to occur at <20.0 psu (48-h $EC_{50}
 Keywords
limpet Cellana grata;low salinity effect;fertilization;post veliger larva;larval settlement;
 Language
Korean
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