In this study, egg clutches were collected in 2012 from red king crab in Bristol Bay, AK, and individual fecundity
was estimated to better understand the size-fecundity
Adult females fed 10% honey solution containing 20E also showed reduced fecundity
estimates were regressed against body weight and body length and paired t-tests were conducted to determine if any significant difference existed between the right and left ovary fecundity
We provided information on the occurrence of double brooding and seasonal fecundity
of pewees; knowledge of both of these aspects of breeding biology is limited for Neotropical migrants (Faaborg et al.
This species is a batch spawner with indeterminate annual fecundity
, meaning that unyolked oocytes continuously mature and are spawned throughout the reproductive season (Macchi et al.
where BF = batch fecundity
, NOSS = number of oocytes in subsample, SSW = subsample weight (range = 0.
of adults was either zero or negligible among most populations with the pronounced exception of unharvested population 21 (4.
Here we report results on reproductive indices as potential proxies for annual fecundity
variations of this herring population.
The effect of immune sera from hamsters immunized with sandfly gut and whole body extracts on the mortality and fecundity
of Phlebotomus duboscqi (Diptera: Psychodidae).
Increasing Kivircik sheep productivity by increasing lambing frequency and fecundity
is considered important in the development of Kivircik sheep production in Turkey.
She considers transcendence and love in Plato, the darker side of being and the sensibility of suffering, the lighter side of being and the sensibility of enjoyment, death and time, erotic transcendence in Levinas' early works, transcendence and desire in Totality and Infinity,erotic fecundity
, and otherwise than being.
The duration of ovipositon and post-oviposition periods as well as longevity, daily fecundity
(eggs per reproduction day) and total fecundity
(eggs during reproduction period) were recorded.