Morphometric analysis of 24 populations of Artemia brine shrimps from lakes of Western Siberia and the Urals was performed during the growing season of 2010. Differentiation among these populations was revealed, with the level of total water mineralization being the main differentiating factor. Fluctuating asymmetry in the number of setae on the right and left branches of the furca was observed in the brine shrimps. Its level showed a tendency to decrease with an increase in total water mineralization in the lakes.
Russian Journal of Ecology – Springer Journals
Published: Jul 5, 2012
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