The influence of increased and decreased salinity on early larvae of the mussel Mytilus edulisL. and the starfish Asterias rubensfrom the White Sea is studied. Fertilized egg cells, embryos, larvae, and yearlings of the two species were compared. Salinity tolerance changes with the stage of development of mussels and starfish. Morphological changes occurring in eggs and embryos exposed to extremely high and low salinities are reported.
Russian Journal of Marine Biology – Springer Journals
Published: Oct 16, 2004
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