Temperature effects on the egg development time and hatching success of three Acartia species (Copepoda: Calanoida) from the Strait of Malacca

Teruaki Yoshida, Ching Fong Liong, Abdul Mohamed Majid, Tatsuki Toda, Bin Haji Ross Othman

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    Teruaki Yoshida, Ching-Fong Liong, Abdul Mohamed Majid, Tatsuki Toda, and Bin Haji Ross Othman (2012) Temperature effects on the egg development time and hatching success of three Acartia species (Copepoda: Calanoida) from the Strait of Malacca. Zoological Studies 51(5): 644-654. Development times and hatching success rates at 6 temperatures (10, 14, 18, 22, 27, and 31°C) are presented for eggs of 3 congeneric Acartiid copepods, Acartia spinicauda, A. erythraea, and A. pacifica, from the Strait of Malacca, Malaysia. Egg development times of the 3 species were significantly related to the incubation temperature and each fit Bělehrádek's function. Hatching success at 10°C was the lowest (13%) and significantly differed from those at other temperatures (by an ANOVA). Average hatching success rates at 14-31°C were 61% ± 26%, 78% ± 8%, and 87% ± 8% for A. erythraea, A. pacifica, and A. spinicauda, respectively. The temperature functions for egg development times of A. erythraea, A. pacifica, and A. spinicauda were D = 294(T - 4.47)-205, D = 545(T - 1.94)-205 and D = 352(T - 4.30)-205, respectively. Values of the 'biological zero' for Acartia were significantly correlated with environmental temperatures, suggesting that differences in temperature adaptation of development rates of eggs can be described from a single parameter of the temperature response. The results observed in this study were compared to findings from previous studies performed on other Acartiid species and from other copepod genera. http://zoolstud.sinica.edu.tw/Journals/51.5/644.pdf.

    Original languageEnglish
    Pages (from-to)644-654
    Number of pages11
    JournalZoological Studies
    Volume51
    Issue number5
    Publication statusPublished - Sep 2012

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    Keywords

    • Acartia
    • Biological zero
    • Egg
    • Tropical coastal waters

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    Temperature effects on the egg development time and hatching success of three Acartia species (Copepoda : Calanoida) from the Strait of Malacca. / Yoshida, Teruaki; Liong, Ching Fong; Majid, Abdul Mohamed; Toda, Tatsuki; Othman, Bin Haji Ross.

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    Yoshida, Teruaki ; Liong, Ching Fong ; Majid, Abdul Mohamed ; Toda, Tatsuki ; Othman, Bin Haji Ross. / Temperature effects on the egg development time and hatching success of three Acartia species (Copepoda : Calanoida) from the Strait of Malacca. In: Zoological Studies. 2012 ; Vol. 51, No. 5. pp. 644-654.
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