Longevity in maternal transmission of isotopic marks in a tropical freshwater rainbowfish and the implications for offspring morphology
Transgenerational marking is increasingly being used to study the early life history, biology and ecology of fishes. However, the timeframe over which the injected enriched stable isotopes remain in the mother and are passed onto her offspring is largely
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