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Reproductive energetics endocrinology and population dynamics of nephtys caeca and nephtys hombergi



Reproductive energetics endocrinology and population dynamics of nephtys caeca and nephtys hombergi



Marine Biology (Berlin) 88(3): 235-246



An investigation of gametogenetic cycles and spawning success in populations of Nephtys caeca and N. hombergi from the River Tyne estuary, North Shields, England [UK], in relation to production of gonadotrophic (GH) and spawning hormones (SH) has been made, based on data collected from 1978-1984. The data show that a consistent pattern of gametogenesis and efficient spawning occurs in populations of N. caeca in north-east England, but that the reproductive cycle of N. hombergi is erratic. Premature oosorption and gametogenic failure in this latter species is associated with a low level of GH production. Following high levels of GH production, gravid females sometimes fail to spawn owing to the non-release of SH. The reproductive energetics and reproductive success of N. caeca and N. hombergi are described in relation to the observed patterns of endocrine activity and the consequent changes in population structure.

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