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Re: Sex Ratio "Experiment"
>In a message dated 10/28/00 4:38:00 PM, dkarpawi at indiana_edu writes:
><< Well, that doesn't constitute evidence that temperature, pH, TDS are not
>important in some cases. >>
>One layman's $0.02 worth. Does anyone know at what stage the sex of killifish
>is determined? If it is during spawning, incubation, hatching, rearing or
>adolescence makes a big difference on which experiments to run. The anecdotal
>evidence of Paul W.(?) suggests adolescence.
No, we don't. That's exactly the point. the idea would be to take
measurements at all those stages or a subset to see where the differences
make the biggest difference.
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