2007
DOI: 10.1590/s1676-06032007000200008
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Abstract: The experiments carried out with S. lacustris showed that the temperature plays a role of importance in the rate of asexual reproduction, as for the number of zooids produced by individual, as well as to the size reached by them. On the other hand, it would regulate the rate of growth and the sexual reproduction, giving place to the maturity of the individuals when temperature increases. The life time of the immature individuals was estimated in 15 days, being this independent of the temperature used in the cu… Show more

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