2018
DOI: 10.1590/1678-4162-9431 View full text |Buy / Rent full text
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Abstract: Studies on reproduction in sea turtles are important due to its life cycle, migratory patterns, high juvenile mortality and environmental impacts. This study aimed to analyse histomorphometrically gonads of C. mydas from the coastline of the Espírito Santo State, Brazil. Ovaries and testicles were collected between 2014 and 2015 from stranded animals. The material was fixed in formalin 10%, assessed macroscopically and processed for histomorphometrical evaluation. Gonads from 34 individuals were evaluated, twe… Show more

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“…The significant relationship between female size (body mass and plastron length) and left ovary length suggested that the gonadal growth was concomitant with the body growth, and supported the existence of a positive relationship between brood size and female size as described in other species (Ceriani & Wyneken 2008, Delgado 2006, Velasquez & Vogt 2011, Failla et al 2018), but different from sea turtles (Hamann et al2003) and C. mydas juveniles Rosa (2005Rosa ( , 2009.…”
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“…The significant relationship between female size (body mass and plastron length) and left ovary length suggested that the gonadal growth was concomitant with the body growth, and supported the existence of a positive relationship between brood size and female size as described in other species (Ceriani & Wyneken 2008, Delgado 2006, Velasquez & Vogt 2011, Failla et al 2018), but different from sea turtles (Hamann et al2003) and C. mydas juveniles Rosa (2005Rosa ( , 2009.…”
Section: Discussionsupporting