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Asplanchna-kairomone induces life history shifts in Brachionus angularis (Rotifera)

Ling Pan, Yi-Long Xi, Jing Gu, Shan Jiang, Han Zhu and Bing-Xing Zhang

Kairomone released by higher densities of Asplanchna increased significantly the level of sexual reproduction of parental B. angularis females which might help the preys avoid the predator in time instead of facing the enemy through defenses, and the intrinsic rate of population increase that might facilitate the coexistence of preys with predators.

Ann. Limnol. - Int. J. Lim., 54 (2018) 13
DOI: 10.1051/limn/2018005

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