Coral Larvae Every Day: Leptastrea purpurea, a Brooding Species That Could Accelerate Coral Research
Sexually produced larvae are used in various fields of coral research. Because the vast majority of scleractinians reproduces only on one or few occasions per year through simultaneous release of gametes, and because an ex situ spawning induction is still very hard to achieve, great efforts are requ...
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