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Succesful master thesis on hake reproduction
One of our last master students (International Master of Science Marine Biodiversity and Conservation EMBC), Cristina Gracía Fernández, has recently defended his master thesis entitled “Maternal effects on oocyte dynamic and production in European hake, Merluccius merluccius“. You can enjoy the full dephense in the following video. Nice job Cristina, congrats!
Oceanographic surveys of the DREAMER project finished and now it is time to process all the material sampled in the lab. Distribution, daily growth and trophic dynamics of hake larvae are some of the main aspects in which research team will be focusedin the coming months (AZTI / CSIC). Read More
Aplying the Oocyte Packing Density
Oocyte Packing Density is an extended autodiametric method (Kurita & Kjesbu 2009) that helps us to understand oocyte dynamics and reproductive potential specially in indeterminate fecundity fish species. Alba Serrat Llinàs, a PhD student from the University of Girona, has been in our lab giving a seminar about this topicRead More