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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!
Histology in cephalopods reproductive studies
“Contrasting macroscopic maturity staging with histological characteristics of the gonads in female Octopus vulgaris” is the title of the last paper (published in Hydrobiologia) in which we have colaborated. Although we do not participate as coauthors, The Fisheries Ecology Group (CSIC) allowed the author to use image analyzer, and weRead More