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In secretory cells of the vertebrate floor plate and subcommissural organ are descendant of an ontogenetically ancient type of radial glial cells.
The main objective of the project were to collect and process various different populations of selected benthic species to determine, in combination with existing research, the following:
To examine the effect of light intensity on swimming activity in Krill.
The main objective was to study the basic mechanism of ciliary upstream-collecting on a selected marine invertebrate.
Variation in primary sex characters of wrasse in relation to reproduction strategy and environmental conditions:
Five French Scientists orginating from the Observatoire Océnologique de Banyals, stayed at the Kristineberg Marine Station during two weeks.
To examine the way in which light intensity and spectrum affects the swimming behaviour and activity of the pelagic euphausiid Meganyctiphanes norvegica.
The project is part of a large comparative study on the evolution of the development of crutaceans, mainly malacostracans (higher crustaceans).