Hypoxia affects sex differentiation and development, leading to a male-dominated population in zebrafish Danio rerio. Comparative analysis of CNVRs in four zebrafish families. In addition, the response to these environmental factors seems to differ between families indicating that influence of rearing density on sex ratio is most likely conferred by the genotype of the fish.
Such a wide-ranging sex ratio among the families would be highly unusual for a predominantly sex chromosomal system. Environmental factors have limited influence on zebrafish sex ratio Temperature is the most commonly studied environmental cue for sex determination.
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Holleley concedes 11 dragons is a small sample size, so she and colleagues will continue and expand their research. In the past, scientists have shown in the lab that hot temperatures can switch that natural chromosome-based gender. Apple's new iPad is blazingly fast, gorgeous to look at, and quite simply the best tablet out there - and for a lot of people, probably the best computer out there.
As preliminary tests have confirmed the accuracy of our procedure, no technical replicates were used for reasons of cost-efficiency. Combining field data from adult lizards with controlled breeding experiments chemical analyses showed eleven individuals found towards the warmer end of the species' range had a male set of chromosomes - but were actually female.
For each experiment the overall sex ratios varied, but both showed about a twenty percent increase in male percentage in populations with starting densities of fish per 1. Zebrafish sex determination and differentiation: involvement of FTZ-F1 genes.
The aCGH results suggest that the possibility for highly differentiated, heteromorphic sex chromosomes in the zebrafish genome is quite low.