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- n. Plural form of nauplius.
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For a map of the distribution and abundance of the copepod nauplii in 1982 and in 1984, see Ellertsen et al, 1990, p. 28.
Population densities of T. japonicus nauplii were closely related to the amount of chlorella fed back, but were not related to the growth of E. intestinalis.
The proportion of nauplii, copepodites, and adults of T. japonicus was also constant during the culture period at a ratio of 28: 47: 25.
All the larvae, all the little nauplii and tornarias, all the microscopic things, the jelly-fish.
Conchostracans hatch from resting eggs as nauplii and don't develop a carapace until their third naupliar stage.
(nauplii: copepodites: adults) in the feedback culture system were constant at
Thus Fritz Müller has made the remarkable discovery that certain shrimp-like crustaceans (allied to Penus) first appear under the simple nauplius-form, and after passing through two or more zoea-stages, and then through the mysis-stage, finally acquire their mature structure: now in the whole great malacostracan order, to which these crustaceans belong, no other member is as yet known to be first developed under the nauplius-form, though many appear as zoeas; nevertheless Müller assigns reasons for his belief, that if there had been no suppression of development, all these crustaceans would have appeared as nauplii.