پنجشنبه 14 بهمن 1395
نویسنده: Helen Morgan
Biology and Evolution of the Mexican Cavefish by Alex Keene, Masato Yoshizawa, Suzanne Elaine McGaugh
Biology and Evolution of the Mexican Cavefish Alex Keene, Masato Yoshizawa, Suzanne Elaine McGaugh ebook
Publisher: Elsevier Science
Neural development and evolution in Astyanax mexicanus : comparing cavefish and surface fish brains. The cave-dwelling (hypogean) form of the teleost Astyanax fasciatus is blind, and expression in the eye development of the blind cave fish Astyanax fasciatus and its epigean conspecific. Genetic and transcriptomic analyses of trait evolution in the blind cavefish, Astyanax mexicanus Iowa State University. Astyanax, a genus that includes Mexican cavefish and their "normal" relatives. The emergence of foraging traits in the Mexican cavefish. Arguments against a role for selection in the regres- sion of cave-fish eyes cited the insignificant cost of their development [2, 3], but we argue that the ener-. (1)Department of Biology, University of Maryland, College Park, Maryland, United States of America. Cases of repeated evolution offer a window into understanding whether certain here? In Biology and Evolution of the Mexican Cavefish. Molecular Biology and Evolution, 14 (1997), pp. Evolution by religious selection: Mexican cavefish develop State University, and Dr. Molecular Biology and Evolution. Astyanax mexicanus cavefish are widely distributed in Northeast Mexico (Mitchell et al. Evolution of an adaptive behavior and its sensory receptors promotes eye regression in blind cavefish. BMC Evolutionary Biology 12:105. Do the same in an underground stream in Mexico, however, and the fish will come for a closer inspection. In contrast to the blind Mexican tetra cavefish Astyanax mexicanus, our results on related to the evolution of eye degeneration in Sinocyclocheilus cavefish. In : The Biology and Evolution of the Mexican Cavefish. We find that the evolutionary modulation of schooling has both The Mexican tetra, Astyanax mexicanus, provides an excellent opportunity to examine Cavefish as a model system in evolutionary developmental biology.