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Induction of settlement and metamorphosis of planktonic molluscan (Haliotis) larvae. III. Signaling by metabolites of intact algae is dependent on contact

Morse, Daniel E. and Tegner, Mia and Duncan, Helen and Hooker, Neal and Trevelyan, George and Cameron, Andrew (1980) Induction of settlement and metamorphosis of planktonic molluscan (Haliotis) larvae. III. Signaling by metabolites of intact algae is dependent on contact. In: Chemical signals: vertebrates and aquatic invertebrates. Vol.1. Springer , New York, pp. 67-86. ISBN 978-1-4684-1029-7. https://resolver.caltech.edu/CaltechAUTHORS:20121203-151118748

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Abstract

Classical models of chemical signaling mechanisms which govern various aspects of the behavior, reproduction and development of animals in aqueous environments have been based largely upon well-characterized systems of chemoreception, chemotaxis and chemosensory behavior in response to concentration gradients of freely diffusible chemical inducers in aqueous or gaseous media (see, for example, Grant and Mackie, 1974; Shorey, 1976). In contrast, we recently have identified a mechanism of chemical signaling and induction governing the behavioral and developmental metamorphosis of certain planktonic molluscan larvae which is mediated, at least in part, by contact-dependent recognition of covalently complexed (or sequestered) non-diffusing algal metabolites.


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Cameron, Andrew0000-0003-3947-6041
Additional Information:© 1980 Springer-Verlag US. This work was supported by grants from the U.S. Department of Commerce NOAA Sea Grant Program #04-6-158-44021-R/NP-1A and #04-7-158-44121-R/NP-1A, and assistance from the Marine Science Institute of the University of California at Santa Barbara.
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U.S. Department of Commerce NOAA Sea Grant Program04-6-158-44021-R/NP-1A
U.S. Department of Commerce NOAA Sea Grant Program04-7-158-44121-R/NP-1A
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Official Citation:Morse, D., M. Tegner, et al. (1980). Induction of Settling and Metamorphosis of Planktonic Molluscan (Haliotis) Larvae. III: Signaling by Metabolites of Intact Algae is Dependent on Contact. Chemical Signals. D. Müller-Schwarze and R. Silverstein, Springer US: 67-86.
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