Rapid gill development in coral reef fishes supports the 'ionoregulatory first' hypothesis

This dataset contains measurements of oxygen uptake rates, histological morphometrics, and immunoreactive cell metrics in Acanthochromis polyacanthus and Amphiprion melanopus throughout their embryonic development. Data includes: histological morphometrics (i.e., structure becomes apparent), oxygen uptake rates (eaverage oxygen uptake rates), immunoreactive density data (yolksac and trunk), immunoreactive cell size data (yolksac and trunk), and immunoreactive gill density (density estimates). 

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    Data record related to this publication Rapid gill development in coral reef fishes supports the 'ionoregulatory first' hypothesis
    Data Publication title Rapid gill development in coral reef fishes supports the 'ionoregulatory first' hypothesis
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    This dataset contains measurements of oxygen uptake rates, histological morphometrics, and immunoreactive cell metrics in Acanthochromis polyacanthus and Amphiprion melanopus throughout their embryonic development. Data includes: histological morphometrics (i.e., structure becomes apparent), oxygen uptake rates (eaverage oxygen uptake rates), immunoreactive density data (yolksac and trunk), immunoreactive cell size data (yolksac and trunk), and immunoreactive gill density (density estimates). 

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    • oxygen hypothesis
    • gas exchange
    • metabolic rate
    • ionocytes
    • ontogeny
    • embryo
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    Tropical Ecosystems, Conservation and Climate Change
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    • 06 - Biological Sciences
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  • Start Date 2016/10/01
  • End Date 2019/05/31
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    • James Cook University, Townsville
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    The data will be licensed under CC BY: Attribution 3.0 AU
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      Leteisha Prescott
    Citation Prescott, Leteisha (2020): Rapid gill development in coral reef fishes supports the 'ionoregulatory first' hypothesis. James Cook University. https://doi.org/10.25903/5e689220aa49a