Temperature-Induced Phenotypic Plasticity in Aphanius arakensis Teimori, Esmaeili, Gholami, Zarei, & Reichenbacher, 2012 (Teleostei: Aphaniidae)

Hadi Poorbagher [1] , Soheil Eagderi [2] , Aref Pirbeigi [3]

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This study was conducted to examine the effects of different thermal conditions on the body shape of Aphanius arakensis, a

eurythermal species in Iranian inland waters. The specimens were collected from Eshtehard Shoor River, Iran, transferred to

the laboratory, and exposed to 22ÅãC, 25ÅãC, and 28ÅãC for 2 months. After this period, the specimens were photographed and

landmark points were digitized on the 2D pictures. The extracted coordinates of the landmark points were superimposed

using the generalized procrustes analysis to remove the effects of size, rotation, and translation. Canonical variate analysis and

Mahalanobis distance followed by permutation multivariate analysis of variance were used to discriminate the shapes of the

specimens exposed to the three temperatures. The results indicated that the shape of A. arakensis was significantly affected

by temperature in both males and females. The specimens exposed to 25ÅãC and 28ÅãC had similar shapes but dissimilar shapes

compared to those exposed to 22ÅãC. Those exposed to 22ÅãC had shorter head and tail regions and upper position of eyes.

Males and females showed similar changes to temperature variations.

Morphometrics, phenotypic plasticity, environmental factors, tooth carp
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Konular Yaşam Bilimleri
Dergi Bölümü Araştırma Makaleleri
Yazarlar

Yazar: Hadi Poorbagher
Kurum: University of Tehran, Faculty of Natural Resources, Department of Fisheries, Karaj, Iran

Yazar: Soheil Eagderi (Sorumlu Yazar)
Kurum: University of Tehran, Faculty of Natural Resources, Department of Fisheries
Ülke: Iran


Yazar: Aref Pirbeigi
Kurum: University of Tehran, Faculty of Natural Resources, Department of Fisheries, Karaj, Iran

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APA Poorbagher, H , Eagderi, S , Pirbeigi, A . (). Temperature-Induced Phenotypic Plasticity in Aphanius arakensis Teimori, Esmaeili, Gholami, Zarei, & Reichenbacher, 2012 (Teleostei: Aphaniidae). European Journal of Biology, 76 (1), 1-6. DOI: 10.5152/EurJBiol.2017.1701
MLA Poorbagher, H , Eagderi, S , Pirbeigi, A . "Temperature-Induced Phenotypic Plasticity in Aphanius arakensis Teimori, Esmaeili, Gholami, Zarei, & Reichenbacher, 2012 (Teleostei: Aphaniidae)". European Journal of Biology 76 (): 1-6 <http://www.dergipark.gov.tr/iufsjb/issue/33412/371528>
Chicago Poorbagher, H , Eagderi, S , Pirbeigi, A . "Temperature-Induced Phenotypic Plasticity in Aphanius arakensis Teimori, Esmaeili, Gholami, Zarei, & Reichenbacher, 2012 (Teleostei: Aphaniidae)". European Journal of Biology 76 (): 1-6
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ISNAD Poorbagher, Hadi , Eagderi, Soheil , Pirbeigi, Aref . "Temperature-Induced Phenotypic Plasticity in Aphanius arakensis Teimori, Esmaeili, Gholami, Zarei, & Reichenbacher, 2012 (Teleostei: Aphaniidae)". European Journal of Biology 76 / 1 1-6. http://dx.doi.org/10.5152/EurJBiol.2017.1701