Diapause vs. reproductive programs: transcriptional phenotypes in Calanus finmarchicus

Petra H. Lenz, Vittoria Roncalli, Matthew C. Cieslak, Ann M. Tarrant, Ann M. Castelfranco & Daniel K. Hartline
Many arthropods undergo a seasonal dormancy termed “diapause” to optimize timing of reproduction in highly seasonal environments. In the North Atlantic, the copepod Calanus finmarchicus completes one to three generations annually with some individuals maturing into adults, while others interrupt their development to enter diapause. It is unknown which, why and when individuals enter the diapause program. Transcriptomic data from copepods on known programs were analyzed using dimensionality reduction of gene expression and functional analyses...
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