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European Eels ... the Story of their (tough) Life

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European Eels ... the Story of their (tough) Life. / Adriaens, Dominique; De Meyer, Jens; Christiaens, Joachim ; Belpaire, Claude; Sam, Van Wassenbergh; Herrel, Anthony; Tomkiewicz, Jonna; Lauesen, Peter; Maes, Gregory ; Dirks, Ron; Boeckx, Pascal; Bervoets, Lieven; Covaci, Adrian; Malarvannan, Govindan; Okamura, Akihiro; Dhaene, Jelle; Van Hoorebeke, Luc; De Kegel, Barbara.

Abstracts The Joint Meeting of Ichthyologists and Herpetologists, Austin 2017. Austin Texas, 2017. 0015.

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Adriaens, D, De Meyer, J, Christiaens, J, Belpaire, C, Sam, VW, Herrel, A, Tomkiewicz, J, Lauesen, P, Maes, G, Dirks, R, Boeckx, P, Bervoets, L, Covaci, A, Malarvannan, G, Okamura, A, Dhaene, J, Van Hoorebeke, L & De Kegel, B 2017, European Eels ... the Story of their (tough) Life. in Abstracts The Joint Meeting of Ichthyologists and Herpetologists, Austin 2017., 0015, Austin Texas, 2017 Joint Meeting of Ichthyologists and Herpetologists., Austin, Verenigde Staten van Amerika, 12/07/17.

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Adriaens, D., De Meyer, J., Christiaens, J., Belpaire, C., Sam, V. W., Herrel, A., ... De Kegel, B. (2017). European Eels ... the Story of their (tough) Life. In Abstracts The Joint Meeting of Ichthyologists and Herpetologists, Austin 2017 [0015] Austin Texas.

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Adriaens, Dominique ; De Meyer, Jens ; Christiaens, Joachim ; Belpaire, Claude ; Sam, Van Wassenbergh ; Herrel, Anthony ; Tomkiewicz, Jonna ; Lauesen, Peter ; Maes, Gregory ; Dirks, Ron ; Boeckx, Pascal ; Bervoets, Lieven ; Covaci, Adrian ; Malarvannan, Govindan ; Okamura, Akihiro ; Dhaene, Jelle ; Van Hoorebeke, Luc ; De Kegel, Barbara. / European Eels ... the Story of their (tough) Life. Abstracts The Joint Meeting of Ichthyologists and Herpetologists, Austin 2017. Austin Texas, 2017.

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abstract = "Several species of Anguilla eels are known for their spectacular life history, with a cross Atlantic migration as they undergo their ontogenetic transformations. Confronted with all kind of challenges, including the one having to catch prey, European eels start as non-feeding preleptocephalus larvae. At early feeding, they are equipped with a seemingly poorly functional jaw system that supports odd-ball teeth. Once they reach the glass eel stage, migration starts up-river and phenotypic transformation starts towards the yellow eel phenotype. During this phase, a trophic segregation starts to emerge that is reflected in a divergent phenotype of broad- versus narrowheaded morphs. If everything goes well, they finally transform into silver eels that stop feeding and spend the rest of their life swimming and spawning, until death do them part. In this presentation, an overview is given of structural and functional challenges preleptocephali undergo with their protruding teeth and poorly ossified jaws. The implications of the divergent head phenotypes on feeding performance is discussed, linking it to genetically directed scenarios underlying this pattern. Mapping that ontotrophic ecology and pollution levels, suggests possible consequences on the closing of their life cycle.",
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AU - Sam, Van Wassenbergh

AU - Herrel, Anthony

AU - Tomkiewicz, Jonna

AU - Lauesen, Peter

AU - Maes, Gregory

AU - Dirks, Ron

AU - Boeckx, Pascal

AU - Bervoets, Lieven

AU - Covaci, Adrian

AU - Malarvannan, Govindan

AU - Okamura, Akihiro

AU - Dhaene, Jelle

AU - Van Hoorebeke, Luc

AU - De Kegel, Barbara

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