||Study of the Thermic Sensibility of Larvae of the Decapod Crustacean : Palaemon serratus (Pennant).
||Revue des Travaux de l'Institut des Pêches Maritimes (0035-2276) (ISTPM), 1980-09 , Vol. 44 , N. 3 , P. 257-268
||Palaemon serratus, Mortality, Lethal limits, Larval development, Temperature tolerance, Rearing
|Résumé en anglais
||The whole of experiments carried on from thermal constraints on the larval development of Palaemon serratus allows the following observations: -individual rearings obtain the best survival rates in the witness groups and neutralize by a dense food and the absence of intraspecific cannibalism, factors which can interfere with the results ascribed only to the experiments; - slight thermal increases (10 and 12 degree C) do not involve secondary effects on the post larvae when the development is realized at 20 degree C; - if the TL 50 is reaching 34 degree C, letal effects are observed, as soon as the final temperature; - whatever is the temperature increase, the relation = mortality/temperature reached is similar and this factor mortalities observed, that would accredit a very rapid answer from the organisms.