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Medaka Tissue interactions govern pattern formation in the posterior lateral line of medaka
Medaka Reconciliation of taxonomy with laboratory fish research communities
Medaka Novel method for mass producing genetically sterile fish from surrogate broodstock via spermatogonial transplantation†
Medaka Cab Seasonal regulation of the lncRNA LDAIR modulates self-protective behaviours during the breeding season
Medaka Regulation of germ cell sex identity in medaka
Medaka Maizuru (WS215) , Ginoza (WS255) Genetic analysis of body weight in wild populations of medaka fish from different latitudes.
Medaka Saito (WS249) Circadian clock components Bmal1 and Clock1 regulate tlr9 gene expression in the Japanese medaka (Oryzias latipes).
Medaka Cab Ingestion of polyethylene microbeads affects the growth and reproduction of medaka, Oryzias latipes
Medaka Function of leukaemia inhibitory factor in spermatogenesis of a teleost fish, the medaka Oryzias latipes
Medaka HdrR-II1(IB178) Effect of dietary resveratrol on cell-mediated immunity and hepatocyte morphometry in the model organism medaka (Oryzias latipes Temminck & Schlegel)
Medaka HdrR-II1 (IB178) , HNI-II (IB176) , HSOK (IB183) Centromere evolution and CpG methylation during vertebrate speciation.
Medaka HdrR-II1 (IB178) , d-rR-Tg(olvas-GFP) (TG141) , Qurt (MT828) Dynamic transcriptional and chromatin accessibility landscape of medaka embryogenesis.
Medaka Kiyosu (WS1177) Density-dependent natural selection mediates harvest-induced trait changes.
Medaka Kiyosu (WS1177) Unidirectional response to bidirectional selection on body size II. Quantitative genetics.
Medaka Kiyosu (WS1177) Unidirectional response to bidirectional selection on body size. I. Phenotypic, life-history, and endocrine responses.
Medaka Kiyosu (WS1177) Density-dependent consequences of size-selective induced life-history changes to population fitness in medaka (Oryzias latipes)
Medaka hi-medaka (MT835) High temperature stress response is not sexually dimorphic at the whole-body level and is dependent on androgens to induce sex reversal.
Medaka hi-medaka (MT835) Morphological colour adaptation during development in fish: involvement of growth hormone receptor 1.
Medaka hi-medaka (MT835) Cystic proliferation of germline stem cells is necessary to reproductive success and normal mating behavior in medaka
Medaka Hd-rR (IB178) , HB11A (IB185) , Kesennuma (WS224) , Fuji (WS233) , HNI-II (IB176) , Higashidori (WS207) , Nanao (WS214) Inter- and Intraspecific Variation in Sex Hormone-Induced Sex-Reversal in Medaka, Oryzias latipes and Oryzias sakaizumii.