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Evaluating potential artefacts of photo-reversal on behavioral studies with nocturnal invasive sea lamprey (<i>Petromyzon marinus<i>)

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Matthew Barnett, Istvan Imre, Michael C. Wagner, Richard T. Di Rocco, Nicholas S. Johnson, and Grant E. Brown, 2016, Evaluating potential artefacts of photo-reversal on behavioral studies with nocturnal invasive sea lamprey (<i>Petromyzon marinus<i>): Canadian Journal of Zoology, v. 94, iss. 6.

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Sea lampreys (Petromyzon marinus L., 1758) are nocturnal, so experiments evaluating their behaviour to chemosensory cues have typically been conducted at night. However, given the brief timeframe each year that adult P. marinus are available for experimentation, we investigated whether P. marinus exposed to a 12 h shifted diurnal cycle (reversed photoperiod) could be tested in a darkened arena during the day and show the same response to chemosensory cues as natural photoperiod P. marinus that were tested during the night. Ten replicates of 10 P. marinus, from each photoperiod, were exposed to deionized water (negative control), 2-phenylethylamine hydrochloride (PEA HCl, putative predator cue), or P. marinus whole-body extract (conspecific [...]

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