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Gina Maria da Silva Neto

Gina Maria da Silva Neto

PhD Student

  • Thesis title: Effect of contrasting larval trophic regimes on metamorphosis and early post settlement performance of Carcinus maenas, a marine invertebrate with a biphasic life cycle
  • Supervisor: Dr. Ricardo Calado, Prof. Dra. Maria do Rosário Domingues

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  • Department: Biology Department
  • Research Group: Marine Biotechnology & Aquaculture
  • Thesis title: Effect of contrasting larval trophic regimes on metamorphosis and early post settlement performance of Carcinus maenas, a marine invertebrate with a biphasic life cycle Supervisor: Dr. Ricardo Calado, Prof. Dra. Maria do Rosário Domingues Category: BO Grant type: BD Funding entity: FCT Grant reference: SFRH/BD/88423/2012 Start date: 2013-03-01 End date: 2018-11-16


Publications

Projects

NO RESET - Metamorphosis does not reset embryonic and larval history. Clarifying the role of offspring provisioning and larval feeding on early post-settlement performance of coastal marine invertebrates See more

Scientific Supervision

Small Curriculum Vitae

Academic degrees


2) 2011 Master in Aquaculture by ESTM/IPL with the final classification of 18 (out of 20) 


1) 2008 Degree in Marine Biology and Biotecnology - Aquaculture and Fisheries by ESTM/IPL with the final classification of 15 (out of 20)


 


Professional experience


1) 2012 Scholarship (MSc) under project "No Reset - Metamorphosis does not reset embryonic and larval history - clarifying the role of offspring provisioning and larval feeding on early post-settlement performance of coastal marine invertebrates" - University of Aveiro


 


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