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Contents | Science 377, 6605
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COVER An isopod (Idotea balthica), a type of crustacean, covers itself with male gametes while feeding on the epiphytes of the red alga Gracilaria gracilis. Isopods facilitate algal fertilization by carrying spermatia on their bodies. Such animal-mediated fertilization is akin to pollination in flowering plants. See pages 471 and 528.

Photo: Wilfried Thomas, Station Biologique de Roscoff

Science

  • Volume 377|
  • Issue 6605|
  • 29 Jul 2022

COVER An isopod (Idotea balthica), a type of crustacean, covers itself with male gametes while feeding on the epiphytes of the red alga Gracilaria gracilis. Isopods facilitate algal fertilization by carrying spermatia on their bodies. Such animal-mediated fertilization is akin to pollination in flowering plants. See pages 471 and 528.

Photo: Wilfried Thomas, Station Biologique de Roscoff

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Editors’ selections from the current scientific literature
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The isopod Idotea balthica transports the gametes of the red alga Gracilaria gracilis, which increases algal fertilization success.
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