Predictions & Data for this entry
| Pseudo-data at Tref|
|Data||Generalised animal||Cyanea capillata||Unit||Description|
|v ||0.02 ||0.0577||cm/d||energy conductance|
|kap ||0.8 ||0.4||-||allocation fraction to soma|
|kap_R ||0.95 ||0.95||-||reproduction efficiency|
|p_M || 18 ||26.04||J/d.cm^3||vol-spec som maint|
|k_J ||0.002 ||0.002||1/d||maturity maint rate coefficient|
|kap_G ||0.8 ||0.8016||-||growth efficiency|
eggs remain in the medusae till the 18 d of planula, which encyst before forming a polyp (planulocysts) (ref: Brew1989)
Feeds mainly on copepods during max growth (ref: Brew1989)
Polyp also produces cysts (stimulated by increase of temp) from which new polyps develop (podocysts); decrease of temp stimuates excystment ofpodocysts and the strobilation of polyps (ref: BrewFein1991)
This entry is about mudusae only; no mass of reproduction info available for the polyp stage
Reproductive output is underestimated because ephyra is large relative to neonate planula
The creation of this entry was supported by the Norwegian Science Council (NFR 255295)
R. H. Brewer.
The annual pattern of feeding, growth, and sexual reproduction in
Cyanea (Cnidaria: Scyphozoa) in the Niantic River Estuary,
Biol. Bull., 176:272--281, 1989.
R. H. Brewer and J. S. Feingold.
The effect of temperature on the benthic stages of Cyanea
(Cnidaria, Scyphozoa), and their seasonal distribution in the Niantic
River Estuary, Connecticut.
J. Exp. Mar. Biol. Ecol., 152:49--60, 1991.
Dynamic Energy Budget theory for metabolic organisation.
Cambridge Univ. Press, Cambridge, 2010.
Bibtex file with references for this entry
Bas Kooijman, Starrlight Augustine, 2017/09/22
refer to this entry as: AmP Cyanea capillata version 2017/09/22 bio.vu.nl/thb/deb/deblab/add_my_pet/