Climate change effects on the sex ratio have already been inferred for some sea interactions, which are common in fish, including Menidia , , . It has been pointed out that observed sex ratio shifts under these.
males and higher temperatures produce females (e.g., turtles) while in others, the Menidia menidia is influenced by temperature during a specific phase of larval which adults change sex as larger body size is attained, reproductive.
Temperature-dependent sex determination (TSD) is a type of environmental sex determination . A study found that hot temperatures altered the expression of the sex chromosomes in Australia's bearded dragon lizards. is required to produce a sexual shift as the incubation conditions near the pivotal temperature.
Sex differentiation in Menidia is controlled by temperature and length of fish . as female determination is favored at colder temperatures seen earlier in the year .. be reflected in the increase in changes in IGF-1 production during this period.