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Thermal threshold and sensitivity of the only symbiotic Mediterranean gorgonian Eunicella singularis by morphometric and genotypic analyses.
The only symbiotic Mediterranean gorgonian, Eunicella singularis, has faced several mortality events connected to abnormal high temperatures. Since thermotolerance data remain scarce, heat-inducedExpand
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Threats to large brown algal forests in temperate seas: the overlooked role of native herbivorous fish
Canopy-forming algae are declining globally due to multiple disturbances. This decline has recently been on the increase due to the spread of some tropical herbivorous fishes. This new phenomenon hasExpand
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Depth-dependant thermotolerance of the symbiotic Mediterranean gorgonian Eunicella singularis: Evidence from cellular stress markers
Abstract Over the last decades, increases in Mediterranean seawater temperature have caused several mass mortality episodes in gorgonian populations. Along the Northwestern Mediterranean coast,Expand
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Réponses biochimiques et physiologiques des symbioses marines tempérées face aux changements climatiques
Le changement climatique global induit des reactions significatives sur les ecosystemes marins pouvant conduire, chez les especes sessiles, a des episodes de mortalites massives. En MediterraneeExpand
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Assessing the Effects of Marine Protected Areas on Biological Invasions: A Global Review
Marine protected areas (MPAs) have proven to be an effective tool to conserve marine biodiversity and restore ecosystem functioning. Yet, the role of MPAs in providing resilience to global threats,Expand
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Exploring the relationships between marine protected areas and invasive fish in the world's most invaded sea.
Marine Protected Areas (MPAs) are an essential tool for marine biodiversity conservation. Yet, their effectiveness in protecting marine ecosystems from global stressors is debated. BiologicalExpand
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Characterization of glutathione peroxidase diversity in the symbiotic sea anemone Anemonia viridis.
Cnidarians living in symbiosis with photosynthetic dinoflagellates (commonly named zooxanthellae) are exposed to high concentrations of reactive oxygen species (ROS) upon illumination. To quench ROSExpand
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Solving the seveso II prediction problem of substance generation during loss of control by Al techniques.
Abstract The European Directive 96/82/EC forces industries to know exactly what substances may be generated during loss of control of an industrial chemical process. The study must be as accurate asExpand
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Millepora platyphylla (Cnidaria, Hydrozoa) range extended back to the Eastern Pacific, thanks to a new record from Clipperton Atoll.
The fire coral Millepora platyphylla Hemprich Ehrenberg, 1834 (Cnidaria, Hydrozoa) has a widespread Indo-Pacific distribution observed from the surface to 40 m (Razak Hoeksema 2003). However, itsExpand
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Modelling of electrostatic ignition hazards in industry examples of improvements of hazard assessment and incident investigation
Abstract Computer modelling and simulation of electrostatic phenomena is nowadays not very often used in industry for an assessment of ignition hazards due to static electricity. With 4 examplesExpand
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