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Impact of Ocean Acidification on Energy Metabolism of Oyster, Crassostrea gigas—Changes in Metabolic Pathways and Thermal Response
- G. Lannig, S. Eilers, H. Pörtner, I. Sokolova, C. Bock
- Environmental Science, BiologyMarine drugs
- 11 August 2010
It is confirmed that OA affects energy metabolism in oysters and suggests that climate change may affect populations of sessile coastal invertebrates such as mollusks.
Oxygen- and capacity-limited thermal tolerance: bridging ecology and physiology
It is proposed that OCLTT explains why thermal vulnerability is highest at the whole-animal level and lowest at the molecular level, and how the concept supports an understanding of the benefits of transitioning from water to land.
Cod and climate in a latitudinal cline: physiological analyses of climate effects in marine fishes
Characteristics of temperature-dependent metabolic adaptation, as well as their impli- cations for climate-dependent energy budgets, biogeography and fitness are reviewed and analysed for populations…
Interactive effects of salinity and elevated CO2 levels on juvenile eastern oysters, Crassostrea virginica
- G. Dickinson, A. Ivanina, I. Sokolova
- Environmental ScienceJournal of Experimental Biology
- 1 January 2012
The data suggest that the combined effects of elevated PCO2 and fluctuating salinity may jeopardize the survival of eastern oysters because of weakening of their shells and increased energy consumption.
Modulation of the cost of pHi regulation during metabolic depression: a (31)P-NMR study in invertebrate (Sipunculus nudus) isolated muscle.
The effects of ouabain, DIDS and DMA on metabolic rate were reduced at low pHe, thereby supporting the conclusion that acidosis caused the ATP demand of Na(+)/K(+)-ATPase to fall.
Oxygen limitation of thermal tolerance in cod, Gadus morhua L., studied by magnetic resonance imaging and on-line venous oxygen monitoring.
- G. Lannig, C. Bock, F. Sartoris, H. Pörtner
- BiologyAmerican journal of physiology. Regulatory…
- 1 October 2004
The hypothesis of an oxygen-limited thermal tolerance due to restrictions in cardiovascular performance at extreme temperatures was tested in Atlantic cod, Gadus morhua (North Sea). Heart rate,…
Impact of anthropogenic ocean acidification on thermal tolerance of the spider crab Hyas araneus
Abstract. Future scenarios for the oceans project combined developments of CO2 accumulation and global warming and their impact on marine ecosystems. The synergistic impact of both factors was…
Oxygen limited thermal tolerance in fish? Answers obtained by nuclear magnetic resonance techniques
Magnetic resonance imaging of sea-ice pore fluids: methods and thermal evolution of pore microstructure
Temperature-dependent changes in energy metabolism, intracellular pH and blood oxygen tension in the Atlantic cod
The data obtained suggested that arterial Po 2 remained more or less constant and arterial oxygen uptake did not become limiting during warming, consistent with the hypothesis of an oxygen limitation of thermal tolerance in animals, which is set by limited capacity of oxygen supply mechanisms.