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Incorporating adaptive responses into future projections of coral bleaching.
TLDR
This study used the latest bias-corrected global sea surface temperature output from the NOAA/GFDL Earth System Model 2 (ESM2M) for the preindustrial period through 2100 to project coral bleaching trajectories and found that corals may have already responded adaptively to some warming over the industrial period. Expand
Effects of thermal acclimation on transcriptional responses to acute heat stress in the eurythermal fish Gillichthys mirabilis (Cooper).
  • C. Logan, G. Somero
  • Biology, Medicine
  • American journal of physiology. Regulatory…
  • 1 June 2011
TLDR
The sequence in which cellular stress response-linked genes are expressed during acute heat stress is investigated, to elucidate how severity of stress affects the categories of genes changing expression and the effects of acclimation on induction temperature yield new insights into the fundamental mechanisms of eurythermy. Expand
Transcriptomic responses to environmental temperature in eurythermal and stenothermal fishes
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Comparative transcriptomics is rapidly accelerating the authors' understanding of how fish respond to thermal stress; this review summarizes and synthesizes gene expression patterns from stenothermal and eurythermal species responding to acute and long-term exposure to temperature. Expand
Transcriptional responses to thermal acclimation in the eurythermal fish Gillichthys mirabilis (Cooper 1864).
  • C. Logan, G. Somero
  • Biology, Medicine
  • American journal of physiology. Regulatory…
  • 7 July 2010
TLDR
The results suggest that energetic costs of macromolecular turnover and membrane-localized transport rise with acclimation temperature, and a pattern of transcriptional alteration in steady-state acclimated fish may be a signature of eurythermy. Expand
Species-Specific Responses of Juvenile Rockfish to Elevated pCO2: From Behavior to Genomics
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The capacity of long-lived, late to mature, commercially important fish to acclimatize and adapt to changing ocean chemistry over the next 50–100 years is likely dependent on species-specific physiological tolerances. Expand
Genomic models predict successful coral adaptation if future ocean warming rates are reduced
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It is shown that cool-water corals can adapt to warmer oceans but only under mild scenarios resulting from international emissions controls, and incorporation of genomic data into models of species response to climate change offers a promising method for estimating future adaptive processes. Expand
An impediment to consumer choice: Overfished species are sold as Pacific red snapper
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A molecular approach was used to identify species sold as Pacific red snapper by grocery chains, local fish markets, and sushi restaurants in California and Washington and identified seven species of rockfish (Sebastes spp.), tilapia (Oreochromis spp), and one true red snook (Lutjanus campechanus). Expand
A Review of Ocean Acidification and America's Response
TLDR
The effects of ocean acidification are examined and why they should help guide decisionmakers in setting CO2 emissions goals. Expand
Before There Were Standards: The Role of Test Animals in the Production of Empirical Generality in Physiology
  • C. Logan
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Journal of the history of biology
  • 2002
TLDR
Examination of the contents of two prominentphysiology journals between 1885 and 1900, reveals that scientists used a diverse array oforganisms in empirical research. Expand
“[A]re Norway Rats ... Things?”: Diversity Versus Generality in the Use of Albino Rats in Experiments on Development and Sexuality
  • C. Logan
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Journal of the history of biology
  • 2001
TLDR
Connections among three research institutes that stressed experimental approaches to the study of brain and development demonstrate the importance of the rat's institutional role. Expand
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