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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. Expand
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 populationsExpand
Metabolic shifts in the Antarctic fish Notothenia rossii in response to rising temperature and PCO2
New set points of acid–base regulation under hypercapnia, visible at the systemic and intracellular level, indicate that N. rossii can at least in part acclimate to ocean warming and acidification. Expand
Mitochondrial Acclimation Capacities to Ocean Warming and Acidification Are Limited in the Antarctic Nototheniid Fish, Notothenia rossii and Lepidonotothen squamifrons
It is concluded that an acclimatory response of mitochondrial capacities may include higher thermal plasticity of CI supported by enhanced utilization of anaplerotic substrates under conditions of elevated energy demand, possibly induced by ocean warming and acidification. Expand
Guidelines for the Care and Welfare of Cephalopods in Research –A consensus based on an initiative by CephRes, FELASA and the Boyd Group
This paper is the result of an international initiative and is a first attempt to develop guidelines for the care and welfare of cephalopods following the inclusion of this Class of ∼700 known living invertebrate species in Directive 2010/63/EU. Expand
Transgenerational plasticity in marine sticklebacks: maternal effects mediate impacts of a warming ocean
Transgenerational plasticity can buffer short-term detrimental effects of climate warming and may buy time for genetic adaptation to catch up, therefore markedly contributing to the evolutionary potential and persistence of populations under climate change. Expand
Oxygen limited thermal tolerance in fish? Answers obtained by nuclear magnetic resonance techniques
In various phyla of marine invertebrates limited capacities of both ventilatory and circulatory performance were found to set the borders of the thermal tolerance window with limitations in aerobicExpand
Thermal sensitivity of uncoupling protein expression in polar and temperate fish.
The results are indicative of a significant role of fish UCP in thermal adaptation of fish mitochondria in the temperature-dependent setting of energy turnover in animals (and their mitochondria). Expand
Impact of climate change on fishes in complex Antarctic ecosystems
The icefishes (family Channichthyidae) are one group that are especially vulnerable to a changing South Polar Sea, as are the pelagic shoal fish species Pleuragramma antarcticum, which could have especially severe consequences for food web structure and the functioning of the entire ecosystem. Expand
Cephalopods in neuroscience: regulations, research and the 3Rs
The approaches being taken by the cephalopod research community to produce “guidelines” are described and the potential contribution of neuroscience research to cepHalopod welfare is described. Expand