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Parental environment mediates impacts of increased carbon dioxide on a coral reef fish
Carbon dioxide concentrations in the surface ocean are increasing owing to rising CO₂ concentrations in the atmosphere. Higher CO₂ levels are predicted to affect essential physiological processes ofExpand
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Parental effects improve escape performance of juvenile reef fish in a high-CO2 world
Rising CO2 levels in the oceans are predicted to have serious consequences for many marine taxa. Recent studies suggest that non-genetic parental effects may reduce the impact of high CO2 on theExpand
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Responses of neurogenesis and neuroplasticity related genes to elevated CO2 levels in the brain of three teleost species
The continuous increase of anthropogenic CO2 in the atmosphere resulting in ocean acidification has been reported to affect brain function in some fishes. During adulthood, cell proliferation isExpand
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The Exhalation of Ozone by Odorous Plants
Analysis of commerical heap leaching data
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Supplementary material from "Responses of neurogenesis and neuroplasticity related genes to elevated CO 2 levels in the brain of three teleost species"
The continuous increase of anthropogenic CO 2 in the atmosphere resulting in ocean acidification has been reported to affect brain function in some fishes. During adulthood, cell proliferation isExpand
Marine biology Responses of neurogenesis and neuroplasticity related genes to elevated CO 2 levels in the brain of three teleost species
Department of Biosciences, University of Oslo, Oslo, Norway Department of Integrative Biology, University of Guelph, Guelph, Canada Institute for Biology and Environmental Science, Carl von OssietzkyExpand