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Author ' s personal copy High CO 2 promotes the production of paralytic shellfish poisoning toxins by Alexandrium catenella from Southern California waters

@inproceedings{Tatters2013AuthorS,
  title={Author ' s personal copy High CO 2 promotes the production of paralytic shellfish poisoning toxins by Alexandrium catenella from Southern California waters},
  author={Avery O. Tatters and Leanne J. Flewelling and Feixue Fu and April A. Granholmb and David A. Hutchins},
  year={2013}
}
In many dinoflagellates, cellular toxin levels have been demonstrated to increase when growth is limited by essential nutrients such as phosphorus. Despite the recognized importance of nutrient limitation to dinoflagellate toxicity, interactions with current and future global environmental change variables have been relatively unexplored. This is a critical question, as dissolution of anthropogenic CO2 emissions into seawater is leading to progressively lower pH values, or ocean acidification… CONTINUE READING

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