Gene expression under chronic heat stress in populations of the mustard hill coral (Porites astreoides) from different thermal environments.

@article{Kenkel2013GeneEU,
  title={Gene expression under chronic heat stress in populations of the mustard hill coral (Porites astreoides) from different thermal environments.},
  author={Carly D Kenkel and Eli Meyer and Mikhail V Matz},
  journal={Molecular ecology},
  year={2013},
  volume={22 16},
  pages={
          4322-4334
        }
}
Recent evidence suggests that corals can acclimatize or adapt to local stress factors through differential regulation of their gene expression. Profiling gene expression in corals from diverse environments can elucidate the physiological processes that may be responsible for maximizing coral fitness in their natural habitat and lead to a better understanding of the coral's capacity to survive the effects of global climate change. In an accompanying paper, we show that Porites astreoides from… CONTINUE READING
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