Limited evolutionary responses to harvesting regime in the intensive production of algae

@article{Lawton2016LimitedER,
  title={Limited evolutionary responses to harvesting regime in the intensive production of algae},
  author={Rebecca J. Lawton and Nicholas A Paul and Dustin J. Marshall and Keyne Monro},
  journal={Journal of Applied Phycology},
  year={2016},
  volume={29},
  pages={1449-1459}
}
Plastic changes in the growth and productivity of algae in response to environment and stocking density are well established. In contrast, the capacity for such changes to persist once environmental differences cease, potentially signalling an evolutionary response, have rarely been tested for algae in intensive production systems. We tested whether continuous differences in harvesting regime (a high stocking density/low-yield regime versus low stocking density/high-yield regime) generated… CONTINUE READING
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