Mediterranean versus Red sea corals facing climate change, a transcriptome analysis

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The anthropogenic increase in atmospheric CO2 that drives global warming and ocean acidification raises serious concerns regarding the future of corals, the main carbonate biomineralizers. Here we used transcriptome analysis to study the effect of long-term gradual temperature increase (annual rate), combined with lowered pH values, on a sub-tropical Red… (More)
DOI: 10.1038/srep42405

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@inproceedings{MaorLandaw2017MediterraneanVR, title={Mediterranean versus Red sea corals facing climate change, a transcriptome analysis}, author={Keren Maor-Landaw and Hiba Waldman Ben-Asher and Sarit Karako-Lampert and Mali Salmon-Divon and Fiorella Prada and Erik Caroselli and S. Goffredo and Giuseppe Falini and Z. V. Dubinsky and Oren Levy}, booktitle={Scientific reports}, year={2017} }