Ocean Warming Enhances Malformations, Premature Hatching, Metabolic Suppression and Oxidative Stress in the Early Life Stages of a Keystone Squid

@inproceedings{Rosa2012OceanWE,
  title={Ocean Warming Enhances Malformations, Premature Hatching, Metabolic Suppression and Oxidative Stress in the Early Life Stages of a Keystone Squid},
  author={Rui Rosa and Marta S. Pimentel and Joana Boavida-Portugal and Tatiana Fiche Sales Teixeira and Katja Tr{\"u}benbach and M{\'a}rio S. Diniz},
  booktitle={PloS one},
  year={2012}
}
BACKGROUND The knowledge about the capacity of organisms' early life stages to adapt to elevated temperatures is very limited but crucial to understand how marine biota will respond to global warming. Here we provide a comprehensive and integrated view of biological responses to future warming during the early ontogeny of a keystone invertebrate, the squid Loligo vulgaris. METHODOLOGY/PRINCIPAL FINDINGS Recently-spawned egg masses were collected and reared until hatching at present day and… CONTINUE READING

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