Ocean warming alters cellular metabolism and induces mortality in fish early life stages: A proteomic approach.

@article{Madeira2016OceanWA,
  title={Ocean warming alters cellular metabolism and induces mortality in fish early life stages: A proteomic approach.},
  author={Diana Madeira and Jose E. Ara{\'u}jo and Rui Vitorino and Jos{\'e} Luis Capelo and Catarina Vinagre and M{\'a}rio S. Diniz},
  journal={Environmental research},
  year={2016},
  volume={148},
  pages={164-176}
}
Climate change has pervasive effects on marine ecosystems, altering biodiversity patterns, abundance and distribution of species, biological interactions, phenology, and organisms' physiology, performance and fitness. Fish early life stages have narrow thermal windows and are thus more vulnerable to further changes in water temperature. The aim of this study was to address the sensitivity and underlying molecular changes of larvae of a key fisheries species, the sea bream Sparus aurata, towards… CONTINUE READING
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