The Ecological Physiology of Earth's Second Oxygen Revolution

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Living animals display a variety of morphological, physiological, and biochemical characters that enable them to live in low-oxygen environments. These features and the organisms that have evolved them are distributed in a regular pattern across dioxygen (O2) gradients associated with modern oxygen minimum zones. This distribution provides a template for… (More)

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@inproceedings{Sperling2015TheEP, title={The Ecological Physiology of Earth's Second Oxygen Revolution}, author={Erik A. Sperling and Andrew H Knoll and Peter R. Girguis}, year={2015} }