Thermal acclimation of interactions: differential responses to temperature change alter predator-prey relationship.

@article{Grigaltchik2012ThermalAO,
  title={Thermal acclimation of interactions: differential responses to temperature change alter predator-prey relationship.},
  author={Veronica S. Grigaltchik and Ashley J. W. Ward and Frank Seebacher},
  journal={Proceedings. Biological sciences},
  year={2012},
  volume={279 1744},
  pages={4058-64}
}
Different species respond differently to environmental change so that species interactions cannot be predicted from single-species performance curves. We tested the hypothesis that interspecific difference in the capacity for thermal acclimation modulates predator-prey interactions. Acclimation of locomotor performance in a predator (Australian bass, Macquaria novemaculeata) was qualitatively different to that of its prey (eastern mosquitofish, Gambusia holbrooki). Warm (25°C) acclimated bass… CONTINUE READING
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