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Ocean acidification and fertilization in the antarctic sea urchin Sterechinus neumayeri: the importance of polyspermy

Environmental Science & Technology

Dec 5, 2013

Mary A SewellGretchen E Hofmann

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Ocean acidification (OA), the reduction of the seawater pH as a result of increasing levels of atmospheric CO2, is an important climate change stressor in the Southern Ocean and Antarctic. We examined the impact of OA on fertilization success in the Antarctic sea urchin Sterechinus neum...read more

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Degenerative Polyarthritis
Acidification - ActCode
Sterechinus neumayeri
Sea urchin (invertebrate)
Spermiogenesis
Fertilization
Sand-Dollar
Climate Change
Carbon Dioxide
Polyspermic Fertilization
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Ocean acidification and fertilization in the antarctic sea urchin Sterechinus neumayeri: the importance of polyspermy

Environmental Science & Technology

Dec 5, 2013

Mary A SewellGretchen E Hofmann

PMID: 24299658

DOI: 10.1021/es402815s

Abstract

Ocean acidification (OA), the reduction of the seawater pH as a result of increasing levels of atmospheric CO2, is an important climate change stressor in the Southern Ocean and Antarctic. We examined the impact of OA on fertilization success in the Antarctic sea urchin Sterechinus neum...read more

Mentioned in this Paper

Degenerative Polyarthritis
Acidification - ActCode
Sterechinus neumayeri
Sea urchin (invertebrate)
Spermiogenesis
Fertilization
Sand-Dollar
Climate Change
Carbon Dioxide
Polyspermic Fertilization
1
1
69

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Climate Change (ASM)

The Earth's climate system has undergone periods of climate change throughout its geological history. Human factors, such as the burning of fossil fuels have greatly affected the climate system and is thought to be responsible for recent changes to the climate. Discover the latest research on Climate Change here.

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