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The stunting effect of a high CO2 ocean on calcification and development in sea urchin larvae, a synthesis from the tropics to the poles

Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London. Series B, Biological Sciences

Aug 28, 2013

Maria ByrneSven Uthicke

Abstract

The stunting effect of ocean acidification on development of calcifying invertebrate larvae has emerged as a significant effect of global change. We assessed the arm growth response of sea urchin echinoplutei, here used as a proxy of larval calcification, to increased seawater acidity/p...read more

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Log-Linear Models
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Acidification - ActCode
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Hypercapnia
Sea urchin (invertebrate)
Human Geography
Organism
Rod Photoreceptors
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The stunting effect of a high CO2 ocean on calcification and development in sea urchin larvae, a synthesis from the tropics to the poles

Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London. Series B, Biological Sciences

Aug 28, 2013

Maria ByrneSven Uthicke

PMID: 23980242

DOI: 10.1098/rstb.2012.0439

Abstract

The stunting effect of ocean acidification on development of calcifying invertebrate larvae has emerged as a significant effect of global change. We assessed the arm growth response of sea urchin echinoplutei, here used as a proxy of larval calcification, to increased seawater acidity/p...read more

Mentioned in this Paper

Exertion
Log-Linear Models
Skeletal System
Acidification - ActCode
Larva
Hypercapnia
Sea urchin (invertebrate)
Human Geography
Organism
Rod Photoreceptors
1
139

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Climate Change (ASM)

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