Ocean acidification conditions increase resilience of marine diatoms.
Adaptation, Physiological; Carbon Dioxide/analysis; Climate Change; Diatoms/genetics; Diatoms/growth & development; Diatoms/physiology; Ecosystem; Gene Expression; Hydrogen-Ion Concentration; Oceans and Seas; Seawater/adverse effects; Seawater/chemistry; Stress, Physiologica; l Time Factors; Ultraviolet Rays
The fate of diatoms in future acidified oceans could have dramatic implications on marine ecosystems, because they account for ~40% of marine primary production. Here, we quantify resilience of Thalassiosira pseudonana in mid-20th century (300 ppm CO
Institute for Systems Biology
Valenzuela, Jacob J; López García de Lomana, Adrián; Lee, Allison; Armbrust, E V; Orellana, Mónica V; and Baliga, Nitin S, "Ocean acidification conditions increase resilience of marine diatoms." (2018). Articles, Abstracts, and Reports. 186.