Metabolite profiles of two Antarctic sister species (Notothenia rossii and Notothenia coriiceps) at different temperatures, supplement to: Rebelein, Anja; Pörtner, Hans-Otto; Bock, Christian (2018): Untargeted metabolic profiling reveals distinct patterns of thermal sensitivity in two related notothenioids. Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology Part A: Molecular & Integrative Physiology, 217, 43-54

Anja Rebelein & Christian Bock
Antarctic marine ectothermal animals may be affected more than temperate species by rising ocean water temperatures due to ongoing climate change. Their specialisation on stable cold temperatures make them vulnerable to even small degrees of warming. Thus, addressing the impacts of warming on Antarctic organisms and identifying their potentially limited capacities to respond is of particular interest.The objective of the study was to determine changes in metabolite profiles related to temperature exposure and acclimation. In...
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