Diet mediates thermal performance traits: implications for marine ectotherms

Emily Hardison, Emily A Hardison, Krista Kraskura, Jacey Van Wert, Tina Nguyen & Erika J Eliason
Thermal acclimation is a key process enabling ectotherms to cope with temperature change. To undergo a successful acclimation response, ectotherms require energy and nutritional building blocks obtained from their diet. However, diet is often overlooked as a factor that can alter acclimation responses. Using a temperate omnivorous fish, opaleye (Girella nigricans), as a model system, we tested the hypotheses that 1) diet can impact the magnitude of thermal acclimation responses and 2) traits vary in...
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