Molecular Mechanisms Underlying Fish Phenotypic Plasticity in the Acclimation to Environmental Stressors

Lucrezia Celeste Bonzi
Phenotypic plasticity, the ability of one genotype to produce multiple phenotypes, is crucial to an organism’s capacity to acclimate to changing environments. Acclimation by means of phenotypic plasticity may allow species to cope with fast-changing environments. Phenotypic plasticity can manifest either as acute, developmental, or transgenerational. In this dissertation, I explored the molecular processes underlying these three plasticity types using non-model teleost species, in an attempt to shed light into key aspects of plasticity. In...
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