Thermal tolerance of Arbacia lixula

Shawna Foo
As the ocean warms, the thermal tolerance of marine invertebrates is key to determining their distributional change, where acclimation to low pH may impact the thermal range of optimal development. We compared thermal tolerance of progeny from a low pH-acclimated sea urchin (Arbacia lixula) population from the CO2 vents of Ischia (Italy), and a nearby population living at ambient pH. The percentage of normally developing gastrulae and two-armed larvae were determined across 10 temperatures representing...
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