Data from: The consequences of daily cyclic hypoxia on a European grass shrimp: from short-term responses to long-term effects

Luca Peruzza, Marco Gerdol, Andrew Oliphant, David Wilcockson, Alberto Pallavicini, Lawrence Hawkins, Sven Thatje & Chris Hauton
1. Salt marshes are a key coastal environment for their important role as nursery habitats for marine and estuarine fish and crustaceans. Salt marshes are variable environments where species can experience daily cyclic hypoxic stress, characterized by profound variations in oxygen partial pressure (pO2) from supersaturated conditions (~42kPa) to extremely hypoxic conditions (~3kPa) in ~12-hours. 2. Here, under laboratory conditions, we assessed the physiological consequences of exposing the shrimp Palaemon varians, a species commonly found...
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