Hypoxia inducible factor-1α knockout does not impair acute thermal tolerance or heat hardening in zebrafish

William Joyce & Steve Perry
The rapid increase in critical thermal maximum (CTmax) in fish (or other animals), previously exposed to critically high temperature is termed ‘heat hardening’, which likely represents a key strategy to cope with increasingly extreme environments. The physiological mechanisms that determine acute thermal tolerance, and the underlying pathways facilitating heat hardening, remain debated. It has been posited, however, that exposure to high temperature is associated with tissue hypoxia and may be associated with increased expression of...
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