Data from: Blue mussel (Genus Mytilus) transcriptome response to simulated climate change in the Gulf of Maine

Sarah E. Kingston, Pieter A. Martino & David Carlon
The biogeochemistry of the Gulf of Maine is rapidly changing in response to a changing climate, including rising temperatures, acidification, and declining primary productivity. These impacts are projected to worsen over the next hundred years and will apply selective pressure on populations of marine calcifiers. This study investigates the transcriptome expression response to these changes in ecologically and economically important marine calcifiers, blue mussels. Wild mussels (Mytilus edulis and M. trossulus) were sampled from sites...
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