Magnitude and predictability of pH fluctuations shape plastic responses to ocean acidification

Mark Bitter, Lydia Kapsenberg, Katherine Silliman, Jean-Pierre Gattuso & Catherine Pfister
Phenotypic plasticity is expected to facilitate the persistence of natural populations as global change progresses. The attributes of fluctuating environments that favor the evolution of plasticity have received extensive theoretical investigation, yet empirical validation of these findings is still in its infancy. Here, we combine high-resolution environmental data with a laboratory-based experiment to explore the influence of habitat pH fluctuation dynamics on the plasticity of gene expression in two populations of the Mediterranean mussel, Mytilus...
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