Details on anemones and photosynthetic activity measurements from Anemone bleaching increases the metabolic demands of symbiont anemonefish

Tommy Norin, Suzanne C. Mills, Amélie Crespel, Daphne Cortese, Shaun S. Killen & Ricardo Beldade
Increased ocean temperatures are causing mass bleaching of anemones and corals in the tropics worldwide. While such heat-induced loss of algal symbionts (zooxanthellae) directly affects anemones and corals physiologically, this damage may also cascade on to other animal symbionts. Metabolic rate is an integrative physiological trait shown to relate to various aspects of organismal performance, behaviour and locomotor capacity, and also shows plasticity during exposure to acute and chronic stressors. As climate warming is expected...
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