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Evolution (Aquatic Life)

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Evolution (Aquatic Life)


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Summary


* -- The Ability of Tropical Reef Fish to Acclimate to Global Warming

* -- Acclimation and Adaptation of Marine Fish to Possible Warming

* -- How Rapidly Can Diatoms Evolve to Deal with Ocean Acidification?

* -- Can Coastal Marine Fish Evolve to Tolerate Ocean Acidification?

* -- Gene Expression Plasticity Evolution in Threespine Stickleback Fish

* -- Coccolithophores Can Evolve to Cope With Ocean Acidification

* -- Rapid Evolution of Reproductive Traits in Response to Warming

* -- Transgenerational Plasticity in a Coastal Marine Fish

* -- The Intracolonial Genetic Variability of Corals

* -- The Potential for Polychaetes to Cope with Ocean Acidification

* -- The Power of Marine Life to Cope with Environmental Change

* -- Marine Invertebrate Larvae in a CO2-Enriched and Warmer World

* -- Coralline Algae in a High-CO2 World: How Do They Cope?

* -- Environmental Conditioning of Sole Larvae Prepares Them for Subsequent Juvenile and Adult Challenges

* -- Plastic Responses of a Marine Picoplankton to Ocean Acidification

* -- Purple Sea Urchins: Primed for Rapid Evolution in Acidifying Seas

* -- Ocean Acidification: Separating the Winners from the Losers<

* -- Australian Fairy Shrimp Responding to Environmental Changes

* -- Adaptive Evolution in the Sea's Most Abundant Primary Producer

* -- Evolutionary Rescue of a Species in a Deteriorating Environment

* -- Thermal History Impacts Thermal Tolerance of Freshwater Mussels

* -- Long-Term Responses of Coccolithophores to Ocean Acidification

* -- Microevolution in Alaskan Pink Salmon in Response to Warming

* -- The Adaptive Capacity of Sea Urchin Embryos to Ocean Warming and Acidificatio

* -- Intertidal Seastars' Responses to Ocean Warming and Acidification

* -- Effects of Ocean Warming and Acidification on an Antarctic Echinoid

* -- The Potential for Adaptive Evolution to Enable the World's Most Important Calcifying Organism to Cope with Ocean Acidification

* -- The Ability of Marine Turtles to Adapt to Warmer Environments

* -- Evolutionary and Adaptive Responses of Coral-Algal Symbioses to Potential Future Warming

* -- Rapid Physiological Responses of the European Green Crab to Rising Temperatures

* -- Evolutionary Response to Environmental Change in Sockeye Salmon

* -- The Future of Earth's Coral Reefs Debated in Science

* -- Organismal Response to Ocean Acidification: The Role of Evolution

* -- Coral Hosts Can Evolve to Cope with Global Warming

* -- Water Fleas and Global Warming

* -- The Thermal Tolerance of Kelp Crab Larvae

* -- Adaptation to Ocean Acidification

* -- Rapid Adaptation to Potential Effects of Climatic Change Via Natural Selection

* -- Coral Reefs and Climate Change: Unproved Assumptions

Microevolutionary Responses to Global Warming

The Hybridization of Reef Corals

Effects of Elevated Atmospheric CO2 on the Growth of a Common Microalga

Corals Adapt to Bleaching