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Ocean Acidification (Effects on Marine Plants: Phytoplankton -- Coccolithophores)

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Ocean Acidification (Effects on Marine Plants: Phytoplankton -- Coccolithophores)


* -- A Coccolithophore's Response to Ocean Acidification

* -- The Interactive Effects of Elevated CO2 and Solar Radiation Intensity on Two Coccolithophore Strains

* -- A CO2-Induced Increase in Subtropical North Atlantic Coccolithophore Abundance

* -- Atlantic Coccolithophores Thrive as the Air's CO2 Content Rises

Seawater Acidification by Acid or Atmospheric CO2 Enrichment

Coccolithophores Can Evolve to Cope With Ocean Acidification

Changes in Coccolith Calcification in Stable Ocean CO2 Conditions

How Coccolithophorids Respond to Ocean Acidification

Adaptive Evolution in the Sea's Most Abundant Primary Producer

Effects of Ocean Acidification on Marine Coccolithophores

Coccolithophores in the Bay of Biscay

Ocean Acidification, Marine Food Production, and Calcification

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

Effects of Elevated CO2 on Growth Rates of Three Coccolithophores

Forty Thousand Years of Coccolithophore Responses to Ocean Acidification

Coccolithophores: Are They Genetically Prepared for Ocean Acidification?

Ocean Acidification and Marine Coccolithophores

Effects of Atmospheric CO2 Enrichment on Calcifying Aquatic Organisms

Effect of Atmospheric CO2 Enrichment on the Photosynthetic Rate of a Non-Calcifying Marine Coccolithophorid

Responses of Marine Phytoplankton to Elevated Atmospheric CO2