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A Circadian Rhythm of Visual Sensitivity in the American Lobster, Homarus americanus
To determine whether eyes of American lobsters (Homarus americanus) are more sensitive to light at night than during the d...
Integrative Approaches to Understanding Organismal Responses to Aquatic Deoxygenation
AbstractOxygen bioavailability is declining in aquatic systems worldwide as a result of climate change and other anthropog...
Controversial Roles of Oxygen in Organismal Responses to Climate Warming
AbstractDespite the global ecological importance of climate change, controversy surrounds how oxygen affects the fate of a...
Structure-Function Relationships of Oxygen Transport Proteins in Marine Invertebrates Enduring Higher Temperatures and Deoxygenation
AbstractPredictions for climate change—to lesser and greater extents—reveal a common scenario in which marine waters are c...
Compound Extreme Events Induce Rapid Mortality in a Tropical Sea Urchin
AbstractThe frequency, magnitude, and duration of marine heatwaves and deoxygenation events are increasing globally. Recen...
Hypoxia and High Temperature as Interacting Stressors: Will Plasticity Promote Resilience of Fishes in a Changing World?
Hypoxia and High Temperature as Interacting Stressors: Will Plasticity Promote Resilience of Fishes in a Changing World?
AbstractDetermining the resilience of a species or population to climate change stressors is an important but difficult ta...
Mechanistic Temperature-Size Rule Explanation Should Reconcile Physiological and Mortality Responses to Temperature
Mechanistic Temperature-Size Rule Explanation Should Reconcile Physiological and Mortality Responses to Temperature
AbstractThe temperature-size rule is one of the universal rules in ecology and states that ectotherms in warmer waters wil...
Interactive Effects of Increasing Temperature and Decreasing Oxygen on Coastal Copepods
Interactive Effects of Increasing Temperature and Decreasing Oxygen on Coastal Copepods
AbstractThe copepods of coastal seas are experiencing warming water temperatures, which increase their oxygen demand. In a...
Experimental Evolution Shows Body Size Decrease in Response to Hypoxia, with a Complex Effect on Plastic Size Response to Temperature
Experimental Evolution Shows Body Size Decrease in Response to Hypoxia, with a Complex Effect on Plastic Size Response to Temperature
AbstractThere is a scientific debate whether oxygen concentration may be a factor driving the pattern of size decrease at ...
Breathless through Time: Oxygen and Animals across Earth’s History
Breathless through Time: Oxygen and Animals across Earth’s History
AbstractOxygen levels in the atmosphere and ocean have changed dramatically over Earth history, with major impacts on mari...
Immune Defense in Hypoxic Waters: Impacts of CO2 Acidification
Immune Defense in Hypoxic Waters: Impacts of CO2 Acidification
AbstractPeriodic episodes of low oxygen (hypoxia) and elevated CO2 (hypercapnia) accompanied by low pH occur naturally in ...
Impacts of Low Oxygen on Marine Life: Neglected, but a Crucial Priority for Research
AbstractGlobal ocean O2 content has varied significantly across the eons, both shaping and being shaped by the evolutionar...
Microbiome and Metabolome Contributions to Coral Health and Disease
AbstractCoral populations are declining worldwide as a result of increased environmental stressors, including disease. Cor...
Sexual Maturity of an Endemic Insular Land Crab: Priority Information toward the Conservation of Johngarthia lagostoma
AbstractInsular land crabs (Gecarcinidae) can transit between terrestrial and aquatic environments and inhabit vacant ecol...
Genetic Evidence Supports Species Delimitation of Luidia in the Northern Gulf of Mexico
AbstractAccurate species delimitation is crucial to understanding biodiversity. In the northern Gulf of Mexico, recent gen...
Too Hot to Eat: Wild and Lab-Bred Lymnaea stagnalis Differ in Feeding Response Following Repeated Heat Exposure
AbstractAcute extreme heat events are increasing in frequency and intensity. Understanding their effects on ectothermic or...
Quadrupedal Walking with the Skin: The Ambulatory Flaps in “Walking” Cuttlefish (Paintpot Cuttlefish, Metasepia tullbergi)
AbstractThe locomotion strategy of cephalopods is an important factor that influences their ability to exploit various oce...
A Review of Asteroid Biology in the Context of Sea Star Wasting: Possible Causes and Consequences
AbstractSea star wasting—marked in a variety of sea star species as varying degrees of skin lesions followed by disintegra...
Cataloging Body Patterning in the Dwarf Cuttlefish (Sepia bandensis)
AbstractCephalopods use dynamic camouflage to blend in with their environment, communicate with conspecifics, and mimic ot...
Frequency of Temperature Fluctuations Subtly Impacts the Life Histories of a Tropical Snail
AbstractMost organisms are faced with daily cyclic changes in a suite of environmental conditions, including temperature. ...
Thermal Traits Vary with Mass and across Populations of the Marsh Periwinkle, Littoraria irrorata
AbstractPhysiological processes influence how individuals perform in various environmental contexts. The basis of such pro...
Does the Presence of Boring Sponges Alter Timing of Sex Change in Slipper Shell Snails, Crepidula fornicata?
AbstractThe Atlantic slipper limpet, Crepidula fornicata, is a sequential hermaphrodite whose size at sex change is plasti...
Population and Reproductive Dynamics of Zebra Mussels (Dreissena polymorpha) in Warm, Low-Latitude North American Waters
AbstractZebra mussels (Dreissena polymorpha), first reported in Texas during 2009, have infested 28 Texas reservoirs over ...
Ecological Review of the Ciona Species Complex
AbstractThe set of four closely related solitary ascidians Ciona spp. were once considered a single cosmopolitan species, ...
Multigenerational Life-History Responses to pH in Distinct Populations of the Copepod Tigriopus californicus
AbstractIntertidal zones are highly dynamic and harsh habitats: organisms that persist there must face many stressors, inc...
Monogamy in the Burrowing Shrimp Axianassa australis Rodrigues & Shimizu, 1992 (Decapoda, Gebiidea, Axianassidae)
AbstractOur knowledge of the mating systems in burrowing shrimps (infraorders Axiidea and Gebiidea) is still rather limite...