Ocean acidification leads to deformations of caudal vein angio-architecture in juvenile threespine stickleback, Gasterosteus aculeatus Linnaeus

One of the consequences of increased CO2 concentrations in the atmosphere is a decline in oceanic pH, leading to an acidification of the ocean, which represents a severe environmental stressor for fishes. Due to its direct influence on the ion and acid-base budget, it has the potential to influence the development of fishes (Gillooly at el;, 2002; Portner, Langenbuch & Reipschlager, 2004; Daufresner, Lengfeller & Sommer, 2009; Doney et al;, 2009). (…)

Ahnelt H., Schade F. M. & Wegner M., in press. Ocean acidification leads to deformations of caudal vein angio-architecture in juvenile threespine stickleback, Gasterosteus aculeatus Linnaeus. Journal of Fish Diseases. Article (subscription required).


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