Transcriptomic resilience, symbiont shuffling, and vulnerability to recurrent bleaching in reef‐building corals

Volume: 28, Issue: 14, Pages: 3371 - 3382
Published: Jul 1, 2019
Abstract
As climate change progresses and extreme temperature events increase in frequency, rates of disturbance may soon outpace the capacity of certain species of reef-building coral to recover from bleaching. This may lead to dramatic shifts in community composition and ecosystem function. Understanding variation in rates of bleaching recovery among species and how that translates to resilience to recurrent bleaching is fundamental to predicting the...
Paper Details
Title
Transcriptomic resilience, symbiont shuffling, and vulnerability to recurrent bleaching in reef‐building corals
Published Date
Jul 1, 2019
Volume
28
Issue
14
Pages
3371 - 3382
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