New paper out combining a high-throughput assay that explains finding in a large-scale mesocosm experiment

We have a new paper out in Frontiers – Marine Science: „The higher the needs, the lower the tolerance: Extreme events may select ectotherm recruits with lower metabolic demand and heat sensitivity“.

This work very nicely combines a large-scale mesocosm approach (recruitment and growth rates) with a small-scale but high-throughput laboratory assay recording filtration and respiration rates in mussels.

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