“Where Are You?” Asked The Drowsy Scud: Ocean Acidification Can Impair Mate Detection And Reduces Metabolism In A Marine Amphipod
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Catia is a research scientist at the University of Lisbon, MARE-Marine and Environmental Sciences Centre.

                       

“Where Are You?” Asked The Drowsy Scud: Ocean Acidification Can Impair Mate Detection And Reduces Metabolism In A Marine Amphipod

Published by Francisco O. Borges, Eduardo Sampaio, Cátia Figueiredo, Rui Rosa, Tiago F. Grilo MARE – Marine and Environmental Sciences Centre, Laboratório Marítimo da Guia, Faculdade de Ciências da Universidade de Lisboa These findings are described in the article entitled Hypercapnia-induced disruption of long-distance mate-detection and reduction of energy expenditure in a coastal keystone crustacean, recently published in the journal Physiology & Behavior (Physiology & Behavior 195 (2018) 69-75). This work was conducted by Francisco O. Borges, Eduardo Sampaio, Cátia...

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