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Effect of irradiance and heterotrophy on the main physiological parameters of <i>C. caespitosa</i>.

By Pascale Tremblay (308454), Christine Ferrier-Pagès (308455), Jean François Maguer (308456), Cécile Rottier (308457), Louis Legendre (308458) and Renaud Grover (308459)


<p>(A) Symbiont concentration, (B) chlorophyll concentration per skeletal surface, (C) chlorophyll concentration in symbiont cells, (D) protein content, (E) calcification rate, and (F) C:N ratios for symbionts, coral host, and released POC/PON, for fed and unfed nubbins maintained at low and high irradiances. Data are means ± standard errors of means of <i>n</i> = 12 (A), <i>n</i> = 6 (B to E), <i>n</i> = 23 (F, symbionts and host), or <i>n</i> = 3 (F, POC/PON) measurements. Bars with different letters (a to d) are significantly different.</p

Topics: Inorganic Chemistry, Plant Biology, irradiance, heterotrophy, physiological, parameters
Year: 2013
DOI identifier: 10.1371/journal.pone.0044672.g001
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