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Physiological response of a golden tide alga (Sargassum muticum) to the interaction of ocean acidification and phosphorus enrichment

The evolvement of golden tides would be influenced by global change factors, such as ocean acidification and eutrophication, but the related studies are very scarce. In this study, we cultured a golden tide alga, Sargasssum muticum, at two levels of pCO2 (400, 1000 µatm) and phosphate (0.5 µM, 40 µM) conditions to investigate the interactive […]
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