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Impact of ocean acidification on the early development and escape behavior of marine medaka (Oryzias melastigma)

Highlights No significantly negative growth effects were observed in larvae exposed higher pCO2. Eye defects and abnormal development of brain were obvious in exposed larvae. Escape behavior was vulnerable to ocean acidification. Abstract Ocean acidification is predicted to affect a wide diversity of marine organisms. However, no studies have reported the effects of ocean acidification [
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