Transcriptional changes in coral responding to the marine acidification and rising seawater temperature

Title
Transcriptional changes in coral responding to the marine acidification and rising seawater temperature
Author(s)
우선옥
Publication Year
2015-01-26
Abstract
Rising at atmospheric CO2 concentrations are placing spatially divergent stresses on the worlds tropical coral reefs through increasing ocean surface temperatures and ocean acidification. The carbon dioxide among the atmosphere is dissolved in the sea water, increase the concentration of the hydrogen ion. The concentration of the carbon dioxide maintained 260 ppm before industrial revolution. The biological and physiological processes of many organisms will be challenged by increasingly acidic conditions and temperatures.In preliminary experiments, we carried out temperature and pH stress experiment independently in each experiment. In this research, We studied the physiological aspect, and transcriptional responses of the soft coral (Scleronephthya gracillimum) in Korea against combination of heat and carbon dioxide (CO2) with or without. We collected corals from Jeju , Korea. The pH stress (pH 7.0, pH 7.5), heat stress (28 0C) and pH, heat stress(28 0C + pH 7.0, 28 0C + pH 7.5) exposure for 24 hr induces morphological changes.ed in the sea water, increase the concentration of the hydrogen ion. The concentration of the carbon dioxide maintained 260 ppm before industrial revolution. The biological and physiological processes of many organisms will be challenged by increasingly acidic conditions and temperatures.In preliminary experiments, we carried out temperature and pH stress experiment independently in each experiment. In this research, We studied the physiological aspect, and transcriptional responses of the soft coral (Scleronephthya gracillimum) in Korea against combination of heat and carbon dioxide (CO2) with or without. We collected corals from Jeju , Korea. The pH stress (pH 7.0, pH 7.5), heat stress (28 0C) and pH, heat stress(28 0C + pH 7.0, 28 0C + pH 7.5) exposure for 24 hr induces morphological changes.
URI
https://sciwatch.kiost.ac.kr/handle/2020.kiost/25676
Bibliographic Citation
WESTPAC Training Workshop, pp.26, 2015
Publisher
IOC/WESTPAC
Type
Conference
Language
English
Publisher
IOC/WESTPAC
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