Peter Schlegel
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Near-future levels of ocean acidification do not affect sperm motility and fertilization kinetics in the oyster Crassostrea gigas.
JN Havenhand, P Schlegel
Biogeosciences 6 (12), 2009
1442009
Individual variability in reproductive success determines winners and losers under ocean acidification: a case study with sea urchins
P Schlegel, JN Havenhand, MR Gillings, JE Williamson
PloS one 7 (12), e53118, 2012
992012
Sperm swimming in the polychaete Galeolaria caespitosa shows substantial inter-individual variability in response to future ocean acidification
P Schlegel, JN Havenhand, N Obadia, JE Williamson
Marine pollution bulletin 78 (1-2), 213-217, 2014
292014
Ocean acidification impacts on sperm mitochondrial membrane potential bring sperm swimming behaviour near its tipping point
P Schlegel, MT Binet, JN Havenhand, CJ Doyle, JE Williamson
Journal of Experimental Biology 218 (7), 1084-1090, 2015
282015
Use of JC-1 to assess mitochondrial membrane potential in sea urchin sperm
MT Binet, CJ Doyle, JE Williamson, P Schlegel
Journal of experimental marine biology and ecology 452, 91-100, 2014
252014
Larval development of the barnacle Amphibalanus improvisus responds variably but robustly to near-future ocean acidification
C Pansch, P Schlegel, J Havenhand
ICES Journal of Marine Science 70 (4), 805-811, 2013
172013
Novel research into the impacts of ocean acidification upon tropical tuna
V Scholey, D Bromhead, T Ilyina, P Lehodey, D Margulies, S Nicol, ...
Pelagic Fisheries Research Program, 2012
12012
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