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MOESM2 of Skeletal light-scattering accelerates bleaching response in reef-building corals

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posted on 2016-03-21, 05:00 authored by Timothy Swain, Emily DuBois, Andrew Gomes, Valentina Stoyneva, Andrew Radosevich, Jillian Henss, Michelle Wagner, Justin Derbas, Hannah Grooms, Elizabeth Velazquez, Joshua Traub, Brian Kennedy, Arabela Grigorescu, Mark Westneat, Kevin Sanborn, Shoshana Levine, Mark Schick, George Parsons, Brendan Biggs, Jeremy Rogers, Vadim Backman, Luisa Marcelino
Additional file 2: Figure S2. Dynamics of bleaching response variables for corals grouped by $$ \mu ^{\prime}_{{S,m}} $$ μ S , m ′ . Panels (a–h) aligned into columns defined by experimental conditions (CT-CL: control temperature [26 °C] and light [83 μmol quanta m−2 s−1], CT-HL: control temperature and high light [328 μmol quanta m−2 s−1], HT-CL: high temperature [32 °C] and control light, and HT-HL: high temperature and high light; shaded areas are control). Responses of high- (gray line) and low- $$ \mu ^{\prime}_{{S,m}} $$ μ S , m ′ (black line) corals for (a) holobiont reflectance (dashed lines are the corresponding post-experiment skeletal reflectance), (b) Symbiodinium cell density, (c) chlorophyll a density per Symbiodinium cell, (d) maximal photosynthetic efficiency, (e) effective quantum yield of photosystem II, (f) excitation pressure over photosystem II, (g) non-photochemical quenching, and (h) non-regulated heat dissipation. All error bars are standard error.


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