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Food-type may jeopardize biomarker interpretation in mussels used in aquatic toxicological experimentation

. Ivanina, Ionan Marigo?mez. Methodology: Esther Blanco-Rayo?n, Anna V. Ivanina, Inna M. Sokolova, Ionan Marigo?mez, Urtzi Izagirre. Project administration: Urtzi Izagirre. Resources: Anna V. Ivanina ... . Supervision: Anna V. Ivanina, Inna M. Sokolova, Ionan Marigo?mez, Urtzi Izagirre. 18 / 25 Validation: Inna M. Sokolova. Writing ? original draft: Esther Blanco-Rayo?n, Ionan Marigo?mez. Writing ? review

Chronic environmental stress enhances tolerance to seasonal gradual warming in marine mussels

In global climate change scenarios, seawater warming acts in concert with multiple stress sources, which may enhance the susceptibility of marine biota to thermal stress. Here, the responsiveness to seasonal gradual warming was investigated in temperate mussels from a chronically stressed population in comparison with a healthy one. Stressed and healthy mussels were subjected to...