Zooxanthellae may be capable of adapting to changing water temperaturesPosted on Monday, January 23rd, 2012 at 5:09 pm by Paul Tucker
The Australian Institute of Marine Science recently conducted experiments on water temperatures on zooxanthellae. Historically it was believed that corals with a variety of zooxanthellae types could only with stand temperature changes. The results of these experiments leave researchers to believe that corals with a single type of zooxanthellae can handle thermal changes occurring in the ocean.
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