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Rapid transgenerational adaptation of reef fish to climate change, a genomic perspective

Rapid transgenerational adaptation of reef fish to climate change, a genomic perspective. The main points of the presentation were:
– An overview of our approach
– Adaptation to ocean warming
– Adaptation to ocean acidification
– Examples of the genomic resources we are creating and sharing

4-Conclusions of the presentation:
-Near-future CO2 levels impair fish response to CAC (behavioral phenotype).
-Local adaptation can buffers this behavioral phenotype by controlling the circadian clock and the GABA pathway.
-Transgenerational acclimation to near-future CO2 levels occurs by epigenetic recovery.
-Both parental variation in tolerance and cross-generation exposure to elevated CO2 are crucial factors in determining the response of reef fish to changing ocean chemistry.

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