Marine Biology

183 Antarctic killer whales make rapid, round-trip movements to subtropical waters: evidence for physiological maintenance migrations?

182 Estimating Global Catches of Marine Recreational Fisheries.

181 Resurgence of an apex marine predator and the decline in prey body size.

180 Postreproductive killer whale grandmothers improve the survival of their grandoffspring.

179 Predator-informed looming stimulus experiments reveal how large filter feeding whales capture highly maneuverable forage fish.

178 Charting the Complexity of the Marine Microbiome through Single-Cell Genomics.

177 Marine Proteobacteria use the β-hydroxyaspartate cycle to assimilate glycolate, which is secreted by algae on a petagram scale, providing evidence of a previously undescribed trophic interaction between autotrophic phytoplankton and heterotrophic bacterioplankton.

176 A global survey of gene and transcript collections from ocean microbial communities reveals the differential role of organismal composition and gene expression in the adjustment of ocean microbial communities to environmental change.

175 The drivers of ocean plankton diversity across archaea, bacteria, eukaryotes, and major virus clades are inferred from both molecular and imaging data acquired by the Tara Oceans project and used to predict the effects of severe warming of the surface ocean on this critical ecosystem by the end of the 21st century.

174 Neonicotinoids disrupt aquatic food webs and decrease fishery yields.

173 Evolution of global marine fishing fleets and the response of fished resources.

172 Loss of spawning synchrony is an unrecognized threat to corals.

171 Climate change and overfishing increase neurotoxicant in marine predators.

170 Rebuilding global fisheries under uncertainty.

169 Fish harvest drives rapid evolution of faster growth rates by different polygenic mechanisms.

168 The great Atlantic Sargassum belt.

167 Marine fish populations are globally connected such that international fisheries depend on international flows of fish larvae.

166 Small, short-lived cryptobenthic fish are at the base of and drive coral reef ecosystems.

165 A bacterial endosymbiont of a marine alga generates a library of toxins that protect the alga from predation as well as the mollusk that eats it.

164 Gene duplication prepared marine sticklebacks for freshwater colonization by increasing omega-3 fatty acid synthesis.

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