|Ecophysiology of Antarctic marine ectotherms: limits to life|
Peck, L.S. (2002). Ecophysiology of Antarctic marine ectotherms: limits to life, in: Arntz, W.E. et al. (Ed.) Ecological studies in the Antarctic sea ice zone: results of EASIZ Midterm Symposium. pp. 221-230
In: Arntz, W.E.; Clarke, A. (Ed.) (2002). Ecological studies in the Antarctic sea ice zone: results of EASIZ Midterm Symposium. Springer: Berlin. ISBN 3-540-43218-3. 277 pp., more
Cold tolerance; Ecophysiology; Marine environment; Temperature tolerance; PSE, Antarctica [Marine Regions]; Marine
The ecophysiology of Antarctic marine ectotherms is an area of active research. This review of recent progress covers metabolism, mitochondrial function, aerobic scope, growth and development. Energetics is shown to be a central feature of adaptation to temperature, with mitochondrial function and tissue oxygen supply important in setting limits to organismal size and performance.