2021
DOI: 10.1038/s41467-021-22226-9
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Jana Isanta-Navarro,
Nelson G. Hairston,
Jannik Beninde
et al.

Abstract: AbstractExploring the capability of organisms to cope with human-caused environmental change is crucial for assessing the risk of extinction and biodiversity loss. We study the consequences of changing nutrient pollution for the freshwater keystone grazer, Daphnia, in a large lake with a well-documented history of eutrophication and oligotrophication. Experiments using decades-old genotypes resurrected from the sediment egg bank revealed that nutrient enrichment in the middle of the 20th century, resulting in …

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