Data from: Variation in plastic responses of a globally distributed picoplankton species to ocean acidification

 

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Title (Figure1) Photosynthesis (measured as oxygen evolution rates) for 16 Ostreococcus ecotypes at ambient and elevated pCO2
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Description This file contains oxygen evolution data per cell per hour for all ecotypes in both CO2 treatments as measured with a Clark-type electrode. Note that these are means for biological (n=3-6) and technical (n=3) replicates. Also, the ppm CO2 given are the pCO2 we aimed to reach. For the actual values and detailed carbonate chemistry, please see our SI files, which are available from nature climate change.
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Title (Figure1)Growth rates of 16 Ostreococcus ecotypes at ambient and elevated CO2 levels
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Description This file contains growth rate data for 16 Ostreococcus ecotypes, measured as OD and verified on an Accuri (AWI) and a FACS Calibur (Edinburgh) flow cytometre.
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Title (Figure1) CN ratio of five representative ecotypes of Ostreococcus at ambient and elevated pCO2 levels
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Description This file contains CN ratios, as measured through combustion, for five representative ecotypes of Ostreococcus. There were at least three biological and three technical replicates of each ecotype.
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Title (Figure1) Cell size of 16 Ostreococcus ecotypes at ambient and elevated pCO2 levels
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Description Cell size of Ostreococcus was measured in relation to calibration beads using an Accuri (AWI) and a FACS Calibur flow cytometre. This file already contains the standard error (calculated as standard deviation divided by square root of number of replicates)
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When using this data, please cite the original publication:

Schaum E, Björn R, Andrew JM, Sinéad C (2012) Variation in plastic responses of a globally distributed picoplankton species to ocean acidification. Nature Climate Change 3(3): 298–302. http://dx.doi.org/10.1038/nclimate1774

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Schaum E, Björn R, Andrew JM, Sinéad C (2012) Data from: Variation in plastic responses of a globally distributed picoplankton species to ocean acidification. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.sm7p8
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