Michael Collins
Michael Collins
Marine Biology and Ecology Research Centre, University of Plymouth
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Do aquatic ectotherms perform better under hypoxia after warm acclimation?
M Collins, M Truebano, WCEP Verberk, JI Spicer
Journal of Experimental Biology 224 (3), jeb232512, 2021
Short-term acclimation in adults does not predict offspring acclimation potential to hypoxia
M Truebano, O Tills, M Collins, C Clarke, E Shipsides, C Wheatley, ...
Scientific reports 8 (1), 1-9, 2018
Transcriptional frontloading contributes to cross‐tolerance between stressors
M Collins, MS Clark, JI Spicer, M Truebano
Evolutionary applications 14 (2), 577-587, 2021
Moderate reductions in dissolved oxygen may compromise performance in an ecologically-important estuarine invertebrate
M Collins, O Tills, LM Turner, MS Clark, JI Spicer, M Truebano
Science of the Total Environment 693, 133444, 2019
De novo transcriptome assembly of the amphipod Gammarus chevreuxi exposed to chronic hypoxia
M Collins, O Tills, JI Spicer, M Truebano
Marine genomics 33, 17-19, 2017
Large within, and between, species differences in marine cellular responses: Unpredictability in a changing environment
M Collins, LS Peck, MS Clark
Science of the Total Environment 794, 148594, 2021
Consequences of thermal plasticity for hypoxic performance in coastal amphipods
M Collins, M Truebano, JI Spicer
Marine Environmental Research 177, 105624, 2022
The environmental cellular stress response: the intertidal as a multistressor model
M Collins, MS Clark, M Truebano
Cell Stress and Chaperones, 1-9, 2023
Regulation of gene expression during ontogeny of physiological function in the brackishwater amphipod Gammarus chevreuxi
C McAndry, M Collins, O Tills, JI Spicer, M Truebano
Marine Genomics 63, 100948, 2022
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