MOESM4 of Skeletal light-scattering accelerates bleaching response in reef-building corals

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Additional file 4: Figure S4. Dynamics of bleaching response variables for corals grouped by skeletal reflectance (R S ). Panels (aâ h) aligned into columns defined by experimental conditions (described in Figure S3). Responses of high- (gray line) and low-R S (black line) corals for (a) holobiont reflectance (dashed lines are the corresponding post-experiment skeletal reflectance), (b) Symbiodinium cell density, (c) chlorophyll a density per Symbiodinium cell, (d) maximal photosynthetic efficiency, (e) effective quantum yield of photosystem II, (f) excitation pressure over photosystem II, (g) non-photochemical quenching, and (h) non-regulated heat dissipation. All error bars are standard error.
Date made available2016

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