Sam's latest publication, entitled "Impact of growing up in a warmer, lower pH future on offspring performance: transgenerational plasticity in a pan-tropical sea urchin" is here! In it, Sam and his team of collaborators describe how transgenerational plasticity may play a key role in allowing marine organisms to acclimate and adapt to rapidly changing environments. Conversely, environmental stress experienced by one generation may have detrimental latent effects on subsequent generations. In this paper, Sam and his team examine the costs and trade-offs associated with transgenerational plasticity in an ecologically and economically important sea urchin.

Congratulations to Sam & Co.!

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