Correction to: High-temperature acclimation strategies within the thermally tolerant endosymbiont Symbiodinium trenchii and its coral host, Turbinaria reniformis, differ with changing pCO2 and nutrients (Marine Biology, (2016), 163, 6, (134), 10.1007/s00227-016-2909-8)

Kenneth D. Hoadley, D. Tye Pettay, Andréa G. Grottoli, Wei Jun Cai, Todd F. Melman, Stephen Levas, Verena Schoepf, Qian Ding, Xiangchen Yuan, Yongchen Wang, Yohei Matsui, Justin H. Baumann, Mark E. Warner

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In the original article, the light cycle was indicated as 12:12 h light:dark. However, this was in error and the actual cycle was 10:14 h light:dark. Additionally, there was a conversion error in calculating net production and LEDR as depicted in Figs. 2 and 3. This was strictly a conversion error and has no impact on the statistical analysis or interpretation of the data. The corrected panels from Fig. 2 and 3 are as follows.(figure presented)Average (± 1 SE) net photosynthesis cell− 1 (top) and LEDR (bottom) at two pCO2 levels, nutrient concentrations (LN = low nutrients, HN = high nutrients) and 26.5 °C (light bars) or 31.5 °C (dark bars). For each panel, the designations ‘temp’, ‘pCO2′ and ‘nutr’ indicate significant temperature, pCO2, nutrient concentration, or their interactive effects (multifactorial ANOVA results in Table S1). n = 5–6 per average.

Original languageEnglish
Article number155
JournalMarine Biology
Volume167
Issue number10
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 1 Oct 2020

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