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Blue mussels. Credit: Dr Dannielle Green, Anglia Ruskin University

Noise from ships induces stress-related changes in mussels

A new study has found that mussels are impacted on a molecular level by the sounds of ship motors. Researchers discovered that fluctuating noise levels in their environment cause mussels to experience stress, which was detected through changes in their DNA integrity.Source

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