Ana Denise Re Araujo
Department of Marine Biotechnology
Center for Scientific Research and Higher Education at Ensenada
Ana Denise Re Araujo is a Investigator Holder and working for below projects entitled • Evaluation of the effect of temperature on the molecular and physiological mechanisms that regulate the reproduction of octopus maya • Evaluation of the physiological response to temperature stress and acidification through gene expression in bivalves of the genus Panopea. • Physiological and nutritional evaluation of marine fishes determining their metabolic and energetic field through the physiological and hematological tools.
Sanchez-García A, Rodríguez-Fuentes G, Díaz, F, Galindo-Sánchez CE, Ortega K, Mascaró M, et al. (2017) Thermal sensitivity of O. maya embryos as a tool for monitoring the effects of environmental warming in the Southern of Gulf of Mexico. Ecological Indicators 72: 574-585.
Juarez MK, Mejia RC, Díaz HF, Reyna VH, Re Araujo AD, et al. (2017) Effect of silver nanoparticles on the metabolic rate, hematological response and survival of juvenile white shrimp Litopenaeus vannamei. Chemosphere 169: 716-724.