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2018
Using Seawater to Document Coral-Zoothanthella Diversity: A New Approach to Coral Reef Monitoring Using Environmental DNA
Frontiers in Marine Science
2018
Flexible Symbiotic Associations of Symbiodinium With Five Typical Coral Species in Tropical and Subtropical Reef Regions of the Northern South China Sea
Frontiers in Microbiology
2018
Dynamics of coral-associated microbiomes during a thermal bleaching event
MicrobiologyOpen
2018
Comparison of the response of in hospite and ex hospite Symbiodinium to elevated temperature
Marine and Freshwater Behaviour and Physiology
2017
Symbiodiniumspp. associated with scleractinian corals from Dongsha Atoll (Pratas), Taiwan, in the South China Sea
PeerJ
2017
Symbiont dynamics during thermal acclimation using cnidarian-dinoflagellate model holobionts
Marine Environmental Research
2017
Effects of Temperature and pCO2 on Population Regulation of Symbiodinium spp. in a Tropical Reef Coral
The Biological Bulletin
2017
Consensus thermotolerance ranking for 110Symbiodiniumphylotypes: an exemplar utilization of a novel iterative partial-rank aggregation tool with broad application potential
Functional Ecology
2017
Resilience of the prokaryotic microbial community of Acropora digitifera to elevated temperature
MicrobiologyOpen
2016
Dimethylated sulfur compounds in coral-reef ecosystems
Environmental Chemistry
2016
Host adaptation and unexpected symbiont partners enable reef-building corals to tolerate extreme temperatures
Global Change Biology
2015
Perennial growth of hermatypic corals at Rottnest Island, Western Australia (32°S)
PeerJ
2015
Doors are closing on early development in corals facing climate change
Scientific Reports
2015
Successive shifts in the microbial community of the surface mucus layer and tissues of the coralAcropora muricataunder thermal stress
FEMS Microbiology Ecology
2014
The effect of coral bleaching on the cellular concentration of dimethylsulphoniopropionate in reef corals
Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology
2014
Identification of Scleractinian Coral Recruits Using Fluorescent Censusing and DNA Barcoding Techniques
PLoS ONE
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