Aquatic Biology

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Differential gene expression during early development in recently evolved and sympatric Arctic charr morphs

Editor rating: 7 / 10

Marc Robinson-Rechavi –– This study allows to link natural variation in morphology with genetic divergence in expression patterns, thus helping link ecology to molecular genomics.
An Indo-Pacific damselfish (Neopomacentrus cyanomos) in the Gulf of Mexico: origin and mode of introduction

Editor rating: 7 / 10

Donald Kramer –– Although only dealing with a single invasive species, it is a very thorough and interesting analysis of the potential for oil rigs to move fish (and potentially other marine species) around the world.
Moving to 3D: relationships between coral planar area, surface area and volume

Editor rating: 8 / 10

Ronaldo Francini-Filho –– Tech tools for coral reef research are emerging fast and boosting science
Molecular phylogenetics of swimming crabs (Portunoidea Rafinesque, 1815) supports a revised family-level classification and suggests a single derived origin of symbiotic taxa

Editor rating: 9 / 10

Mohammad Shamsur Rahman –– very much fantastic work in the field of taxonomy, both in classical and molecular approach!
The old and the new plankton: ecological replacement of associations of mollusc plankton and giant filter feeders after the Cretaceous?

Editor rating: 7 / 10

Kenneth De Baets –– The manuscript reviews the potential replacement of associations of mollusc plankton and giant filter feeders from the Mesozoic to the modern. It will therefore be of interest to biologists, ecologists and paleontologists.
Shift of symbiont communities in Acropora tenuis juveniles under heat stress

Editor rating: 7 / 10

Joseph Gillespie –– This is important work on a small scale, pertaining to the biology of these corals. But it is further ecological significance, and thus will be of interest to marine biologists ecologists and environmental scientists.
Epigenetic considerations in aquaculture

Editor rating: 8 / 10

Mohammad Shamsur Rahman –– New approach to improve aquaculture production!
Age-based and reproductive biology of the Pacific Longnose Parrotfish Hipposcarus longiceps from Guam

Editor rating: 7 / 10

James Reimer –– A thorough assessment of the growth patterns and reproductive biology of a commercially important parrotfish species.
Coral-associated viral communities show high levels of diversity and host auxiliary functions

Editor rating: 7 / 10

Fabiano Thompson –– addresses virus diversity in reef systems, and roles in genome plasticity.
Composition, diversity and function of intestinal microbiota in pacific white shrimp (Litopenaeus vannamei) at different culture stages

Editor rating: 7 / 10

Mohammad Shamsur Rahman –– in my opinion, it is very important to know the composition of gut microbiota in different culture stages to know the microbial health status and make plan to control any future disease outbreak!

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Differential gene expression during early development in recently evolved and sympatric Arctic charr morphs Good job @vonStadarhraun https://t.co/SKVXoWQ3Ix via @thePeerJ

My first publication! On shifting the measurement of corals from 2D to 3D @thePeerJ https://t.co/g99voUOOTv #Biodiversity #Ecology #MarineBiology #StAndrews

264 days ago
Portunoid crab molecular phylogenetics https://t.co/27iDHwJL4z @thePeerJさんから

The old and the new #mollusc #plankton https://t.co/IyBL84kyvr #paleobiology #fossils Just too late @thePeerJ for #MolluscMonday https://t.co/hxVN0Bqpzj

305 days ago
Check our new paper about symbiont genotypes changes in coral juveniles under heat condition. https://t.co/GYSZWdSffo #coral_juveniles #ocean_warming #Symbiodinium #サンゴ #褐虫藻 https://t.co/pIzWYuixcv

Epigenetic considerations in #aquaculture https://t.co/4ciRD90hq6 via @thePeerJ https://t.co/jrBq9km9sR

320 days ago
Large-bodied hermaphrodites, you make the rockin world go round - new paper by @drbmtaylor on the reproductive biology of Hipposcarus longiceps from Guam https://t.co/TnSSD2HoqA https://t.co/8ZYW9GykQO

New #GBR coral virome article published in @thePeerJ https://t.co/ijZU4k7qwM #Genomics #MarineBiology #Microbiology #MolecularBiology #Virology