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2008-06-09Seasonal variation in the photo-physiology of homogeneous and heterogeneous Symbiodinium consortia in two scleractinian coralsUlstrup, KE; Hill, R; Van Oppen, MJH; Larkum, AWD; Ralph, PJ
2014-01-20The effect of diel temperature and light cycles on the growth of Nannochloropsis oculata in a photobioreactor matrixTamburic, B; Guruprasad, S; Radford, DT; Szabó, M; Lilley, RMC; Larkum, AWD; Franklin, JB; Kramer, DM; Blackburn, SI; Raven, JA; Schliep, M; Ralph, PJ
2012-05-18Light-induced dissociation of antenna complexes in the symbionts of scleractinian corals correlates with sensitivity to coral bleachingHill, R; Larkum, AWD; Prášil, O; Kramer, DM; Szabó, M; Kumar, V; Ralph, PJ
2012-01-01Selection, breeding and engineering of microalgae for bioenergy and biofuel productionLarkum, AWD; Ross, IL; Kruse, O; Hankamer, B
2008-06-01Imaging of oxygen dynamics within the endolithic algal community of the massive coral Porites lobataKühl, M; Holst, G; Larkum, AWD; Ralph, PJ
2014-02-01Lateral light transfer ensures efficient resource distribution in symbiont-bearing coralsWangpraseurt, D; Larkum, AWD; Franklin, J; Szabo, M; Ralph, PJ; Kuhl, M
2013-07-19Interactions of photosynthesis with genome size and functionRaven, JA; Beardall, J; Larkum, AWD; Sánchez-Baracaldo, P
2014-06-30Quantifying and modelling the carbon sequestration capacity of seagrass meadows - A critical assessmentMacreadie, PI; Baird, ME; Trevathan-Tackett, SM; Larkum, AWD; Ralph, PJ
2004-01-01Spatial heterogeneity of photosynthesis and the effect of temperature-induced bleaching conditions in three species of coralsHill, R; Schreiber, U; Gademann, R; Larkum, AWD; Kühl, M; Ralph, PJ
2017-07-03The roles of endolithic fungi in bioerosion and disease in marine ecosystems. II. Potential facultatively parasitic anamorphic ascomycetes can cause disease in corals and molluscsGleason, FH; Gadd, GM; Pitt, JI; Larkum, AWD
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