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2015Characterisation of coral explants: a model organism for cnidarian–dinoflagellate studiesGardner, SG; Nielsen, DA; Petrou, K; Larkum, AWD; Ralph, PJ
1-Jan-2017Cyclic electron flow in cyanobacteria and eukaryotic algaeLarkum, AWD; Szabó, M; Fitzpatrick, D; Raven, JA
1-Jun-2019Ecological implications of recently discovered and poorly studied sources of energy for the growth of true fungi especially in extreme environmentsGleason, FH; Larkum, AWD; Raven, JA; Manohar, CS; Lilje, O
1-Apr-2019Optical properties of corals distort variable chlorophyll fluorescence measurementsWangpraseurt, D; Lichtenberg, M; Jacques, SL; Larkum, AWD; Kühl, M
27-Jul-2018Evolution and biogeography of seagrassesLarkum, AWD; Waycott, M; Conran, JG
1-Jan-2014We are Still Learning about the Nature of Species and Their Evolutionary RelationshipsLockhart, PJ; Larkum, AWD; Becker, M; Penny, D
1-Nov-2015Genomic and proteomic characterization of two novel siphovirus infecting the sedentary facultative epibiont cyanobacterium Acaryochloris marinaChan, YW; Millard, AD; Wheatley, PJ; Holmes, AB; Mohr, R; Whitworth, AL; Mann, NH; Larkum, AWD; Hess, WR; Scanlan, DJ; Clokie, MRJ
1-Jan-2017Lack of methylated hopanoids renders the cyanobacterium Nostoc punctiforme sensitive to osmotic and pH stressGarby, TJ; Matys, ED; Ongley, SE; Salih, A; Larkum, AWD; Walter, MR; Summons, RE; Neilan, BA
3-Jul-2017The roles of endolithic fungi in bioerosion and disease in marine ecosystems. I. General conceptsGleason, FH; Gadd, GM; Pitt, JI; Larkum, AWD
3-Jul-2017The 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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