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1-Sep-2018Impact of nitrogen availability upon the electron requirement for carbon fixation in Australian coastal phytoplankton communitiesHughes, DJ; Varkey, D; Doblin, MA; Ingleton, T; Mcinnes, A; Ralph, PJ; van Dongen-Vogels, V; Suggett, DJ
14-Feb-2018Utility of photochemical traits as diagnostics of thermal tolerance amongst great barrier reef coralsNitschke, MR; Gardner, SG; Goyen, S; Fujise, L; Camp, EF; Ralph, PJ; Suggett, DJ
1-Sep-2017Symbiodinium mitigate the combined effects of hypoxia and acidification on a noncalcifying cnidarianKlein, SG; Pitt, KA; Nitschke, MR; Goyen, S; Welsh, DT; Suggett, DJ; Carroll, AR
12-May-2015Coral symbiotic algae calcify ex hospite in partnership with bacteriaFrommlet, JC; Sousa, ML; Alves, A; Vieira, SI; Suggett, DJ; Serôdio, J
1-Sep-2017Expanding the Symbiodinium (Dinophyceae, Suessiales) Toolkit Through Protoplast TechnologyLevin, RA; Suggett, DJ; Nitschke, MR; van Oppen, MJH; Steinberg, PD
1-Feb-2018Thermal refugia against coral bleaching throughout the northern Red SeaOsman, EO; Smith, DJ; Ziegler, M; Kürten, B; Conrad, C; El-Haddad, KM; Voolstra, CR; Suggett, DJ
15-Sep-2019Morphology, characterization, and conversion of the corals Goniopora spp. and Porites cylindrica to hydroxyapatiteAkyol, S; Ben Nissan, B; Karacan, I; Yetmez, M; Gokce, H; Suggett, DJ; Oktar, FN
1-Jul-2018How can “Super Corals” facilitate global coral reef survival under rapid environmental and climatic change?Camp, EF; Schoepf, V; Suggett, DJ
1-Jan-2013A mechanistic model for the light response of photosynthetic electron transport rate based on light harvesting properties of photosynthetic pigment moleculesYe, ZP; Robakowski, P; Suggett, DJ
1-Jul-2013A mechanistic model for the photosynthesis-light response based on the photosynthetic electron transport of photosystem II in C<inf>3</inf> and C<inf>4</inf> speciesYe, ZP; Suggett, DJ; Robakowski, P; Kang, HJ
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