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Feb-2009What do qualitative rapid assessment collections of macroinvertebrates represent? A comparison with extensive quantitative samplingGillies, CL; Hose, GC; Turak, E
1-Nov-2009Behavioural interactions between ecosystem engineers control community species richnessGribben, PE; Byers, JE; Clements, M; McKenzie, LA; Steinberg, PD; Wright, JT
1-Dec-2012Transcriptomics and microbial eukaryote diversity: A way forwardMurray, SA; Patterson, DJ; Thessen, AE
1-Dec-2009Comparison of outcomes of permanently closed and periodically harvested coral reef reservesBartlett, CY; Manua, C; Cinner, J; Sutton, S; Jimmy, R; South, R; Nilsson, J; Raina, J
1-Jul-2012Geographic Specific Coral-Associated Ammonia-Oxidizing Archaea in the Northern Gulf of Eilat (Red Sea)Siboni, N; Ben-Dov, E; Sivan, A; Kushmaro, A
1-Mar-2009Identical genotypes of an ericoid mycorrhiza-forming fungus occur in roots of Epacris pulchella (Ericaceae) and Leptospermum polygalifolium (Myrtaceae) in an Australian sclerophyll forestCurlevski, NJA; Chambers, SM; Anderson, IC; Cairney, JWG
1-Dec-2017Timing anthropogenic stressors to mitigate their impact on marine ecosystem resilienceWu, PPY; Mengersen, K; McMahon, K; Kendrick, GA; Chartrand, K; York, PH; Rasheed, MA; Caley, MJ
1-May-2013Key microbial drivers in Antarctic aquatic environmentsWilkins, D; Yau, S; Williams, TJ; Allen, MA; Brown, MV; Demaere, MZ; Lauro, FM; Cavicchioli, R
16-May-2012Coral-bacterial communities before and after a coral mass spawning event on Ningaloo ReefCeh, J; Raina, JB; Soo, RM; van Keulen, M; Bourne, DG
20-Oct-2015Spatially extensive microbial biogeography of the Indian Ocean provides insights into the unique community structure of a pristine coral atollJeffries, TC; Ostrowski, M; Williams, RB; Xie, C; Jensen, RM; Grzymski, JJ; Senstius, SJ; Givskov, M; Hoeke, R; Philip, GK; Neches, RY; Drautz-Moses, DI; Chenard, C; Paulsen, IT; Lauro, FM
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