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20-May-2010Decentralize, adapt and cooperate.Sagarin, RD; Alcorta, CS; Atran, S; Blumstein, DT; Dietl, GP; Hochberg, ME; Johnson, DDP; Levin, S; Madin, EMP; Madin, JS; Prescott, EM; Sosis, R; Taylor, T; Tooby, J; Vermeij, GJ
1-May-2013Marine microbial symbiosis heats up: The phylogenetic and functional response of a sponge holobiont to thermal stressFan, L; Liu, M; Simister, R; Webster, NS; Thomas, T
2-Jul-2014Wolbachia in the flesh: Symbiont intensities in germ-line and somatic tissues challenge the conventional view of Wolbachia transmission routesFrost, CL; Pollock, SW; Smith, JE; Hughes, WOH
1-May-2012Distinct Bradyrhizbium communities nodulate legumes native to temperate and tropical monsoon AustraliaStepkowski, T; Watkin, E; McInnes, A; Gurda, D; Gracz, J; Steenkamp, ET
1-Aug-2012Metaproteogenomic analysis of a community of sponge symbiontsLiu, M; Fan, L; Zhong, L; Kjelleberg, S; Thomas, T
3-Jul-2012Functional equivalence and evolutionary convergence in complex communities of microbial sponge symbiontsFan, L; Reynolds, D; Liu, M; Stark, M; Kjelleberg, S; Webster, NS; Thomas, T
1-Sep-2016Sex, Scavengers, and Chaperones: Transcriptome Secrets of Divergent Symbiodinium Thermal TolerancesLevin, RA; Beltran, VH; Hill, R; Kjelleberg, S; McDougald, D; Steinberg, PD; Van Oppen, MJH
1-Mar-2017Evidence for a role of viruses in the thermal sensitivity of coral photosymbiontsLevin, RA; Voolstra, CR; Weynberg, KD; Van Oppen, MJH
1-May-2018Single-cell measurement of ammonium and bicarbonate uptake within a photosymbiotic bioeroding spongeAchlatis, M; Pernice, M; Green, K; Guagliardo, P; Kilburn, MR; Hoegh-Guldberg, O; Dove, S
1-Jul-2018Crown-of-thorns sea star Acanthaster cf. solaris has tissue-characteristic microbiomes with potential roles in health and reproductionHøj, L; Levy, N; Baillie, BK; Clode, PL; Strohmaier, RC; Siboni, N; Webster, NS; Uthicke, S; Bourne, DG
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