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31-Oct-2016Air exposure of coral is a significant source of dimethylsulfide (DMS) to the atmosphereHopkins, FE; Bell, TG; Yang, M; Suggett, DJ; Steinke, M
1-Apr-2016Energy cost and putative benefits of cellular mechanisms modulating buoyancy in aflagellate marine phytoplanktonLavoie, M; Raven, JA; Levasseur, M
16-Jul-2010Chemoattraction to dimethylsulfoniopropionate throughout the marine microbial food webSeymour, JR; Simó, R; Ahmed, T; Stocker, R
10-Feb-2016Dimethylsulfoniopropionate, superoxide dismutase and glutathione as stress response indicators in three corals under short-term hyposalinity stressGardner, SG; Nielsen, DA; Laczka, O; Shimmon, R; Beltran, VH; Ralph, PJ; Petrou, K
28-Oct-2013DMSP biosynthesis by an animal and its role in coral thermal stress responseRaina, JB; Tapiolas, DM; Forêt, S; Lutz, A; Abrego, D; Ceh, J; Seneca, FO; Clode, PL; Bourne, DG; Willis, BL; Motti, CA
1-Mar-2010Do the organic sulfur compounds DMSP and DMS drive coral microbial associations?Raina, JB; Dinsdale, EA; Willis, BL; Bourne, DG
14-Aug-2017Transcriptomic analysis of the response of Acropora millepora to hypo-osmotic stress provides insights into DMSP biosynthesis by coralsAguilar, C; Raina, JB; Motti, CA; Fôret, S; Hayward, DC; Lapeyre, B; Bourne, DG; Miller, DJ
1-Apr-2018DSYB catalyses the key step of dimethylsulfoniopropionate biosynthesis in many phytoplanktonCurson, ARJ; Williams, BT; Pinchbeck, BJ; Sims, LP; Martínez, AB; Rivera, PPL; Kumaresan, D; Mercadé, E; Spurgin, LG; Carrión, O; Moxon, S; Cattolico, RA; Kuzhiumparambil, U; Guagliardo, P; Clode, PL; Raina, JB; Todd, JD
1-Jun-2009Coral-associated bacteria and their role in the biogeochemical cycling of sulfurRaina, JB; Tapiolas, D; Willis, BL; Bourne, DG
23-Aug-2015Chemotaxis by natural populations of coral reef bacteriaTout, J; Jeffries, TC; Petrou, K; Tyson, GW; Webster, NS; Garren, M; Stocker, R; Ralph, PJ; Seymour, JR
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