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2017-12-07A multi-trait systems approach reveals a response cascade to bleaching in coralsGardner, SG; Raina, JB; Nitschke, MR; Nielsen, DA; Stat, M; Motti, CA; Ralph, PJ; Petrou, K
2016-03-01Light microenvironment and single-cell gradients of carbon fixation in tissues of symbiont-bearing coralsWangpraseurt, D; Pernice, M; Guagliardo, P; Kilburn, MR; Clode, PL; Polerecky, L; Kühl, M
2010-12-01Estimating the Potential for Adaptation of Corals to Climate WarmingCsászár, NBM; Ralph, PJ; Frankham, R; Berkelmans, R; van Oppen, MJH
2014-01-01Ankyrin-repeat proteins from sponge symbionts modulate amoebal phagocytosisNguyen, MTHD; Liu, M; Thomas, T
2010-05-01Differential regulation by heat stress of novel cytochrome P450 genes from the dinoflagellate symbionts of reef-building coralsRosic, NN; Pernice, M; Dunn, S; Dove, S; Hoegh-Guldberg, O
2014-02-01Lateral light transfer ensures efficient resource distribution in symbiont-bearing coralsWangpraseurt, D; Larkum, AWD; Franklin, J; Szabo, M; Ralph, PJ; Kuhl, M
2007-03-01Zooxanthellae harvested by ciliates associated with brown band syndrome of corals remain photosynthetically competentUlstrup, KE; Kühl, M; Bourne, DG
2013-05-01Highly dynamic cellular-level response of symbiotic coral to a sudden increase in environmental nitrogenKopp, C; Pernice, M; Domart-Coulon, I; Djediat, C; Spangenberg, JE; Alexander, DTL; Hignette, M; Meziane, T; Meibom, A
2018-07-01Cell Cycle Dynamics of Cultured Coral Endosymbiotic Microalgae (Symbiodinium) Across Different Types (Species) Under Alternate Light and Temperature ConditionsFujise, L; Nitschke, MR; Frommlet, JC; Serôdio, J; Woodcock, S; Ralph, PJ; Suggett, DJ
2011-06-01Niche specialization of reef-building corals in the mesophotic zone: Metabolic trade-offs between divergent Symbiodinium typesCooper, TF; Ulstrup, KE; Dandan, SS; Heyward, AJ; Kühl, M; Muirhead, A; O'Leary, RA; Ziersen, BEF; van Oppen, MJH
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