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Title: Role of bacterial-zooxanthellae symbiosis and gene transfer in coral reef resilience, year 3 continuation: interim report (June 1 - November 15, 2011).
Authors: Ritchie, Kimberly B.
Paul, John H.
McDaniel, Lauren D.
Keywords: corals
coral reefs
coral ecology
coral larvae
coral spawning
gene transfer agent (GTA)
Porites asteroides
mustard hill coral
Florida Keys
Issue Date: 2011
Publisher: Mote Marine Laboratory, Sarasota, FL.
Series/Report no.: POR;2010-17
Abstract: This report is part of a continuing study describing the role of bacterial-zooxanthellae symbiosis and gene transfer in coral reef resilience. In particular, the main goal of this report was to describe through a combination of field efforts and physiological and gene expression based studies, the nature of the interaction between a-proteobacteria and zooxanthellae and how these interactions might contribute to coral reef resilience. Also, the report discusses the interaction of GTAs with a-proteobacteria zooxanthellae to facilitate coral larval settlement.
Description: 2 p. report. Includes charts.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2075/2940
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