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The nature of temperate anthozoan - dinoflagellate symbioses
Ammonium enhancement of dark carbon fixation and nitrogen limitation in zooxanthellae symbiotic with the reef corals Madracis mirabilis and Montastrea annularis
Identification of the bacterial symbiont Entotheonella sp. in the mesohyl of the marine sponge Discodermia sp
Changes in the ultrastructure of symbiotic zooxanthellae (Symbiodinium sp., Dinophyceae) in fed and starved sea anemones maintained under high and low light
Effect of short-term exposure to elevated temperatures and light levels on photosynthesis of different host-symbiont combinations in the Aiptasia pallid Symbiodinium symbiosis
Investigations on symbioses between shrimp and sea anemones
An assessment of indices of nutrientsufficiency in symbiotic dinoflagellates
The influence of ‘host release factor’ on carbon release by zooxanthellae isolated from fed and starved Aiptasia pallida (Verrill)
Symbiosis between bacteria and oceanic clonal sea star larvae in the western North Atlantic Ocean
The diversity of the bacterial communities associated with the azooxanthellate hexacoral Cirrhipathes lutkeni
Limits on the bathymetric distribution ofkeratose sponges: a field test in deep water.
The molluscan community associated with the scleractinian coral Oculina varicosa
Effects of host feeding and dissolved ammonium on cell division and nitrogen status of zooxanthellae in the hydroid Myrionema amboinense
Analysis of morphology, growth rate, and fragmentation of the endangered lichen species Cladonia Perforata
Molecular techniques reveal wide phyletic diversity of heterotrophic microbes associated with Discodermia spp. (Porifera: Demospongiae)
Comparison of bacterial diversity within the coral reef sponge, Axinella corrugata, the encrusting coral Erythropodium caribaeorum
Association of bacteria with larvae of the gutless protobranch bivalve Solemya reidi (Cryptodonta: Solemyidae)
Zooxanthellae diversity and abundance in corals at St. Lucie Reef, FL
A molecular systematic survey of sponge derived microbes
Wahlia Pulchella N. SP., a turbellarian flatworm (Neorhabdocoela: Umagillidae) from the intestine of the sea cucumber Stichopus Californicus

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