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Cuba's Mesophotic Coral Reefs and Associated Fish Communities
Cruise Report. Cuba's Twilight Zone Reefs: Remotely Operated Vehicle Surveys of Deep/Mesophotic Coral Reefs and Associated Fish Communities of Cuba
Report Title: Characterization of Mesophotic Coral/Sponge Habitats and Fish Assemblages in the Regions of Pulley Ridge and Tortugas from ROV Dives during R/V Walton Smith Cruises of 2012 to 2015
Cellular Basis of Sponge-Sponge Associations
Discovery of Loxosomella vivipara (Entoprocta: Loxosomatidae) in the Marine Sponge Hippospongia cf. gossypina (Porifera: Spongiidae) in the Florida Keys
Documenting Trematode Larvae in Marine Sponges
Preliminary Cruise Report.  2015 HBOI-FAU Cruise.  Mesophotic and deepwater reef ecosystems- ROV/AUV surveys of SW Florida Shelf including Northern Pulley Ridge and Howell Hook regions. May 7-20, 2015
Reconstruction of Family-Level Phylogenetic Relationships within Demospongiae (Porifera) Using Nuclear Encoded Housekeeping Genes
NOAA CIOERT cruise report: Survey of the pulley ridge mesophotic reef ecosystem
NOAA CIOERT Report: Survey of the Deep-Sea Coral and Sponge Ecosystem of Pourtalés. NOAA Ship Nancy Foster Florida Shelf-Edge Exploration II (FLoSEE) Cruise Leg 2-September 23-30, 2011. (NOAA Project Number: NF-11-09-CIOERT)
NOAA CIOERT Report: Survey of the Pulley Ridge Mesophotic Reef Ecosystem. NOAA Ship Nancy Foster Florida Shelf-Edge Exploration II (FLoSEE) Cruise Leg 1-September 12-19, 2011
Natural Products from the Lithistida: A Review of the Literature since 2000
Cell cycle analysis of primary sponge cell cultures
FAU Climate Change Initiative Priority Theme: Research, Engineering, and Adaption to a Change Climate
Isolation, synthesis, and biological activity of Aphrocallistin, an adenine-substituted bromotyramine metabolite from the hexactinellida sponge Aphrocallistes beatrix
Use of real-time qPCR to quantify members of the unculturable heterotrophic bacterial community in a deep sea marine sponge, Vetulina sp
Identification of the bacterial symbiont Entotheonella sp. in the mesohyl of the marine sponge Discodermia sp
Neopeltolide a new macrolide from a lithistid sponge of the family Neopeltidae
Marine biotechnology: realizing the potential
Glass sponges and bilaterian animals share derived mitochondrial genomic features: a common ancestry or parallel evolution?

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