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A simple radiocarbon dating method for determining the age and growth rate of deep-sea sponges
Abstract The ability to reliably age siliceous sponges is explored using radiocarbon dating of several hexactinellid sponge specimens including Rossella racovitzae racovitzae Topsent, 1901 (C.Expand
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12,34-Oxamanzamines, novel biocatalytic and natural products from manzamine producing Indo-Pacific sponges
ent-12,34-Oxamanzamines E (1) and F (2), as well as 12,34-oxamanzamine A (4) were isolated from three Indo-Pacific sponges and their structures were assigned on the basis of spectroscopic data. TheExpand
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Mitochondrial Cytochrome oxidase 1 phylogeny supports alternative taxonomic scheme for the marine Haplosclerida
Recent molecular studies have shown that the sponge order Haploslcerida is polyphyletic as the freshwater sponges appear to be more closely related to other demosponges than they are to the marineExpand
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An unprecedented new genus and family of Tetractinellida (Porifera, Demospongiae) from New Zealand's Colville Ridge, with a new type of mitochondrial group I intron
A remarkable sponge with unprecedented megascleres and systematic affinities was collected recently from a previously unidentified volcano on Colville Ridge to the north-east of New Zealand. TheExpand
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Non‐destructive video image analysis method for measuring growth in sponge farming: Preliminary results from the New Zealand bath‐sponge Spongia (Heterofibria) manipulatus
Abstract The skeleton of the New Zealand endemic sponge Spongia (Heterofibria) manipulatus (Demospongiae: Dictyoceratida: Spongiidae) has physical qualities that make it suitable for use as aExpand
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Anti-Cryptococcal and Nitric Oxide Synthase Inhibitory Imidazole Alkaloids from the Calcareous Sponge Leucetta cf chagosensis
Abstract Antifungal imidazole alkaloids were isolated from the Egyptian Red Sea sponge Leucetta cf chagosensis using HPLC. These compounds were the previously reported naamidine A, B, D and G and theExpand
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Anti-infective discorhabdins from a deep-water alaskan sponge of the genus Latrunculia.
Bioassay- and LC-MS-guided fractionation of a methanol extract from a new deep-water Alaskan sponge species of the genus Latrunculia resulted in the isolation of two new brominatedExpand
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Radiometric Characterization of IKONOS Multispectral Imagery
Abstract A radiometric characterization of Space Imaging's IKONOS 4-m multispectral imagery has been performed by a National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) funded team from NASA StennisExpand
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Ultrafast relaxation of hot optical phonons in monolayer and multilayer graphene on different substrates
Abstract Hot carrier cooling in few-layer and multilayer epitaxial graphene on SiC, and chemical vapor deposition (CVD) grown graphene transferred onto a glass substrate was investigated by transientExpand
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New indications of the phylogenetic affinity of Spongosorites suberitoides Diaz et al., 1993 (Porifera, Demospongiae) as revealed by 28S ribosomal DNA
Re-description of the Florida hermit-crab sponge Spongosorites suberitoides Diaz et al., 1993 by Sandford and Kelly-Borges (1997) found the sponge to be greatly more similar, morphologically andExpand
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