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Spherulization as a process for the exudation of chemical cues by the encrusting sponge C. crambe
Ecological interactions in the marine environment are now recognized to be partly held by chemical cues produced by marine organisms. In particular, sponges are sessile animals thought to rely on the… Expand
Descriptions of new sponge species and genus, including aspiculate Plakinidae, overturn the Homoscleromorpha classification
Among the Porifera, the taxonomy and systematics of Homoscleromorpha is one of the most challenging. Over the last two decades, this class and its single order Homosclerophorida have seen a high rate… Expand