A nanoscale secondary ion mass spectrometry study of dinoflagellate functional diversity in reef-building corals.

@article{Pernice2015ANS,
  title={A nanoscale secondary ion mass spectrometry study of dinoflagellate functional diversity in reef-building corals.},
  author={Mathieu Pernice and Simon R. Dunn and Linda Tonk and Sophie Dove and Isabelle Domart-Coulon and Peter C. Hoppe and Arno Schintlmeister and Michael Wagner and Anders Meibom},
  journal={Environmental microbiology},
  year={2015},
  volume={17 10},
  pages={3570-80}
}
Nutritional interactions between corals and symbiotic dinoflagellate algae lie at the heart of the structural foundation of coral reefs. Whilst the genetic diversity of Symbiodinium has attracted particular interest because of its contribution to the sensitivity of corals to environmental changes and bleaching (i.e. disruption of coral-dinoflagellate symbiosis), very little is known about the in hospite metabolic capabilities of different Symbiodinium types. Using a combination of stable… CONTINUE READING
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