Biogeographic partitioning and liost specialization among foraminiferan dinoflagellate symbionts [ Symbiodinium ; Dinopliyta )

@inproceedings{Pochon2008BiogeographicPA,
  title={Biogeographic partitioning and liost specialization among foraminiferan dinoflagellate symbionts [ Symbiodinium ; Dinopliyta )},
  author={Pochon and Todd C. LaJeunesse and Jan Pawlowski},
  year={2008}
}
Large discoidal soritid foraminiferans (Soritinae) are abundant in coral reef ecosystems. As with the many cnidarian invertebrates that inhabit these systems, they also depend on symbiotic dinoflageUates (Symbiodinium) for their growth and survival. Several particular Symbiodinium sub-genera or clades inhabit these soritids. One of these groups, referred to as clade C, dominates corals and their relatives throughout the tropical Indo-Pacific. In contrast, the distributions of Symbiodinium spp… CONTINUE READING

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