Closely related Symbiodinium spp . differ in relative dominance in coral reef host communities across environmental , latitudinal and biogeographic gradients

@inproceedings{LaJeunesse2004CloselyRS,
  title={Closely related Symbiodinium spp . differ in relative dominance in coral reef host communities across environmental , latitudinal and biogeographic gradients},
  author={Todd C. LaJeunesse and Ranjeet Bhagooli and Michio Hidaka and Lyndon Devantier and Terry J Done and Gregory W. Schmidt and William K. Fitt and Ove Hoegh-Guldberg},
  year={2004}
}
The diversity and community structures of symbiotic dinoflagellates are described from reef invertebrates in southern and central provinces of the Great Barrier Reef (GBR), Australia, and Zamami Island, Okinawa, Japan. The symbiont assemblages from region to region were dominated by Clade C Symbiodinium spp. and consisted of numerous host-specific and/or rare types (specialists), and several types common to many hosts (generalists). Prevalence in the host community among certain host–generalist… CONTINUE READING
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