Resilience of Coral-Associated Bacterial Communities Exposed to Fish Farm Effluent

@inproceedings{Garren2009ResilienceOC,
  title={Resilience of Coral-Associated Bacterial Communities Exposed to Fish Farm Effluent},
  author={Melissa Garren and Laurie M Raymundo and James Benjamin Guest and C Drew Harvell and Farooq I Azam},
  booktitle={PloS one},
  year={2009}
}
BACKGROUND The coral holobiont includes the coral animal, algal symbionts, and associated microbial community. These microbes help maintain the holobiont homeostasis; thus, sustaining robust mutualistic microbial communities is a fundamental part of long-term coral reef survival. Coastal pollution is one major threat to reefs, and intensive fish farming is a rapidly growing source of this pollution. METHODOLOGY & PRINCIPAL FINDINGS We investigated the susceptibility and resilience of the… CONTINUE READING

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