[Coral-List] Scientific Papers: Aspects of the physiology and metabolism of zooxanthellae and their response to heat stress
siviweelvis at yahoo.com
Tue Apr 26 03:46:03 EDT 2016
I must acknowledge and confirm I keep receiving the information you sending to us and indeed, I am learning as I am still new in this field. However if you can, please kind email scientific articles you coming across with on the topic in the subject line.
Despite considerable research effort in South Africa, there is still a large gap in the knowledge and understanding of the mechanisms underlying coral bleaching and different levels of heat tolerance and resistance among corals and zooxanthellae at a cellular, molecular and genetic levels.
Hence I am proposing to run a study in south Africa that will share the understanding and observations acquired particularly on the mechanisms that zooxanthellae use to respond and adapt to thermal heat stress and changing environmental conditions (in this case, changing temperature and light intensity).
On Mon, 4/25/16, fducarme at mnhn.fr <fducarme at mnhn.fr> wrote:
Subject: [Coral-List] An extensive reef system at the Amazon River mouth
To: coral-list at coral.aoml.noaa.gov
Date: Monday, April 25, 2016, 2:25 PM
Here is a fascinating paper about an unexepected reef just
below the Amazon river mouth, challenging common knowledge
about reef systems.
R. L. Moura, G. M. Amado-Filho, F. C. Moraes, [...], F. L.
Thompson, AN EXTENSIVE REEF SYSTEM AT THE AMAZON RIVER
MOUTH. /Sci. Adv. /2, e1501252 (2016).
Muséum National d'Histoire Naturelle
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