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Nutrient Limitation in the Symbiotic Association between Zooxanthellae and Reef-building Corals: The Experimental Design
|Title:||Nutrient Limitation in the Symbiotic Association between Zooxanthellae and Reef-building Corals: The Experimental Design|
Jokiel, Paul L.
|Issue Date:||Jul 1994|
|Publisher:||University of Hawaii Press|
|Citation:||Stambler N, Jokiel PL, Dubinsky Z. 1994. Nutrient limitation in the symbiotic association between zooxanthellae and reef-building corals: the experimental design. Pac Sci 48(3): 219-223.|
|Abstract:||The question of nutrient limitation and of its regulatory effect on
population densities of zooxanthellae in hospice was studied by an international
team of researchers during an intensive 5-day workshop. Participants studied
colonies of two coral species that were preincubated over different time periods
ranging from 0 to 8 weeks under four different nutrient concentrations. A broad
spectrum of parameters was measured simultaneously at the molecular, cellular,
and colony levels of organization using a variety of techniques. This paper
describes the overall experimental design.
|Appears in Collections:||Pacific Science Volume 48, Number 3, 1994|
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