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Coral Reefs (Bleaching - Responses: Symbiont Shuffling)

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Coral Reefs (Bleaching - Responses: Symbiont Shuffling)

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* -- Coral-Algal Symbiosis in the South China Sea

* -- Symbiodinium Diversity: A Godsend for Earth's Corals

* -- The Virtues of Promiscuity in Coral Larvae

* -- Symbiont Shuffling in Corals: Is it Rare or Widespread?

* -- Evolutionary and Adaptive Responses of Coral-Algal Symbioses to Potential Future Warming

Coral Response to Thermal Stress: Symbiont Shuffling Plus

Disaster and Recovery of the Fringing Reefs of North Jamaica

"High-Performance" Algal Symbionts of Corals

The "Closed" System of Symbiotic Algae Acquisition by Corals

Evidence of Symbiont Shuffling in Great Barrier Reef Corals in Response to Warming-Induced Bleaching

Symbiodinium Diversity in Soritid Foraminfera

The Functioning of Symbiodinium Clade A and B Algae in Giant Sea Anemones

The Potential for "Symbiont Shuffling" in Corals

On Potential Responses of Corals to Global Warming

Symbiodinium D: Coral's All-Purpose Clade for Coping with Stress

The Adaptability of Corals to Global Warming

Coral Responses to Global Warming

Zooxanthellae Responses to Bleaching in Great Barrier Reef Corals

Algal Symbiont Fluctuations in Response to Warming

The Adaptive Bleaching of Corals

Corals Adapt to Bleaching

The Symbiont Shuffle

Bleached Corals: Grasping Victory from the Jaws of Death?

The Resiliency of the Coral Communities on the Outer Slope of Moorea, French Polynesia

Coral Bleaching and Climate Change

Coral Reef Responses to Environmental Change

Acclimatization of Coral Reefs

Multiple Symbionts in Corals

Coral Bleaching and Multiple Symbionts