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Site-specific variation in gene expression from Symbiodinium spp. associated with offshore and inshore Porites astreoides in the lower Florida Keys is lost with bleaching and disease stress.

Briana Hauff Salas, Joshua A Haslun, Kevin B Strychar, Peggy H Ostrom, James M Cervino,

Scleractinian coral are experiencing unprecedented rates of mortality due to increases in sea surface temperatures in response to global climate change. Some coral species however, survive high temperature events due to a reduced susceptibility to bleaching. We investigated the relationship between bleaching susceptibility and expression of five metabolically related genes ... Read more >>

PLoS One (PloS one)
[2017, 12(3):e0173350]

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Genetically divergent Symbiodinium sp. display distinct molecular responses to pathogenic Vibrio and thermal stress.

Briana Hauff, James M Cervino, Joshua A Haslun, Nancy Krucher, Andrew M Wier, Alexandra L Mannix, Konrad Hughen, Kevin B Strychar,

Global climate change and anthropogenic activities are threatening the future survival of coral reef ecosystems. The ability of reef-building zooxanthellate coral to survive these stressors may be determined through fundamental differences within their symbiotic dinoflagellates (Symbiodinium sp.). We define the in vitro apoptotic response of 2 evolutionarily distant Symbiodinium sp., ... Read more >>

Dis Aquat Organ (Diseases of aquatic organisms)
[2014, 112(2):149-159]

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Ulcerated yellow spot syndrome: implications of aquaculture-related pathogens associated with soft coral Sarcophyton ehrenbergi tissue lesions.

James M Cervino, Briana Hauff, Joshua A Haslun, Kathryn Winiarski-Cervino, Michael Cavazos, Pamela Lawther, Andrew M Wier, Konrad Hughen, Kevin B Strychar,

We introduce a new marine syndrome called ulcerated yellow spot, affecting the soft coral Sarcophyton ehrenbergi. To identify bacteria associated with tissue lesions, tissue and mucus samples were taken during a 2009 Indo-Pacific research expedition near the Wakatobi Island chain, Indonesia. Polymerase chain reaction targeting the 16S rDNA gene indicated ... Read more >>

Dis Aquat Organ (Diseases of aquatic organisms)
[2012, 102(2):137-148]

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Relationship of Vibrio species infection and elevated temperatures to yellow blotch/band disease in Caribbean corals.

James M Cervino, Raymond L Hayes, Shawn W Polson, Sara C Polson, Thomas J Goreau, Robert J Martinez, Garriet W Smith,

The bacterial and temperature factors leading to yellow blotch/band disease (YBD), which affects the major reef-building Caribbean corals Montastrea spp., have been investigated. Groups of bacteria isolated from affected corals and inoculated onto healthy corals caused disease signs similar to those of YBD. The 16S rRNA genes from these bacteria ... Read more >>

Appl Environ Microbiol (Applied and environmental microbiology)
[2004, 70(11):6855-6864]

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