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Corals and their microbiomes evolved together, new research shows. November 22, 2018, Oregon State University · coral. Credit: CC0 Public Domain

Corals and their microbiomes evolved together, new research shows

Corals and the microbes they host evolved together, new research by Oregon State University shows.

A blue Acroporid coral

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Stony corals that underpin reef structures evolve in lockstep with the microbes that live on them

Corals and their Microbiomes Evolved Together

Fish swimming in a coral reef.

READY TO FREEZE: Many stony corals such as Acropora, pictured here at Lady Elliot Island on Australia's Great Barrier Reef, are vulnerable to the effects of ...

Corals and their microbiomes evolved together, new research shows

A research diver looks for signs of stony coral tissue loss disease in Florida Keys National

Dead coral, killed during a mass bleaching event. Bleaching is triggered by the stress of warmer sea temperatures, causing coral to expel symbiotic ...

Scientists at Penn State study endangered coral species' relationship with algae

Plastic pollution carries diseases to coral ...

Mónica Medina and F. Joseph Pollock of Penn State prepare for a dive to collect

Acropora colonies infected with a white syndrome disease (top image) and healthy colonies (bottom image). Credit: Dr. David Abrego and Dr. Emily Howells

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Rebecca Vega Thurber and Ryan McMinds collect coral samples

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Researcher Andrea Grottoli is exploring why some coral fare better under changing ocean conditions. The top two images show staghorn coral before and after ...

Worth trying to save?

New study shows healthy Red Sea corals carry bacterial communities within

Coral photo

Global warming threatens our reefs. Some marine scientists have a controversial plan to save them. Elizabeth Finkel explains.

A coral reef

A healthy symbiosis of corals and their ...

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Kira Hughes and coral

A healthy reef dominated by calcifying corals and coralline algae in the Southern Line Islands. Credit: Jennifer Smith

In a healthy reef, coral symbionts make food for the coral animal. (Juergen Freund / Alamy )

Reefs around the world are threatened by climate change. A new study shows that some

Stunning underwater scenery at Lord Howe Island, Australia. Butterflyfish and corals are common. Credit: Joseph Pollock

Scientists sampled the microbial community, or microbiome, around coral reefs to gauge the global and local factors that affect reef health.

Aerial view of plastic floating over corals

New NYU Abu Dhabi research suggests corals produce molecules that can help resist disease

Local management actions can increase coral resilience to thermally-induced bleaching | Nature Ecology & Evolution

Can coral reefs change with the times?

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Skeleton of a coral.

Orbicella faveolata. Credit: Monica Medina

Corals and their microbiomes evolved together, new research shows

Reseeding a damaged reef at Heron Island. Most coral larvae drift away. Peter Harrison

Exploring coral microbiome assemblages in the South China Sea | Scientific Reports

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... of coral from around the world occupy a tank at Oregon State University. Biologist Virginia Weis is studying them to learn more about their microbiomes ...

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The Other Microeukaryotes of the Coral Reef Microbiome: Trends in Microbiology

Plastic pollution plagues seaside village in Myanmar. Credit: By Dr Kathryn Berry

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The Global Coral Microbiome Project is sampling reefs all over the world, including in Hawaii. (Claire Fackler, CINMS, NOAA)

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Microbial community composition of deep-sea corals from the Red Sea provides insight into functional adaption to a unique environment | Scientific Reports

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Rising Sea Levels May Build, Rather Than Destroy, Coral Reef Islands

Coral “oases” bring hope of reef recovery

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Biologist Abigail Clark collects tissue from diseased coral in Florida. Since 2014, the state's

The coral Diploastrea heliopora, whose dome-shaped colonies may extend several feet across.

Researchers studied corals in controlled experiments near the Florida Keys. Credit: Cory Fuchs, courtesy of Oregon State University

Dr. Lamb performing reef surveys on the Great Barrier Reef, Australia.

Coral reef photos by Daniel Osterkamp, cairnsgreatbarrierreef,org.au, and lostinaustralia.org

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Orbicella faveolata corals, Varadero reef. Credit: Monica Medina

Bacterial community dynamics are linked to patterns of coral heat tolerance | Nature Communications

Stony coral tissue loss disease progresses rapidly, taking just weeks to severely damage a coral

Coral Bleaching at Lizard Island on the Great Barrier Reef. © XL Catlin Seaview Survey

Coral breeding experiments at SeaSim, the world's most sophisticated aquarium.

Microbial contributions to the persistence of coral reefs | The ISME Journal

Algae compete with coral for resources, so algae-eating fishes can help prevent coral health and death. Rebecca Vega Thurber, Author provided

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acropora? Bleached corals

Early signs of bleaching coral in Kaheohe Bay Hawaii, August 2015. XL Catlin Seaview Survey / Underwater Earth

CORVALLIS, Ore. – Corals and the microbes they host evolved together, new research by Oregon State University shows.

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In situ studies in the Red Sea: long-term monitoring of biotic and abiotic aspects of coral reefs

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Far Northern Great Barrier Reef. Reefs around the world are threatened by climate change.

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Defining the Core Microbiome in Corals' Microbial Soup: Trends in Microbiology

Dr. Lamb performing reef surveys on the Great Barrier Reef, Australia.

The host coral Acropora granulosa (pictured), the tissues layers of the host coral and regions of bacterial association (a) and Venn diagram of the ...

Coral Reefs in Crisis

Coral microbiome assemblages at domain (only for Archaea), phylum, or class (only for Proteobacteria) level. Relative abundance for each taxon is plotted ...

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Productivity hotspots in an otherwise nutrient-poor ocean. High abundances of plankton-eating fish on an Indo-Pacific coral reef. Zafer Kizilkaya

A curious branch of plankton evolution | Soggy Science | Pinterest | Evolution and Lineage

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Corals and their microbiomes evolved together, new research shows. November 22, 2018, Oregon State University · coral. Credit: CC0 Public Domain

Corals and the microbes they host evolved together, new research by Oregon State University shows.

Corals and their microbiomes evolved together, new research shows

A blue Acroporid coral

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Research Shows Corals And Their Microbiomes Evolve Together - The Daily Catch

Stony corals that underpin reef structures evolve in lockstep with the microbes that live on them

Corals and their Microbiomes Evolved Together

Fish swimming in a coral reef.

Researchers show that corals adapt photosynthetic rates to prevailing environmental conditions

READY TO FREEZE: Many stony corals such as Acropora, pictured here at Lady Elliot Island on Australia's Great Barrier Reef, are vulnerable to the effects of ...

Colonies of Siderastrea siderea (massive starlet coral) and Pseudodiploria strigosa (symmetrical brain coral) growing side by side in the Florida Keys.

Corals and their microbiomes evolved together, new research shows

A research diver looks for signs of stony coral tissue loss disease in Florida Keys National

Scientists at Penn State study endangered coral species' relationship with algae

Mónica Medina and F. Joseph Pollock of Penn State prepare for a dive to collect

Acropora colonies infected with a white syndrome disease (top image) and healthy colonies (bottom image). Credit: Dr. David Abrego and Dr. Emily Howells

Rebecca Vega Thurber and Ryan McMinds collect coral samples

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Pseudodiploria strigosa (symmetrical brain coral) colony regrowing over the coring hole. Credit: UNC-Chapel Hill. Researchers ...

Dead coral, killed during a mass bleaching event. Bleaching is triggered by the stress of warmer sea temperatures, causing coral to expel symbiotic ...

Researcher Andrea Grottoli is exploring why some coral fare better under changing ocean conditions. The top two images show staghorn coral before and after ...

Plastic pollution carries diseases to coral ...

Many Caribbean reefs are now dominated by sponges. Credit: www.shutterstock.com, CC BY-ND , Australian Institute of Marine Science

New study shows healthy Red Sea corals carry bacterial communities within

Research Shows Corals And Their Microbiomes Evolve Together | Ocean Science and Technology | Research, Science, Science, technology

Worth trying to save?

Coral photo

Research Shows Corals And Their Microbiomes Evolve Together | Ocean Science and Technology | Research, Science, Science, technology

Global warming threatens our reefs. Some marine scientists have a controversial plan to save them. Elizabeth Finkel explains.

A coral reef

Researchers studied reef sands at Heron Island, Hawaii, Bermuda and Tetiaroa. In this photo, white areas show the predominance of sand on reefs.

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Part of the Great Barrier Reef in the Coral Sea off NE Australia. Credit: Rick Stuart-Smith

Research reveals effective method to control algae growth on Hawaiian coral reefs

A healthy symbiosis of corals and their ...

Research Shows Corals And Their Microbiomes Evolve Together | Ocean Science and Technology | Research, Science, Science, technology

Scientists sampled the microbial community, or microbiome, around coral reefs to gauge the global and local factors that affect reef health.

Stunning underwater scenery at Lord Howe Island, Australia. Butterflyfish and corals are common. Credit: Joseph Pollock

Aposymbiotic Aiptasia (sea anemone genus). Credit: Guoxin Cui and Antonio Ruiz

Kira Hughes and coral

Aerial view of plastic floating over corals

Reefs around the world are threatened by climate change. A new study shows that some

In a healthy reef, coral symbionts make food for the coral animal. (Juergen Freund / Alamy )

New research suggests Caribbean gorgonian corals are resistant to ocean acidification

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Local management actions can increase coral resilience to thermally-induced bleaching | Nature Ecology & Evolution

Australian kelp in the "Great Southern Reef" Credit: John Turnbull

Can coral reefs change with the times?

Skeleton of a coral.

Orbicella faveolata. Credit: Monica Medina

New NYU Abu Dhabi research suggests corals produce molecules that can help resist disease

Corals on the Great Barrier Reef. Credit: Eric Matson, Australian Institute of Marine Science " ...

Research reveals effective method to control algae growth on Hawaiian coral reefs

Reseeding a damaged reef at Heron Island. Most coral larvae drift away. Peter Harrison

Research Shows Corals And Their Microbiomes Evolve Together | Ocean Science and Technology | Research, Science, Science, technology

... of coral from around the world occupy a tank at Oregon State University. Biologist Virginia Weis is studying them to learn more about their microbiomes ...

Research Shows Corals And Their Microbiomes Evolve Together | Ocean Science and Technology | Research, Science, Science, technology

A diver on the Great Barrier Reef conducts a survey for Reef Life Survey (RLS). Credit: Rick Stuart-Smith " ...

The Other Microeukaryotes of the Coral Reef Microbiome: Trends in Microbiology

A geographic map of coral sampling locations in the South China Sea. The map showing dark gray, sandy, and blue indicates the land, shallow water, ...

Plastic pollution plagues seaside village in Myanmar. Credit: By Dr Kathryn Berry

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A ...

The Global Coral Microbiome Project is sampling reefs all over the world, including in Hawaii. (Claire Fackler, CINMS, NOAA)

The coral Diploastrea heliopora, whose dome-shaped colonies may extend several feet across.

The Australian government is offering funding to research ways to protect the Great Barrier Reef after repeated bleaching episodes that scientists say are ...

A SECORE diver with a tray of Seeding Units that will be outplanted onto a reef in the waters of Curacao soon. Credit: SECORE International / Benjamin ...

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Rising Sea Levels May Build, Rather Than Destroy, Coral Reef Islands

Many marine sponges can tolerate ocean warming and acidification better than reef-building corals. Credit: James Bell

Coral “oases” bring hope of reef recovery

Pie charts denote average bacterial abundance across replicates for the three coral species. The taxonomy bar plot denotes relative bacterial abundance ...

The red coral in the middle of this image is a staghorn coral, or A. millepora. Credit: Mikhail Matz

Biologist Abigail Clark collects tissue from diseased coral in Florida. Since 2014, the state's

Dr. Lamb performing reef surveys on the Great Barrier Reef, Australia.

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Researchers studied corals in controlled experiments near the Florida Keys. Credit: Cory Fuchs, courtesy of Oregon State University

Corals and their microbiomes evolved together, new research shows

Coral reef photos by Daniel Osterkamp, cairnsgreatbarrierreef,org.au, and lostinaustralia.org

Microbial contributions to the persistence of coral reefs | The ISME Journal

Orbicella faveolata corals, Varadero reef. Credit: Monica Medina

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Stony coral tissue loss disease progresses rapidly, taking just weeks to severely damage a coral

Bacterial community dynamics are linked to patterns of coral heat tolerance | Nature Communications