L.K.B.’s research combines genetic, genomic and physiological approaches to understand the ecology and evolution of coral reef organisms. She hopes to increase our understanding of the adaptive potential of corals to conserve these iconic ecosystems in the future. K.E.U. researches photophysiology and chemical microenvironment of microalgae in diffusion limited environments. H.B.N. and H.J. are interested in integrating diverse data domains such as gene expression data, protein-protein interaction data, gene ontology, genome wide association studies, and noncoding RNAs. N.G. is interested in the development and application of integrative bioinformatics methods for the analysis of gene expression. B.L.W.s’ research activities concern the biology and ecology of corals, particularly relating to the ecological significance of coral disease and the role of Symbiodinium-coral endosymbiosis. D.J.M.’s interests lie in the genomics and developmental biology of corals and other ‘lower’ animals, and the molecular bases of taxonomically restricted traits. J.H.V.O.’s work focuses on the resilience of corals and their algal symbionts and their potential to adapt and acclimatize to climate change.
Microarray analysis reveals transcriptional plasticity in the reef building coral Acropora millepora
Article first published online: 15 JUN 2009
© 2009 Blackwell Publishing Ltd
Volume 18, Issue 14, pages 3062–3075, July 2009
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BAY, L. K., ULSTRUP, K. E., NIELSEN, H. B., JARMER, H., GOFFARD, N., WILLIS, B. L., MILLER, D. J. and VAN OPPEN, M. J. H. (2009), Microarray analysis reveals transcriptional plasticity in the reef building coral Acropora millepora. Molecular Ecology, 18: 3062–3075. doi: 10.1111/j.1365-294X.2009.04257.x
- Issue published online: 29 JUN 2009
- Article first published online: 15 JUN 2009
- Received 24 February 2009; revision received 20 April 2009; accepted 26 April 2009
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