Todd C Lajeunesse

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  • 2021-05-19 Mutualistic microalgae co-diversify with reef corals that acquire symbionts during egg development in THE ISME JOURNAL: MULTIDISCIPLINARY JOURNAL OF MICROBIAL ECOLOGY
  • 2020-03-06 Endosymbiotic dinoflagellates pump iron: differences in iron and other trace metal needs among the Symbiodiniaceae in CORAL REEFS
  • 2019-07-10 Host–symbiont combinations dictate the photo-physiological response of reef-building corals to thermal stress in SCIENTIFIC REPORTS
  • 2019-04-16 Correction to: Mass coral bleaching of P. versipora in Sydney Harbour driven by the 2015–2016 heatwave in CORAL REEFS
  • 2016-12-22 Genomes of coral dinoflagellate symbionts highlight evolutionary adaptations conducive to a symbiotic lifestyle in SCIENTIFIC REPORTS
  • 2016-01-18 Most Low-Abundance “Background” Symbiodinium spp. Are Transitory and Have Minimal Functional Significance for Symbiotic Corals in MICROBIAL ECOLOGY
  • 2015-12-19 An Indo-West Pacific ‘zooxanthella’ invasive to the western Atlantic finds its way to the Eastern Pacific via an introduced Caribbean coral in CORAL REEFS
  • 2015-10-26 Intraspecific diversity among partners drives functional variation in coral symbioses in SCIENTIFIC REPORTS
  • 2013-09-04 Microsatellite loci for Symbiodinium goreaui and other Clade C Symbiodinium in CONSERVATION GENETICS RESOURCES
  • 2013-05-04 Ecological and biogeographic implications of Siderastrea symbiotic relationship with Symbiodinium sp. C46 in Sal Island (Cape Verde, East Atlantic Ocean) in MARINE BIODIVERSITY
  • 2013-04-10 Eight polymorphic microsatellite loci for the Indo-Pacific-wide zoanthid, Zoanthus sansibaricus in MARINE BIODIVERSITY
  • 2012-03-03 Contrasting clonal structure among Pocillopora (Scleractinia) communities at two environmentally distinct sites in the Gulf of California in CORAL REEFS
  • 2011-02-13 Microsatellite loci for the host-generalist “zooxanthella” Symbiodinium trenchi and other Clade D Symbiodinium in CONSERVATION GENETICS RESOURCES
  • 2010-07-30 Microsatellite loci for Symbiodinium A3 (S. fitti) a common algal symbiont among Caribbean Acropora (stony corals) and Indo-Pacific giant clams (Tridacna) in CONSERVATION GENETICS RESOURCES
  • 2010-05-26 The Relative Significance of Host–Habitat, Depth, and Geography on the Ecology, Endemism, and Speciation of Coral Endosymbionts in the Genus Symbiodinium in MICROBIAL ECOLOGY
  • 2010-05-22 The reticulated chloroplasts of zooxanthellae (Symbiodinium) and differences in chlorophyll localization among life cycle stages in CORAL REEFS
  • 2009-05-21 Stability of coral–endosymbiont associations during and after a thermal stress event in the southern Great Barrier Reef in CORAL REEFS
  • 2008-06-25 Do introduced endosymbiotic dinoflagellates ‘take’ to new hosts? in BIOLOGICAL INVASIONS
  • 2008-04-15 Symbiont specificity and bleaching susceptibility among soft corals in the 1998 Great Barrier Reef mass coral bleaching event in MARINE BIOLOGY
  • 2007-02-08 Spring “bleaching” among Pocillopora in the Sea of Cortez, Eastern Pacific in CORAL REEFS
  • 2007-01-11 Three party symbiosis: acoelomorph worms, corals and unicellular algal symbionts in Eilat (Red Sea) in MARINE BIOLOGY
  • 2005-10-13 Multi-year, seasonal genotypic surveys of coral-algal symbioses reveal prevalent stability or post-bleaching reversion in MARINE BIOLOGY
  • 2004-10-01 Persistence of non-caribbean algal symbionts in Indo-Pacific mushroom corals released to Jamaica 35 years ago in CORAL REEFS
  • 2004-09-11 High diversity and host specificity observed among symbiotic dinoflagellates in reef coral communities from Hawaii in CORAL REEFS
  • 2004-08-10 Biogeographic partitioning and host specialization among foraminiferan dinoflagellate symbionts (Symbiodinium; Dinophyta) in MARINE BIOLOGY
  • 2002-08 Diversity and community structure of symbiotic dinoflagellates from Caribbean coral reefs in MARINE BIOLOGY
  • 1997-01 Convergent evolution masks extensive biodiversity among marine coccoid picoplankton in BIODIVERSITY AND CONSERVATION
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