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Old 01/04/2016, 09:23 AM   #2517
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And some more for the hardcore...

Algae as an important environment for bacteria - phylogenetic relationships among new bacterial species isolated from algae

Aquaculture application and ecophysiology of marine bacteria from the Roseobacter clade

Beyond carbon and nitrogen: how the microbial energy economy couples elemental cycles in diverse ecosystems

The boring microflora in modern coral reef ecosystems: a review of its roles

Chemotaxis by natural populations of coral reef bacteria

Coral-Associated Bacteria and Their Role in the Biogeochemical Cycling of Sulfur

Coral Mucus: The Properties of Its Constituent Mucins

Coral reef invertebrate microbiomes correlate with the presence of photosymbionts

Degradation and mineralization of coral mucus in reef environments

Depleted dissolved organic carbon and distinct bacterial communities in the water column of a rapid-flushing coral reef ecosystem

Diverse communities of active Bacteria and Archaea along oxygen gradients in coral reef sediments

Diversity and Abundance of the Bacterial Community of the Red Macroalga Porphyraumbilicalis: Did Bacterial Farmers Produce Macroalgae?

The driving forces of porewater and groundwater flow in permeable coastal sediments: A review

Evidence for a persistent microbial seed bank throughout the global ocean

The genomic basis of trophic strategy in marine bacteria

Have we overemphasized the role of denitrification in aquatic ecosystems? A review of nitrate removal pathways

Interactions between herbivorous fish guilds and their influence on algal succession on a coastal coral reef

Microbial Structuring of Marine Ecosystems

Mucus trap in coral reefs: formation and temporal evolution of particle aggregates caused by coral mucus

The nature and taxonomic composition of coral symbiomes as drivers of performance limits in scleractinian corals

New directions in coral reef microbial ecology

Roseobacticides: Small Molecule Modulators of an Algal-Bacterial Symbiosis

The second skin: ecological role of epibiotic biofilms on marine organisms

Sinkhole-like structures as bioproductivity hotspots in the Abrolhos Bank

Substrate-Controlled Succession of Marine Bacterioplankton Populations Induced by a Phytoplankton Bloom

Symbiotic diversity in marine animals: the art of harnessing chemosynthesis

Viriobenthos in freshwater and marine sediments: a review

Viruses manipulate the marine environment


Shout out to all the scientists who posted PDFs of their work on and other open access, non-paywall sites where I could read them after Google Scholar found them for me -- THANK YOU!!!


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