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Contributions 301 to 400

  1. CRONIN, G., V.J. PAUL, M.E. HAY, & W. FENICAL.   1997.   Are tropical herbivores more resistant than temperate herbivores to seaweed chemical defense? Diterpenoid metabolites from Dictyota acutiloba as feeding deterrents for tropical versus temperate fishes and urchins.   Journal of Chemical Ecology 23:289–302.

  2. BECERRO, M.A., V.J. PAUL, & J. STARMER.   1998.   Intracolonial variation in chemical defenses of the sponge Cacospongia sp. and its consequences on generalist fish predators and the specialist nudibranch predator Glossodoris pallida.   Marine Ecology Progress Series168:187–196.

  3. COWIE, R.H., & B.D. SMITH.   2000.   Arboreal Neritidae.   Veliger 43:98–99.

  4. MATLOCK, D.B, D.W. GINSBURG, & V.J. PAUL.   1999.   Spatial variability in secondary metabolite production by the tropical red alga P. hornemannii.   Hydrobiologia 398/399:263–273.

  5. SLATTERY, M., C. AVILA, J. STARMER, & V.J. PAUL.   1998.   A sequestered soft coral diterpene in the aeolid nudibranch Phyllodesmium guamensis.   Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 226:33–49.

  6. NELSON, S.G.   1998.   Aquatic ecosystems.   Pages 109–119 in M. Rapaport, editor.   The Pacific Islands:   Environment and Society.   The Bess Press, Honolulu, HI.

  7. BIRKELAND, C.   1998.   Faustian traits of the crown-of-thorns starfish.   Pages 238–247 in P.M. Kareiva, editor.   Exploring Ecology and It's Applications.   Sinauer Associates, Inc., Sunderland, MA.

  8. CARLSON, C., & P.J. HOFF.   2000.   Three new Pacific species of Halgerda (Opisthobranchia: Nudibranchia: Doridoidea).   Veliger 43:154–163.

  9. PAULAY, G. & Y. BENAYAHU.   1999.   Patterns and consequences of coral bleaching in Micronesia (Majuro and Guam) in 1992–1994.   Micronesica 32:109–124.

  10. PENNINGS, S.C., V.J. PAUL, D.C. DUNBAR, M.T. HAMANN, W.A. LUMBANG, B.   NOVACK, & R.S. JACOBS.   1999.   Unpalatable compounds in the marine gastropod Dolabella auricularia:   Distribution and effect of diet.   Journal of Chemical Ecology 25:735–755.

  11. LESSIOS, H.A., B.D. KESSING, D.R. ROBERTSON, & G. PAULAY.   1999.   Phylogeography of the pantropical sea urchin Eucidaris in relation to land barriers and ocean currents.   Evolution 53:806–817.

  12. SHIN, J., Y. SEO, K.W. CHO, J.-R. RHO, & V.J. PAUL.   1998.   Osirisynes A–F, highly oxygenated polyacetylenes from the sponge Haliclona osiris.   Tetrahedron 54:8711–8720.

  13. HARRIGAN, G.G., H. LUESCH, W.Y. YOSHIDA, R.E. MOORE, D.G. NAGLE, V.J. PAUL, S.L. MOOBERRY, T.H. CORBETT, & F.A. VALERIOTE.   1998.   Symplostatin 1:   A dolastatin 10 analogue from the marine cyanobacterium Symploca hydnoides.   Journal of Natural Products 61:1075–1077.

  14. HARRIGAN, G.G., W. Y.YOSHIDA, R.E. MOORE, D.G. NAGLE, P.U. PARK, J. BIGGS, V.J. PAUL, S.L. MOOBERRY, T.H. CORBETT, & F.A. VALERIOTE.   1998.   Isolation, structure determination, and biological activity of dolastatin 12 and lyngbyastatin 1 from Lyngbya majuscula/Schizothrix calcicola cyanobacterial assemblages.   Journal of Natural Products 61:1221–1225.

  15. BAKER, A.C., R. ROWAN, & N. KNOWLTON.   1997.   Symbiosis ecology of two Caribbean acroporid corals.   Proceedings of the Eighth International Coral Reef Symposium, Panama 2:1295–1300.

  16. BAKER, A.C., & R. ROWAN.   1997.   Diversity of symbiotic dinoflagellates (zooxanthellae) in scleractinian corals of the Caribbean and eastern Pacific.   Proceedings of the Eighth International Coral Reef Symposium, Panama 2:1301–1306.

  17. ROWAN, R.   1998.   Diversity and ecology of zooxanthellae on coral reefs.   Journal of Phycology 34:407–417.

  18. KNOWLTON, N., J.L. MATΙ, H.M. GUZMΑN, R. ROWAN, & J. JARA.   1997.   Direct evidence for reproductive isolation among the three species of the Montastraea annularis complex in Central America (Panamα and Honduras).   Marine Biology 127:705–711.

  19. SLATTERY, M., G.A. HINES, J. STARMER, & V. J. PAUL.   1999.   Chemical signals in gametogenesis, spawning, and larval settlement and defense of the soft coral Sinularia polydactyla.   Coral Reefs 18:75–84.

  20. SIEGRIST, H.G., JR., R.H. RANDALL, & C.A. EDWARDS.   1991.   Shallow reef-front detrital sediments from the northern Mariana Islands.   Micronesica 24:231–248.

  21. BELL, S.C., & H.G. SIEGRIST, JR.   1991.   Facies development model for emergent Holocene reef limestone:   Southern Mariana Islands.   Micronesica 24:137–157.

  22. CONCEPCION, G. B., & S.G. NELSON.   1999.   Effects of a dam and reservoir on the distributions and densities of macrofauna in tropical streams of Guam (Mariana Islands).   Journal of Freshwater Ecology 14:447–454.

  23. NAGLE, D.G., & V.J. PAUL.   1999.   Production of secondary metabolites by filamentous tropical marine cyanobacteria:   Ecological functions of the compounds.   Journal of Phycology 35:1412–1421.

  24. GIMENEZ-CASALDUERO, F., R.W. THACKER, & V.J. PAUL.   1999.   Association of color and feeding deterrence by tropical reef fishes.   Chemoecology 9:33–39.

  25. MARAGOS, J., C. BIRKELAND, & G. HODGSON.   1998.   Status of coral reefs in the northwest Pacific Ocean:   Micronesia and East Asia.   Pages 109–122 in C. Wilkinson, editor.   Status of Coral Reefs of the World:   1998.   AIMS, Townsville.
  26. PAUL, V.J.   1999.   Marine natural products.   Pages 311–323 in L.G. Eldredge, J.E. Maragos, P.L. Holthus, & H.F. Takeuchi, editors.   Marine and Coastal Biodiversity in the Tropical Island Pacific Region.   Vol. II.   Population, Development, and Conservation Priorities.   East-West Center Press, Honolulu, Hawaii.

  27. GUNATILAKA, A.A.L., V.J. PAUL, P.U. PARK, M.P. PUGLISI, A.D. GITLER, D.S. EGGLESTON, R.C. HALTIWANGER, & D.G.I. KINGSTON.   1999.   Apakaochtodenes A and B:   Two tetrahalogenated monoterpenes from the red marine alga Portieria hornemannii.   Journal of Natural Products 62:1376–1378.

  28. SCHUPP, P., C. EDER, P. PROKSCH, V. WRAY,, B. SCHNEIDER, M. HERDERICH, & V. PAUL.   1999.   Staurosporine derivatives from the ascidian Eudistoma toealensis and its predatory flatworm Pseudoceros sp.   Journal of Natural Products 62:959–962.

  29. HARRIGAN, G.G., H. LUESCH, W.Y. YOSHIDA, R.E. MOORE, D.G. NAGLE, & V.J. PAUL.   1999.   Symplostatin 2:   A dolastatin 13 analogue from the marine cyanobacterium Symploca hydnoides.   Journal of Natural Products 62:655–658.

  30. HARRIGAN, G.G., H. LUESCH, W.Y. YOSHIDA, R.E. MOORE, D.G. NAGLE, J. BIGGS, P.U. PARK, & V.J. PAUL.   1999.   Tumonoic acids: Novel metabolites from a cyanobacterial assemblage of Lyngbya majuscula and Schizothrix calcicola.   Journal of Natural Products 62:464–467.

  31. SCHUPP, P., C. EDER, V. PAUL, & P. PROKSCH.   1999.   Distribution of secondary metabolites in the sponge Oceanapia sp. and its ecological implications.   Marine Biology 135:573–580.

  32. RICHMOND, R.H.   1999.   Sea cucumbers.   Pages 145–155 in L.G. Eldredge, J.E. Maragos, P.L. Holthus, & H.F. Takeuchi, Editors.   Marine and Coastal Biodiversity in the Tropical Island Pacific Region.   Vol. II.   Population, Development, and Conservation Priorities.   East-West Center Press, Honolulu, Hawaii.

  33. GREEN, A.L., C.E. BIRKELAND, & R.H. RANDALL.   1999.   Twenty years of disturbance and change in Fagatele Bay National Marine Sanctuary, American Samoa.   Pacific Science 53:376–400.

  34. KERR, A.M.   2000.   Defoliation of an island (Guam, Mariana Archipelago, Western Pacific Ocean) following a saltspray-laden "dry" typhoon.   Journal of Tropical Ecology 16:895–902.

  35. RICHMOND, R.H. 2000. Coral conservation biology applied to policy development and management initiatives. Pages 139–143 in T. Done and D. Llyod, Editors. Information, management and decision support for marine biodiversity protection and human welfare: Coral reefs. Proceedings of a Workshop 6–10 December 1999, Australian Institute of Marine Science, Cape Ferguson, Townsville, Queensland, Australia.

  36. THACKER, R.W., & V.J. PAUL.   2001.  Are benthic cyanobacteria indicators of nutrient enrichment?   Relationships between cyanobacterial abundance and environmental factors on the reef flats of Guam.   Bulletin of Marine Science 69:497–508.

  37. THACKER, R.W., D.W. GINSBURG & V.J. PAUL. 2001. Effects of herbivore exclusion and nutrient enrichment on coral reef macroalgae and cyanobacteria. Coral Reefs 19:318–329.

  38. NAGLE, D.G., Y.-D. ZHOU, P.U. PARK, V.J. PAUL, I. RAJBHANDARI, C.J.G. DUNCAN, & D.S. PASCO. 2000. A new indanone from the marine cyanobacterium Lyngbya majuscula that inhibits hypoxia-induced activation of the VEGF promoter in Hep3B cells. Journal of Natural Products 63:1431–1433.

  39. PUGLISI, M.P., V.J. PAUL, & M. SLATTERY. 2000. Biogeographic comparisons of chemical and structural defenses of the Pacific gorgonians Annella mollis and Annella reticulata. Marine Ecology Progress Series 207:263–272.

  40. GINSBURG, D.W., & V.J. PAUL. 2001. Chemical defenses in the sea hare Aplysia parvula: Importance of diet and sequestration of algal secondary metabolites. Marine Ecology Progress Series 215:261–274.

  41. CARLSON, C.H., & P.J. HOFF. 2000. Notes on Atys multistriatus Schepman, 1913 (Opisthobranchia: Cepalaspidea: Haminoeidae). Micronesica 33:169–178.

  42. LUESCH, H., W.Y. YOSHIDA, R.E. MOORE, & V.J. PAUL. 2000. Apramides A-G, novel lipopeptides from the marine cyanobacterium Lyngbya majuscula. Journal of Natural Products 63:1106–1112.

  43. LUESCH, H., W.Y. YOSHIDA, R.E. MOORE, V.J. PAUL, & S.L. MOOBERRY. 2000. Isolation, structure determination and biological activity of lyngbyabellin A from the marine cyanobacterium Lyngbya majuscula. Journal of Natural Products 63:611–615.

  44. LEE, H.-S., Y. SEO, K.W. CHO, J.-R. RHO, J. SHIN, & V.J. PAUL. 2000. New triterpenoid saponins from the sponge Melophlus isis. Journal of Natural Products 63:915–919.

  45. DONALDSON, T.J. 2002. Habitat association and depth distribution of two sympatric groupers of the genus Cephalopholis (Serranidae: Epinephelinae). Ichthyological Research 49:191–193.

  46. SLATTERY, M., J. STARMER & V. PAUL. 2001. Temporal and spatial variation in defensive metabolites of the tropical Pacific soft corals Sinularia maxima and S. polydactyla. Marine Biology 138:1183–1194.

  47. DONALDSON, T.J. & Y. SADOVY. 2001. Threatened fishes of the world: Cheilinus undulatus Rόppell, 1835 (Labridae). Environmental Biology of Fishes 62:428.

  48. DONALDSON, T.J., & R.F. MYERS. 2003. Insular freshwater fish faunas of Micronesia: Species richness and similarity. Environmental Biology of Fishes

  49. PAULAY, G., & A. KERR. 2001. Patterns of coral reef development in Tarawa Atoll (Kiribati). Bulletin of Marine Science 69:1191–1208.

  50. PAULAY, G. 2001. Benthic ecology and biota of Tarawa Atoll lagoon: Influence of equatorial upwelling, circulation, and human harvest. Atoll Research Bulletin 487:1–41.
  51. TEBANO, T., & G. PAULAY. 2001. Variable recruitment and changing environments create a fluctuating resource: the biology of Anadara (Bivalvia: Arcidae) on Tarawa Atoll. Atoll Research Bulletin 488:1–15.

  52. MAMAUAG, S.S., T.J. DONALDSON, V.R. PRATT & B. MCCULLOUGH. In Press. Age and size structure of the leopard coral grouper, Plectropomus leopardus (Serranidae: Epinephelinae), in the live reef fish trade of the Philippines. Proceedings of the 9th International Coral Reef Symposium, Bali.

  53. KUFFNER, I.B. & V.J. PAUL. 2001. Effects of nitrate, phosphate and iron on the growth of macroalgae and benthic cyanobacteria from Cocos Lagoon, Guam. Marine Ecology Progress Series 222:63–72.

  54. BECERRO, M.A., G. GOETZ, V.J. PAUL, & P.J. SCHEUER. 2001. Chemical defenses of the sacoglossan mollusk Elysia rufescens and its host alga Bryopsis sp. Journal of Chemical Ecology 27:2287–2299.

  55. LEBERER, T. & S.G. NELSON. 2001. Factors affecting the distribution of Atyid shrimps in two tropical insular rivers. Pacific Science 55:389–398.

  56. PENNINGS, S.C., S. NASTISCH, & V.J. PAUL. 2001. Vulnerability of sea hares to fish predators:  Importance of diet and fish species. Coral Reefs 20:320–324.

  57. DONALDSON, T.J. 2002. High islands vs. low islands: a comparison of fish faunal composition of the Palau Islands. Environmental Biology of Fishes 65:241–248.

  58. CRUZ-RIVERA, E., & V.J. PAUL. In Press. Coral reef benthic cyanobacteria as food and refuge:  Diversity, chemistry, and complex interactions. Proceedings of the 9th International Coral Reef Symposium, Bali.

  59. CRUZ-RIVERA, E. 2001. Generality and specificity in the feeding and decoration preferences of three Mediterranean crabs. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 266:17–31.

  60. BELLIVEAU, S. A. & V.J. PAUL. 2002. Effects of herbivory and nutrients on the early colonization of crustose coralline and fleshy algae. Marine Ecology Progress Series 232:105–114.

  61. STARMER, J.A. & V.J. PAUL. In Press. Chemical and structural defenses of Sarcophyton trocheliophorum Von Marenzeller (Octocorallia: Alcyonacea). Coral Reefs.

  62. CRAIG, P., C. BIRKELAND, & S. BELLIVEAU. 2001. High temperatures tolerated by a diverse assemblage of shallow-water corals in American Samoa. Coral Reefs 20:185–189.

  63. DAYTON, C. 2001. Genetic evolution among selected members of the genus Naso (Nasinae) “unicornfishes” from Guam. Marine Biology 139:771–776.

  64. DONALDSON, T.J. In Press. Phylogeny, reef fish conservation biology and the Live Reef Fish Trade. Proceedings of the 70th Anniversary International Symposium of the Japanese Society of Fisheries Science. Fisheries Science.

  65. MYERS, R.F. & T.J. DONALDSON. In Press. The fishes of the Mariana Islands. Micronesica 35–36:598–652.

  66. SHIN, J.; H.-S. LEE, Y. SEO, J.-R RHO, K.W. CHO & V.J. PAUL. 2000. New bromotyrosine metabolites from the sponge Aplysinella rhax. Tetrahedron 56:9071–9077.

  67. HARRIGAN, G.G., H. LUESCH, R.E. MOORE, & V.J. PAUL. 2000. The anticancer dolastatins as cyanobacterial metabolites. Special Publication of the Royal Society of Chemistry 257:126–139.

  68. LUESCH, H., W.Y. YOSHIDA, R.E. MOORE, & V.J. PAUL. 2000. Isolation and structure of the cytotoxin lyngbyabellin B and absolute configuration of lyngbyapeptin A from the marine cyanobacterium Lyngbya majuscula. Journal of Natural Products 63:1437–1439.

  69. LUESCH, H., R.E. MOORE, V.J. PAUL, S.L. MOOBERRY & T.H. CORBETT. 2001. Isolation of dolastatin 10 from the marine cyanobacterium Symploca species VP642 and total stereochemistry and biological evaluation of its analogue symplostatin 1. Journal of Natural Products 64:907–910.

  70. LUESCH, H., R. PANGILINAN, W.Y. YOSHIDA, R.E. MOORE, & V.J. PAUL. 2001. Pitipeptolides A and B, new cyclodepsipeptides from the marine cyanobacterium Lyngbya majuscula. Journal of Natural Products 64:304–307.

  71. LUESCH, H., W.Y. YOSHIDA, R.E. MOORE, V.J. PAUL & T.H. CORBETT. 2001. Total structure determination of apratoxin A, a potent novel cytotoxin from the marine cyanobacterium Lyngbya majuscula. Journal of the American Chemical Society 123:5418–5423.

  72. RICHMOND, R.H. In Press. Recovering populations and restoring ecosystems:  Restoration of coral reefs and related marine communities. In E. Norse and L. Crowder, editors. Marine Conservation Biology:  The Science of Maintaining the Sea's Biodiversity. Island Press.

  73. PUGLISI, M.P., V.J. PAUL, J. BIGGS, & M. SLATTERY. 2002. The co-occurrence of chemical and structural defenses in the gorgonian corals of Guam. Marine Ecology Progress Series 239:105–114.

  74. AHYONG, S. & M.V. ERDMANN. 2003. Stomatopod Crustacea of Guam.  Micronesica 35–36:317–354.

  75. BAILEY-BROCK, J. 2003. Coral reef polychaetes of Guam and Saipan, Mariana Islands. Micronesica 35–36:200–217.
  76. CARLSON, C., & P.J. HOFF. 2003.   The opisthobranchs of the Mariana Islands.  Micronesica 35–37:272–295.

  77. CASTRO, P. 2003. The trapeziid crabs (Brachyura, Trapeziidae) of Guam and the Northern Mariana Islands, with the description of a new species of Trapezia Latreille, 1828. Micronesica 35–36:442–457.

  78. CHENG, L., & W.N. MATHIS. 2003. Marine insects of Guam: Heteroptera and Diptera. Micronesica 35–36:518-526.

  79. ELDREDGE, L.G. 2003. The marine reptiles and mammals of Guam.  Micronesica 35–36:657–664.

  80. GERSHWIN, L.-A. 2003. Scyphozoa and Cubozoa of Guam. Micronesica 35–36:156–158.

  81. KELLY, M., J. HOOPER, V.J. PAUL, G. PAULAY, R. VAN SOEST, & W. DE WEERDT. 2003. Taxonomic inventory of the sponges (Porifera) of the Mariana Islands. Micronesica 35–36:100–120.

  82. KENSLEY, B. 2003. Axioid shrimps from Guam (Crustacea, Decapoda,
    Thalassinidea). Micronesica 35–36:361–386.

  83. KIRKENDALE, L., & D. CALDER. 2003. Hydroids (Cnidaria: Hydrozoa) from Guam and the Commonwealth of the Northern Marianas Islands (CNMI). Micronesica 35–36:159–188.

  84. KIRKENDALE, L., & C. MESSING. 2003. An annotated checklist and key to the Crinoidea of Guam. Micronesica 35–36:527–550.

  85. PAULAY, G., R. KROPP, P. NG, & L.G. ELDREDGE. 2003. The crustaceans and pycnogonids of the Mariana Islands. Micronesica 35–36:458–517.

  86. LAMBERT, G. 2003. Marine biodiversity of Guam:  The Ascidiacea. Micronesica 35–36:588–597.

  87. LEBERER, T. 2003. Records of freshwater turtles on Guam, Mariana Islands. Micronesica 35–36:653–656.

  88. LEBERER, T., & Y. CAI. 2003. Shrimps of the family Atyidae from Guam, Mariana Islands. Micronesica 35–36:357–360.

  89. LOBBAN, C., & R. TSUDA. 2003. Revised checklist of benthic marine macroalgae and seagrasses of Guam and Micronesia. Micronesica 35–36:54–99.

  90. NG, P.K.L., & N.K. NG. 2003. Conleyus defodio, a new genus and new species of carcinoplacine crab (Crustacea: Brachyura: Goneplacidae) from deep rubble beds in Guam. Micronesica 35–36:433–441.

  91. NG, P.K.L., & M. TAKEDA. 2003. Atoportunus, a remarkable new genus of cryptic swimming crab (Crustacea; Decapoda; Brachyura: Portunidae), with descriptions of two new species from Guam and Hawaii. Micronesica 35–36:419–432.

  92. PAULAY, G. 2003. The Bivalvia (Mollusca) of Guam. Micronesica 35–36:218–244.

  93. PAULAY, G. 2003. Miscellaneous marine invertebrates and protists from the Mariana Islands. Micronesica 35–36:680–686.

  94. PAULAY, G. 2003. The Asteroidea, Echinoidea, and Holothuroidea (Echinodermata) of Guam. Micronesica 35–36:567–587.

  95. PAULAY, G., & M. PUGLISI. 2003. The non-scleractinian Anthozoa (Cnidaria) of the Mariana Islands. Micronesica 35–36:138–155.

  96. PAULAY, G., & A. ROSS. 2003. An annotated checklist of the shallow water Cirripedia of Guam. Micronesica 35–36:305–316.

  97. RANDALL, R.H. 2003. An annotated checklist of hydrozoan and scleractinian corals collected from Guam and other Mariana Islands. Micronesica 35–36:121–137.

  98. RICHARDSON, S.L., & R.N. CLAYSHULTE. 2003. An annotated checklist of Foraminifera of Guam. Micronesica 35–36:38–53.

  99. SMITH, B.D. 2003. Prosobranch gastropods of Guam. Micronesica 35–36:245–271.

  100. STARMER, J. 2003. An annotated checklist of ophiuroids (Echinodermata) from Guam. Micronesica 35–36:551–566.

 

 

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