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Contributions 601 to 700

  1. VAN ALSTYNE, K., M. SLATTERY, & P.J. SCHUPP. 2006. DMSP in tropical coral reef invertebrates from Guam. Coral Reefs 25:321–327.
  2. LÓPEZ-LEGENTIL, S., X. TURON, & P.J. SCHUPP. 2006. Multiple defenses against predation in Cystodytes (Ascidiacea). Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 332:27–36.
  3. RITSON-WILLIAMS, R., S.M. SHJEGSTAD, & V.J. PAUL. In Press. Larval metamorphic competence in four species of Phestilla (Gastropoda; Opisthobranchia). Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology.
  4. GOLBUU, Y., & R.H. RICHMOND. 2007. Substratum preferences in planula larvae of two species of scleractinian corals, Goniastrea retiformis and Stylarea punctata. Marine Biology 152:639–644.
  5. KERR, A.M., & A.H. BAIRD. 2007. Natural barriers to natural disasters. Bioscience 57:102–103.
  6. HENDERSON, A.C., J.L. MCILWAIN, H.S. AL-OUFI, & S. AL-SHEILI. 2007. The Sultanate of Oman shark fishery: Species composition, seasonality and diversity. Fisheries Research 86:159–168.
  7. ORTLEPP, S., M. SJÖGREN, M. DAHLSTRÖM, H. WEBER, R. EBEL, R. EDRADA, C. THOMS, P.J. SCHUPP, L. BOHLIN, & L. PROKSCH. 2007. Antifouling activity of bromotyrosine derived sponge metabolites and synthetic analogues. Marine Biotechnology 9:776–785.
  8. THOMS, C., & P.J. SCHUPP. 2007. Chemical defense strategies in sponges: A review. Pages 627–637 in M.R. Custódio, G. Lôbo-Hajdu, E. Hajdu, & G. Muricy, editors. Porifera Research: Biodiversity, Innovation and Sustainability.
  9. HARVELL, D., E. JORDÁN-DAHLGREN, S. MERKEL, E. ROSENBERG, L. RAYMUNDO, G. SMITH, E. WEIL, & B. WILLIS. 2007. Coral disease, environmental drivers, and the balance between coral and microbial associates. Oceanography 20:172–195.
  10. RAYMUNDO, L.J., A.P. MAYPA, E.D. GOMEZ, & PABLINA CADIZ. 2007. Can dynamite-blasted reefs recover? A novel, low-tech approach to stimulating natural recovery in fish and coral populations. Marine Pollution Bulletin 54:1009–1019.
  11. BAIRD, A. H., & A. M. KERR. 2008. Landscape analysis and tsunami damage in Aceh: Comment on Iverson and Prasad. Landscape Ecology 23:3–5.
  12. MANZO, E., M. GAVAGNIN, M.J. SOMERVILLE, S.-C. MAO, M.L. CIAVATTA, E. MOLLO, P.J. SCHUPP, M.J. GARSON, Y.-W. GUO, & G. CIMINO. 2007. Chemistry of Glossodoris nudibranchs: Specific occurrence of 12-keto scalaranes. Journal of Chemical Ecology 33:2325–2336.
  13. THOMS, C., & P.J. SCHUPP. In Press. Activated chemical defense in marine sponges: A case study on Aplysinella rhax. Journal of Chemical Ecology
  14. MATTHEW, S., P.J. SCHUPP, & H. LUESCH. In Press. Apratoxin E, a novel cytotoxic peptolide from a Guamanian collection of the marine cyanobacterium Lyngbya bouillonii. Journal of Natural Products
  15. SLATTERY, M., & V.J. PAUL. 2008. Indirect effects of bleaching on predator deterrence in the tropical Pacific soft coral Sinularia maxima. Marine Ecology Progress Series 354:169–179.
  16. THOMS, C., U. HENTSCHEL, S. SCHMITT, & P.J. SCHUPP. In Press. Rapid tissue reduction and recovery in the sponge Aplysinella rhax. Marine Biology
  17. THOMS, C., R. EBEL, & P. PROKSCH. 2006. Activated chemical defense in Aplysina sponges revisited. Journal of Chemical Ecology 32:97–123.
  18. SLATTERY, M., H.N. KAMEL, S. ANKISETTY, D.J. GOCHFELD, C.A. HOOVER, & R.W. THACKER. In Press. Hybrid vigor in a tropical Pacific soft coral community. Ecological Monographs
  19. GREVE, H., P.J. SCHUPP, E. EGUEREVA, S. KEHRAUS, G. KELTER, H. FIEBIG, & G.M. KÖNIG. In Press. Apralactone A and a new stereochemical class of curvularins from the marine derived fungus Curvularia sp. European Journal of Organic Chemistry.
  20. NAVARRO, J.N., & C.S. LOBBAN. In Press. Freshwater and marine diatoms from the western Pacific islands of Yap and Guam, with notes on some diatoms in damselfish territories. Diatom Research.
  21. GREVE, H., P.J. SCHUPP, E. EGUEREVA, S. KEHRAUS, & G.M. KÖNIG. In Press. Ten membered lactones from the marine derived fungus Curvularia sp. Journal of Natural Products
  22. BIGGS, J.S., B.M. OLIVERA, &Y.I. KANTOR. 2008. a-Conopeptides specifically expressed in the salivary gland of Conus pulicarius. Toxicon 52:101–105.



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