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2019
Hartmann A.C, Marhaver KL, Klueter A., Lovci M.T, Closek C.J, Diaz E., Chamberland V.F, Archer FI, Deheyn DD, Vermeij MJA et al..  2019.  Acquisition of obligate mutualist symbionts during the larval stage is not beneficial for a coral host. Molecular Ecology. 28:141-155.
2018
Armstrong E.J, Roa J.N, Stillman J.H, Tresguerres M.  2018.  Symbiont photosynthesis in giant clams is promoted by V-type H+-ATPase from host cells. Journal of Experimental Biology. 221
2017
Hartmann A.C, Baird A.H, Knowlton N, Huang D..  2017.  The paradox of environmental symbiont acquisition in obligate mutualisms. Current Biology. 27:3711-+.
2015
Lajeunesse T.C, Lee S.Y, Gil-Agudelo D.L, Knowlton N, Jeong H.J.  2015.  Symbiodinium necroappetens sp nov (Dinophyceae): an opportunist 'zooxanthella' found in bleached and diseased tissues of Caribbean reef corals. European Journal of Phycology. 50:223-238.
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