Dataset: extract allelopathy
Deployment: Fiji_2011

Porites PSII quantum yield after exposure to seaweed extracts
Principal Investigator: 
Mark Hay (Georgia Institute of Technology, Georgia Tech)
Student: 
Douglas B. Rasher (Georgia Institute of Technology, Georgia Tech)
BCO-DMO Data Manager: 
Nancy Copley (Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, WHOI BCO-DMO)
Current State: 
Final no updates expected
Version: 
2014-01-22
Version Date: 
2014-01-22
Description

Relevant References:

* Rasher DB and ME Hay. "Competition induces allelopathy but suppresses growth and anti-herbivore defense in a chemically rich seaweed".  Proceedings of the Royal Society: B-Biological Sciences. vol. 281 no. 1777 20132615, 2014  (http://dx.doi.org/10.1098/rspb.2013.2615).

Rasher DB, Stout EP, Engel S, Kubanek J, and ME Hay. "Macroalgal terpenes function as allelopathic agents against reef corals", Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, v. 108, 2011, p. 17726.

Beattie AJ, ME Hay, B Magnusson, R de Nys, J Smeathers, JFV Vincent. "Ecology and bioprospecting," Austral Ecology, v.36, 2011, p. 341.

Rasher DB and ME Hay. "Seaweed allelopathy degrades the resilience and function of coral reefs," Communicative and Integrative Biology, v.3, 2010.

Hay ME, Rasher DB. "Corals in crisis," The Scientist, v.24, 2010, p. 42.

Hay ME and DB Rasher. "Coral reefs in crisis: reversing the biotic death spiral," Faculty 1000 Biology Reports 2010, v.2, 2010.

Rasher DB and ME Hay. "Chemically rich seaweeds poison corals when not controlled by herbivores", Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, v.107, 2010, p. 9683.

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