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Crustose Coralline Algae

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Crustose coralline algal species host distinct bacterial assemblages on their
Crustose coralline algae (CCA) are important components of many marine ecosystems.
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Ocean acidification: 'Evil twin' of global warming threatens Monterey Bay
Another threatened species is crustose coralline algae, which grows on the rocks in kelp forests and provides a surface for other animals to grow. "It provides the glue that holds things together," said oceanographer David Koweek, a Ph.D.
Stable and sporadic symbiotic communities of coral and algal holobionts
To test this hypothesis, the bacterial communities associated with three coral species (Acropora rosaria, Acropora hyacinthus and Porites lutea) and two algal guilds (crustose coralline algae and turf algae) from 131 samples were analyzed using a novel ...
Algae In The Pacific Are Losing Their Skeletons Because Of Ocean Acidification
A recent study, published in in the journal Ecology Letters, outlines the competitive dynamics among crustose coralline algae that grow skeletons made of calcium carbonate, living in the waters around Tatoosh Island, Washington.

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