- The microbiome of coral surface mucus has a key role in mediating holobiont
- Microbes are well-recognized members of the coral holobiont. However, little is known about the short-term dynamics of mucus-associated microbial communities under natural conditions and after disturbances, and how these dynamics relate to the host's ...
- Broad-spectrum antimicrobials—considering 'holobiont' welfare
- Distribution of the common bacterial phyla in each of the different body sites. Credit: Wikimedia Commons.
- Add lots of microbes to 'me, myself, and I'
- For example, if a holobiont is attacked by a pathogen that the host cannot defend against, another symbiont may fulfill the job by manufacturing a toxin that can kill the invader.
- Stable and sporadic symbiotic communities of coral and algal holobionts
- Coral and algal holobionts are assemblages of macroorganisms and microorganisms, including viruses, Bacteria, Archaea, protists and fungi. Despite a decade of research, it remains unclear whether these associations are spatial–temporally stable or ...
- Will the pronoun 'I' become obsolete? A biological perspective
- As such, the authors of the new PLOS Biology paper explain that microbiologists have developed a new term for these symbiotic systems (holobiont) and a second (hologenome) that describes the combined genetic material of all constituent organisms that ...
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