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Genetics reveal that reef corals, their algae live together but evolve independently

Discussion in 'Conservation' started by jahmic, Jun 11, 2014.

  1. jahmic

    jahmic Shark M.A.S.C Club Member

    Pretty cool article if your a science/genetics geek like me :)

    FULL ARTICLE HERE

    Caribbean corals and the algae that inhabit them form a remarkably stable relationship -- new knowledge that can serve as an important tool in preserving and restoring vital reef-building corals. The research could be used to decide which heat-tolerant corals to bring into nurseries, to grow, and to replant back on the reef to restore healthy coral populations.


     
  2. YodaReefer

    YodaReefer Copepod

    Great article, thanks for sharing.
     

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