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DAO - Vol. 69, No. 1 - Table of contents

DAO - Vol. 69, No. 1 - Table of contents

Dis Aquat Org (Print ISSN: 0177-5103; Online ISSN: 1616-1580)
Copyright © 2006 Inter-Research. Published March 23

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Current Advances in Coral Reef Disease Research

This first DAO SPECIAL presents the latest advances in research on coral pathology. The authors review the microbial communities associated with corals, the role of viruses, bacteria and ciliates in the etiology of coral diseases, and their overall effects on coral populations.

Publication date: March 23, 2006
Guest Editors: Ernesto Weil, Garriet Smith, Diego Gil-Agudelo

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Weil E, Smith G, Gil-Agudelo DL
Status and progress in coral reef disease research
DAO 69:1-7 | Full text in pdf format


Kaczmarsky LT
Coral disease dynamics in the central Philippines
DAO 69:9-21 | Full text in pdf format

Ward JR, Rypien KL, Bruno JF, Harvell CD, Jordán-Dahlgren E, Mullen KM, Rodríguez-Martínez RE, Sánchez J, Smith G
Coral diversity and disease in Mexico
DAO 69:23-31 | Full text in pdf format

Voss JD, Richardson LL
Coral diseases near Lee Stocking Island, Bahamas: patterns and potential drivers
DAO 69:33-40 | Full text in pdf format

Page C, Willis B
Distribution, host range and large-scale spatial variability in black band disease prevalence on the Great Barrier Reef, Australia
DAO 69:41-51 | Full text in pdf format

Gochfeld DJ, Olson JB, Slattery M
Colony versus population variation in susceptibility and resistance to dark spot syndrome in the Caribbean coral Siderastrea siderea
DAO 69:53-65 | Full text in pdf format

Bruckner AW, Bruckner RJ
Consequences of yellow band disease (YBD) on Montastraea annularis (species complex) populations on remote reefs off Mona Island, Puerto Rico
DAO 69:67-73 | Full text in pdf format

Cróquer A, Bastidas C, Lipscomb D
Folliculinid ciliates: a new threat to Caribbean corals?
DAO 69:75-78 | Full text in pdf format

Pantos O, Bythell JC
Bacterial community structure associated with white band disease in the elkhorn coral Acropora palmata determined using culture-independent 16S rRNA techniques
DAO 69:79-88 | Full text in pdf format

Gil-Agudelo DL, Myers C, Smith GW, Kim K
Changes in the microbial communities associated with Gorgonia ventalina during aspergillosis infection
DAO 69:89-94 | Full text in pdf format

Kim K, Alker AP, Shuster K, Quirolo C, Harvell CD
Longitudinal study of aspergillosis in sea fan corals
DAO 69:95-99 | Full text in pdf format

Davy SK, Burchett SG, Dale AL, Davies P, Davy JE, Muncke C, Hoegh-Guldberg O, Wilson WH
Viruses: agents of coral disease?
DAO 69:101-110 | Full text in pdf format

Sussman M, Bourne DG, Willis BL
A single cyanobacterial ribotype is associated with both red and black bands on diseased corals from Palau
DAO 69:111-118 | Full text in pdf format

Viehman S, Mills DK, Meichel GW, Richardson LL
Culture and identification of Desulfovibrio spp. from corals infected by black band disease on Dominican and Florida Keys reefs
DAO 69:119-127 | Full text in pdf format