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High levels of floridoside at high salinity link osmoadaptation with bleaching susceptibility in the cnidarian-algal endosymbiosis

High levels of floridoside at high salinity link osmoadaptation with bleaching susceptibility in the cnidarian-algal endosymbiosis

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GEGNER, Hagen M., Nils RÄDECKER, Michael OCHSENKÜHN, Marcelle M. BARRETO, Maren ZIEGLER, Jessica REICHERT, Patrick SCHUBERT, Thomas WILKE, Christian R. VOOLSTRA, 2019. High levels of floridoside at high salinity link osmoadaptation with bleaching susceptibility in the cnidarian-algal endosymbiosis. In: Biology Open. 8(12), bio045591. eISSN 2046-6390. Available under: doi: 10.1242/bio.045591

@article{Gegner2019-12-16level-48079, title={High levels of floridoside at high salinity link osmoadaptation with bleaching susceptibility in the cnidarian-algal endosymbiosis}, year={2019}, doi={10.1242/bio.045591}, number={12}, volume={8}, journal={Biology Open}, author={Gegner, Hagen M. and Rädecker, Nils and Ochsenkühn, Michael and Barreto, Marcelle M. and Ziegler, Maren and Reichert, Jessica and Schubert, Patrick and Wilke, Thomas and Voolstra, Christian R.}, note={Article Number: bio045591} }

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