Loya / Rosenberg Coral Health and Disease



2004, 488 Seiten, Gebunden, HC runder Rücken kaschiert, Format (B × H): 160 mm x 241 mm, Gewicht: 1022 g
ISBN: 978-3-540-20772-6
Verlag: Springer Berlin Heidelberg


Loya / Rosenberg Coral Health and Disease

This book opens with case studies of reefs in the Red Sea, Caribbean, Japan, Indian Ocean and the Great Barrier Reef. A section on microbial ecology and physiology describes the symbiotic relations of corals and microbes, and the microbial role in nutrition or bleaching resistance of corals. Coral diseases are covered in the third part. The volume includes 50 color photos of corals and their environments

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Part I Regional aspects of coral reef health and disease 1 The coral reefs of Eilat, Red Sea: past, present and future - three decades of coral community structure studiesYossi Loya 2 Coral Reef Diseases in the Wider CaribbeanErnesto Weil 3 Coral disease on the Great Barrier ReefBette L. Willis, Cathie A. Page, and Elizabeth A. Dinsdale 4 Coral Diseases in Gulf of México ReefsEric Jordan-Dahlgren and Rosa E. Rodriguez-Martinez 5 Coral Bleaching: Signs of Change in Southern JapanRob van Woesik, Akiyuki Irikawa, and Yossi Loya 6 Coral bleaching in a temperate sea: from colony physiology to population ecologyMaoz Fine and Yossi Loya 7 Coral bleaching, diseases and mortality in the western Indian OceanTim McClanahan Part II Microbial ecology and physiology of corals 8 Symbiont diversity on coral reefs and its relationship to bleaching resistance and resilienceAndrew C. Baker 9 Stress effects on metabolism and photosynthesis of hermatypic coralsNoga Stambler and Zvy Dubinsky 10 What can regeneration tell us about coral disease?Esti Kramarsky-Winter 11 Bacteria as a source of coral nutritionAriel Kushmaro and Esti Kramarsky-Winter 12 Antimicrobial activity of sponges and coralsDovi Kelman 13 Microbial communities of coral surface mucopolysaccharide layersKim B. Ritchie and Garriet W. Smith 14 Culture-independent analyses of coral-associated microbesForrest Rohwer and Scott Kelly Part III Coral diseases 15 Aspergillosis of GorgoniansGarriet W. Smith and Ernesto Weil 16 White pox disease of the Caribbean elkhorn coral, Acropora palmataKathryn Patterson Sutherland and Kim B. Ritchie 17 Temperature-regulated bleaching and tissue lysis of Pocillopora damicornis by the novel pathogen VibriocoralliilyticusYael Ben-Haim Rozenblat and Eugene Rosenberg 18 Black Band DiseaseLaurie L. Richardson 19 Dark spots disease and yellow band disease, two poorly known coral diseases with high incidence in Cabibbean reefsDiego L. Gil-Agudelo, Garriet W. Smith, Jaime Garzon-Ferreira, and Ernesto Weil, Dirk Petersen 20 White plague, white band and other 'white' diseasesJohn Bythell, Olga Pantos, and Laurie Richardson 21 Monitoring the health of coral reef ecosystems using community metabolismJack Silverman, Boaz Lazar, and Jonathan Erez 22 Coral resistance to diseaseKerri M. Mullen, Ester C. Peters, and C. Drew Harvell Part IV Coral bleaching 23 Temperature stress and coral bleachingPaul J. Jokiel 24 The adaptive hypothesis of bleachingRobert W. Buddemeier, Andrew C. Baker, Daphne C. Fautin, and J. Rebeca Jacobs 25 The bacterial disease hypothesis of coral bleachingEugene Rosenberg 26 Coral reefs and projections of future changeOve Hoegh-Guldberg Subject Index


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