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Coral Health and Disease - Eugene Rosenberg

Coral Health and Disease

By: Eugene Rosenberg (Editor), Loya Yossi (Editor)

Hardcover Published: June 2004
ISBN: 9783540207726
Number Of Pages: 488

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Part I Regional aspects of coral reef health and disease1 The coral reefs of Eilat, Red Sea: past, present and future - three decades of coral community structure studiesYossi Loya2 Coral Reef Diseases in the Wider CaribbeanErnesto Weil3 Coral disease on the Great Barrier ReefBette L. Willis, Cathie A. Page, and Elizabeth A. Dinsdale4 Coral Diseases in Gulf of Mèxico Reefs Eric Jordan-Dahlgren and Rosa E. Rodriguez-Martinez5 Coral Bleaching: Signs of Change in Southern JapanRob van Woesik, Akiyuki Irikawa, and Yossi Loya6 Coral bleaching in a temperate sea: from colony physiology to population ecologyMaoz Fine and Yossi Loya7 Coral bleaching, diseases and mortality in the western Indian OceanTim McClanahan Part II Microbial ecology and physiology of corals8 Symbiont diversity on coral reefs and its relationship to bleaching resistance and resilienceAndrew C. Baker9 Stress effects on metabolism and photosynthesis of hermatypic coralsNoga Stambler and Zvy Dubinsky10 What can regeneration tell us about coral disease?Esti Kramarsky-Winter11 Bacteria as a source of coral nutritionAriel Kushmaro and Esti Kramarsky-Winter12 Antimicrobial activity of sponges and coralsDovi Kelman13 Microbial communities of coral surface mucopolysaccharide layersKim B. Ritchie and Garriet W. Smith14 Culture-independent analyses of coral-associated microbesForrest Rohwer and Scott Kelly Part III Coral diseases15 Aspergillosis of GorgoniansGarriet W. Smith and Ernesto Weil16 White pox disease of the Caribbean elkhorn coral, Acropora palmataKathryn Patterson Sutherland and Kim B. Ritchie17 Temperature-regulated bleaching and tissue lysis of Pocillopora damicornis by the novel pathogen Vibrio coralliilyticusYael Ben-Haim Rozenblat and Eugene Rosenberg18 Black Band Disease Laurie L. Richardson19 Dark spots disease and yellow band disease, two poorly known coral diseases with high incidence in Cabibbean reefs Diego L. Gil-Agudelo, Garriet W. Smith, Jaime Garzon-Ferreira, and Ernesto Weil, Dirk Petersen20 White plague, white band and other "white" diseasesJohn Bythell, Olga Pantos, and Laurie Richardson21 Monitoring the health of coral reef ecosystems using community metabolismJack Silverman, Boaz Lazar, and Jonathan Erez22 Coral resistance to diseaseKerri M. Mullen, Ester C. Peters, and C. Drew Harvell Part IV Coral bleaching23 Temperature stress and coral bleachingPaul J. Jokiel24 The adaptive hypothesis of bleachingRobert W. Buddemeier, Andrew C. Baker, Daphne C. Fautin, and J. Rebeca Jacobs25 The bacterial disease hypothesis of coral bleaching Eugene Rosenberg26 Coral reefs and projections of future change Ove Hoegh-Guldberg Subject Index

The coral reefs of Eilat - past, present and future : three decades of coral community structure studiesp. 1
Coral reef diseases in the wider Caribbeanp. 35
Coral disease on the Great Barrier Reefp. 69
Coral diseases in Gulf of Mexico reefsp. 105
Coral bleaching : signs of change in southern Japanp. 119
Coral bleaching in a temperate sea : from colony physiology to population ecologyp. 143
Coral bleaching, diseases and mortality in the western Indian Oceanp. 157
Symbiont diversity on coral reefs and its relationship to bleaching resistance and resiliencep. 177
Stress effects on metabolism and photosynthesis of hermatypic coralsp. 195
What can regeneration processes tell us about coral disease?p. 217
Bacteria as a source of coral nutritionp. 231
Antimicrobial activity of sponges and coralsp. 243
Microbial communities of coral surface mucopolysaccharide layersp. 259
Culture-independent analyses of coral-associated microbesp. 265
Aspergillosis of gorgoniansp. 279
White pox disease of the Caribbean elkhorn coral, Acropora palmatap. 289
Temperature-regulated bleaching and tissue lysis of Pocillopora damicornis by the novel pathogen Vibrio coralliilyticusp. 301
Black band diseasep. 325
Dark spots disease and yellow band disease, two poorly known coral diseases with high incidence in Caribbean reefsp. 337
White plague, white band, and other "white" diseasesp. 351
Monitoring the health of coral reef ecosystems using community metabolismp. 367
Coral resistance to diseasep. 377
Temperature stress and coral bleachingp. 401
The adaptive hypothesis of bleachingp. 427
The bacterial disease hypothesis of coral bleachingp. 445
Coral reefs and projections of future changep. 463
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ISBN: 9783540207726
ISBN-10: 3540207724
Audience: Professional
Format: Hardcover
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 488
Published: June 2004
Publisher: Springer-Verlag Berlin and Heidelberg Gmbh & Co. Kg
Country of Publication: DE
Dimensions (cm): 23.4 x 15.6  x 3.05
Weight (kg): 1.02