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2016.04.28

Aquatic plants of the genus Ruppia inhabit some of the most threatened habitats in the world, such as coastal lagoons and inland saline to brackish waters where their...

Publication posted by Marta , Evangelista | CCMAR - Centre of Marine Sciences/University of Algarve
2016.04.28

To shed light on the associations established between Vibrio species and soft corals in coastal ecosystems, we report here the draft genome sequence of Vibrio sp.

Publication posted by Marta , Evangelista | CCMAR - Centre of Marine Sciences/University of Algarve
2016.04.28

MEF2C is a crucial transcription factor for cranial neural crest cells development.

Publication posted by Marta , Evangelista | CCMAR - Centre of Marine Sciences/University of Algarve
2016.04.28

Understanding the factors that affect seagrass meadows encompassing their entire range of distribution is challenging yet important for their conservation.

Publication posted by Marta , Evangelista | CCMAR - Centre of Marine Sciences/University of Algarve
2016.04.28

Past climate-driven range shifts shaped intraspecific diversities of species world-wide.

Publication posted by Marta , Evangelista | CCMAR - Centre of Marine Sciences/University of Algarve
2016.04.28

The present study aimed to investigate the response of macrobenthic assemblages along a gradient of metal contamination using a combination of uni- and multivariate...

Publication posted by Marta , Evangelista | CCMAR - Centre of Marine Sciences/University of Algarve
2016.04.28

Seagrasses colonized the sea(1) on at least three independent occasions to form the basis of one of the most productive and widespread coastal ecosystems on the...

Publication posted by Marta , Evangelista | CCMAR - Centre of Marine Sciences/University of Algarve
2016.04.28

The seagrass Halophila stipulacea is a Lessepsian migrant that has spread from the Red Sea into the Mediterranean Sea where some authors consider it invasive.

Publication posted by Marta , Evangelista | CCMAR - Centre of Marine Sciences/University of Algarve
2016.04.28

The highly valuable red coral Corallium rubrum is listed in several Mediterranean Conventions for species protection and management since the 1980s.

Publication posted by Marta , Evangelista | CCMAR - Centre of Marine Sciences/University of Algarve
2016.04.28

Global climate change is shifting species distributions worldwide.

Publication posted by Marta , Evangelista | CCMAR - Centre of Marine Sciences/University of Algarve

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