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2. Biogeochemical consequences of organic matter release by reef-building scleractinian corals


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3. Effect of active water movement on energy and nutrient acquisition in coral reef-associated benthic organisms

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4. Inorganic nutrient availability affects organic matter fluxes and metabolic activity in the soft coral genus Xenia


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5. Inorganic nutrient availability affects organic matter fluxes and metabolic activity in the soft coral genus Xenia


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6. First evidence for zooplankton feeding sustaining key physiological processes in a scleractinian cold-water coral


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7. Benthic Primary Production Budget of a Caribbean Reef Lagoon (Puerto Morelos, Mexico)

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8. Comparison of an Internally Controlled, Large-Volume LightCycler Assay for Detection of Mycobacterium tuberculosis in Clinical Samples with the COBAS AMPLICOR Assay

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