The second skin: ecological role of epibiotic
biofilms on marine organisms.
appeared to reduce the density of epibiotic
The retrieved genomes include that of the epibiotic
Balanus spongicola is normally epibiotic
in marine sponges, although occasionally found on physical substrata, while V.
(8.) Chellaram, C., Prem Anand, T., Alex John, A., and Felicia Shanthini, C., Insecticidal and Antitumour Properties of Coral Epibiotic
Bacteria From Gulf of Mannar, Southeastern India, J.
Water velocity by epiphyte presence showed a significant interaction (Table 1); indicating that drag increasing with current velocity was affected by the presence, mass, and species of epibiotic
algae (Figure 2).
Cross-species induction and enhancement of antimicrobial activity produced by epibiotic
bacteria from marine algae and invertebrates, after exposure to terrestrial bacteria.
microorganisms on copepods and other marine crustaceans.
Marine turtles are "natural hosts to epibiotic
organisms such as barnacles and algae" she said, but typically not in such large amounts.
relationships involving sessile peritrichs and planktonic crustaceans are a widespread phenomenon in aquatic environments (e.g.
Sources of predatory mortality in the bay scallop Argopecten irradians (Lamarck): interactions with seagrass and epibiotic
euglenoid flagellates increase the susceptility of some zooplankton to fish predation.