hermatypic coral


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hermatypic coral

[‚hər·mə′tip·ik ′kär·əl]
(invertebrate zoology)
Reef-building coral characterized by the presence of symbiotic algae within their endodermal tissue. Also known as hermatype.
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Physiological responses to oxidative stress associated with pH variations in host tissue and zooxanthellae of hermatypic coral Pocillopora capitata.
The peak [DELTA][sup.14]C value exceeded expectations and was similar in magnitude to hermatypic coral [DELTA][sup.14]C records (125.3 [per thousand], SD = 5.9).
The effect of carbonate chemistry on calcification and photosynthesis in the hermatypic coral Acropora eurystoma.
However, the minimum winter temperatures of 57-59[degrees]F (14-15[degrees]C) lasting for at least three months prevent the growth of hermatypic corals in this area.
Distribution, abundance, and survival of juvenile hermatypic corals (Scleractinia) and the importance of life history strategies in the parent coral community.
Taxonomy and distribution of the hermatypic corals (Scleractinia) of the Revillagigedo Archipelago, Mexico.
Marsh, Hermatypic Corals of Western Australia: Records and Annotated Species List, vol.
Distribution abundance and survival of juvenile hermatypic corals (Scleractinia) and the importance of life history strategies in the parent coral community.
The effects of salinity stress on the rates of aerobic respiration and photosynthesis in the hermatypic coral Siderastrea siderea.
Aspects of sexual reproduction and larval development in the shallow water hermatypic coral, Goniastrea australensis (Edwards and Haime, 1857).
Light-shade adaptation of Stylophora pistillata, a hermatypic coral from the Gulf of Eilat.
Hermatypic coral recruitment, defined as the introduction of new individuals to a population, occurs when a larva settles, undergoes metamorphosis (formation of the calcium carbonate skeleton) and endures a length of time (Sale et al.