Publications by: Kate M. Quigley

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Quigley, Kate M., Bay, Line K., and Willis, Bette L. (2018) Leveraging new knowledge of Symbiodinium community regulation in corals for conservation and reef restoration. Marine Ecology Progress Series, 600. pp. 245-253.

Quigley, Kate M., Strader, Marie E., and Matz, Mikhail V. (2018) Relationship between Acropora millepora juvenile fluorescence and composition of newly established Symbiodinium assemblage. PeerJ, 6.

Quigley, Kate M., Torda, Gergely, and Bay, Line K. (2018) The use of larvae or recruits in coral restoration initiatives: Symbiodinium acquisition does not differ between coral life stages in the wild. Restoration Ecology, 26 (3). pp. 422-425.

Quigley, Kate M., Willis, Bette L., and Bay, Line K. (2017) Heritability of the Symbiodinium community in vertically-and horizontally-transmitting broadcast spawning corals. Scientific Reports, 7 (1).

Quigley, Kate M., Bay, Line K., and Willis, Bette L. (2017) Temperature and water quality-related patterns in sediment-associated Symbiodinium communities impact symbiont uptake and fitness of juveniles in the genus Acropora. Frontiers in Marine Science, 4.

Quigley, Kate M. (2016) Genetic and environmental basis for Symbiodinium specificity in the coral-dinoflagellate symbiosis. PhD thesis, James Cook University.

Quigley, Kate M., Willis, Bette L., and Bay, Line K. (2016) Maternal effects and Symbiodinium community composition drive differential patterns in juvenile survival in the coral Acropora tenuis. Royal Society Open Science, 3. pp. 1-17.

Quigley, Kate M., Davies, Sarah W., Kenkel, Carly D., Willis, Bette L., Matz, Mikhail V., and Bay, Line K. (2014) Deep-sequencing method for quantifying background abundances of Symbiodinium types: exploring the rare Symbiodinium biosphere in reef-building corals. PLoS One, 9 (4). pp. 1-15.

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