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A coral disease handbook: Guidelines for assessment, monitoring, and management
L Raymundo, TM Work, AW Bruckner, B Willis
2212008
Dynamics of seasonal outbreaks of black band disease in an assemblage of Montipora species at Pelorus Island (Great Barrier Reef, Australia)
Y Sato, DG Bourne, BL Willis
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 276 (1668), 2795-2803, 2009
1532009
Successional changes in bacterial communities during the development of black band disease on the reef coral, Montipora hispida
Y Sato, BL Willis, DG Bourne
The ISME journal 4 (2), 203-214, 2010
1352010
Integrated approach to understanding the onset and pathogenesis of black band disease in corals
Y Sato, M Civiello, SC Bell, BL Willis, DG Bourne
Environmental Microbiology 18 (3), 752-765, 2016
812016
Changes in sulfate-reducing bacterial populations during the onset of black band disease
DG Bourne, A Muirhead, Y Sato
The ISME journal 5 (3), 559-564, 2011
812011
Biogeochemical conditions determine virulence of black band disease in corals
MS Glas, Y Sato, KE Ulstrup, DG Bourne
The ISME journal 6 (8), 1526-1534, 2012
582012
Effects of temperature and light on the progression of black band disease on the reef coral, Montipora hispida
Y Sato, DG Bourne, BL Willis
Coral Reefs 30 (3), 753, 2011
562011
Unraveling the microbial processes of black band disease in corals through integrated genomics
Y Sato, EYS Ling, D Turaev, P Laffy, KD Weynberg, T Rattei, BL Willis, ...
Scientific Reports 7 (1), 40455, 2017
452017
Pyrosequencing‐based profiling of archaeal and bacterial 16S r RNA genes identifies a novel archaeon associated with black band disease in corals
Y Sato, BL Willis, DG Bourne
Environmental microbiology 15 (11), 2994-3007, 2013
372013
Cyanotoxins are not implicated in the etiology of coral black band disease outbreaks on Pelorus Island, Great Barrier Reef
MS Glas, CA Motti, AP Negri, Y Sato, S Froscio, AR Humpage, B Krock, ...
FEMS Microbiology Ecology 73 (1), 43-54, 2010
302010
Decadal erosion of coral assemblages by multiple disturbances in the Palm Islands, central Great Barrier Reef
G Torda, K Sambrook, P Cross, Y Sato, DG Bourne, V Lukoschek, T Hill, ...
Scientific Reports 8 (1), 11885, 2018
262018
Sulfur‐oxidizing bacterial populations within cyanobacterial dominated coral disease lesions
DG Bourne, MJJ van der Zee, ES Botté, Y Sato
Environmental Microbiology Reports 5 (4), 518-524, 2013
232013
Deep-sea mussels from a hybrid zone on the Mid-Atlantic Ridge host genetically indistinguishable symbionts
M Ücker, R Ansorge, Y Sato, L Sayavedra, C Breusing, N Dubilier
The ISME Journal 15 (10), 3076-3083, 2021
152021
Novel T4 bacteriophages associated with black band disease in corals
P Buerger, KD Weynberg, EM Wood‐Charlson, Y Sato, BL Willis, ...
Environmental microbiology 21 (6), 1969-1979, 2019
142019
A novel application of a cryosectioning technique to undecalcified coral specimens
N Wada, T Kawamoto, Y Sato, N Mano
Marine biology 163, 1-9, 2016
132016
Early-phase dynamics in coral recovery following cyclone disturbance on the inshore Great Barrier Reef, Australia
Y Sato, SC Bell, C Nichols, K Fry, P Menéndez, DG Bourne
Coral Reefs 37 (2), 431-443, 2018
112018
Modelling environmental drivers of black band disease outbreaks in populations of foliose corals in the genus Montipora
CCM Chen, DG Bourne, CC Drovandi, K Mengersen, BL Willis, MJ Caley, ...
PeerJ 5, e3438, 2017
82017
Dynamics of seasonal outbreaks of black band disease in an assemblage of
Y Sato, DG Bourne, BL Willis
Montipora, 2009
82009
Fidelity varies in the symbiosis between a gutless marine worm and its microbial consortium
Y Sato, J Wippler, C Wentrup, R Ansorge, M Sadowski, H Gruber-Vodicka, ...
Microbiome 10 (1), 178, 2022
42022
Differential regulation of degradation and immune pathways underlies adaptation of the symbiotic nematode Laxus oneistus to oxic-anoxic interfaces
GF Paredes, T Viehboeck, S Markert, MA Mausz, Y Sato, M Liebeke, ...
bioRxiv, 2021.11. 11.468236, 2021
22021
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