John Bythell
John Bythell
School of Natural and Environmental Sciences, Newcastle University
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Are infectious diseases really killing corals? Alternative interpretations of the experimental and ecological data
MP Lesser, JC Bythell, RD Gates, RW Johnstone, O Hoegh-Guldberg
Journal of experimental marine biology and ecology 346 (1-2), 36-44, 2007
Characterization of the bacterial consortium associated with black band disease in coral using molecular microbiological techniques
RP Cooney, O Pantos, MDAL Tissier, MR Barer, AG OŽ Donnell, ...
Environmental microbiology 4 (7), 401-413, 2002
Perspectives on mucus secretion in reef corals
BE Brown, JC Bythell
Marine Ecology Progress Series 296, 291-309, 2005
Climate change impedes scleractinian corals as primary reef ecosystem engineers
C Wild, O Hoegh-Guldberg, MS Naumann, MF Colombo-Pallotta, ...
Marine and Freshwater research 62 (2), 205-215, 2011
Response of two species of Indo-Pacific corals, Porites cylindrica and Stylophora pistillata, to short-term thermal stress: The host does matter in determining the tolerance of …
WK Fitt, RD Gates, O Hoegh-Guldberg, JC Bythell, A Jatkar, AG Grottoli, ...
Journal of experimental marine biology and ecology 373 (2), 102-110, 2009
The bacterial ecology of a plague‐like disease affecting the Caribbean coral Montastrea annularis
O Pantos, RP Cooney, MDA Le Tissier, MR Barer, AG O'Donnell, ...
Environmental microbiology 5 (5), 370-382, 2003
Phase shifts and the role of herbivory in the resilience of coral reefs
MH Ledlie, NAJ Graham, JC Bythell, SK Wilson, S Jennings, NVC Polunin, ...
Coral Reefs 26, 641-653, 2007
Mechanisms of bleaching deduced from histological studies of reef corals sampled during a natural bleaching event
BE Brown, MDA Le Tissier, JC Bythell
Marine Biology 122, 655-663, 1995
Heat stress induces different forms of cell death in sea anemones and their endosymbiotic algae depending on temperature and duration
SR Dunn, JC Thomason, MDA Le Tissier, JC Bythell
Cell Death & Differentiation 11 (11), 1213-1222, 2004
Chronic and catastrophic natural mortality of three common Caribbean reef corals
JC Bythell, EH Gladfelter, M Bythell
Coral Reefs 12, 143-152, 1993
Coral health and disease
E Rosenberg, Y Loya
Springer Science & Business Media, 2013
Bacterial assemblages differ between compartments within the coral holobiont
MJ Sweet, A Croquer, JC Bythell
Coral Reefs 30, 39-52, 2011
Programmed cell death and cell necrosis activity during hyperthermic stress-induced bleaching of the symbiotic sea anemone Aiptasia sp.
SR Dunn, JC Bythell, MDA Le Tissier, WJ Burnett, JC Thomason
Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 272 (1), 29-53, 2002
Biology and ecology of coral mucus release
JC Bythell, C Wild
Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 408 (1-2), 88-93, 2011
Local variability but landscape stability in coral reef communities following repeated hurricane impacts
JC Bythell, ZM Hillis-Starr, CS Rogers
Marine Ecology Progress Series 204, 93-100, 2000
Levels of immunity parameters underpin bleaching and disease susceptibility of reef corals
CV Palmer, JC Bythell, BL Willis
The FASEB Journal 24 (6), 1935-1946, 2010
Three-dimensional morphometric measurements of reef corals using underwater photogrammetry techniques
J Bythell, P Pan, J Lee
Coral reefs 20, 193-199, 2001
Ciliate and bacterial communities associated with White Syndrome and Brown Band Disease in reef‐building corals
M Sweet, J Bythell
Environmental microbiology 14 (8), 2184-2199, 2012
Bacterial community structure associated with white band disease in the elkhorn coral Acropora palmata determined using culture-independent 16S rRNA techniques
O Pantos, JC Bythell
Diseases of aquatic organisms 69 (1), 79-88, 2006
Experimental antibiotic treatment identifies potential pathogens of white band disease in the endangered Caribbean coral Acropora cervicornis
MJ Sweet, A Croquer, JC Bythell
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 281 (1788), 20140094, 2014
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