Andrew P. Negri mainly investigates Ecology, Coral, Acropora millepora, Botany and Coralline algae. As part of his studies on Ecology, Andrew P. Negri frequently links adjacent subjects like Zoology. Cnidaria is the focus of his Coral research.
His Acropora millepora research integrates issues from Metamorphosis and Human fertilization. His Coralline algae study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Marine invertebrates, Anthozoa and Crustose. The concepts of his Coral reef study are interwoven with issues in Reef and Algae.
Andrew P. Negri focuses on Ecology, Coral, Coral reef, Botany and Reef. All of his Ecology and Coralline algae, Anthozoa, Metamorphosis, Marine invertebrates and Cnidaria investigations are sub-components of the entire Ecology study. His Coral study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Zoology, Larva and Acropora tenuis.
His research in Coral reef intersects with topics in Ocean acidification and Microbial population biology. His work on Photosynthesis and Dinoflagellate is typically connected to Biological sciences and Plant biology as part of general Botany study, connecting several disciplines of science. His work deals with themes such as Saxitoxin and Paralytic shellfish poisoning, which intersect with Dinoflagellate.
Andrew P. Negri spends much of his time researching Coral, Reef, Acropora millepora, Coral reef and Ecology. Andrew P. Negri interconnects Zoology, Larva and Acropora tenuis in the investigation of issues within Coral. The study incorporates disciplines such as Biota, Sponge, Metamorphosis and Microbial population biology in addition to Zoology.
His research in Acropora millepora tackles topics such as Toxicity which are related to areas like Anthracene and Catalase. His Coral reef study incorporates themes from Global warming, Ocean acidification and Oil toxicity. In the subject of general Ecology, his work in Anthropocene, Organic matter and Nutrient is often linked to Resilience and Fertilisation, thereby combining diverse domains of study.
Andrew P. Negri mostly deals with Coral, Ecology, Acropora millepora, Reef and Toxicity. Coral and Acropora tenuis are commonly linked in his work. Andrew P. Negri focuses mostly in the field of Acropora tenuis, narrowing it down to topics relating to Coral reef and, in certain cases, Environmental chemistry.
His work in the fields of Anthropocene and Ecosystem overlaps with other areas such as Resilience. His research integrates issues of Toxicology and Aquatic toxicology in his study of Acropora millepora. His Reef research includes elements of Global warming, Climate change and Disturbance.
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Natural inducers for coral larval metamorphosis
Coral Reefs (1999)
RECOGNITION AND SELECTION OF SETTLEMENT SUBSTRATA DETERMINE POST-SETTLEMENT SURVIVAL IN CORALS
Enzymatic pathway for the bacterial degradation of the cyanobacterial cyclic peptide toxin microcystin LR.
David G. Bourne;Gary J. Jones;Robert L. Blakeley;Alun Jones.
Applied and Environmental Microbiology (1996)
Metamorphosis of a Scleractinian Coral in Response to Microbial Biofilms
Nicole S. Webster;Luke D. Smith;Andrew J. Heyward;Joy E. M. Watts.
Applied and Environmental Microbiology (2004)
Metamorphosis of broadcast spawning corals in response to bacteria isolated from crustose algae
Marine Ecology Progress Series (2001)
Diverse microbial communities inhabit Antarctic sponges.
Environmental Microbiology (2004)
A Model for the Surface of Keratin Fibers
Andrew P. Negri;Hugh J. Cornell;Donald E. Rivett.
Textile Research Journal (1993)
Juvenile corals can acquire more carbon from high-performance algal symbionts
Coral Reefs (2009)
Temperature thresholds for bacterial symbiosis with a sponge.
The ISME Journal (2008)
Phylogenetic and functional diversity of the cultivable bacterial community associated with the paralytic shellfish poisoning dinoflagellate Gymnodinium catenatum
David H Green;Lyndon E Llewellyn;Andrew P Negri;Susan I Blackburn.
FEMS Microbiology Ecology (2004)
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