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Photosystem II breakdown induced by reactive oxygen species in freshly-isolated Symbiodinium from Montipora (Scleractinia; Acroporidae)
Marine Ecology Progress Series
Freshly-isolated Symbiodinium (FIS) have been used to study cnidarian-alga symbiosis based on the assumption that their physiological performance is comparable to that of the algae in hospite. This assumption was tested with 15 species of scleractinian corals, using pulse-amplitude modulation (PAM) chlorophyll a (chl a) fluorescence to compare maximum quantum yields (F v /F m ) of photosystem II (PSII) in Symbiodinium in hospite and after isolation in seawater. FIS from Montipora spp. exhibiteddoi:10.3354/meps08913 fatcat:efcuhqxc4vgxpf3p53ifsljotm