|The analysis of several Pteroclava krempfi colonies from Indo-Pacific and Caribbean localities associated with several host octocorals revealed a high intra-specific genetic variability||Our findings provide novel insights and contribute significantly to the molecular-level understanding of the initial and essential step of the homing process|
|Notably, the two nominal genera were confirmed to be monophyletic and both morphological and genetic data led to the formal description of a new genus exclusively associated with octocorals, Pseudozanclea gen||However, microbial associations are dynamic and can change across physicochemical gradients and spatial scales, which needs to be considered to understand the ocean ecosystem better|
Although microbial interactions underpin ocean ecosystem functions, they remain barely known.
|Additionally, the presence of euryteles aggregation in the polyp stage and the exumbrellar nematocyst pouches with euryteles represent synapomorphies of all cladocorynid taxa and probably emerged in their most recent common ancestor||Dong, Chunwei; Huang, Renwu; Chen, Cailing; Chen, Jie; Nematulloev, Saidkhodzha; Guo, Xianrong; Ghosh, Atanu; Alamer, Badriah Jaber; Hedhili, Mohamed N|
|; Han, Yu; Mohammed, Omar F||06 in all regions by the mid-2030s|
Different studies have analyzed microbial interactions using static association networks based on omics-data.20
|We explored associations between archaea, bacteria, and picoeukaryotes along the water column from the surface to the deep ocean across the northern subtropical to the southern temperate ocean and the Mediterranean Sea by defining sample-specific subnetworks||KAUST researchers: To add your research to the repository, click on , log in with your KAUST user name and password, and deposit the item in the appropriate collection|
|The hydrozoan family Cladocorynidae inhabits tropical to temperate waters and comprises the two genera Pteroclava and Cladocoryne|
The Bayesian model incorporates the uncertainties from the observations and year-by-year natural fluctuation.