hermatypic


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hermatypic

(ˌhɜːməˈtɪpɪk)
adj
(Zoology) zoology (of corals) reef-building
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This seamount supports hermatypic corals at depths between 40 and 90 m and has vertical drop-offs along its western and northwestern edges.
Relationships among thermal stress, bleaching and oxidative damage in the hermatypic coral, Pocillopora capitata.
The effect of carbonate chemistry on calcification and photosynthesis in the hermatypic coral Acropora eurystoma.
Bernal-Sotelo K, Acosta A (2012) The relationship between physical and biological habitat conditions and hermatypic coral recruits abundance within insular reefs (Colombian Caribbean).
Effects of reduced salinity on the rates of photosynthesis and respiration in the hermatypic corals Porites lutea and Pocillopora damicornis.
Activation energy for skeletal aragonite deposited by the hermatypic coral Platygyra spp.
South Africa, KwaZulu-Natal, Leadsman Shoal, -8-15 m, in lumps of hermatypic coral [D.
14]C) with reference to an established pre-nuclear radiocarbon record (Stuiver and Polach 1977), was virtually synchronous in the mixed layer of mid-latitude oceans and this signal was first recorded from marine carbonates in hermatypic corals (Druffel and Linick 1978).
The diversity of the coral community at the Flower Garden Banks has been described as depauperate as it supports only 20 species of hermatypic corals (Bright et al.
EFFECT OF HETEROTROPHY ON OXIDATIVE STRESS IN THE HERMATYPIC CORAL CAULSTREA ECHINULATA