Benjamin Mueller
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Natural diet of coral-excavating sponges consists mainly of dissolved organic carbon (DOC)
B Mueller, JM de Goeij, MJA Vermeij, Y Mulders, E van der Ent, M Ribes, ...
PloS one 9 (2), e90152, 2014
Management of Crown-of-Thorns Sea Star (Acanthaster planci L.) Outbreaks: Removal Success Depends on Reef Topography and Timing within the Reproduction Cycle
AR Bos, GS Gumanao, B Mueller, MME Saceda
Ocean & Coastal Management,, 2012
Towards Reef Resilience and Sustainable Livelihoods: A handbook for Caribbean coral reef managers
PJ Mumby, J Flower, I Chollett, SJ Box, YM Bozec, C Fitzsimmons, ...
University of Exeter, 2014
High dissolved organic carbon release by benthic cyanobacterial mats in a Caribbean reef ecosystem
HJ Brocke, F Wenzhoefer, D De Beer, B Mueller, FC Van Duyl, ...
Scientific reports 5 (1), 8852, 2015
Length–weight and length–length relationships of 139 Indo‐Pacific fish species (Teleostei) from the Davao Gulf, Philippines
GS Gumanao, MM Saceda‐Cardoza, B Mueller, AR Bos
Journal of Applied Ichthyology 32 (2), 377-385, 2016
Effect of light and nutrient availability on the release of dissolved organic carbon (DOC) by Caribbean turf algae
B Mueller, J den Haan, PM Visser, MJA Vermeij, FC van Duyl
Scientific Reports 6 (1), 23248, 2016
Size-specific locomotion rate and movement pattern of four common Indo-Pacific sea stars (Echinodermata; Asteroidea)
B Mueller, AR Bos, G Graf, GS Gumanao
Aquatic Biology 12 (2), 157-164, 2011
Effect of light availability on dissolved organic carbon release by Caribbean reef algae and corals
B Mueller, RM Van Der Zande, PJM Van Leent, EH Meesters, ...
Bulletin of Marine Science 90 (3), 875-893, 2014
Four-year-old Caribbean Acropora colonies reared from field-collected gametes are sexually mature
VF Chamberland, D Petersen, KRW Latijnhouwers, S Snowden, ...
Bulletin of Marine Science 92 (2), 263-264, 2016
Differential processing of dissolved and particulate organic matter by deep-sea sponges and their microbial symbionts
MC Bart, A de Kluijver, S Hoetjes, S Absalah, B Mueller, E Kenchington, ...
Scientific Reports 10 (1), 17515, 2020
Ontogenetic habitat shift, population growth, and burrowing behavior of the Indo-Pacific beach star, Archaster typicus (Echinodermata; Asteroidea)
AR Bos, GS Gumanao, MM Van Katwijk, B Mueller, MM Saceda, ...
Marine Biology 158, 639-648, 2011
Dissolved organic carbon (DOC) is essential to balance the metabolic demands of four dominant North‐Atlantic deep‐sea sponges
MC Bart, B Mueller, T Rombouts, C van de Ven, GJ Tompkins, R Osinga, ...
Limnology and Oceanography 66 (3), 925-938, 2021
Depth‐dependent detritus production in the sponge, Halisarca caerulea
MP Lesser, B Mueller, MS Pankey, KJ Macartney, M Slattery, JM de Goeij
Limnology and Oceanography 65 (6), 1200-1216, 2020
Implications of 2D versus 3D surveys to measure the abundance and composition of benthic coral reef communities
NA Kornder, J Cappelletto, B Mueller, MJL Zalm, SJ Martinez, ...
Coral Reefs 40 (4), 1137-1153, 2021
On giant shoulders: How a seamount affects the microbial community composition of seawater and sponges
K Busch, U Hanz, F Mienis, B Mueller, A Franke, EM Roberts, HT Rapp, ...
Biogeosciences 17 (13), 3471-3486, 2020
Feeding biology and symbiotic relationships of the corallimorpharian Paracorynactis hoplites (Anthozoa: Hexacorallia)
AR Bos, GS Gumanao, B Mueller
Raffles Bull. Zool 59, 245-250, 2011
Processing of naturally sourced macroalgal-and coral-dissolved organic matter (DOM) by high and low microbial abundance encrusting sponges
S Campana, M Hudspith, D Lankes, A De Kluijver, C Demey, J Schoorl, ...
Frontiers in Marine Science 8, 640583, 2021
Biofouling of inlet pipes affects water quality in running seawater aquaria and compromises sponge cell proliferation
BE Alexander, B Mueller, MJA Vermeij, HHG van der Geest, JM de Goeij
PeerJ 3, e1430, 2015
Spatio–temporal variation in stable isotope signatures (δ13C and δ15N) of sponges on the Saba Bank
FC Van Duyl, B Mueller, EH Meesters
PeerJ 6, e5460, 2018
Sponges sneeze mucus to shed particulate waste from their seawater inlet pores
NA Kornder, Y Esser, D Stoupin, SP Leys, B Mueller, MJA Vermeij, ...
Current Biology 32 (17), 3855-3861. e3, 2022
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