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Nutrient pollution disrupts key ecosystem functions on coral reefs
NJ Silbiger, CE Nelson, K Remple, JK Sevilla, ZA Quinlan, HM Putnam, ...
Proceedings of the Royal Society B 285 (1880), 20172718, 2018
1052018
Diel population and functional synchrony of microbial communities on coral reefs
LW Kelly, CE Nelson, AF Haas, DS Naliboff, S Calhoun, CA Carlson, ...
Nature communications 10 (1), 1691, 2019
402019
Distinguishing the molecular diversity, nutrient content, and energetic potential of exometabolomes produced by macroalgae and reef-building corals
L Wegley Kelly, CE Nelson, D Petras, I Koester, ZA Quinlan, MGI Arts, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 119 (5), e2110283119, 2022
332022
Fluorescent organic exudates of corals and algae in tropical reefs are compositionally distinct and increase with nutrient enrichment
ZA Quinlan, K Remple, MD Fox, NJ Silbiger, TA Oliver, HM Putnam, ...
Limnology and Oceanography Letters 3 (4), 331-340, 2018
232018
Species-specific differences in the microbiomes and organic exudates of crustose coralline algae influence bacterioplankton communities
ZA Quinlan, R Ritson-Williams, BJ Carroll, CA Carlson, CE Nelson
Frontiers in Microbiology 10, 478721, 2019
212019
Differential resistance and acclimation of two coral species to chronic nutrient enrichment reflect life‐history traits
MD Fox, CE Nelson, TA Oliver, ZA Quinlan, K Remple, J Glanz, JE Smith, ...
Functional Ecology 35 (5), 1081-1093, 2021
162021
Molecular commerce on coral reefs: using metabolomics to reveal biochemical exchanges underlying holobiont biology and the ecology of coastal ecosystems
L Wegley Kelly, CE Nelson, LI Aluwihare, MGI Arts, PC Dorrestein, ...
Frontiers in Marine Science 8, 630799, 2021
152021
Coral reef biofilm bacterial diversity and successional trajectories are structured by reef benthic organisms and shift under chronic nutrient enrichment
KL Remple, NJ Silbiger, ZA Quinlan, MD Fox, LW Kelly, MJ Donahue, ...
npj Biofilms and Microbiomes 7 (1), 84, 2021
132021
Composite substrates reveal inorganic material cues for coral larval settlement
MA Levenstein, KL Marhaver, ZA Quinlan, HM Tholen, L Tichy, J Yus, ...
ACS Sustainable Chemistry & Engineering 10 (12), 3960-3971, 2022
92022
Three-Dimensional Molecular Cartography of the Caribbean Reef-Building Coral Orbicella faveolata
M Little, EE George, MGI Arts, J Shivak, S Benler, J Huckeba, ZA Quinlan, ...
Frontiers in Marine Science 8, 627724, 2021
92021
ConCISE: Consensus Annotation Propagation of Ion Features in Untargeted Tandem Mass Spectrometry Combining Molecular Networking and In Silico Metabolite …
ZA Quinlan, I Koester, AT Aron, D Petras, LI Aluwihare, PC Dorrestein, ...
Metabolites 12 (12), 1275, 2022
82022
Illuminating the dark metabolome of Pseudo‐nitzschia–microbiome associations
I Koester, ZA Quinlan, LF Nothias, ME White, A Rabines, D Petras, ...
Environmental microbiology 24 (11), 5408-5424, 2022
82022
Millimeter-scale topography facilitates coral larval settlement in wave-driven oscillatory flow
MA Levenstein, DJ Gysbers, KL Marhaver, S Kattom, L Tichy, Z Quinlan, ...
Plos one 17 (9), e0274088, 2022
72022
Engineered substrates reveal species-specific inorganic cues for coral larval settlement
MA Levenstein, KL Marhaver, ZA Quinlan, HM Tholen, L Tichy, J Yus, ...
32021
Food for Thought: DOM Lability as a Function of Heterotrophic Bacterioplankton Community Structure in Coral Reefs
W Sparagon, Z Quinlan, J Comstock, I Koester, M Arts, J Bullington, ...
2024 Ocean Sciences Meeting, 2024
2024
Coral thermal stress and bleaching enrich and restructure reef microbial communities via altered organic matter exudation
WJ Sparagon, MGI Arts, ZA Quinlan, L Wegley Kelly, I Koester, ...
Communications Biology 7 (1), 160, 2024
2024
Coral larval settlement induction using tissue-associated and exuded coralline algae metabolites and the identification of putative chemical cues
ZA Quinlan, MJ Bennett, MGI Arts, M Levenstein, D Flores, HM Tholen, ...
Proceedings of the Royal Society B 290 (2009), 20231476, 2023
2023
Thermal stress increases and alters coral dissolved organic matter exudation enriching distinct bacterioplankton communities
WJ Sparagon, MGI Arts, Z Quinlan, LW Kelly, I Koester, J Comstock, ...
Prokaryotes and Partners: Exploring How Microbe–Organic Matter Interactions …, 2023
2023
Leveraging Dissolved Organic Matter in Coral Reef Management and Reconstruction
ZAD Quinlan
UC San Diego, 2023
2023
Distinguishing the molecular diversity, nutrient content and energetic potential in exometabolomes of macroalgae and reef building corals.
L Wegley Kelly, CE Nelson, D Petras, I Koester, ZA Quinlan, MGI Arts, ...
2022
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