Publications

Variable effects of local management on coral anti-pathogen defenses

Published in Science Advances, 2019

Recommended citation: Beatty DS, Valayil JM, Clements CS, Ritchie KB, Stewart FJ, and Hay ME (2019). "Variable effects of local management on coral defenses against a thermally regulated bleaching pathogen." Science Advances doi: 10.1126/sciadv.aay1048.

Intergenerational effects of macroalgae on coral survival and microbiomes

Published in Marine Ecology Progress Series, 2018

Recommended citation: Beatty DS, Clements CS, Stewart FJ, and Hay ME (2018). "Intergenerational effects of macroalgal reef dominance on coral: major declines in survival of coral larvae but subtle changes in microbiomes." Marine Ecology Progress Series 589, 97-114.

Chemical ecology: the language of microbiomes

Published in Exploring the Chemistry of Microbiomes in National Academies of Sciences Proceedings Series, 2017

Recommended citation: Hay ME, Beatty DS, Stewart FJ (2017). "Chemical ecology: the language of microbiomes." National Academies of Sciences Proceedings Series.

Novel alkaloid compounds from marine bacteria

Published in Chemistry and Biology, 2015

Recommended citation: Nam SJ, Choi EJ, Paul LA, Beatty DS,Kauffman CA, Jensen PR, and Fenical W. (2015). "Previously uncultured marine bacteria linked to novel alkaloid production." Chemistry and Biology. 22, 1270-1279.

Anthrax antibiotic from marine bacteria

Published in Angewandte Chemie International Edition, 2013

Recommended citation: Jang KH, Nam SJ, Locke JB, Kauffman CA, Beatty DS, Paul LA, and Fenical W. (2013). "Anthracimycin, a potent anthrax antibiotic from a marine‚Äźderived actinomycete." Angewandte Chemie International Edition. 52, 7822-7824.

Novel marine bacteria

Published in International Journal of Systematic and Evolutionary Microbiology, 2013

Recommended citation: Choi EJ, Beatty DS, Paul LA, and Jensen, PR. (2013). "Mooreia alkaloidigena gen. nov., sp. nov. and Catalinimonas alkaloidigena gen. nov., sp. nov., alkaloid-producing marine bacteria in the proposed families Mooreiaceae fam. nov. and Catalimonadaceae fam. nov. in the phylum Bacteroidetes." International Journal of Systematic and Evolutionary Microbiology. 63, 1219-1228.