Genetic structure in a cnidarian symbiont is correlated with geographic location, environment, and host species

Brendan Cornwell & Luis Hernández
Corals and cnidarians form symbioses with dinoflagellates across a wide range of habitats from the tropics to temperate zones. Notably, these partnerships create the foundation of coral reef ecosystems and are at risk of breaking down due to climate change. This symbiosis couples the fitness of the partners, where adaptations in one species can benefit the holobiont. However, the scales over which each partner can match their current - and future - environment are largely...
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