Andrea Grottoli, professor in the School of Earth Sciences at The Ohio State University, collects coral for a study of the factors that may help the symbiotic organism adapt to climate change.
The future health of the world's coral reefs and the animals that depend on them relies in part on the ability of one tiny symbiotic sea creature to get fat—and to be flexible about the type of algae it cooperates with.
The study, which appears in the July 9 online edition of Global Change Biology, indicates that some coral species will almost certainly decline with global climate change, while others that exhibit large fat storage and flexibility in the types of algae they partner with will stand a better chance of enduring repeated rounds of stress as oceans get hotter. It also suggests that the most adaptable species would make good targets for conservation efforts because they are most likely to survive. This is a closeup of polyps of Orbicella faveolata, more commonly known as boulder coral. Bleached corals can recover by growing more algae or acquiring new algae once water temperatures return to normal. But if corals don't recover and reefs die, thousands of fish species and other sea creatures lose their habitat. Previous studies have only followed coral through one bleaching event, or through two events several years apart. Corals can supplement their diet by eating plankton, but they get most of their energy from their symbiotic relationship with algae. Two key survival strategies emerged in this study: the most resilient corals stored up fat reserves in times of plenty, and were willing to switch to a new dominant algal type in order to gather food in times of stress. And species that bounced back from one round of bleaching didn't necessarily bounce back a second time. Grottoli and her colleagues tested three corals from Puerto Morelos Reef National Park, off the coast of Mexico.


The real winner was the finger coral, which switched completely from one algal partner type to another over the course of the study, and had the largest fat reserves—47 percent higher than the boulder coral or mustard hill coral. As a final step before posting your comment, enter the letters and numbers you see in the image below. I tried to save my install of windows, but that ultimately proved to be a huge time waster.
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The finger coral was barely even affected by the second bleaching and maintained a healthy growth rate. Interactions among hosts, symbionts, predators and prey would all change in a domino effect, Grottoli said. However, actual wolves are far more noble and caring than what the common person gives them credit for.


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They measured several indicators of how well the different species recovered, including the number and type of algae present in the corals' cells and remaining energy reserve.
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