Marine biology: coral animals combat stress with sulphur
Jones, GB 2013, 'Marine biology: coral animals combat stress with sulphur', Nature, vol. 502, pp. 634-635.
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Photosynthetic algal symbionts of corals produce sulphur substances that are involved in the regulation of ocean temperatures. In a twist to the tale, it emerges that coral animals produce the same compounds.