Kate M. Quigley
Kate M. Quigley
Australian Institute of Marine Sciences
Verified email at my.jcu.edu.au
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Deep-sequencing method for quantifying background abundances of Symbiodinium types: exploring the rare Symbiodinium biosphere in reef-building corals
KM Quigley, SW Davies, CD Kenkel, BL Willis, MV Matz, LK Bay
PloS one 9 (4), e94297, 2014
1142014
Nutrient Availability and Metabolism Affect the Stability of Coral–Symbiodiniaceae Symbioses
Morris L, Voolstra C, Quigley K, Bourne D, Bay L
Trends in Microbiology, 2019
862019
Sexual production of corals for reef restoration in the Anthropocene
CJ Randall, AP Negri, KM Quigley, T Foster, GF Ricardo, NS Webster, ...
Marine Ecology Progress Series 635, 203-232, 2020
522020
Heritability of the Symbiodinium community in vertically-and horizontally-transmitting broadcast spawning corals
KM Quigley, B Willis, L Bay
Scientific Reports 7 (8219 (2017)), 100453, 2017
502017
Maternal effects and Symbiodinium community composition drive differential patterns in juvenile survival in the coral Acropora tenuis
KM Quigley, BL Willis, LK Bay
Royal Society Open Science 3 (10), 160471, 2016
462016
Unexpected mixed-mode transmission and moderate genetic regulation of Symbiodinium communities in a brooding coral
KM Quigley, P Warner, L Bay, B Willis
Heredity, 2018
342018
Temperature and Water Quality-Related Patterns in Sediment-Associated Symbiodinium Communities Impact Symbiont Uptake and Fitness of Juveniles in the Genus Acropora
KM Quigley, L Bay, B Willis
Frontiers in Marine Sciences, 2017
312017
The active spread of adaptive variation for reef resilience
KM Quigley, LK Bay, MJH van Oppen
Ecology and evolution 9 (19), 11122-11135, 2019
282019
Assessing the role of historical temperature regime and algal symbionts on the heat tolerance of coral juveniles
KM Quigley, CJ Randall, MJH van Oppen, LK Bay
Biology Open, 2020
222020
Transgenerational inheritance of shuffled symbiont communities in the coral Montipora digitata
KM Quigley, BL Willis, CD Kenkel
Scientific reports 9 (1), 1-11, 2019
212019
Bleaching resistance and the role of algal endosymbionts
KM Quigley, AC Baker, MA Coffroth, BL Willis, MJH van Oppen
Coral bleaching, 111-151, 2018
172018
Genome‐wide SNP analysis reveals an increase in adaptive genetic variation through selective breeding of coral
KM Quigley, LK Bay, MJH van Oppen
Molecular Ecology, 2020
162020
Co‐dynamics of Symbiodiniaceae and bacterial populations during the first year of symbiosis with Acropora tenuis juveniles
Quigley K, Roa C, Torda G, Bourne D, Willis B
Microbiology Open, 2019
16*2019
Reef Restoration and Adaptation Program, T3: INTERVENTION TECHNICAL SUMMARY
WN Bay LK , Rocker M, Boström-Einarsson L, Babcock R, Buerger P, Cleves P ...
A report provided to the Australian Government by the Reef Restoration and …, 2020
14*2020
Leveraging new knowledge of Symbiodinium community regulation in corals for conservation and reef restoration
KM Quigley, L Bay, B Willis
Marine Ecology Progress Series, 2018
122018
Symbiodiniaceae probiotics for use in bleaching recovery
Morgans C, Hung J, Bourne D, Quigley K
Restoration Ecology, 2019
11*2019
Consensus guidelines for advancing coral holobiont genome and specimen voucher deposition
DJB Christian R. Voolstra1 *, Kate M. Quigley2 , Sarah W. Davies3 , John ...
Frontiers in Marine Science 8 (1029), Frontiers, 2021
6*2021
Future generations, discount rates and the optimal harvest of fisheries resources
S Larkin, M Harte, K Quigley, G Sylvia
62001
Reef Restoration and Adaptation Program: Intervention Technical Summary. A report provided to the Australian Government by the Reef Restoration and Adaptation Program
LK Bay, M Rocker, L Boström-Einarsson, R Babcock, P Buerger, P Cleves, ...
Australian Institute of Marine Science (AIMS), 2019
52019
Variability in Fitness Trade-Offs Amongst Coral Juveniles With Mixed Genetic Backgrounds Held in the Wild
KM Quigley, M Marzonie, B Ramsby, D Abrego, G Milton, MJH van Oppen, ...
Frontiers in Marine Science 8, 161, 2021
42021
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