Christopher J Freeman
Christopher J Freeman
Visiting Assistant Professor, Department of Biology, College of Charleston
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Sponge–microbe symbioses: recent advances and new directions
RW Thacker, CJ Freeman
Advances in marine biology 62, 57-111, 2012
Complex interactions between marine sponges and their symbiotic microbial communities
CJ Freeman, RW Thacker
Limnology and Oceanography 56 (5), 1577-1586, 2011
Climate change promotes parasitism in a coral symbiosis
DM Baker, CJ Freeman, JCY Wong, ML Fogel, N Knowlton
The ISME journal 12 (3), 921-930, 2018
Quality or quantity: is nutrient transfer driven more by symbiont identity and productivity than by symbiont abundance?
CJ Freeman, RW Thacker, DM Baker, ML Fogel
The ISME journal 7 (6), 1116-1125, 2013
Disease and nutrient enrichment as potential stressors on the Caribbean sponge Aplysina cauliformis and its bacterial symbionts
DJ Gochfeld, CG Easson, CJ Freeman, RW Thacker, JB Olson
Marine Ecology Progress Series 456, 101-111, 2012
Chemical variability within the marine sponge Aplysina fulva
EVR de Almeida, AC Granato, SO Marques, KO Santos, FR Pereira, ...
Biochemical Systematics and Ecology 36 (4), 283-296, 2008
Productivity links morphology, symbiont specificity and bleaching in the evolution of Caribbean octocoral symbioses
DM Baker, CJ Freeman, N Knowlton, RW Thacker, K Kim, ML Fogel
The ISME journal 9 (12), 2620-2629, 2015
Examining mummichog growth and movement: are some individuals making intra-season migrations to optimize growth?
HL Haas, CJ Freeman, JM Logan, L Deegan, EF Gaines
Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 369 (1), 8-16, 2009
Upside-down but headed in the right direction: review of the highly versatile Cassiopea xamachana system
AH Ohdera, MJ Abrams, CL Ames, DM Baker, LP Suescún-Bolívar, ...
Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution 6, 35, 2018
Chemical defenses, nutritional quality, and structural components in three sponge species: Ircinia felix, I. campana, and Aplysina fulva
CJ Freeman, DF Gleason
Marine biology 157 (5), 1083-1093, 2010
Metabolic diversity and niche structure in sponges from the Miskito Cays, Honduras
CJ Freeman, CG Easson, DM Baker
PeerJ 2, e695, 2014
A biogeographic comparison of sponge fauna from Gray’s Reef National Marine Sanctuary and other hard-bottom reefs of coastal Georgia, USA
CJ Freeman, DF Gleason, R Ruzicka, RWM van Soest, AW Harvey, ...
Porifera research: biodiversity, innovation and sustainability. Série Livros …, 2007
Preliminary assessment of sponge biodiversity on Saba Bank, Netherlands Antilles
RW Thacker, MC Díaz, NJ De Voogd, RWM Van Soest, CJ Freeman, ...
PLoS One 5 (5), e9622, 2010
Sponge exhalent seawater contains a unique chemical profile of dissolved organic matter
CL Fiore, CJ Freeman, EB Kujawinski
PeerJ 5, e2870, 2017
Symbiont carbon and nitrogen assimilation in the Cassiopea Symbiodinium mutualism
CJ Freeman, EW Stoner, CG Easson, KO Matterson, DM Baker
Marine Ecology Progress Series 544, 281-286, 2016
Shifts in sponge-microbe mutualisms across an experimental irradiance gradient
CJ Freeman, DM Baker, CG Easson, RW Thacker
Marine Ecology Progress Series 526, 41-53, 2015
Variation in species diversity and functional traits of sponge communities near human populations in Bocas del Toro, Panama
CG Easson, KO Matterson, CJ Freeman, SK Archer, RW Thacker
PeerJ 3, e1385, 2015
Feeding behavior of eastern oysters Crassostrea virginica and hard clams Mercenaria mercenaria in shallow estuaries
E Galimany, J Lunt, CJ Freeman, S Reed, I Segura-García, VJ Paul
Marine Ecology Progress Series 567, 125-137, 2017
Feeding competition between the native oyster Crassostrea virginica and the invasive mussel Mytella charruana
E Galimany, CJ Freeman, J Lunt, A Domingos, P Sacks, L Walters
Marine Ecology Progress Series 564, 57-66, 2017
Does concentrating chemical defenses within specific regions of marine sponges result in enhanced protection from predators?
CJ Freeman, DF Gleason
Ancient Animals, New Challenges, 289-297, 2011
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