Jasper Merijn de Goeij
Jasper Merijn de Goeij
University of Amsterdam; Department of Freshwater and Marine Ecology
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Surviving in a marine desert: the sponge loop retains resources within coral reefs
JM De Goeij, D Van Oevelen, MJA Vermeij, R Osinga, JJ Middelburg, ...
Science 342 (6154), 108-110, 2013
Major bulk dissolved organic carbon (DOC) removal by encrusting coral reef cavity sponges
JM de Goeij, H van den Berg, MM van Oostveen, EHG Epping, ...
Marine Ecology Progress Series 357, 139-151, 2008
Coral mucus fuels the sponge loop in warm-and cold-water coral reef ecosystems
L Rix, JM de Goeij, CE Mueller, U Struck, JJ Middelburg, FC van Duyl, ...
Scientific reports 6 (1), 1-11, 2016
Tracing 13Cenriched dissolved and particulate organic carbon in the bacteria-containing coral reef sponge Halisarca caerulea: Evidence for DOM-feeding
JM Goeij, L Moodley, M Houtekamer, NM Carballeira, FC Duyl
Limnology and Oceanography 53 (4), 1376-1386, 2008
Differential recycling of coral and algal dissolved organic matter via the sponge loop
L Rix, JM de Goeij, D van Oevelen, U Struck, FA Al-Horani, C Wild, ...
Functional Ecology, 778-789, 2017
Cell kinetics of the marine sponge Halisarca caerulea reveal rapid cell turnover and shedding
JM De Goeij, A De Kluijver, FC Van Duyl, J Vacelet, RH Wijffels, ...
Journal of Experimental Biology 212 (23), 3892-3900, 2009
Natural diet of coral-excavating sponges consists mainly of dissolved organic carbon (DOC)
B Mueller, JM de Goeij, MJA Vermeij, Y Mulders, E van der Ent, M Ribes, ...
PloS one 9 (2), e90152, 2014
Coral cavities are sinks of dissolved organic carbon (DOC)
JM de Goeij, FC Van Duyl
Limnology and Oceanography 52 (6), 2608-2617, 2007
Cell turnover and detritus production in marine sponges from tropical and temperate benthic ecosystems
BE Alexander, K Liebrand, R Osinga, HG van der Geest, W Admiraal, ...
PloS one 9 (10), e109486, 2014
Nutrient fluxes and ecological functions of coral reef sponges in a changing ocean
JM Goeij, MP Lesser, JR Pawlik
Climate change, ocean acidification and sponges, 373-410, 2017
Reef sponges facilitate the transfer of coral-derived organic matter to their associated fauna via the sponge loop
L Rix, JM de Goeij, D van Oevelen, U Struck, FA Al-Horani, C Wild, ...
Marine Ecology Progress Series 589, 85-96, 2018
Characterization of a sponge microbiome using an integrative genome-centric approach
JP Engelberts, SJ Robbins, JM de Goeij, M Aranda, SC Bell, NS Webster
The ISME journal 14 (5), 1100-1110, 2020
Cell kinetics during regeneration in the sponge Halisarca caerulea: how local is the response to tissue damage?
BE Alexander, M Achlatis, R Osinga, HG van der Geest, JPM Cleutjens, ...
PeerJ 3, e820, 2015
Heterotrophy in the earliest gut: a single-cell view of heterotrophic carbon and nitrogen assimilation in sponge-microbe symbioses
L Rix, M Ribes, R Coma, MT Jahn, JM de Goeij, D Van Oevelen, S Escrig, ...
The ISME journal 14 (10), 2554-2567, 2020
Towards the identification of ancestrally shared regenerative mechanisms across the Metazoa: A Transcriptomic case study in the Demosponge Halisarca caerulea
NJ Kenny, JM de Goeij, DM de Bakker, CG Whalen, E Berezikov, ...
Marine genomics 37, 135-147, 2018
Differential processing of dissolved and particulate organic matter by deep-sea sponges and their microbial symbionts
MC Bart, A de Kluijver, S Hoetjes, S Absalah, B Mueller, E Kenchington, ...
Scientific reports 10 (1), 1-13, 2020
Degradation of mangrove-derived organic matter in mangrove associated sponges
ER Hunting, JM de Goeij, M Asselman, RWM van Soest, ...
Bulletin of Marine Science 86 (4), 871-877, 2010
Crude oil contamination interrupts settlement of coral larvae after direct exposure ends
AC Hartmann, SA Sandin, VF Chamberland, JM Marhaver, KL, De Goeij, ...
Marine Ecology Progress Series 536, 163-173, 2015
Single-cell visualization indicates direct role of sponge host in uptake of dissolved organic matter
M Achlatis, M Pernice, K Green, JM de Goeij, P Guagliardo, MR Kilburn, ...
Proceedings of the Royal Society B 286 (1916), 20192153, 2019
The cave-profiler: a simple tool to describe the 3-D structure of inaccessible coral reef cavities
SR Scheffers, J de Goeij, FC van Duyl, RPM Bak
Coral Reefs 22 (1), 49-53, 2003
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