Bill Leggat
Bill Leggat
Professor, School of Environmental and Life Sciences
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The diversity and coevolution of Rubisco, plastids, pyrenoids, and chloroplast-based CO2-concentrating mechanisms in algae
MR Badger, TJ Andrews, SM Whitney, M Ludwig, DC Yellowlees, ...
Canadian Journal of Botany 76 (6), 1052-1071, 1998
Metabolic interactions between algal symbionts and invertebrate hosts
D Yellowlees, TAV Rees, W Leggat
Plant, cell & environment 31 (5), 679-694, 2008
The coral core microbiome identifies rare bacterial taxa as ubiquitous endosymbionts
T D Ainsworth, L Krause, T Bridge, G Torda, JB Raina, M Zakrzewski, ...
The ISME journal 9 (10), 2261-2274, 2015
Climate change disables coral bleaching protection on the Great Barrier Reef
TD Ainsworth, SF Heron, JC Ortiz, PJ Mumby, A Grech, D Ogawa, ...
Science 352 (6283), 338-342, 2016
The effect of thermal history on the susceptibility of reef-building corals to thermal stress
R Middlebrook, O Hoegh-Guldberg, W Leggat
Journal of Experimental Biology 211 (7), 1050-1056, 2008
Light-responsive cryptochromes from a simple multicellular animal, the coral Acropora millepora
O Levy, L Appelbaum, W Leggat, Y Gothlif, DC Hayward, DJ Miller, ...
Science 318 (5849), 467-470, 2007
An ancient and variable mannose-binding lectin from the coral Acropora millepora binds both pathogens and symbionts
ECE Kvennefors, W Leggat, O Hoegh-Guldberg, BM Degnan, AC Barnes
Developmental & Comparative Immunology 32 (12), 1582-1592, 2008
Differential responses of the coral host and their algal symbiont to thermal stress
W Leggat, F Seneca, K Wasmund, L Ukani, D Yellowlees, TD Ainsworth
PloS one 6 (10), e26687, 2011
Rapid coral decay is associated with marine heatwave mortality events on reefs
WP Leggat, EF Camp, DJ Suggett, SF Heron, AJ Fordyce, S Gardner, ...
Current Biology 29 (16), 2723-2730. e4, 2019
Symbiotic dinoflagellate functional diversity mediates coral survival under ecological crisis
DJ Suggett, ME Warner, W Leggat
Trends in Ecology & Evolution 32 (10), 735-745, 2017
Symbiodinium—Invertebrate Symbioses and the Role of Metabolomics
BR Gordon, W Leggat
Marine drugs 8 (10), 2546-2568, 2010
Analysis of an EST library from the dinoflagellate (Symbiodinium sp.) symbiont of reef‐building corals1
W Leggat, O Hoegh‐Guldberg, S Dove, D Yellowlees
Journal of Phycology 43 (5), 1010-1021, 2007
The microbial signature provides insight into the mechanistic basis of coral success across reef habitats
A Hernandez-Agreda, W Leggat, P Bongaerts, TD Ainsworth
MBio 7 (4), 10.1128/mbio. 00560-16, 2016
Evidence for an Inorganic Carbon-Concentrating Mechanism in the Symbiotic Dinoflagellate Symbiodinium sp.
W Leggat, MR Badger, D Yellowlees
Plant Physiology 121 (4), 1247-1255, 1999
Early cellular changes are indicators of pre-bleaching thermal stress in the coral host
TD Ainsworth, O Hoegh-Guldberg, SF Heron, WJ Skirving, W Leggat
Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 364 (2), 63-71, 2008
Molecular processes of transgenerational acclimation to a warming ocean
HD Veilleux, T Ryu, JM Donelson, L Van Herwerden, L Seridi, Y Ghosheh, ...
Nature Climate Change 5 (12), 1074-1078, 2015
Differential coral bleaching—Contrasting the activity and response of enzymatic antioxidants in symbiotic partners under thermal stress
T Krueger, TD Hawkins, S Becker, S Pontasch, S Dove, ...
Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology Part A: Molecular & Integrative …, 2015
Analysis of evolutionarily conserved innate immune components in coral links immunity and symbiosis
ECE Kvennefors, W Leggat, CC Kerr, TD Ainsworth, O Hoegh-Guldberg, ...
Developmental & Comparative Immunology 34 (11), 1219-1229, 2010
Rethinking the coral microbiome: simplicity exists within a diverse microbial biosphere
A Hernandez-Agreda, W Leggat, P Bongaerts, C Herrera, TD Ainsworth
MBio 9 (5), 10.1128/mbio. 00812-18, 2018
Fidelity and flexibility in coral symbioses
AH Baird, VR Cumbo, W Leggat, M Rodriguez-Lanetty
Marine Ecology Progress Series 347, 307-309, 2007
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