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Corals can call a fish-cleaners for fight with toxic algae- VIDEO PDF Print E-mail
Monday, 12 November 2012 10:15

In Science magazine was published an article of scientists from Georgia Institute of Technology in Atlanta, USA, led by Mark Hay and Danielle Dixson, that tropical coral species Acropora nasuta can be protected from the toxic algae species Chlorodesmis fastigiata with distribution in water a specific signaling molecules, that attract a fish cleaners Gobiodon histrio and Paragobiodon echinocephalus, which eliminate a toxic algae and save coral colonies from extinction, acting as a bodyguard. As reported by Mark Hay and Danielle Dixson, during the years of the study of marine life of corals near the coast of Fiji was established, that corals are waging a real chemical war with poisonous algae of Chlorodesmis fastigiata, are producing a special soluble in water substances, which is the chemical signal of danger, that attracts of fish to algae. According to scientists, has developed a stable symbiotic between corals and fish, THE VIDEO:

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