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Dr Paulina Kaniewska
Coral Reef Ecosystems Lab
School of Biological Sciences
The University of Queensland

St Lucia QLD 4072 Australia

(email) p.kaniewskauq.edu.au

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Dr David Kline
Dr Nela Rosic

People > Paulina Kaniewska

Position: Postdoctoral staff
Last update: 17-Oct-2011

Research

Impacts of climate change on coral reefs


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Publications

Rosic NN, Leggat W, Kaniewska P, Dove S, Hoegh-Guldberg O (2013) New-old hemoglobin-like proteins of symbiotic dinoflagellates. ECOLOGY AND EVOLUTION 3: 822-834

Levy O, Kaniewska P, Alon S, Eisenberg E, Karako-Lampert S, Bay LK, Reef R, Rodriguez-Lanetty M, Miller DJ, Hoegh-Guldberg O (2011) Complex Diel Cycles of Gene Expression in Coral-Algal Symbiosis. SCIENCE 331: 175-175

Levy O, Kaniewska P, Alon S, Eisenberg E, Karako-Lampert S, Bay LK, Reef R, Rodriguez-Lanetty M, Miller DJ, Hoegh-Guldberg O (2011) Complex Diel Cycles of Gene Expression in Coral-Algal Symbiosis. SCIENCE 331: 175-176

Kaniewska P, Magnusson S, Anthony K, Reef R, Kuhl M, Hoegh-Guldberg O (2010) Importance of macro versus micro structure in modulating light levels inside coral colonies. JOURNAL OF PHYCOLOGY - in press

Kaniewska P, Campbell PR, Fine M, Hoegh-Guldberg O (2009) Phototropic growth in a reef flat acroporid branching coral species. JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL BIOLOGY 212: 662-667

Holmes G, Ortiz JC, Kaniewska P, Johnstone R (2008) Using three-dimensional surface area to compare the growth of two Pocilloporid coral species. MARINE BIOLOGY 155: 421-427

Kaniewska P, Anthony KRN, Hoegh-Guldberg O (2008) Variation in colony geometry modulates internal light levels in branching corals, Acropora humilis and Stylophora pistillata. MARINE BIOLOGY 155: 649-660

Reichard M, Przybylski M, Kaniewska P, Liu H, Smith C (2007) A possible evolutionary lag in the relationship between freshwater mussels and European bitterling. JOURNAL OF FISH BIOLOGY 70: 709-725

Reichard M, Bryja J, Ondrackova M, Davidova M, Kaniewska P, Smith C (2005) Sexual selection for male dominance reduces opportunities for female mate choice in the European bitterling (Rhodeus sericeus). MOLECULAR ECOLOGY 14: 1533-1542