Shelby E. McIlroy
Shelby E. McIlroy
Postdoctoral Fellow, Swire Institute of Marine Science, University of Hong Kong
Verified email at hku.hk
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Cryptic diversity hides host and habitat specialization in a gorgonian‐algal symbiosis
C Prada, SE McIlroy, DM Beltrán, DJ Valint, SA Ford, ME Hellberg, ...
Molecular ecology 23 (13), 3330-3340, 2014
442014
Multiple defender effects: synergistic coral defense by mutualist crustaceans
CS McKeon, AC Stier, SE McIlroy, BM Bolker
Oecologia 169 (4), 1095-1103, 2012
352012
Effects of the fish anesthetic, clove oil (eugenol), on coral health and growth
SE Boyer, JS White, AC Stier, CW Osenberg
Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 369 (1), 53-57, 2009
312009
Variation in symbiont uptake in the early ontogeny of the upside-down jellyfish, Cassiopea spp.
RE Mellas, SE McIlroy, WK Fitt, MA Coffroth
Journal of experimental marine biology and ecology 459, 38-44, 2014
182014
Coral ontogeny affects early symbiont acquisition in laboratory-reared recruits
SE McIlroy, MA Coffroth
Coral Reefs 36 (3), 927-932, 2017
152017
The effects of Symbiodinium (Pyrrhophyta) identity on growth, survivorship, and thermal tolerance of newly settled coral recruits
SE McIlroy, P Gillette, R Cunning, A Klueter, T Capo, AC Baker, ...
Journal of phycology 52 (6), 1114-1124, 2016
102016
Comparative growth rates of cultured marine dinoflagellates in the genus Symbiodinium and the effects of temperature and light
A Klueter, J Trapani, FI Archer, SE McIlroy, MA Coffroth
PloS one 12 (11), 2017
92017
FISH-Flow: a quantitative molecular approach for describing mixed clade communities of Symbiodinium
SE McIlroy, GJ Smith, JB Geller
Coral Reefs 33 (1), 157-167, 2014
82014
A pollution gradient contributes to the taxonomic, functional, and resistome diversity of microbial communities in marine sediments
J Chen, SE McIlroy, A Archana, DM Baker, G Panagiotou
Microbiome 7 (1), 104, 2019
42019
Critical information gaps impeding understanding of the role of larval connectivity among coral reef islands in an era of global change
PJ Edmunds, SE McIlroy, M Adjeroud, P Ang, JL Bergman, RC Carpenter, ...
Frontiers in Marine Science 5, 290, 2018
42018
Nitrogen identity drives differential impacts of nutrients on coral bleaching and mortality
DE Burkepile, AA Shantz, TC Adam, KS Munsterman, KE Speare, ...
Ecosystems, 1-14, 2019
32019
Competition and succession among coral endosymbionts
SE McIlroy, R Cunning, AC Baker, MA Coffroth
Ecology and Evolution 9 (22), 12767-12778, 2019
22019
Subtropical thermal variation supports persistence of corals but limits productivity of coral reefs
SE McIlroy, PD Thompson, FL Yuan, TC Bonebrake, DM Baker
Proceedings of the Royal Society B 286 (1907), 20190882, 2019
22019
Facing a wicked problem with optimism: issues and priorities for coral conservation in Hong Kong
NN Duprey, SE McIlroy, TPT Ng, PD Thompson, T Kim, JCY Wong, ...
Biodiversity and conservation 26 (11), 2521-2545, 2017
22017
Coral-algal symbioses: Consequences of flexibility in symbiont uptake for newly settled coral recruits and juveniles
SE McIlroy
22016
Environmental flexibility in Oulastrea crispata in a highly urbanised environment: a microbial perspective
T Rothig, H Bravo, A Corley, TL Prigge, A Chung, V Yu, SE McIlroy, ...
CORAL REEFS, 2020
2020
The Anthropogenic Nitrogen Footprint of a Tropical Lagoon: Spatial Variability in Padina sp. δ15N Values1
N Geeraert, NN Duprey, SE McIlroy, PD Thompson, BR Goldstein, ...
Pacific Science 74 (1), 19-29, 2020
2020
Building Blue Networks: Measuring and Conserving Marine Biodiversity
SE McIlroy, DM Baker
Hong Kong Maritime Museum Public Outreach Lecture-Coral biodiversity in Hong …, 2016
2016
Dissertation Research: Mechanisms and consequences of flexibility in mutualistic relationships
S McIlroy
2014
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