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Journal Articles (6)
Luter, Heidi M., Widder, Stefanie, Botté, Emmanuelle S., Wahab, Muhammad Abdul, Whalan, Stephen, Moitinho-Silva, Lucas, Thomas, Torsten and Webster, Nicole S. (2015). Biogeographic variation in the microbiome of the ecologically important sponge, Carteriospongia foliascens. PeerJ,2015(3 - Article No. 1435). 82 37 8
Luter, Heidi M., Gibb, Karen and Webster, Nicole S. (2014). Eutrophication has no short-term effect on the Cymbastela stipitata holobiont. Frontiers in Microbiology,5(Article No. 216). 93 114 0 Cited 0 times in Scopus0 1
Neave, Matthew, Luter, Heidi, Padovan, Anna, Townsend, Simon, Schobben, Xavier and Gibb, Karen (2014). Multiple approaches to microbial source tracking in tropical northern Australia. Microbiology Open,3(6):860-874. 39 80 1
Webster, Nicole S., Luter, Heidi M., Soo, R. M., Botte, E. S., Simister, R. L., Abdo, D. and Whalan, Steve (2013). Same, same but different: symbiotic bacterial associations in GBR sponges. Frontiers in Microbiology,3(444):1-11. 132 120 Cited 5 times in Scopus5 1
Andreakis, Nikos, Luter, Heidi and Webster, Nicole (2012). Cryptic speciation and phylogeographic relationships in the elephant ear sponge Ianthella basta (Porifera, Ianthellidae) from northern Australia. Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society,166(2):225-235. 52   Cited 5 times in Scopus5 0
Luter, Heidi M., Whalan, Steve and Webster, Nicole S. (2012). Thermal and sedimentation stress are unlikely causes of brown spot syndrome in the Coral Reef Sponge, Ianthella basta. PloS ONE,7(6):e39779. 66 70 Cited 4 times in Scopus4 0
All Others (1)
Luter, Heidi (2014). Perspectives on Open Access publishing from an ECR, , School of Environment, Charles Darwin University. 91 26