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Coral Reefs Dominate Integrative Biology Meeting

Science  06 Feb 1998:
Vol. 279, Issue 5352, pp. 807-809
DOI: 10.1126/science.279.5352.807

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BOSTON-- In addition to the normal contingent of biologists from many disciplines, this year's annual meeting of the Society for Integrative and Comparative Biology, which was held here from 3 to 7 January, attracted hundreds of coral reef scientists. Sessions discussed new information on the relationship between corals and their symbiotic algae and also how to farm corals. In addition, the meeting included a session on what allows monitor lizards to simultaneously run and breathe more easily than other lizards can.

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