Research by marine biologists from Wageningen University has shown that feeding on zooplankton by scleractinian corals has been greatly underestimated.
|Written by Tim Wijgerde|
Corals can be regarded as complex creatures, living in symbiosis with algae, bacteria and animals. This complete network of organisms is called the coral holobiont. Which forms of symbiosis exist, and are they all beneficial to the coral? And how have these relationships evolved over time? Learn more about symbiosis in this section!