Further Reading

Blunt JW, Copp BR, Munro MHG, Northcote PT, and Prinsep MR (2004)

Marine natural product. Natural Product Reports 21: 1-49. Fusetani N (2004) Biofouling and antifouling. Natural Product Reports 21: 94-104.

Kladi M, Vagias C, and Roussis V (2004) Volatile halogenated metabolites from marine red algae. Phytochemistry Reviews 3: 337-366.

Kobayashi J and Ishibashi M (1993) Bioactive metabolites of symbiotic marine microorganisms. Chemical Reviews 93: 1753-1769. Kobayashi J and Tsuda M (2004) Amphidinolides, bioactive macrolides from symbiotic marine dinoflagellates. Natural Product Reports 21: 77-93.

Mebs D (2002) Venomous and Poisonous Animals. Stuttgart:

MedPharm Scientific Publishers. Nagle DG and Paul VJ (1999) Production of secondary metabolites by filamentous tropical marine cyanobacteria: Ecological functions of the compounds. Journal of Phycology 35: 1412-1421. Paul VJ, Puglisi MP, and Ritson-Williams R (2006) Marine chemical ecology. Natural Product Reports 23: 153-180. Pohnert G (2004) Chemical defense strategies of marine organisms. Topics in Current Chemistry 239: 179-219.

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