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Monday, 03 May 2021 11:40

Postdoctoral Position -FABI

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Postdoctoral Position -University of Pretoria

Deadline: 17th May 2021

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Tuesday, 20 April 2021 14:25

Postdoc Position - UWC


Postdoctoral Research Fellowship - University of the Western Cape

Deadline: 2 May 2021

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Thursday, 11 February 2021 11:44

UFS - Postdoctoral fellow position

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Postdoctoral fellow position

Deadline: 30 April 2021

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Thursday, 12 November 2020 10:05

Postdoctoral positions; University of Pretoria; CMEG

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Postdoctoral positions

University of Pretoria

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Wednesday, 28 October 2020 07:16

Postdoctoral Fellowship Position - UFS

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Postdoctoral Fellowship Position

Dept of Microbial, Biochemical and Food Biotechnology, Molecular Virology Group

Deadline: 30 November 2020

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Tuesday, 22 September 2020 12:26



Department of Biochemistry and Microbiology

Deadline: Friday, 02nd October 2020

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Thursday, 27 August 2020 08:28

Postdoctoral Research Fellow position; UJ

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Postdoctoral Research Fellow position

Department of Chemical Sciences

University of Johannesburg


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Thursday, 05 March 2020 08:12

Postdoc/MSc - IMBM, UWC



Postdoctoral Research Fellowship / MSc in Biotech 

Closing date: 9 Mar 2020 (Postdoc); 10 Mar 2020 (MSc) 


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UKZN twitter logo.width 800.width 800Climate-induced coral bleaching is considered an existential threat to coral reefs globally and is exacerbated by other stressors, including coral diseases. Some corals are more resistant to bleaching than others, for reasons that include genetic variability among colonies, species and locations or gene expression. An evolutionary perspective is therefore integral to understanding resilience in corals. The ability of corals to resist bleaching and disease is additionally dependent on maintaining a healthy microbiome (assemblage of microorganisms, including algae, other protists, bacteria, archaea, fungi, and viruses). While the importance of endosymbiotic microbes in coral health is well known, the effect of temperature on coral-associated bacterial diversity is not fully understood. The many interactions between the coral animal and all its symbionts provide many opportunities for adaptation to changing environments and there is some evidence that corals may adapt to climate change. However, it is recognised that they are unlikely to naturally adapt fast enough to avoid catastrophic loss of species and populations. 

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