Friederike Clever

Friederike Clever
Manchester Metropolitan University | MMU

PhD

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Introduction
Friederike Clever currently works at Manchester Metropolitan University Ecological Genetics Lab and STRI Panama. Friederike does research in Coral Reef Fish Ecology and Genetics (dietary metabarcoding and gut microbiome analyses).

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Environmental degradation has the potential to alter key mutualisms that underlie the structure and function of ecological communities. How microbial communities associated with fishes vary across populations and in relation to habitat characteristics remains largely unknown despite their fundamental roles in host nutrition and immunity. We find si...
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Marine multicellular organisms host a diverse collection of bacteria, archaea, microbial eukaryotes, and viruses that form their microbiome. Such host-associated microbes can significantly influence the host’s physiological capacities; however, the identity and functional role(s) of key members of the microbiome (“core microbiome”) in most marine h...
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Interactions between hosts and their resident microbial communities are a fundamental component of fitness for both agents. Though recent research has highlighted the importance of interactions between animals and their bacterial communities, comparative evidence for fungi is lacking, especially in natural populations. Using data from 49 species, w...
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Environmental degradation has the potential to alter key mutualisms that underline the structure and function of ecological communities. While it is well recognized that the global loss of coral reefs alters fish communities, the effects of habitat degradation on microbial communities associated with fishes remain largely unknown despite their fund...
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Interactions between hosts and their resident microbial communities are a fundamental component of fitness for both agents. Though recent research has highlighted the importance of interactions between animals and their bacterial communities, comparative evidence for fungi is lacking, especially in natural populations. Using data from 49 species, w...
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Panamá Las poblaciones marinas (e.g., camarones, peces, almejas) se vieron separadas en su totalidad con el cierre del istmo en las Américas hace ca. 2.8 millones de años, creando un experimento natural único para estudiar procesos evolutivos. Como todos los animales, estas especies son habitadas por comunidades de microorganismos específicos que l...
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Populations of fishes provide valuable services for billions of people, but face diverse and interacting threats that jeopardize their sustainability. Human population growth and intensifying resource use for food, water, energy and goods are compromising fish populations through a variety of mechanisms, including overfishing, habitat degradation a...

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Compare and complement behavioural and metabarcoding data of fish diets. Gain refined understanding of fish invertebrate-feeder dietary niches to understand links between versatility and resilience.