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Live coral is collected for the marine aquarium industry and public aquaria. • Harvesting for Medical Use. Researchers have been using coral for bone graph clinical trials and imports of coral for medical purposes increased 500% from 1991 to 1992 (Fenical, 1996).

NOAA Coral Reef News – May 2004 Currently all stony corals (live and dead), including live rock and reef substrate are listed in Appendix II, which requires that exports are accompanied by permits that indicate the corals — Corals
Corals. Marine Depot Live is proud to carry a wide variety of high end live corals from Aquacultured SPS coral frags to Zoas and Palys and everything in between for your coral reef aquarium.

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Corals And Coral Reefs 3
14 Corals and Coral Reefs. Corals and Coral Reefs Objectives a understand that coral reefs are formed by coral animals a understand the conditions corals need to grow

MOC Marine Life Profile – Corals – Maui Ocean Center
The algae live inside the coral's tissue and supply nutrients to the polyp as a byproduct of photosynthesis. This extra energy source allows the coral to create the calcium carbonate skeleton. The zooxanthellae can be so numerous

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Coral Reef Ecosystems
Some of the Organisms that Live On Coral Reefs PRODUCERS: (Organisms that photosynthesise to produce their own food – i.e. plants) • PHYTOPLANKTON (PLANT PLANKTON):