Dovi Kelman
Dovi Kelman
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Antioxidant activity of Hawaiian marine algae
D Kelman, EK Posner, KJ McDermid, NK Tabandera, PR Wright, ...
Marine Drugs 10 (2), 403-416, 2012
Antimicrobial activity of the reef sponge Amphimedon viridis from the Red Sea: evidence for selective toxicity
D Kelman, Y Kashman, E Rosenberg, M Ilan, I Ifrach, Y Loya
Aquatic Microbial Ecology 24 (1), 9-16, 2001
Antimicrobial activity of Red Sea corals
D Kelman, Y Kashman, E Rosenberg, A Kushmaro, Y Loya
Marine Biology 149 (2), 357-363, 2006
Antimicrobial activity of a Red Sea soft coral, Parerythropodium fulvum fulvum: reproductive and developmental considerations
D Kelman, A Kushmaro, Y Loya, Y Kashman, Y Benayahu
Marine Ecology Progress Series 169, 87-95, 1998
Diversity of culturable bacteria in the mucus of the Red Sea coral Fungia scutaria
Y Lampert, D Kelman, Z Dubinsky, Y Nitzan, RT Hill
FEMS microbiology ecology 58 (1), 99-108, 2006
Correlation between leaf age, shade levels, and characteristic beneficial natural constituents of tea (Camellia sinensis) grown in Hawaii
R Song, D Kelman, KL Johns, AD Wright
Food Chemistry 133 (3), 707-714, 2012
Phylogenetic diversity of bacteria associated with the mucus of Red Sea corals
Y Lampert, D Kelman, Y Nitzan, Z Dubinsky, A Behar, RT Hill
FEMS microbiology ecology 64 (2), 187-198, 2008
Chemical warfare in the sea: The search for antibiotics from Red Sea corals and sponges
D Kelman, Y Kashman, RT Hill, E Rosenberg, Y Loya
Pure and Applied Chemistry 81 (6), 1113-1121, 2009
Chemical defence of the soft coral Parerythropodium fulvum fulvum (Forskål) in the Red Sea against generalist reef fish
D Kelman, Y Benayahu, Y Kashman
Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 238 (1), 127-137, 1999
Carotenoids provide the major antioxidant defence in the globally significant N2‐fixing marine cyanobacterium Trichodesmium
D Kelman, A Ben‐Amotz, I Berman‐Frank
Environmental microbiology 11 (7), 1897-1908, 2009
Variation in secondary metabolite concentrations in yellow and grey morphs of the Red Sea soft coral Parerythropodium fulvum fulvum: possible ecological implications
D Kelman, Y Benayahu, Y Kashman
Journal of chemical ecology 26 (5), 1123-1133, 2000
Twilight zone sponges from Guam yield theonellin isocyanate and psammaplysins I and J
AD Wright, PJ Schupp, JP Schrör, A Engemann, S Rohde, D Kelman, ...
Journal of natural products 75 (3), 502-506, 2012
Swimming and buoyancy in ontogenetic stages of the cushion star Pteraster tesselatus (Echinodermata: Asteroidea) and their implications for distribution and movement
D Kelman, RB Emlet
The Biological Bulletin 197 (3), 309-314, 1999
Antimicrobial activity of sponges and corals
D Kelman
Coral Health and Disease, 243-258, 2004
An association between a dendronotid nudibranch (Mollusca, Opisthobranchia) and a soft coral (Octocorallia, Alcyonaria) from the Red Sea
C Àvila, D Kelman, Y Kashman, Y Benayahu
Journal of natural history 33 (10), 1433-1449, 1999
Contemporary gathering practice and antioxidant benefit of wild seaweeds in Hawai’I
GM Hart, T Ticktin, D Kelman, AD Wright, N Tabandera
Economic botany 68 (1), 30-43, 2014
The importance of 1 H-nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy for reference standard validation in analytical sciences
D Kelman, AD Wright
PloS one 7 (7), e42061, 2012
The chemical ecology of the soft coral Parerythropodium fulvum fulvum
D Kelman
Comparative analysis of the antioxidant properties of I celandic and H awaiian lichens
K Hagiwara, PR Wright, NK Tabandera, D Kelman, R Backofen, ...
Environmental Microbiology 18 (8), 2319-2325, 2016
Chemical defence of the soft coral Parerythropodium fulvum fulvum (Forskal) in the Red Sea
D Kelman, Y Benayahu, Y Kashman
Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 243, 309-312, 2000
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