Table 3: Percentages of autotrophic carbon contributing to the total respiration of the holobiont (CZAR) as well as percentages of autotrophic and heterotrophic carbon contributing to the respiration of the host (CTAR and CHAR respectively), for fed and unfed nubbins of Stylophora pistillata over the course of heat-stress (day 28) and recovering (day 56).

From: Heterotrophy promotes the re-establishment of photosynthate translocation in a symbiotic coral after heat stress

 CZAR (%)CTAR (%)CHAR (%)CTAR + CHAR (%)
mean ± s.e.m.(Fisher)mean ± s.e.m.(Fisher)mean ± s.e.m.(Fisher)mean ± s.e.m.(Fisher)
Day 28
 CTF102.1 ± 6.7(AB)94.3 ± 3.1(AB)43.5 ± 1.4(A)137.8 ± 4.5(A)
 CTU112.0 ± 1.7(A)120.3 ± 4.3(B) 120.3 ± 4.3(AB)
 HTF71.0 ± 1.9(D)52.1 ± 4.1(C)21.1 ± 1.7(B)73.2 ± 5.8(CD)
 HTU90.8 ± 2.6(ABC)83.0 ± 11.0(D) 83.0 ± 11.0(C)
Day 56
 CTF93.6 ± 13.2(ABC)89.5 ± 10.0(AD)41.0 ± 4.6(A)130.5 ± 14.6(A)
 CTU87.8 ± 1.7(BC)85.3 ± 6.6(D) 85.3 ± 6.6(BC)
 HTF78.1 ± 2.5(CD)76.2 ± 7.9(AD)44.8 ± 4.7(A)121.0 ± 12.6(A)
 HTU56.9 ± 2.3(E)47.5 ± 3.8(C) 47.5 ± 3.8(D)
  1. Data are expressed as means ± standard error of the mean of n = 4 measurements. Numbers with different letters in parentheses (A to E) are significantly different (p < 0.05). Symbols are defined in the text, and a list of symbols and definitions is given in Table 5.