Single-cell visualization indicates direct role of sponge host in uptake of dissolved organic matter
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Data Table 1
Nitrogen and carbon isotopic ratios and enrichment levels (∆δ values above 0h background) of five individual areas of interest (AOI) in the photosymbiotic bioeroding sponge Cliona orientalis after a pulse of DO15N and DO13C. AOI in the outer sponge body were (I) Dinoflagellate symbionts=S, (II) Cytoplasm of dinoflagellate-hosting sponge cells=Hs and (III) nearby outer-layer mesohyl cells or intercellular areas=Mo. AOI in the inner sponge body were (IV) Choanocytes=C and (V) nearby inner-layer mesohyl cells and intercellular space=Mi. Inner-body AOI displayed in Figure 1 of the main article (1b, f and j) are marked with an asterisk (*), while outer-body AOI displayed in Figure 2 (2b, f and j) are marked with a double asterisk (**).
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