19 Gamon, L., Dieterich, S., Ignasiak, M. T., Schrameyer, V., Davies, M.J., Iodide modulates protein damage induced by the inflammation-associated heme enzyme myeloperoxidase, Redox Biology, Vol. 28 Jan 2020, 101331 Gamon et al. 2019

18 Schrameyer, V., Ortega, K., Strahl, J., Abele, D., Kühl, M., Quantitative hydrogen-peroxide measures of coral explants – a feasible coral model?, in progress

17 Schrameyer, V., Gammon, L., Davies, M., Grover, R., Ferrier-Pagès, C., Kühl, M., Cellular oxidative stress scenario under acute thermal stress conditions in two scleractinian corals, in progress

16 Schrameyer, V., Szabo, M., Vass, I., Kühl, M., Nitric Oxide exposure has differential impact on key photophysiological traits of two Symbiodinium subclades, in progress

15 Schrameyer V., Duley M., Larkum A.W.D., Kühl M, Ralph P., Simulating ecologically relevant freshwater impact tells physiological limits of hyposalinity stress in Pocillopora damicornis. in progress

14 Tetu S., Sarker I., Schrameyer V., Pickford R., Elbourne L.D.H., Moore L.R., Paulsen I., Impact of plastic leachates on marine Prochlorococcus. Communications Biology, 2: 184. |


13 Mosshammer M., Schrameyer V., Jensen P., Koren K., Kühl M., Extracellular Hydrogen Peroxide Measurements Using a Flow Injection System in Combination with Microdialysis Probes – Potential and Challenges. Free Radical Biology & Medicine, 2018, Vol. 128, pp. 111-123. Mosshammer et al. 2018_preprint

12 Schrameyer V., York P.A., Chartrand K., Ralph P.J., Kühl M., Brodersen K.E., Rasheed M. A. Contrasting impacts of light reduction on sediment biogeochemistry in deep- and shallow-water tropical seagrass assemblages (Green Island, Great Barrier Reef). Marine Environmental Research, 2018, Vol. 136, pp38-47.


11 Brodersen K.E., Hammer K.J., Schrameyer V., Floytrup A., Rasheed M. A., Ralph P.J., Kühl M., Pedersen O., Sediment resuspension and deposition on seagrass leaves impedes internal plant aeration and promotes phototoxic H2S intrusion. Frontiers in Plant Science, 2017, Vol. 8, Article 657.

10 Tonk L., Sampayo E.M., Schrameyer V., Chai A., Hoegh-Guldberg O., Symbiodinium (Phyrrhophyta) community patterns in invertebrate hosts from inshore marginal reefs of the southern Great Barrier Reef, Australia. Journal of Phycology, 2017, Vol. 53, pp. 589 – 600.


9 Schrameyer V., Krämer W.E., Hill R., Jeans J., Larkum A.W.D., Bischof K., Campbell D.A., Ralph P.J., Under high light stress two Indo-Pacific coral species display differential photodamage and photo repair dynamics. Marine Biology,163(8), 1-13.

8 Slavov C., Schrameyer V., Reus M., Ralph P. J., Hill R., Larkum A.W.D., Holzwarth A.R.,

Super-quenching” state protects Symbiodinium from thermal stress-Implications for coral bleaching. BBABioenergetics, 2016, Feb8.pii:S0005-2728(16)30021-4.doi: 10.1016/j.bbabio.2016.02.002 

7 Ros M., Pernice M., Le Guillou S., Doblin M., Schrameyer V., Laczka O., 2016. Colorimetric detection of Caspase 3 activity and oxygen derivatives: potential early indicators of thermal stress in corals. Journal of Marine Biology. Vol. 2016 (2016), Article ID: 6825949.


6 Schrameyer V., Wangpraseurt D., Hill R., Kühl M., Larkum A.W.D., Ralph P.J., Light respiratory processes and gross photosynthesis in two scleractinian corals. PlosOne, 2014, Vol. 9(10), e110814. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0110814

5 Tonk L., Sampayo E. M., LaJeunesse T.C., Schrameyer V., Hoegh-Guldberg O.,  Symbiodinium (Dinophyceae) diversity in reef- invertebrates along an offshore to inshore reef gradient near Lizard Island, Great Barrier Reef.   Journal of Phycology, 2014, Vol. 40 (3), pp. 552-563. DOI: 10.1111/jpy.12185


Krämer W., Schrameyer V., Hill R., Ralph P. J., and Bischof K., PSII activity and pigment dynamics of Symbiodinium in two Indo-Pacific corals exposed to   short-term high-light stress. Marine Biology, 2012, Vol 160, Issue 3, pp. 563-577.

Hill R., Larkum A.W.D., Schrameyer V., Gustafsson M., Ralph P.J., 2012. Response to Biogeoscience Discussion, 2012, Vol. 9, pp. 8111-8139.

Behrendt L., Schrameyer V., Qvortrup K., Lunding L., Sorensen S., Larkum A.W.D., Kühl M., 2012. Biofilm growth and near infrared radiation- driven photosynthesis of the chlorophyll-d-containing cyanobacterium Acaryochloris marina. Applied Environmental Microbiology, 2012, Vol. 78, pp. 3896-3904.


1 Jupiter S., Roff G., Marion G., Henderson M., Schrameyer V., Hoegh Guldberg O., Linkages between coral assemblages and   coral proxies of terrestrial exposure along a cross-shelf gradient of the southern Great Barrier Reef. Coral Reefs, 2008, Vol. 27, pp. 887- 903.