Michele Guidone, Ph.D., is Instructor of Biology at Sacred Heart University. 

Degrees: Ph.D., 2012, Biological Sciences, University of Rhode Island; M.S., 2007,
Biology, Southern Connecticut State University; B.S., 2004, Biology and Ecology and
Evolutionary Biology, University of Connecticut, With Honors, Summa Cum Laude. 



Utilization of the Invasive Alga Gracilaria Vermiculophylla (Ohmi) Papenfuss by the Native Mud Snail Ilyanassa Obsoleta (Say) (with Christine Newton and Carol S. Thornber), Biology Faculty Publications (2014)

The recent invasions of the red alga, Gracilaria vermiculophylla, to the Atlantic and Eastern Pacific...



Examination of Ulva Bloom Species Richness and Relative Abundance Reveals Two Cryptically Co-Occurring Bloom Species in Narragansett Bay, Rhode Island (with Carol S. Thornber), Biology Faculty Publications (2013)

Blooms caused by the green macroalga Ulva pose a serious threat to coastal ecosystems around...



Snail Grazing Facilitates Growth of Two Morphologically Similar Bloom-Forming Ulva Species Through Different Mechanisms (with Carol S. Thornber, Emily Vincent, and Sedonia Sipes), Biology Faculty Publications (2012)

Herbivores can facilitate macrophyte growth through stimulation of overcompensation pathways, removal of neighbouring or fouling...



Snail Grazing Facilitates Growth of a Bloom-Forming Alga (with Carol S. Thornber and Emily Field), Biology Faculty Publications (2010)

Herbivory often has a negative effect on plants. However, there is a growing number of...



The Ratio of Gametophytes to Tetrasporophytes of Intertidal Chondrus Crispus (Gigartinaceae) Across a Salinity Gradient (with Sean Grace), Biology Faculty Publications (2010)

Population studies of the Gigartinaceae (Rhodophyta) have often observed that the ratio of gametophytes to...




The Influence of Invertebrate Herbivores on Macroalgal Blooms, Dissertations and Master's Theses (Campus Access) (2012)

Macroalgal blooms are a serious threat to coastal ecosystems around the world and, as such,...