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Better off alone? New insights in the symbiotic relationship between the flatworm Symsagittifera roscoffensis and the microalgae Tetraselmis convolutae Symbiosis.. 2020.
Evolutionary Mechanisms of Long-Term Genome Diversification Associated With Niche Partitioning in Marine Picocyanobacteria. Frontiers in Microbiology. 11:1–23.. 2020.
Synergic Effects of Temperature and Irradiance on the Physiology of the Marine Synechococcus Strain WH7803. Frontiers in Microbiology. 11:1707.. 2020.
Picoeukaryotes of the Micromonas genus: sentinels of a warming ocean. The ISME Journal. 13:132–146.. 2019.
Unveiling membrane thermoregulation strategies in marine picocyanobacteria. New Phytologist. :nph.16239.. 2019.
Comparison of photosynthetic performances of marine picocyanobacteria with different configurations of the oxygen-evolving complex. Photosynthesis Research. 138:57–71.. 2018.
A novel species of the marine cyanobacterium Acaryochloris with a unique pigment content and lifestyle. Scientific Reports. 8:9142.. 2018.
Picoeukaryotes of the Micromonas genus: sentinels of a warming ocean. The ISME Journal.. 2018.
Acclimation of a low iron adapted Ostreococcus strain to iron limitation through cell biomass lowering. Scientific Reports. 7:327.. 2017.
Adaptive thermostability of light-harvesting complexes in marine picocyanobacteria. The ISME Journal. 11:112–124.. 2017.
Revision of the Genus Micromonas Manton et Parke (Chlorophyta, Mamiellophyceae), of the Type Species M. pusilla (Butcher) Manton & Parke and of the Species M. commoda van Baren, Bachy and Worden and Description of Two New Species Based on the Genetic. Protist. 168:612–635.. 2017.
Temperature is a key factor in Micromonas–virus interactions. The ISME Journal. 11:601–612.. 2017.
Thermoacclimation and genome adaptation of the membrane lipidome in marine Synechococcus. Environmental Microbiology. :inpress.. 2017.
Connecting thermal physiology and latitudinal niche partitioning in marine Synechococcus. The ISME journal. 8:1221–1236.. 2014.
Two Novel Phycoerythrin-Associated Linker Proteins in the Marine Cyanobacterium Synechococcus sp. Strain WH8102. Journal of Bacteriology. 187:1685–1694.. 2005.