You are here

RCC references

Export 18 results:
Author Title [ Year(Asc)]
Filters: First Letter Of Title is A  [Clear All Filters]
2017
Botebol H, Lelandais G, Six C, Lesuisse E, Meng A, Bittner L, Lecrom S, Sutak R, Lozano J-C, Schatt P et al..  2017.  Acclimation of a low iron adapted Ostreococcus strain to iron limitation through cell biomass lowering. Scientific Reports. 7:327.PDF icon Botebol et al. - 2017 - Acclimation of a low iron adapted Ostreococcus strain to iron limitation through cell biomass lowering.pdf (2.26 MB)
Mahmoud RM, Sanfilippo JE, Nguyen AA, Strnat JA, Partensky F, Garczarek L, Kassem NAbo El, Kehoe DM, Schluchter WM.  2017.  Adaptation to Blue Light in Marine Synechococcus Requires MpeU, an Enzyme with Similarity to Phycoerythrobilin Lyase Isomerases. Frontiers in Microbiology. 8:243.
Pittera J, Partensky F, Six C.  2017.  Adaptive thermostability of light-harvesting complexes in marine picocyanobacteria. The ISME Journal. 11:112–124.PDF icon Pittera, Partensky, Six - 2016 - Adaptive thermostability of light-harvesting complexes in marine picocyanobacteria.pdf (2.07 MB)
Gu H, Li X, Chomérat N, Luo Z, Sarno D, Gourvil P, Balzano S, Siano R.  2017.  Adenoides sinensis , a new sand-dwelling dinoflagellate species from China and reexamination of A. eludens from an Atlantic strain. Phycologia. 57:1–13.PDF icon Gu et al. - 2017 - Adenoides sinensis , a new sand-dwelling dinoflagellate species from China and reexamination of A. eludens from an(3).pdf (1.97 MB)
Caló G, Scheidegger D, Martínez-Noël GMA, Salerno GL.  2017.  Ancient signal for nitrogen status sensing in the green lineage: Functional evidence of CDPK repertoire in Ostreococcus tauri. Plant Physiology and Biochemistry. 118:377–384.PDF icon Caló et al. - 2017 - Ancient signal for nitrogen status sensing in the green lineage Functional evidence of CDPK repertoire in Ostreoco.pdf (3.01 MB)
Ni G, Zimbalatti G, Murphy CD, Barnett AB, Arsenault CM, Li G, Cockshutt AM, Campbell DA.  2017.  Arctic Micromonas uses protein pools and non-photochemical quenching to cope with temperature restrictions on Photosystem II protein turnover. Photosynthesis Research. 131:203–220.PDF icon Ni et al. - 2016 - Arctic Micromonas uses protein pools and non-photochemical quenching to cope with temperature restrictions on Photosy.pdf (1.52 MB)