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Turmel M, Santos ALopes dos, Otis C, Sergerie R, Lemieux C.  2019.  Tracing the Evolution of the Plastome and Mitogenome in the Chloropicophyceae Uncovered Convergent tRNA Gene Losses and a Variant Plastid Genetic Code. Genome Biology and Evolution. in pressPDF icon Turmel et al. - 2019 - Tracing the Evolution of the Plastome and Mitogenome in the Chloropicophyceae Uncovered Convergent tRNA Gene Loss.pdf (3.28 MB)
Turmel M, Otis C, Lemieux C.  2010.  A Deviant Genetic Code in the Reduced Mitochondrial Genome of the Picoplanktonic Green Alga Pycnococcus provasolii. Journal of Molecular Evolution. 70:203–214.
Tsui CKM, Marshall W, Yokoyama R, Honda D, Lippmeier JC, Craven KD, Peterson PD, Berbee ML.  2009.  Labyrinthulomycetes phylogeny and its implications for the evolutionary loss of chloroplasts and gain of ectoplasmic gliding. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution. 50:129–140.PDF icon Tsui et al. - 2009 - Labyrinthulomycetes phylogeny and its implications for the evolutionary loss of chloroplasts and gain of ectoplasmi.pdf (640.88 KB)
Treusch AH, Demir-Hilton E, Vergin KL, Worden AZ, Carlson CA, Donatz MG, Burton RM, Giovannoni SJ.  2012.  Phytoplankton distribution patterns in the northwestern Sargasso Sea revealed by small subunit rRNA genes from plastids. The ISME journal. 6:481–492.PDF icon Treusch et al. - 2012 - Phytoplankton distribution patterns in the northwestern Sargasso Sea revealed by small subunit rRNA genes from p.pdf (733.67 KB)
Trainic M, Koren I, Sharoni S, Frada M, Segev L, Rudich Y, Vardi A.  2018.  Infection Dynamics of a Bloom-Forming Alga and Its Virus Determine Airborne Coccolith Emission from Seawater. iScience. PDF icon Trainic et al. - 2018 - Infection Dynamics of a Bloom-Forming Alga and Its Virus Determine Airborne Coccolith Emission from Seawater.pdf (3.32 MB)PDF icon Trainic et al. - 2018 - Infection Dynamics of a Bloom-Forming Alga and Its Virus Determine Airborne Coccolith Emission from Seawater(2).pdf (973.55 KB)
Tragin M, Lopes dos Santos A, Christen R., Vaulot D..  2016.  Phylogenetic diversity and ecology of green micro algae in marine systems. Perspectives in Phycology. in pressPDF icon Tragin et al. - 2016 - Phylogenetic diversity and ecology of green micro algae in marine systems.pdf (1.94 MB)
Toledo G, Palenik B.  2003.  A Synechococcus serotype is found preferentially in surface marine waters. Limnology and Oceanography. 48:1744–1755.
Thume K, Gebser B, Chen L, Meyer N, Kieber DJ, Pohnert G.  2018.  The metabolite dimethylsulfoxonium propionate extends the marine organosulfur cycle. Nature. 563:412–415.PDF icon Thume et al. - 2018 - The metabolite dimethylsulfoxonium propionate extends the marine organosulfur cycle.pdf (3.35 MB)
Thompson AW, Foster RA, Krupke A, Carter BJ, Musat N, Vaulot D, Kuypers MMM, Zehr JP.  2012.  Unicellular cyanobacterium symbiotic with a single-celled eukaryotic alga. Science. 337:1546–1550.PDF icon Thompson et al. - 2012 - Unicellular cyanobacterium symbiotic with a single-celled eukaryotic alga.pdf (812.94 KB)
Theroux S, Huang Y, Toney JL, Andersen R, Nyren P, Bohn R, Salacup J, Murphy L, Amaral‐Zettler L.  2019.  Successional blooms of alkenone‐producing haptophytes in Lake George, North Dakota: Implications for continental paleoclimate reconstructions. Limnology and Oceanography. :lno.11311.PDF icon Theroux et al. - 2019 - Successional blooms of alkenone‐producing haptophytes in Lake George, North Dakota Implications for continenta.pdf (1.02 MB)
Taylor BP, Weitz JS, Brussaard CPD, Fischer MG.  2018.  Quantitative infection dynamics of cafeteria roenbergensis virus. Viruses. 10:1–11.PDF icon Taylor et al. - 2018 - Quantitative infection dynamics of cafeteria roenbergensis virus.pdf (407.38 KB)