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Worden AZ, Allen AE.  2010.  The voyage of the microbial eukaryote. Current opinion in Microbiology. 13:652–660.PDF icon Worden, Allen - 2010 - The voyage of the microbial eukaryote.pdf (514.76 KB)
Worden AZ.  2006.  Picoeukaryote diversity in coastal waters of the Pacific Ocean. Aquatic Microbial Ecology. 43:165–175.
Worden AZ, Lee J.-H, Mock T, Rouzé P, Simmons MP, Aerts AL, Allen AE, Cuvelier ML, Derelle E, Everett MV et al..  2009.  Green evolution and dynamic adaptations revealed by genomes of the marine picoeukaryotes Micromonas. Science. 324:268–272.PDF icon Worden et al. - 2009 - Green evolution and dynamic adaptations revealed by genomes of the marine picoeukaryotes iMicromonasi.pdf (5.43 MB)
Wolhowe MD, Prahl FG, Probert I, Maldonado M.  2009.  Growth phase dependent hydrogen isotopic fractionation in alkenone-producing haptophytes. Biogeosciences. 6:1681–1694.PDF icon Wolhowe et al. - 2009 - Growth phase dependent hydrogen isotopic fractionation in alkenone-producing haptophytes.pdf (770.38 KB)
Wilson W, Zhang Q, Rickaby REM.  2019.  Susceptibility of algae to Cr toxicity reveals contrasting metal management strategies. Limnology and Oceanography. 64:2271–2282.
Wheeler G, Ishikawa T, Pornsaksit V, Smirnoff N.  2015.  Evolution of alternative biosynthetic pathways for vitamin C following plastid acquisition in photosynthetic eukaryotes. eLife. 4:1–25.PDF icon Wheeler et al. - 2015 - Evolution of alternative biosynthetic pathways for vitamin C following plastid acquisition in photosynthetic euk.pdf (2.17 MB)
Weynberg KD, Allen MJ, Wilson WH.  2017.  Marine Prasinoviruses and Their Tiny Plankton Hosts : A Review. Viruses. :1–20.
West NJ, Schonhuber WA, Fuller NJ, Amann RI, Rippka R, Post AF, Scanlan DJ.  2001.  Closely related Prochlorococcus genotypes show remarkably different depth distributions in two oceanic regions as revealed by in situ hybridization using 16S rRNA-targeted oligonucleotides. Microbiology - UK. 147:1731–1744.
Weiss GM, Roepert A, Middelburg JJ, Schouten S, Damsté JSSinning, van der Meer MTJ.  2019.  Hydrogen isotope fractionation response to salinity and alkalinity in a calcifying strain of Emiliania huxleyi. Organic Geochemistry. PDF icon Weiss et al. - 2019 - Hydrogen isotope fractionation response to salinity and alkalinity in a calcifying strain of Emiliania huxleyi.pdf (205.15 KB)
Waters ER, Rioflorido I.  2007.  Evolutionary analysis of the small heat shock proteins in five complete algal genomes. Journal of Molecular Evolution. 65:162–174.
Waterbury JB, Watson SW, Valois FW, Franks DG.  1986.  Biological and ecological characterization of the marine unicellular cyanobacterium Synechococcus. Photosynthetic Picoplankton. 214:71–120.
Waltman PH, Guo J, Reistetter ENahas, Purvine S, Ansong CK, van Baren MJ, Wong C-H, Wei C-L, Smith RD, Callister SJ et al..  2016.  Identifying Aspects of the Post-Transcriptional Program Governing the Proteome of the Green Alga Micromonas pusilla.. PloS one. 11:e0155839.PDF icon Waltman et al. - 2016 - Identifying Aspects of the Post-Transcriptional Program Governing the Proteome of the Green Alga Micromonas pusi.pdf (1.69 MB)
Walter JM, Coutinho FH, Dutilh BE, Swings J, Thompson FL, Thompson CC.  2017.  Ecogenomics and Taxonomy of Cyanobacteria Phylum. Frontiers in Microbiology. 8PDF icon Walter et al. - 2017 - Ecogenomics and Taxonomy of Cyanobacteria Phylum.pdf (6.96 MB)
Walker CE, Taylor AR, Langer G, Durak GM, Heath S, Probert I, Tyrrell T, Brownlee C, Wheeler GL.  2018.  The requirement for calcification differs between ecologically important coccolithophore species. New Phytologist. in pressPDF icon Walker et al. - 2018 - The requirement for calcification differs between ecologically important coccolithophore species.pdf (1.97 MB)
Walker JM, Marzec B, Lee RBY, Vodrazkova K, Day SJ, Tang CC, Rickaby REM, Nudelman F.  2019.  Polymorph Selectivity of Coccolith-Associated Polysaccharides from Gephyrocapsa Oceanica on Calcium Carbonate Formation In Vitro. Advanced Functional Materials. 29:1807168.PDF icon Walker et al. - 2019 - Polymorph Selectivity of Coccolith-Associated Polysaccharides from Gephyrocapsa Oceanica on Calcium Carbonate For.pdf (2.45 MB)