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2020
Avrahami Y, Frada MJ.  2020.  Detection of phagotrophy in the marine phytoplankton group of the coccolithophores (calcihaptophycidae, haptophyta) during Nutrient-replete and Phosphate-limited growth. Journal of Phycology. :jpy.12997.PDF icon Avrahami_Frada_2020_Detection of phagotrophy in the marine phytoplankton group of the.pdf (3.04 MB)
Connell PE, Ribalet F, Armbrust EV, White A, Caron DA.  2020.  Diel oscillations in the feeding activity of heterotrophic and mixotrophic nanoplankton in the North Pacific Subtropical Gyre. Aquatic Microbial Ecology. 85:167–181.PDF icon Connell et al_2020_Diel oscillations in the feeding activity of heterotrophic and mixotrophic.pdf (1.35 MB)
Wittek B, Carnat G, Delille B, Tison J-L, Gypens N.  2020.  Dimethylsulfoniopropionate (DMSP) and dimethylsulfoxide (DMSO) cell quotas variations arising from sea ice shifts of salinity and temperature in the Prymnesiophyceae Phaeocystis antarctica. Environmental Chemistry.
Altenburger A, Blossom HE, Garcia-Cuetos L., Jakobsen HH, Carstensen J, Lundholm N., Hansen P.J, Moestrup Ø., Haraguchi L..  2020.  Dimorphism in cryptophytes—The case of Teleaulax amphioxeia / Plagioselmis prolonga and its ecological implications. Science Advances. 6:eabb1611.PDF icon Altenburger et al_2020_Dimorphism in cryptophytes—The case of Teleaulax amphioxeia - Plagioselmis.pdf (1.43 MB)
Kayal E, Alves-de-Souza C, Farhat S, Velo-Suarez L, Monjol J, Szymczak J, Bigeard E, Marie D, Noel B, Porcel BM et al..  2020.  Dinoflagellate host chloroplasts and mitochondria remain functional during amoebophrya infection. Frontiers in Microbiology. 11:1–11.PDF icon Kayal et al_2020_Dinoflagellate host chloroplasts and mitochondria remain functional during.pdf (2.37 MB)
Fitzsimons MF, Probert I, Gaillard F, Rees AP.  2020.  Dissolved organic phosphorus uptake by marine phytoplankton is enhanced by the presence of dissolved organic nitrogen. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology. 530-531:151434.PDF icon Fitzsimons et al_2020_Dissolved organic phosphorus uptake by marine phytoplankton is enhanced by the.pdf (790.37 KB)
Arsenieff L, Le Gall F, Rigaut-jalabert F, Mahé F, Sarno D, Gouhier L, Baudoux A-claire, Simon N.  2020.  Diversity and dynamics of relevant nanoplanktonic diatoms in the Western English Channel. The ISME Journal. PDF icon Arsenieff et al. - Diversity and dynamics of relevant nanoplanktonic diatoms in the Western English Channel.pdf (5.5 MB)
Kuwata A, Saitoh K, Nakamura Y, Ichinomiya M, Sato N.  2020.  Draft whole-genome sequence of triparma laevis f. inornata (parmales, bolidophyceae), isolated from the oyashio region, western north pacific ocean. Microbiology Resource Announcements. 9:13–14.PDF icon Kuwata et al_2020_Draft whole-genome sequence of triparma laevis f.pdf (16 KB)
2017
Gutierrez-Rodriguez A, Pillet L, Biard T, Said-Ahmad W, Amrani A, Simó R, Not F.  2017.  Dimethylated sulfur compounds in symbiotic protists: A potentially significant source for marine DMS(P). Limnology and Oceanography. PDF icon Gutierrez-Rodriguez et al_2017_Dimethylated sulfur compounds in symbiotic protists.pdf (909.17 KB)
Organelli E, Nuccio C, Lazzara L, Uitz J, Bricaud A, Massi L.  2017.  On the discrimination of multiple phytoplankton groups from light absorption spectra of assemblages with mixed taxonomic composition and variable light conditions. Applied Optics. 56:3952.PDF icon Organelli et al_2017_On the discrimination of multiple phytoplankton groups from light absorption.pdf (1.68 MB)
Hennon GMM, Limón MDHernán, Haley ST, Juhl AR, Dyhrman ST.  2017.  Diverse CO2-Induced responses in physiology and gene expression among eukaryotic phytoplankton. Frontiers in Microbiology. 8:1–14.PDF icon Hennon et al_2017_Diverse CO2-Induced responses in physiology and gene expression among.pdf (1.95 MB)
Santos ALopes dos, Gourvil P, Tragin M, Noël M-H, Decelle J, Romac S, Vaulot D.  2017.  Diversity and oceanic distribution of prasinophytes clade VII, the dominant group of green algae in oceanic waters. The ISME Journal. 11:512–528.PDF icon Lopes dos Santos et al_2017_Diversity and oceanic distribution of prasinophytes clade VII, the dominant.pdf (2.6 MB)