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Fuller NJ, Marie D, Partensky F, Vaulot D, Post AF, Scanlan DJ.  2003.  Clade-specific 16S ribosomal DNA oligonucleotides reveal the predominance of a single marine Synechococcus clade throughout a stratified water column in the Red Sea. Applied and Environmental Microbiology. 69:2430–2443.PDF icon Fuller et al_2003_Clade-specific 16S ribosomal DNA oligonucleotides reveal the predominance of a.pdf (1.03 MB)
Fuller NJ, Campbell C, Allen DJ, Pitt FD, Le Gall F, Vaulot D, Scanlan DJ.  2006.  Analysis of photosynthetic picoeukaryote diversity at open ocean sites in the Arabian Sea using a PCR biased towards marine algal plastids. Aquatic Microbial Ecology. 43:79–93.PDF icon Fuller et al_2006_Analysis of photosynthetic picoeukaryote diversity at open ocean sites in the.pdf (427.42 KB)
Franklin DJ, Steinke M, Young J, Probert I, Malin G.  2010.  Dimethylsulphoniopropionate (DMSP), DMSP-lyase activity (DLA) and dimethylsulphide (DMS) in 10 species of coccolithophore. Marine Ecology-Progress Series. 410:13–23.PDF icon Franklin et al_2010_Dimethylsulphoniopropionate (DMSP), DMSP-lyase activity (DLA) and.pdf (682.88 KB)
Frada M, Probert I, Allen MJ, Wilson WH, de Vargas C.  2008.  The “Cheshire Cat” escape strategy of the coccolithophore Emiliania huxleyi in response to viral infection. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 105:15944–15949.PDF icon Frada et al_2008_The “Cheshire Cat” escape strategy of the coccolithophore Emiliania huxleyi in.pdf (886.03 KB)
Frada MJ, Bidle KD, Probert I, de Vargas C.  2012.  In situ survey of life cycle phases of the coccolithophore Emiliania huxleyi (Haptophyta). Environmental Microbiology. 14:1558–1569.PDF icon Frada et al_2012_In situ survey of life cycle phases of the coccolithophore Emiliania huxleyi.pdf (888.67 KB)
Frada M, Young J, Cachão M, Lino S, Martins A, Narciso Á, Probert I, de Vargas C.  2010.  A guide to extant coccolithophores (Calcihaptophycidae, Haptophyta) using light microscopy.. Journal of Nannoplankton Research. 31:58–112.PDF icon Frada et al_2010_A guide to extant coccolithophores (Calcihaptophycidae, Haptophyta) using light.pdf (2.52 MB)
Fox E, Meyer E, Panasiak N, Taylor AR.  2018.  Calcein staining as a tool to investigate coccolithophore calcification. Frontiers in Marine Science. 5PDF icon Fox et al_2018_Calcein staining as a tool to investigate coccolithophore calcification.pdf (2.53 MB)
Fountain SJ, Cao LS, Young MT, North RA.  2008.  Permeation properties of a P2X receptor in the green algae Ostreococcus tauri. Journal of Biological Chemistry. 283:15122–15126.PDF icon Fountain et al_2008_Permeation properties of a P2X receptor in the green algae Ostreococcus tauri.pdf (251.25 KB)
Foulon E, Not F, Jalabert F, Cariou T, Massana R, Simon N.  2008.  Ecological niche partitioning in the picoplanktonic green alga Micromonas pusilla: evidence from environmental surveys using phylogenetic probes. Environmental Microbiology. 10:2433–2443.PDF icon Foulon et al_2008_Ecological niche partitioning in the picoplanktonic green alga Micromonas.pdf (2.02 MB)
Foresi N, Correa-Aragunde N, Parisi G, Calo G, Salerno G, Lamattina L.  2010.  Characterization of a nitric oxide synthase from the plant kingdom: NO generation from the green alga Ostreococcus tauri is light irradiance and growth phase dependent. The Plant Cell. 22:3816–3830.PDF icon Foresi et al_2010_Characterization of a nitric oxide synthase from the plant kingdom.pdf (1.99 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)
Fischer R, HA G, Ptacnik R.  2017.  Identity of the limiting nutrient (N vs. P) affects the competitive success of mixotrophs. Marine Ecology Progress Series. 563:51–63.
Fischer R, Giebel H-A, Hillebrand H, Ptacnik R.  2017.  Importance of mixotrophic bacterivory can be predicted by light and loss rates. Oikos. 126:713–722.
Fiore CL, Alexander H, Soule MCKido, Kujawinski EB.  2018.  A phosphate starvation response gene (psr1-like) is present and expressed in Micromonas pusilla and other marine algae. bioRxiv. PDF icon Fiore et al_2018_A phosphate starvation response gene (psr1-like) is present and expressed in.pdf (666.41 KB)
Fernandes T, Cordeiro N.  2020.  Hemiselmis andersenii and chlorella stigmatophora as new sources of High-value compounds: A lipidomic approach. Journal of Phycology. :jpy.13042.
Fawley MW, Yun Y, Qin M.  2000.  Phylogenetic analyses of 18S rDNA sequences reveal a new coccoid lineage of the Prasinophyceae (Chlorophyta). Journal of Phycology. 36:387–393.PDF icon Fawley et al_2000_Phylogenetic analyses of 18S rDNA sequences reveal a new coccoid lineage of the.pdf (850.93 KB)
Farinas B, Mary C, Manes CLara De O, Bhaud Y, Peaucellier G, Moreau H.  2006.  Natural synchronisation for the study of cell division in the green unicellular alga Ostreococcus tauri. Plant Molecular Biology. 60:277–292.PDF icon Farinas et al_2006_Natural synchronisation for the study of cell division in the green unicellular.pdf (827.98 KB)
Farhat S, Le P, Kayal E, Noel B, Bigeard E, Corre E, Maumus F, Florent I, Alberti A, Aury J-M et al..  2021.  Rapid protein evolution, organellar reductions, and invasive intronic elements in the marine aerobic parasite dinoflagellate Amoebophrya spp.. BMC Biology. :1–21.PDF icon Farhat et al_2021_Rapid protein evolution, organellar reductions, and invasive intronic elements.pdf (2.01 MB)
Farhat S, Florent I, Noel B, Kayal E, Da Silva C, Bigeard E, Alberti A, Labadie K, Corre E, Aury J-M et al..  2018.  Comparative time-scale gene expression analysis highlights the infection processes of two amoebophrya strains. Frontiers in Microbiology. 9:1–19.PDF icon Farhat et al_2018_Comparative time-scale gene expression analysis highlights the infection.pdf (2.61 MB)