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Probert I, Fresnel J, Billard C, Geisen M, Young JR.  2007.  Light and electron microscope observations of Algirosphaera robusta (Prymnesiophyceae). Journal of Phycology. 43:319–332.PDF icon Probert et al_2007_Light and electron microscope observations of Algirosphaera robusta.pdf (1019.99 KB)
Probert I, Siano R, Poirier C, Decelle J, Biard T, Tuji A, Suzuki N, Not F.  2014.  Brandtodinium gen. nov. and B. nutricula comb. Nov. (Dinophyceae), a dinoflagellate commonly found in symbiosis with polycystine radiolarians. Journal of Phycology. 50:388–399.PDF icon Probert et al_2014_Brandtodinium gen.pdf (625.03 KB)
Potvin É, Jeong HJin, Kang NSeon, Noh JHoon, Yang EJin.  2015.  Morphology , molecular phylogeny , and pigment characterization of a novel phenotype of the dinoflagellate genus Pelagodinium from Korean waters. Algae. 30:183–195.PDF icon Potvin et al_2015_Morphology , molecular phylogeny , and pigment characterization of a novel.pdf (3.32 MB)
Pollard M., Hunsicker E., Platt M..  2020.  A tunable 3D printed microfluidic resistive pulse sensor for the characterisation of algae and microplastics. ChemRxiv. PDF icon Pollard et al_2020_A tunable 3D printed microfluidic resistive pulse sensor for the.pdf (916.35 KB)
Pollara SB, Becker JW, Nunn BL, Boiteau R, Repeta D, Mudge MC, Downing G, Chase D, Harvey EL, Whalen KE.  2021.  Bacterial Quorum-Sensing Signal Arrests Phytoplankton Cell Division and Impacts Virus-Induced Mortality. mSphere. 6:e00009–21,/msphere/6/3/mSph.00009–21.atom.PDF icon Pollara et al. - 2021 - Bacterial Quorum-Sensing Signal Arrests Phytoplank.pdf (1.49 MB)
Pittera J, Humily F, Thorel M, Grulois D, Garczarek L, Six C.  2014.  Connecting thermal physiology and latitudinal niche partitioning in marine Synechococcus. The ISME journal. 8:1221–1236.PDF icon Pittera et al_2014_Connecting thermal physiology and latitudinal niche partitioning in marine.pdf (1.62 MB)
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 et al_2017_Adaptive thermostability of light-harvesting complexes in marine.pdf (2.07 MB)
Piganeau G, Moreau H.  2007.  Screening the Sargasso Sea metagenome for data to investigate genome evolution in Ostreococcus (Prasinophyceae, Chlorophyta). Gene. 406:184–190.
Pierre G, Delattre C, Dubessay P, Jubeau S, Vialleix C, Cadoret J-P, Probert I, Michaud P.  2019.  What is in store for EPS microalgae in the next decade? Molecules. 24:4296.PDF icon Pierre et al_2019_What is in store for EPS microalgae in the next decade.pdf (1.75 MB)
Piedade GJ, Wesdorp EM, Borbolla EMontenegro, Maat DS.  2018.  Influence of irradiance and temperature on the virus MpoV - 45T infecting the arctic picophytoplankter micromonas polaris. Viruses. :1–17.PDF icon Piedade et al_2018_Influence of irradiance and temperature on the virus MpoV ‐ 45T infecting the.pdf (3.47 MB)
Perez-Sepulveda B, Pitt F, N'Guyen ANgoc, Ratin M, Garczarek L, Millard A, Scanlan DJ.  2018.  Relative stability of ploidy in a marine Synechococcus across various growth conditions. Environmental Microbiology Reports. :inpress.PDF icon Perez-Sepulveda et al_2018_Relative stability of ploidy in a marine Synechococcus across various growth.pdf (198.7 KB)
Percopo I, Ruggiero MValeria, Balzano S, Gourvil P, Lundholm N, Siano R, Tammilehto A, Vaulot D, Sarno D.  2016.  Pseudo-nitzschia arctica sp. nov., a new cold-water cryptic Pseudo-nitzschia species within the P. pseudodelicatissima complex. Journal of Phycology. 52:184–199.PDF icon Percopo et al_2016_Pseudo-nitzschia arctica sp.pdf (771.04 KB)
Partensky F, Hoepffner N, Li WKW, Ulloa O, Vaulot D.  1993.  Photoacclimation of Prochlorococcus sp. (Prochlorophyta) strains isolated from the North Atlantic and the Mediterranean Sea. Plant Physiology. 101:295–296.PDF icon Partensky et al_1993_Photoacclimation of Prochlorococcus sp.pdf (1.16 MB)
Partensky F, Six C, Ratin M, Garczarek L, Vaulot D, Probert I, Calteau A, Gourvil P, Marie D, Grébert T et al..  2018.  A novel species of the marine cyanobacterium Acaryochloris with a unique pigment content and lifestyle. Scientific Reports. 8:9142.PDF icon Partensky et al. - A novel species of the marine cyanobacterium Acaryochloris with a unique pigment content and lifestyle.pdf (5.32 MB)
Partensky F, Mella-Flores D, Six C, Garczarek L, Czjzek M, Marie D, Kotabová E, Felcmanová K, Prášil O.  2018.  Comparison of photosynthetic performances of marine picocyanobacteria with different configurations of the oxygen-evolving complex. Photosynthesis Research. 138:57–71.PDF icon Partensky et al_2018_Comparison of photosynthetic performances of marine picocyanobacteria with.pdf (2.83 MB)
Parks M, Nakov T, Ruck E, Wickett NJ, Alverson AJ, Rice AL, Conservation P, Botanic C, Glencoe G.  2017.  Phylogenomics reveals an extensive history of genome duplication in diatoms (Bacillariophyta). American Journal of Botany. 105:1–18.PDF icon Parks et al_2017_Phylogenomics reveals an extensive history of genome duplication in diatoms.pdf (1.23 MB)
Paredes E, Ward A, Probert I, Gouhier L, Campbell CN.  2021.  Cryopreservation of algae. Cryopreservation and freeze-drying protocols. 2180:607–621.PDF icon Paredes et al_2021_Cryopreservation of algae.pdf (554.86 KB)
Pan YJu, Déposé E, Souissi A, Hénard S, Schaadt M, Mastro E, Souissi S.  2020.  Assessments of first feeding protocols on the larviculture of California grunion Leuresthes tenuis (Osteichthyes: Atherinopsidae). Aquaculture Research. 51:3054–3058.
Palenik B, Brahamsha B, Larimer FW, Land M, Hauser L, Chain P, Lamerdin J, Regala W, Allen EE, McCarren J et al..  2003.  The genome of a motile marine Synechococcus. Nature. 424:1037–1042.PDF icon Palenik et al_2006_Genome sequence of Synechococcus CC9311.pdf (1.16 MB)
Palenik B, Ren Q, Dupont CL, Myers GS, Heidelberg JF, Badger JH, Madupu R, Nelson WC, Brinkac LM, Dodson RJ et al..  2006.  Genome sequence of Synechococcus CC9311: Insights into adaptation to a coastal environment. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 103:13555–13559.
Palenik B, Grimwood J, Aerts A, Rouzé P, Salamov A, Putnam N, Dupont C, Jorgensen R, Derelle E, Rombauts S et al..  2007.  The tiny eukaryote \textit{Ostreococcus provides genomic insights into the paradox of plankton speciation. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 104:7705–7710.
Palenik B, Ren Q, Dupont CL, Myers GS, Heidelberg JF, Badger JH, Madupu R, Nelson WC, Brinkac LM, Dodson RJ et al..  2006.  Genome sequence of Synechococcus CC9311: Insights into adaptation to a coastal environment. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. 103:13555–13559.PDF icon Palenik et al_2006_Genome sequence of Synechococcus CC9311.pdf (1.16 MB)
Palacio AS, Cabello AMaría, García FC, Labban A, Morán XAnxelu G, Garczarek L, Alonso-Sáez L, López-Urrutia Á.  2020.  Changes in population age-structure obscure the temperature-size rule in marine cyanobacteria. Frontiers in Microbiology. 11:2059.PDF icon Palacio et al_2020_Changes in population age-structure obscure the temperature-size rule in marine.pdf (1.72 MB)
Paerl RW, Bouget F-Y, Lozano J-C, Vergé V, Schatt P, Allen EE, Palenik B, Azam F.  2017.  Use of plankton-derived vitamin B1 precursors, especially thiazole-related precursor, by key marine picoeukaryotic phytoplankton. The ISME Journal. 11:753–765.PDF icon Paerl et al_2017_Use of plankton-derived vitamin B1 precursors, especially thiazole-related.pdf (2.16 MB)
Paerl RW, Bertrand EM, Rowland E, Schatt P, Mehiri M, Niehaus TD, Hanson AD, Riemann L, Yves-Bouget F.  2018.  Carboxythiazole is a key microbial nutrient currency and critical component of thiamin biosynthesis. Scientific Reports. 8:5940.PDF icon Paerl et al_2018_Carboxythiazole is a key microbial nutrient currency and critical component of.pdf (1.9 MB)