Thalassiosira oceanica

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New daughter set created every three weeks

Daughter set……….…42umol quanta m-2 s-1

Mother set………….…17umol quanta m-2 s-1

Grandmother set….…16umol quanta m-2 s-1


Light backscattering properties of marine phytoplankton: relationships to cell size, chemical composition and taxonomy (

High variability in cellular stoichiometry of carbon, nitrogen, and phosphorus within classes of marine eukaryotic phytoplankton under sufficient nutrient concentrations (

Zinc isotope fractionation during high-affinity and low-affinity zinc transport by the marine diatom Thalassiosira oceanica (

Genetic indicators of iron limitation in wild populations of Thalassiosira oceanica from the northeast Pacific Ocean (

Influence of algal iron content on the assimilation and fate of iron and carbon in a marine copepod (

A re-investigation of Sarcinochrysis marina (Sarcinochrysidales, Pelagophyceae) from its type locality and the descriptions of Arachnochrysis, Pelagospilus, Sargassococcus and Sungminbooa genera nov. (

Preferential utilization of inorganic polyphosphate over other bioavailable phosphorus sources by the model diatoms Thalassiosira spp. (

Thalassiosira spp. community composition shifts in response to chemical and physical forcing in the northeast Pacific Ocean (

Effect of acidification on preservation of DMSP in seawater and phytoplankton cultures: Evidence for rapid loss and cleavage of DMSP in samples containing Phaeocystis sp (

Dissolved organic phosphorus utilization by phytoplankton reveals preferential degradation of polyphosphates over phosphomonoesters (

Efficiency of the CO2-concentrating mechanism of diatoms (

The decomposition of hydrogen peroxide by marine phytoplankton (

A role for manganese in superoxide dismutases and growth of iron deficient diatoms (

Copper requirements for iron acquisition and growth of coastal ad oceanic diatoms (

Abundance of amino sugars and peptidoglycan in marine particulate and dissolved organic matter (

Characterization of sulfate assimilation in marine algae focusing on the enzyme 5'-Adenylylsulfate reductase (

Major bacterial contribution to the ocean reservoir of detrital organic carbon and nitrogen (

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