Thalassiosira weissflogii

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New daughter set created every three weeks

Daughter set……….…23umol quanta m-2 s-1

Mother set………….….40umol quanta m-2 s-1

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


Q: I have been maintaining CCMP1336 in small cultures in marine minimal media and L1 with a light/dark cycle of 8/16 with approx 30-50 umol m^-2 s^-1 of light and at ~18 °C. My cells seem to be losing their color and are mostly opaque now. When they arrived, they were mostly green. Do you have ideas how to get their pigment back.

A: We maintain cultures with a light/dark regime of 13/11 at ~100uM light. With the regime you are running the cultures may not be getting enough light.

Q: Do you agitate the cultures at all?

A: We do not agitate cultures unless we reach volumes greater than 20L, and then they are agitated with air through an inline filter.


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

The elemental composition of some marine phytoplankton (

Photosynthetic architecture differs in coastal and oceanic diatoms (

Uptake and subcellular distribution of aluminum in a marine diatom (

Growth of postlarval sea scallops, Placopecten magellanicus, on microalgal diets, with emphasis on the nutritional role of lipids and fatty acids

Comparison of early life history stages of the bay scallop, Argopecten irradians: Effects of microalgal diets on growth and biochemical composition (

Virus infection of Emiliania huxleyi deters grazing by the copepod Acartia tonsa (

Physiological adjustments and transcriptome reprogramming are involved in the acclimation to salinity gradients in diatoms (

Potential of lipid metabolism in marine diatoms for biofuel production (

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

A revised assessment of the most probable number (MPN) method for enumerating viable phytoplankton cells in ballast water discharge (

Ectoine from bacterial and algal origin is a compatible solute in microalgae (

Allelopathic inhibition of competing phytoplankton by North American strains of the toxic dinoflagellate, Alexandrium fundyense: Evidence from field experiments, laboratory experiments, and bloom events (

Effects of episodic turbulence on diatom mortality and physiology, with a protocol for the use of Evans Blue stain for live–dead determinations (

Efficiency of the CO2-concentrating mechanism of diatoms (

Best practices in the flow cytometry of microalgae (

Remineralization of bioavailable iron by a heterotrophic dinoflagellate (

A bacterium that inhibits the growth of Pfiesteria piscicida and other dinoflagellates (

Effects of the pH/pCO2 control method on medium chemistry and phytoplankton growth (

Ammonium uptake and growth limitation in marine phytoplankton (

Influence of low light and a light:dark cycle on NO3- uptake, intracellular NO3- and nitrogen isotope fractionation by marine phytoplankton (

Chitin in diatoms and its association with the cell wall (

Irradiance and the elemental stoichiometry of marine phytoplankton (

Growth inhibition and toxicity of the diatom aldehyde 2-trans, 4-trans-decadienal on Thalassiosira weissflogii (Bacillariophyceae) (

Supplementation of a diatom diet with cholesterol can enhance copepod egg-production rates (

Nickel limitation and zinc toxicity in a urea-grown diatom (

The effects of Cu and Fe availability on the growth and Cu:C ratios of marine diatoms (

Extracellular production of superoxide by marine diatoms: contrasting effects on iron redox chemistry and bioavailability (

Assay optimization and regulation of urease activity in two marine diatoms (

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 (

Lipid and fatty acid composition of diatoms revisited: rapid wound-activated change of food quality parameters influences herbivorous copepod reproductive success (

A stress surveillance system based on calcium and nitric oxide in marine diatoms (

Glutathione and other low molecular weight thiols in marine phytoplankton under metal stress (

Variation in diatom biochemical composition during a simulated bloom and its effect on copepod production (

Phylogenetic diversity in cadmium:phosphorus ratio regulation by marine phytoplankton (

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

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