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15-May-2006Bioavailability of iron sensed by a phytoplanktonic Fe-bioreporterHassler, CS; Twiss, MR
17-Mar-2014A neoproterozoic transition in the marine nitrogen cycleSánchez-Baracaldo, P; Ridgwell, A; Raven, JA
1-Jun-2017In Synechococcus sp. competition for energy between assimilation and acquisition of C and those of N only occurs when growth is light limitedRuan, Z; Raven, JA; Giordano, M
16-Jul-2010Chemoattraction to dimethylsulfoniopropionate throughout the marine microbial food webSeymour, JR; Simó, R; Ahmed, T; Stocker, R
5-Sep-2006Genome sequence of Synechococcus CC9311: Insights into adaptation to a coastal environmentPalenik, B; Ren, Q; Dupont, CL; Myers, GS; Heidelberg, JF; Badger, JH; Madupu, R; Nelson, WC; Brinkac, LM; Dodson, RJ; Durkin, AS; Daugherty, SC; Sullivan, SA; Khouri, H; Mohamoud, Y; Halpin, R; Paulsen, IT
1-Jan-2016In situ hydrogen dynamics in a hot spring microbial mat during a diel cycleRevsbech, NP; Trampe, E; Lichtenberg, M; Ward, DM; Kühl, M
1-Jul-2005Diel variations in carbon metabolism by green nonsulfur-like bacteria in alkaline siliceous hot spring microbial mats from Yellowstone National ParkVan Der Meer, MTJ; Schouten, S; Bateson, MM; Nübel, U; Wieland, A; Kühl, M; De Leeuw, JW; Damsté, JSS; Ward, DM
14-Feb-2006In situ analysis of nitrogen fixation and metabolic switching in unicellular thermophilic cyanobacteria inhabiting hot spring microbial matsSteunou, AS; Bhaya, D; Bateson, MM; Melendrez, MC; Ward, DM; Brecht, E; Peters, JW; Kühl, M; Grossman, AR
1-Feb-2011In situ dynamics of O2, pH and cyanobacterial transcripts associated with CCM, photosynthesis and detoxification of ROSJensen, SI; Steunou, AS; Bhaya, D; Kühl, M; Grossman, AR
1-Nov-2011Fine-scale distribution patterns of Synechococcus ecological diversity in microbial mats of mushroom spring, Yellowstone National ParkBecraft, ED; Cohan, FM; Kühl, M; Jensen, SI; Ward, DM
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