2007

Phaeocystis, major link in the biogeochemical cycling of climate-relevant elements

ISBN: 978-1-4020-6213-1 (Print) 978-1-4020-6214-8 (Online)

Table of contents (21 chapters)

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  1. Front Matter

    Pages I-XI

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    Introduction

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    Pages 3-18

    A taxonomic review of the genus Phaeocystis

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    Pages 19-27

    Methods used to reveal genetic diversity in the colony-forming prymnesiophytes Phaeocystis antarctica, P. globosa and P. pouchetii—preliminary results

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    Pages 29-47

    The life cycle of Phaeocystis: state of knowledge and presumptive role in ecology

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    Pages 49-60

    Phaeocystis colony distribution in the North Atlantic Ocean since 1948, and interpretation of long-term changes in the Phaeocystis hotspot in the North Sea

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    Pages 61-70

    Photosynthetic responses in Phaeocystis antarctica towards varying light and iron conditions

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    Pages 71-81

    Effects of iron concentration on pigment composition in Phaeocystis antarctica grown at low irradiance

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    Pages 83-97

    Evidence for high iron requirements of colonial Phaeocystis antarctica at low irradiance

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    Pages 99-118

    The carbohydrates of Phaeocystis and their degradation in the microbial food web

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    Pages 119-135

    The role of iron in the bacterial degradation of organic matter derived from Phaeocystis antarctica

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    Pages 137-145

    The colonization of two Phaeocystis species (Prymnesiophyceae) by pennate diatoms and other protists: a significant contribution to colony biomass

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    Pages 147-172

    Zooplankton grazing on Phaeocystis: a quantitative review and future challenges

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    Pages 173-188

    The influence of Phaeocystis globosa on microscale spatial patterns of chlorophyll a and bulk-phase seawater viscosity

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    Pages 189-200

    Haemolytic activity of live Phaeocystis pouchetii during mesocosm blooms

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    Pages 201-215

    Phaeocystis and its interaction with viruses

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    Pages 217-234

    Does Phaeocystis spp. contribute significantly to vertical export of organic carbon?

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    Pages 235-244

    Vernal sedimentation trends in north Norwegian fjords: temporary anomaly in 234Th particulate fluxes related to Phaeocystis pouchetii proliferation

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    Pages 245-275

    Environmental constraints on the production and removal of the climatically active gas dimethylsulphide (DMS) and implications for ecosystem modelling

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    Pages 277-292

    Variability in abundance and fluxes of dimethyl sulphide in the Indian Ocean

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    Pages 293-309

    Gaining integrated understanding of Phaeocystis spp. (Prymnesiophyceae) through model-driven laboratory and mesocosm studies

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