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What Limits Phytoplankton Growth. Oceanus, 35, 36-46. presented at the Fal.. (1992).
What Controls Phytoplankton Production in Nutrient-Rich Areas of the Open Sea - American-Society-of-Limnology-and-Oceanography Symposium - 22-24 February 1991 San-Marcos, California - Preface. Limnology and Oceanography, 36, U1507-U1511. presented at the Dec.. (1991).
Combination of 16s Ribosomal-Rna-Targeted Oligonucleotide Probes with Flow-Cytometry for Analyzing Mixed Microbial-Populations. Applied and Environmental Microbiology, 56, 1919-1925. presented at the Jun.. (1990).
A High-Sensitivity Flow Cytometer for Studying Picoplankton. Limnology and Oceanography, 35, 1164-1169. presented at the Jul.. (1990).
Pigments, Size, and Distribution of Synechococcus in the North-Atlantic and Pacific Oceans. Limnology and Oceanography, 35, 45-58. presented at the Jan.. (1990).
Relationship between DNA-Cycle and Growth-Rate in Synechococcus Sp Strain Pcc6301. Journal of Bacteriology, 172, 2313-2319. presented at the May.. (1990).
Role of Light and the Cell-Cycle on the Induction of Spermatogenesis in a Centric Diatom. Journal of Phycology, 26, 470-478. presented at the Sep.. (1990).
Silicon Availability and Cell-Cycle Progression in Marine Diatoms. Marine Ecology Progress Series, 67, 83-96. presented at the Sep.. (1990).
Spatial and Temporal Distributions of Prochlorophyte Picoplankton in the North-Atlantic Ocean. Deep-Sea Research Part a-Oceanographic Research Papers, 37, 1033-1051. presented at the Jun. doi:10.1016/0198-0149(90)90109-9. (1990).
Change in Photosynthetic Capacity over the Cell-Cycle in Light Dark-Synchronized Amphidinium-Carteri Is Due Solely to the Photocycle. Plant Physiology, 91, 999-1005. presented at the Nov.. (1989).