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    1. Kojima, E
      Perspective of the relationship between hydrodynamics and reactor performance in bubble column and airlift bioreactors

      KAGAKU KOGAKU RONBUNSHU
    2. Park, MO; Tanabe, M; Hirata, K; Miyamoto, K
      Isolation and characterization of a bacterium that produces hydrocarbons extracellularly which are equivalent to light oil

      APPLIED MICROBIOLOGY AND BIOTECHNOLOGY
    3. Bajc, S; Ambles, A; Largeau, C; Derenne, S; Vitorovic, D
      Precursor biostructures in kerogen matrix revealed by oxidative degradation: oxidation of kerogen from Estonian kukersite

      ORGANIC GEOCHEMISTRY
    4. Riboulleau, A; Derenne, S; Largeau, C; Baudin, F
      Origin of contrasting features and preservation pathways in kerogens from the Kashpir oil shales (Upper Jurassic, Russian Platform)

      ORGANIC GEOCHEMISTRY
    5. Knicker, H; Hatcher, PG
      Sequestration of organic nitrogen in the sapropel from Mangrove Lake, Bermuda

      ORGANIC GEOCHEMISTRY
    6. Audino, M; Grice, K; Alexander, R; Kagi, RI
      Macrocyclic-alkanes: a new class of biomarker

      ORGANIC GEOCHEMISTRY
    7. Deniau, I; Derenne, S; Beaucaire, C; Pitsch, H; Largeau, C
      Morphological and chemical features of a kerogen from the underground Mol laboratory (Boom Clay Formation, Oligocene, Belgium): structure, source organisms and formation pathways

      ORGANIC GEOCHEMISTRY
    8. Pancost, RD; Telnaes, N; Damste, JSS
      Carbon isotopic composition of an isoprenoid-rich oil and its potential source rock

      ORGANIC GEOCHEMISTRY
    9. Sim, SJ; An, JY; Kim, BW
      Two-phase extraction culture of Botryococcus braunii producing long-chain unsaturated hydrocarbons

      BIOTECHNOLOGY LETTERS
    10. Oh, HM; Lee, SJ; Park, MH; Kim, HS; Kim, HC; Yoon, JH; Kwon, GS; Yoon, BD
      Harvesting of Chlorella vulgaris using a bioflocculant from Paenibacillus sp AM49

      BIOTECHNOLOGY LETTERS
    11. Derenne, S; Largeau, C
      A review of some important families of refractory macromolecules: Composition, origin, and fate in soils and sediments

      SOIL SCIENCE
    12. Kalacheva, GS; Zhila, NO; Volova, TG
      Lipids of the green alga Botryococcus cultured in a batch mode

      MICROBIOLOGY
    13. Blokker, P; van Bergen, P; Pancost, R; Collinson, ME; de Leeuw, JW; Damste, JSS
      The chemical structure of Gloeocapsomorpha prisca microfossils: Implications for their origin

      GEOCHIMICA ET COSMOCHIMICA ACTA
    14. Guo, SH
      Structural characterization of Maoming oil shale kerogen

      OIL SHALE
    15. Derenne, S; Largeau, C; Brukner-Wein, A; Hetenyi, M; Bardoux, G; Mariotti, A
      Origin of variations in organic matter abundance and composition in a lithologically homogeneous maar-type oil shale deposit (Gerce, Pliocene, Hungary)

      ORGANIC GEOCHEMISTRY
    16. Zegouagh, Y; Derenne, S; Largeau, C; Saliot, A
      A geochemical investigation of carboxylic acids released via sequential treatments of two surficial sediments from the Changjiang delta and East China Sea

      ORGANIC GEOCHEMISTRY
    17. Gobe, V; Lemee, L; Ambles, A
      Structure elucidation of soil macromolecular lipids by preparative pyrolysis and thermochemolysis

      ORGANIC GEOCHEMISTRY
    18. Bourdon, S; Laggoun-Defarge, F; Disnar, JR; Maman, O; Guillet, B; Derenne, S; Largeau, C
      Organic matter sources and early diagenetic degradation in a tropical peaty marsh (Tritrivakely, Madagascar). Implications for environmental reconstruction during the Sub-Atlantic

      ORGANIC GEOCHEMISTRY
    19. Brukner-Wein, A; Sajgo, C; Hetenyi, M
      Comparison of Pliocene organic-rich lacustrine sediments in twin craters

      ORGANIC GEOCHEMISTRY
    20. Salmon, V; Derenne, S; Lallier-Verges, E; Largeau, C; Beaudoin, B
      Protection of organic matter by mineral matrix in a Cenomanian black shale

      ORGANIC GEOCHEMISTRY
    21. Riboulleau, A; Derenne, S; Sarret, G; Largeau, C; Baudin, F; Connan, J
      Pyrolytic and spectroscopic study of a sulphur-rich kerogen from the "Kashpir oil shales" (Upper Jurassic, Russian platform)

      ORGANIC GEOCHEMISTRY
    22. Hedges, JI; Eglinton, G; Hatcher, PG; Kirchman, DL; Arnosti, C; Derenne, S; Evershed, RP; Kogel-Knabner, I; de Leeuw, JW; Littke, R; Michaelis, W; Rullkotter, J
      The molecularly-uncharacterized component of nonliving organic matter in natural environments

      ORGANIC GEOCHEMISTRY
    23. Arouri, KR; Greenwood, PF; Walter, MR
      Biological affinities of Neoproterozoic acritarchs from Australia: microscopic and chemical characterisation

      ORGANIC GEOCHEMISTRY
    24. Allard, B; Templier, J
      Comparison of neutral lipid profile of various trilaminar outer cell wall (TLS)-containing microalgae with emphasis on algaenan occurrence

      PHYTOCHEMISTRY
    25. Rager, MN; Metzger, P
      Six novel tetraterpenoid ethers, lycopanerols B-G, and some other constituents from the green microalga Botryococcus braunii

      PHYTOCHEMISTRY
    26. Blokker, P; Schouten, S; de Leeuw, JW; Damste, JSS; van den Ende, H
      A comparative study of fossil and extant algaenans using ruthenium tetroxide degradation

      GEOCHIMICA ET COSMOCHIMICA ACTA
    27. Schneider-Belhaddad, F; Kolattukudy, P
      Solubilization, partial purification, and characterization of a fatty aldehyde decarbonylase from a higher plant, Pisum sativum

      ARCHIVES OF BIOCHEMISTRY AND BIOPHYSICS
    28. Okada, S; Devarenne, TP; Chappell, J
      Molecular characterization of squalene synthase from the green microalga Botryococcus braunii, race B

      ARCHIVES OF BIOCHEMISTRY AND BIOPHYSICS
    29. Kojima, E; Zhang, K
      Growth and hydrocarbon production of microalga Botryococcus braunii in bubble column photobioreactors

      JOURNAL OF BIOSCIENCE AND BIOENGINEERING
    30. Sawayama, S; Minowa, T; Yokoyama, SY
      Possibility of renewable energy production and CO2 mitigation by thermochemical liquefaction of microalgae

      BIOMASS & BIOENERGY
    31. Han, ZW; Kruge, MA
      Classification of torbanite and cannel coal II. Insights from pyrolysis-GC/MS and multivariate statistical analysis

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF COAL GEOLOGY
    32. Ellis, L; Fisher, SJ; Singh, RK; Alexander, R; Kagi, RI
      Identification of alkenylbenzenes in pyrolyzates using GC-MS and GC-FTIR techniques: evidence for kerogen aromatic moieties with various binding sites

      ORGANIC GEOCHEMISTRY
    33. Gelin, F; Volkman, JK; Largeau, C; Derenne, S; Damste, JSS; De Leeuw, JW
      Distribution of aliphatic, nonhydrolyzable biopolymers in marine microalgae

      ORGANIC GEOCHEMISTRY
    34. Han, ZW; Kruge, MA
      Chemistry of maceral and groundmass density fractions of torbanite and cannel coal

      ORGANIC GEOCHEMISTRY
    35. Arouri, K; Greenwood, PF; Walter, MR
      A possible chlorophycean affinity of some Neoproterozoic acritarchs

      ORGANIC GEOCHEMISTRY
    36. Mercadante, AZ
      New carotenoids: recent progress

      PURE AND APPLIED CHEMISTRY
    37. Noguchi, T; Watanabe, H
      Brefeldin A effects on the trans-Golgi network and Golgi bodies in Botryococcus braunii are not uniform during the cell cycle

      PROTOPLASMA
    38. Burczyk, J; Smietana, B; Terminska-Pabis, K; Zych, M; Kowalowski, P
      Comparison of nitrogen content amino acid composition and glucosamine content of cell walls of various chlorococcalean algae

      PHYTOCHEMISTRY
    39. Bertheas, O; Metzger, P; Largeau, C
      A high molecular weight complex lipid, aliphatic polyaldehyde tetraterpenediol polyacetal from Botryococcus braunii (L race)

      PHYTOCHEMISTRY
    40. Vioque, J; Sirakova, T; Kolattukudy, PE
      The malate dehydrogenase gene from Botryococcus braunii (Chlorophyta, Chlorophyceae): Cloning, sequence analysis, and expression in Escherichia coli

      JOURNAL OF PHYCOLOGY
    41. Okada, S
      Production of useful hydrocarbons by microalgae

      NIPPON SUISAN GAKKAISHI
    42. Huang, YS; Street-Perrott, FA; Perrot, RA; Metzger, P; Eglinton, G
      Glacial-interglacial environmental changes inferred from molecular and compound-specific delta C-13 analyses of sediments from Sacred Lake, Mt. Kenya

      GEOCHIMICA ET COSMOCHIMICA ACTA
    43. VOLOVA TG; KALACHEVA GS; ZHILO NO; PLOTNIKOV VF
      PHYSIOLOGICAL AND BIOCHEMICAL-PROPERTIES OF THE ALGA BOTRYOCOCCUS-BRAUNII

      Russian journal of plant physiology
    44. Zhang, K; Kojima, E
      Effect of light intensity on colony size of microalga Botryococcus brauniiin bubble column photobioreactors

      JOURNAL OF FERMENTATION AND BIOENGINEERING
    45. TONEGAWA I; OKADA S; MURAKAMI M; YAMAGUCHI K
      PIGMENT COMPOSITION OF THE GREEN MICROALGA BOTRYOCOCCUS-BRAUNII KAWAGUCHI-1

      Fisheries science
    46. LEE GSH; BERKOVICH AJ; LEVY JH; YOUNG BR; WILSON MA
      REDUCTION OF MOLECULAR-MOTION OF POLYMETHYLENE IN OIL SHALES BY MINERAL MATTER

      Energy & fuels
    47. VOLOVA TG; KALACHEVA GS; ZHULINA NO; PLOTNIKOV VF
      STUDIES OF THE PHYSIOLOGICAL AND BIOCHEMICAL-PROPERTIES OF ALGAE BOTRIOCOCCUS-BRAUNII

      Doklady Akademii nauk. Rossijskaa akademia nauk
    48. PARK DH; RUY HW; LEE KY; KANG CH; KIM TH; LEE HY
      THE PRODUCTION OF HYDROCARBONS FROM PHOTOAUTOTROPHIC GROWTH OF DUNALIELLA-SALINA-1650

      Applied biochemistry and biotechnology
    49. Pal, D; Prakash, D; Amla, DV
      Chemical composition of the green alga Botryococcus braunii

      CRYPTOGAMIE ALGOLOGIE
    50. SAWAYAMA S; RAO KK; HALL DO
      NITRATE AND PHOSPHATE ION REMOVAL FROM WATER BY PHORMIDIUM-LAMINOSUM IMMOBILIZED ON HOLLOW FIBERS IN A PHOTOBIOREACTOR

      Applied microbiology and biotechnology
    51. ALLARD B; TEMPLIER J; LARGEAU C
      AN IMPROVED METHOD FOR THE ISOLATION OF ARTIFACT-FREE ALGAENANS FROM MICROALGAE

      Organic geochemistry
    52. KOKINOS JP; EGLINTON TI; GONI MA; BOON JJ; MARTOGLIO PA; ANDERSON DM
      CHARACTERIZATION OF A HIGHLY RESISTANT BIOMACROMOLECULAR MATERIAL IN THE CELL-WALL OF A MARINE DINOFLAGELLATE RESTING CYST

      Organic geochemistry
    53. HOLD IM; SCHOUTEN S; VANKAAMPETERS HME; DAMSTE JSS
      RECOGNITION OF N-ALKYL AND ISOPRENOID ALGAENANS IN MARINE-SEDIMENTS BY STABLE CARBON ISOTOPIC ANALYSIS OF PYROLYSIS PRODUCTS OF KEROGENS

      Organic geochemistry
    54. GRICE K; SCHOUTEN S; NISSENBAUM A; CHARRACH J; DAMSTE JSS
      A REMARKABLE PARADOX - SULFURISED FRESH-WATER ALGAL (BOTRYOCOCCUS-BRAUNII) LIPIDS IN AN ANCIENT HYPERSALINE EUXINIC ECOSYSTEM

      Organic geochemistry
    55. LOVE GD; SNAPE CE; FALLICK AE
      DIFFERENCES IN THE MODE OF INCORPORATION AND BIOGENICITY OF THE PRINCIPAL ALIPHATIC CONSTITUENTS OF A TYPE-I OIL-SHALE

      Organic geochemistry
    56. AUGRIS N; BALESDENT J; MARIOTTI A; DERENNE S; LARGEAU C
      STRUCTURE AND ORIGIN OF INSOLUBLE AND NONHYDROLYZABLE, ALIPHATIC ORGANIC-MATTER IN A FOREST SOIL

      Organic geochemistry
    57. Hold, IM; Brussee, NJ; Schouten, S; Damste, JSS
      Changes in the molecular structure of a Type II-S kerogen (Monterey Formation, USA) during sequential chemical degradation

      ORGANIC GEOCHEMISTRY
    58. Blokker, P; Schouten, S; Van den Ende, H; De Leeuw, JW; Hatcher, PG; Damste, JSS
      Chemical structure of algaenans from the fresh water algae Tetraedron minimum, Scenedesmus communis and Pediastrum boryanum

      ORGANIC GEOCHEMISTRY
    59. Grice, K; Schouten, S; Peters, KE; Damste, JSS
      Molecular isotopic characterisation of hydrocarbon biomarkers in Palaeocene-Eocene evaporitic, lacustrine source rocks from the Jianghan Basin, China

      ORGANIC GEOCHEMISTRY
    60. SCHOUTEN S; MOERKERKEN P; GELIN F; BAAS M; DELEEUW JW; DAMSTE JSS
      STRUCTURAL CHARACTERIZATION OF ALIPHATIC, NONHYDROLYZABLE BIOPOLYMERSIN FRESH-WATER ALGAE AND A LEAF CUTICLE USING RUTHENIUM TETROXIDE DEGRADATION

      Phytochemistry
    61. OKADA S; TONEGAWA I; MATSUDA H; MURAKAMI M; YAMAGUCHI K
      BOTRYOXANTHIN-B AND ALPHA-BOTRYOXANTHIN-A FROM THE GREEN MICROALGA BOTRYOCOCCUS-BRAUNII KAWAGUCHI-1

      Phytochemistry
    62. GUYOHLSON D
      THE USE OF THE MICROALGA BOTRYACOCCUS IN THE INTERPRETATION OF LACUSTRINE ENVIRONMENTS AT THE JURASSIC-CRETACEOUS TRANSITION IN SWEDEN

      Palaeogeography, palaeoclimatology, palaeoecology
    63. ABBOTT GD; EWBANK G; EDWARDS D; WANG GY
      MOLECULAR CHARACTERIZATION OF SOME ENIGMATIC LOWER DEVONIAN FOSSILS

      Geochimica et cosmochimica acta
    64. OKADA S; MURAKAMI M; YAMAGUCHI K
      CHARACTERIZATION OF HYDROCARBONS FROM THE YAYOI STRAIN OF THE GREEN MICROALGA BOTRYOCOCCUS-BRAUNII

      Phytochemical analysis
    65. KRUGE MA; LANDAIS P; BENSLEY DF; STANKIEWICZ BA; ELIE M; RUAU O
      SEPARATION AND ARTIFICIAL MATURATION OF MACERALS FROM TYPE-II KEROGEN

      Energy & fuels
    66. OKADA S; MURAKAMI M; YAMAGUCHI K
      HYDROCARBON PRODUCTION BY THE YAYOI, A NEW STRAIN OF THE GREEN MICROALGA BOTRYOCOCCUS-BRAUNII

      Applied biochemistry and biotechnology
    67. BOUSSAFIR M; LALLIERVERGES E
      ACCUMULATION OF ORGANIC-MATTER IN THE KIMMERIDGE CLAY FORMATION (KCF)- AN UPDATE FOSSILIZATION MODEL FOR MARINE PETROLEUM SOURCE-ROCKS

      Marine and petroleum geology
    68. MOSLE B; FINCH P; COLLINSON ME; SCOTT AC
      COMPARISON OF MODERN AND FOSSIL PLANT CUTICLES BY SELECTIVE CHEMICAL-EXTRACTION MONITORED BY FLASH PYROLYSIS-GAS CHROMATOGRAPHY MASS-SPECTROMETRY AND ELECTRON-MICROSCOPY

      Journal of analytical and applied pyrolysis
    69. SALMON V; DERENNE S; LARGEAU C; BEAUDOIN B; BARDOUX G; MARIOTTI A
      KEROGEN CHEMICAL-STRUCTURE AND SOURCE ORGANISMS IN A CENOMANIAN ORGANIC-RICH BLACK SHALE (CENTRAL ITALY) - INDICATIONS FOR AN IMPORTANT ROLE OF THE SORPTIVE PROTECTION PATHWAY

      Organic geochemistry
    70. GELIN F; BOOGERS I; NOORDELOOS AAM; DAMSTE JSS; RIEGMAN R; DELEEUW JW
      RESISTANT BIOMACROMOLECULES IN MARINE MICROALGAE OF THE CLASSES EUSTIGMATOPHYCEAE AND CHLOROPHYCEAE - GEOCHEMICAL IMPLICATIONS

      Organic geochemistry
    71. ALLARD B; TEMPLIER J; LARGEAU C
      ARTIFACTUAL ORIGIN OF MYCOBACTERIAL BACTERAN - FORMATION OF MELANOIDIN-LIKE ARTIFACT MACROMOLECULAR MATERIAL DURING THE USUAL ISOLATION PROCESS

      Organic geochemistry
    72. DESSORT D; CONNAN J; DERENNE S; LARGEAU C
      COMPARATIVE-STUDIES OF THE KINETIC-PARAMETERS OF VARIOUS ALGAENANS AND KEROGENS VIA OPEN-SYSTEM PYROLYSES

      Organic geochemistry
    73. METZGER P; POUET Y; SUMMONS R
      CHEMOTAXONOMIC EVIDENCE FOR THE SIMILARITY BETWEEN BOTRYOCOCCUS-BRAUNII L RACE AND BOTRYOCOCCUS-NEGLECTUS

      Phytochemistry
    74. DELAHAIS V; METZGER P
      4 POLYMETHYLSQUALENE EPOXIDES AND ONE ACYCLIC TETRATERPENE EPOXIDE FROM BOTRYOCOCCUS-BRAUNII

      Phytochemistry
    75. KOOPMANS MP; SCHAEFFERREISS C; DELEEUW JW; LEWAN MD; MAXWELL JR; SCHAEFFER P; DAMSTE JSS
      SULFUR AND OXYGEN SEQUESTRATION OF N-C-37 AND N-C-38 UNSATURATED-KETONES IN AN IMMATURE KEROGEN AND THE RELEASE OF THEIR CARBON SKELETONS DURING EARLY STAGES OF THERMAL MATURATION

      Geochimica et cosmochimica acta
    76. VIOQUE J; KOLATTUKUDY PE
      RESOLUTION AND PURIFICATION OF AN ALDEHYDE-GENERATING AND AN ALCOHOL-GENERATING FATTY ACYL-COA REDUCTASE FROM PEA LEAVES (PISUM-SATIVUM L)

      Archives of biochemistry and biophysics
    77. YAMAGUCHI K
      RECENT ADVANCES IN MICROALGAL BIOSCIENCE IN JAPAN, WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO UTILIZATION OF BIOMASS AND METABOLITES - A REVIEW

      Journal of applied phycology
    78. KOOPMANS MP; DELEEUW JW; LEWAN MD; DAMSTE JSS
      IMPACT OF DIAGENESIS AND CATAGENESIS ON SULFUR AND OXYGEN SEQUESTRATION OF BIOMARKERS AS REVEALED BY ARTIFICIAL MATURATION OF AN IMMATURE SEDIMENTARY-ROCK

      Organic geochemistry
    79. AFI L; METZGER P; LARGEAU C; CONNAN J; BERKALOFF C; ROUSSEAU B
      BACTERIAL-DEGRADATION OF GREEN MICROALGAE - INCUBATION OF CHLORELLA-EMERSONII AND CHLORELLA-VULGARIS WITH PSEUDOMONAS-OLEOVORANS AND FLAVOBACTERIUM-AQUATILE

      Organic geochemistry
    80. ZEGOUAGH Y; DERENNE S; LARGEAU C; SALIOT A
      ORGANIC-MATTER SOURCES AND EARLY DIAGENETIC ALTERATIONS IN ARCTIC SURFACE SEDIMENTS (LENA RIVER DELTA AND LAPTEV SEA, EASTERN SIBERIA) .1. ANALYSIS OF THE CARBOXYLIC-ACIDS RELEASED VIA SEQUENTIAL TREATMENTS

      Organic geochemistry
    81. DERENNE S; LARGEAU C; BERKALOFF C
      FIRST EXAMPLE OF AN ALGAENAN YIELDING AN AROMATIC-RICH PYROLYSATE - POSSIBLE GEOCHEMICAL IMPLICATIONS ON MARINE KEROGEN FORMATION

      Organic geochemistry
    82. MCKINNEY DE; BORTIATYNSKI JM; CARSON DM; CLIFFORD DJ; DELEEUW JW; HATCHER PG
      TETRAMETHYLAMMONIUM HYDROXIDE (TMAH) THERMOCHEMOLYSIS OF THE ALIPHATIC BIOPOLYMER CUTAN - INSIGHTS INTO THE CHEMICAL-STRUCTURE

      Organic geochemistry
    83. GILLAIZEAU B; DERENNE S; LARGEAU C; BERKALOFF C; ROUSSEAU B
      SOURCE ORGANISMS AND FORMATION PATHWAY OF THE KEROGEN OF THE GOYNUK OIL-SHALE (OLIGOCENE, TURKEY) AS REVEALED BY ELECTRON-MICROSCOPY, SPECTROSCOPY AND PYROLYSIS

      Organic geochemistry
    84. FISHER K; LARGEAU C; DERENNE S
      CAN OIL SHALES BE USED TO PRODUCE FULLERENES

      Organic geochemistry
    85. BORREGO AG; HAGEMANN HW; PRADO JG; GUILLEN MD; BLANCO CG
      COMPARATIVE PETROGRAPHIC AND GEOCHEMICAL STUDY OF THE PUERTOLLANO OIL-SHALE KEROGENS

      Organic geochemistry
    86. ELLIS L; LANGWORTHY TA; WINANS R
      OCCURRENCE OF PHENYLALKANES IN SOME AUSTRALIAN CRUDE OILS AND SEDIMENTS

      Organic geochemistry
    87. HUANG YS; MURRAY M; METZGER P; EGLINTON G
      NOVEL UNSATURATED TRITERPENOID HYDROCARBONS FROM SEDIMENTS OF SACRED-LAKE, MT-KENYA, KENYA

      Tetrahedron
    88. SAVAGE TJ; HRISTOVA MK; CROTEAU R
      EVIDENCE FOR AN ELONGATION REDUCTION/C1-ELIMINATION PATHWAY IN THE BIOSYNTHESIS OF N-HEPTANE IN XYLEM OF JEFFREY PINE/

      Plant physiology
    89. SAVAGE TJ; HAMILTON BS; CROTEAU R
      BIOCHEMISTRY OF SHORT-CHAIN ALKANES - TISSUE-SPECIFIC BIOSYNTHESIS OFN-HEPTANE IN PINUS-JEFFREYI

      Plant physiology
    90. PEULVE S; SICRE MA; SALIOT A; DELEEUW JW; BAAS M
      MOLECULAR CHARACTERIZATION OF SUSPENDED AND SEDIMENTARY ORGANIC-MATTER IN AN ARCTIC DELTA

      Limnology and oceanography
    91. CORRE G; TEMPLIER J; LARGEAU C; ROUSSEAU B; BERKALOFF C
      INFLUENCE OF CELL-WALL COMPOSITION ON THE RESISTANCE OF 2 CHLORELLA SPECIES (CHLOROPHYTA) TO DETERGENTS

      Journal of phycology
    92. ROKOSOV YV
      A NEW TREND IN EXPERIMENTAL ORGANIC GEOCH EMISTRY

      Geohimia
    93. GELIN F; BOOGERS I; NOORDELOOS AAM; DAMSTE JSS; HATCHER PG; DELEEUW JW
      NOVEL, RESISTANT MICROALGAL POLYETHERS - AN IMPORTANT SINK OF ORGANIC-CARBON IN THE MARINE-ENVIRONMENT

      Geochimica et cosmochimica acta
    94. THOMPSON GA
      LIPIDS AND MEMBRANE-FUNCTION IN GREEN-ALGAE

      Biochimica et biophysica acta, L. Lipids and lipid metabolism
    95. OKADA S; MURAKAMI M; YAMAGUCHI K
      HYDROCARBON COMPOSITION OF NEWLY ISOLATED STRAINS OF THE GREEN MICROALGA BOTRYOCOCCUS-BRAUNII

      Journal of applied phycology
    96. MENDES RL; COELHO JP; FERNANDES HL; MARRUCHO IJ; CABRAL JMS; NOVAIS JM; PALAVRA AF
      APPLICATIONS OF SUPERCRITICAL CO2 EXTRACTION TO MICROALGAE AND PLANTS

      Journal of chemical technology and biotechnology
    97. HARTGERS WA; DAMSTE JSS; DELEEUW JW
      CURIE-POINT PYROLYSIS OF SODIUM-SALTS OF FUNCTIONALIZED FATTY-ACIDS

      Journal of analytical and applied pyrolysis
    98. DOWLING LM; BOREHAM CJ; HOPE JM; MURRAY AP; SUMMONS RE
      CARBON ISOTOPIC COMPOSITION OF HYDROCARBONS IN OCEAN-TRANSPORTED BITUMENS FROM THE COASTLINE OF AUSTRALIA

      Organic geochemistry
    99. GELIN F; DAMSTE JSS; HARRISON WN; MAXWELL JR; DELEEUW JW
      MOLECULAR INDICATORS FOR PALEOENVIRONMENTAL CHANGE IN A MESSINIAN EVAPORITIC SEQUENCE (VENA DEL GESSO, ITALY) .3. STRATIGRAPHIC CHANGES IN THE MOLECULAR-STRUCTURE OF KEROGEN IN A SINGLE MARL BED AS REVEALED BYFLASH PYROLYSIS

      Organic geochemistry
    100. DELRIO JC; MARTIN F; GONZALEZVILA FJ; VERDEJO T
      CHEMICAL STRUCTURAL INVESTIGATION OF ASPHALTENES AND KEROGENS BY PYROLYSIS-METHYLATION

      Organic geochemistry


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