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    1. MATTHIESSEN J. et AL.
      Modern organic-walled dinoflagellate cysts in Arctic marina environments and their (paleo-) environmental significance

      Pälaontologische Zeitschrift
    2. ZONNEVELD,K.A.F. et Al.
      The (palaeo-) environmental significance of modern calcareous dinoflagellate cysts:a review

      Pälaontologische Zeitschrift
    3. KOHRING R.; GOTTSCHILING M.; KEUPP H.
      Examples for character traits and palaeoecological significance of calcareous dinoflagellates

      Pälaontologische Zeitschrift
    4. DI STASO Angelina & GIARDINO Salvatore
      Calcareous nannoplankton and dinoflagellate cyst integrated biostratigraphy in the Ljig area(Cental Vardar Zone,International Dinarides)

      Memorie della Societa Geologica Italiana
    5. Ten-Hage, L; Robillot, C; Turquet, J; Le Gall, F; Le Caer, JP; Bultel, V; Guyot, M; Molgo, J
      Effects of toxic extracts and purified borbotoxins from Prorocentrum borbonicum (Dinophyceae) on vertebrate neuromuscular junctions

      TOXICON
    6. DI STASO Angelida; GIARDINO Salvatore
      New integrate biostratigraphic data about the Saraceno formation(North Calabrian Unit;Southern Apennines)

      Bollettino della Societā Geologica Italiana
    7. Hiller, RG; Crossley, LG; Wrench, PM; Santucci, N; Hofmann, E
      The 15-kDa forms of the apo-peridinin-chlorophyll a protein (PCP) in dinoflagellates show high identity with the apo-32 kDa PCP forms, and have similar N-terminal leaders and gene arrangements

      MOLECULAR GENETICS AND GENOMICS
    8. Haselow, DT; Brown, E; Tracy, JK; Magnien, R; Grattan, LM; Morris, JG; Oldach, DW
      Gastrointestinal and respiratory tract symptoms following brief environmental exposure to aerosols during a pfiesteria-related fish kill

      JOURNAL OF TOXICOLOGY AND ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH-PART A
    9. Hudnell, HK; House, D; Schmid, J; Koltai, D; Stopford, W; Wilkins, J; Savitz, DA; Swinker, M; Music, S
      Human visual function in the North Carolina Clinical Study on possible estuary-associated syndrome

      JOURNAL OF TOXICOLOGY AND ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH-PART A
    10. Cox, JM; Rainier, JD
      C-glycosides to fused polycyclic ethers. An efficient entry into the A-D ring system of gambierol

      ORGANIC LETTERS
    11. Sakamoto, Y; Matsuo, G; Matsukura, H; Nakata, T
      Stereoselective syntheses of the C ' D ' E ' F '-ring system of maitotoxinand the FG-ring system of gambierol

      ORGANIC LETTERS
    12. BouzBouz, S; Cossy, J
      Chemoselective cross-metathesis reaction. Application to the synthesis of the C1-C14 fragment of amphidinol 3

      ORGANIC LETTERS
    13. Alavi, M; Miller, T; Erlandson, K; Schneider, R; Belas, R
      Bacterial community associated with Pfiesteria-like dinoflagellate cultures

      ENVIRONMENTAL MICROBIOLOGY
    14. Ponomarenko, LP; Kalinovsky, AI; Moiseenko, OP; Stonik, VA
      Free sterols from the holothurians Synapta maculata, Cladolabes bifurcatusand Cucumaria sp.

      COMPARATIVE BIOCHEMISTRY AND PHYSIOLOGY B-BIOCHEMISTRY & MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
    15. Van Dolah, FM; Roelke, D; Greene, RM
      Health and ecological impacts of harmful algal blooms: Risk assessment needs

      HUMAN AND ECOLOGICAL RISK ASSESSMENT
    16. Roelke, D; Buyukates, Y
      The diversity of harmful algal bloom-triggering mechanisms and the complexity of bloom initiation

      HUMAN AND ECOLOGICAL RISK ASSESSMENT
    17. Stumpf, RP
      Applications of satellite ocean color sensors for monitoring and predicting harmful algal blooms

      HUMAN AND ECOLOGICAL RISK ASSESSMENT
    18. Walsh, JJ; Penta, B; Dieterle, DA; Bissett, WP
      Predictive ecological modeling of harmful algal blooms

      HUMAN AND ECOLOGICAL RISK ASSESSMENT
    19. Stentiford, GD; Neil, DM; Atkinson, RJA
      The relationship of Hematodinium infection prevalence in a Scottish Nephrops norvegicus population to season, moulting and sex

      ICES JOURNAL OF MARINE SCIENCE
    20. Stentiford, GD; Neil, DM; Atkinson, RJA
      Alteration of burrow-related behaviour of the Norway lobster, Nephrops norvegicus during infection by the parasitic dinoflagellate Hematodinium

      MARINE AND FRESHWATER BEHAVIOUR AND PHYSIOLOGY
    21. Bian, LZ; Zhang, SC; Zhang, BM; Mao, SZ; Yin, LM
      A kind of coccoid dinoflagellates-like fossils gives a new explanation of source of dinosterane in the Early-Middle Cambrian

      CHINESE SCIENCE BULLETIN
    22. Lewis, J; Rochon, A; Ellegaard, M; Mudie, PJ; Harding, I
      The cyst-theca relationship of Bitectatodinium tepikiense (Dinophyceae)

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF PHYCOLOGY
    23. Mikalsen, G; Sejrup, HP; Aarseth, I
      Late-Holocene changes in ocean circulation and climate: foraminiferal and isotopic evidence from Sulafjord, western Norway

      HOLOCENE
    24. Coyne, KJ; Hutchins, DA; Hare, CE; Cary, SC
      Assessing temporal and spatial variability in Pfiesteria piscicida distributions using molecular probing techniques

      AQUATIC MICROBIAL ECOLOGY
    25. Strom, SL
      Light-aided digestion, grazing and growth in herbivorous protists

      AQUATIC MICROBIAL ECOLOGY
    26. Tarutani, K; Nagasaki, K; Itakura, S; Yamaguchi, M
      Isolation of a virus infecting the novel shellfish-killing dinoflagellate Heterocapsa circularisquama

      AQUATIC MICROBIAL ECOLOGY
    27. Okamoto, OK; Colepicolo, P
      Circadian protection against reactive oxygen species involves changes in daily levels of the manganese-and iron-containing superoxide dismutase isoforms in Lingulodinium polyedrum

      BIOLOGICAL RHYTHM RESEARCH
    28. Borsuk, M; Clemen, R; Maguire, L; Reckhow, K
      Stakeholder values and scientific modeling in the neuse river watershed

      GROUP DECISION AND NEGOTIATION
    29. Boessenkool, KP; Brinkhuis, H; Schonfeld, J; Targarona, J
      North Atlantic sea-surface temperature changes and the climate of western Iberia during the last deglaciation; a marine palynological approach

      GLOBAL AND PLANETARY CHANGE
    30. Maki, T; Imai, I
      Relationships between intracellular bacteria and the bivalve killer dinoflagellate Heterocapsa circularisquama (Dinophyceae)

      FISHERIES SCIENCE
    31. Marasigan, AN; Sato, S; Fukuyo, Y; Kodama, M
      Accumulation of a high level of diarrhetic shellfish toxins in the green mussel Perna viridis during a bloom of Dinophysis caudata and Dinophysis miles in Sapian Bay, Panay Island, the Philippines

      FISHERIES SCIENCE
    32. Suzuki, T; Mackenzie, L; Stirling, D; Adamson, J
      Conversion of pectenotoxin-2 to pectenotoxin-2 seco acid in the New Zealand scallop, Pecten novaezelandiae

      FISHERIES SCIENCE
    33. Ukena, T; Satake, M; Usami, M; Oshima, Y; Naoki, H; Fujita, T; Kan, Y; Yasumoto, T
      Structure elucidation of ostreocin D, a palytoxin analog isolated from thedinoflagellate Ostreopsis siamensis

      BIOSCIENCE BIOTECHNOLOGY AND BIOCHEMISTRY
    34. Vink, A; Ruhlemann, C; Zonneveld, KAF; Mulitza, S; Huls, M; Willems, H
      Shifts in the position of the North Equatorial Current and rapid productivity changes in the western Tropical Atlantic during the last glacial

      PALEOCEANOGRAPHY
    35. Campagna, C; Dignani, J; Blackwell, SB; Marin, MR
      Detecting bioluminescence with an irradiance time-depth recorder deployed on southern elephant seals

      MARINE MAMMAL SCIENCE
    36. Hastings, JW
      The Colin S. Pittendrigh Lecture - Presented at the Seventh Meeting of theSociety for Research on Biological Rhythms, Amelia Island, Florida, May 13, 2000 - Fifty years of fun

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL RHYTHMS
    37. Zhang, ZD; Cavalier-Smith, T; Green, BR
      A family of selfish minicircular chromosomes with jumbled chloroplast genefragments from a dinoflagellate

      MOLECULAR BIOLOGY AND EVOLUTION
    38. Hokama, Y; Yoshikawa-Ebesu, JSM
      Ciguatera fish poisoning: A foodborne disease

      JOURNAL OF TOXICOLOGY-TOXIN REVIEWS
    39. Pierce, RH; Kirkpatrick, GJ
      Innovative techniques for harmful algal toxin analysis

      ENVIRONMENTAL TOXICOLOGY AND CHEMISTRY
    40. Levac, E
      High resolution Holocene palynological record from the Scotian Shelf

      MARINE MICROPALEONTOLOGY
    41. McMinn, A; Howard, WR; Roberts, D
      Late Pliocene dinoflagellate cyst and diatom analysis from a high resolution sequence in DSDP Site 594, Chatham Rise, south west Pacific

      MARINE MICROPALEONTOLOGY
    42. Cho, HJ; Matsuoka, K
      Distribution of dinoflagellate cysts in surface sediments from the Yellow Sea and East China Sea

      MARINE MICROPALEONTOLOGY
    43. Mudie, PJ; Rochon, A
      Distribution of dinoflagellate cysts in the Canadian Arctic marine region

      JOURNAL OF QUATERNARY SCIENCE
    44. Head, MJ; Harland, R; Matthiessen, J
      Cold marine indicators of the late Quaternary: the new dinoflagellate cystgenus Islandinium and related morphotypes

      JOURNAL OF QUATERNARY SCIENCE
    45. Kunz-Pirrung, M
      Dinoflagellate cyst assemblages in surface sediments of the Laptev Sea region (Arctic Ocean) and their relationship to hydrographic conditions

      JOURNAL OF QUATERNARY SCIENCE
    46. Grosfjeld, K; Harland, R
      Distribution of modern dinoflagellate cysts from inshore areas along the coast of southern Norway

      JOURNAL OF QUATERNARY SCIENCE
    47. Boessenkool, KP; Van Gelder, MJ; Brinkhuis, H; Troelstra, SR
      Distribution of organic-walled dinoflagellate cysts in surface sediments from transects across the Polar Front offshore southeast Greenland

      JOURNAL OF QUATERNARY SCIENCE
    48. de Vernal, A; Henry, M; Matthiessen, J; Mudie, PJ; Rochon, A; Boessenkool, KP; Eynaud, F; Grosfjeld, K; Guiot, J; Hamel, D; Harland, R; Head, MJ; Kunz-Pirrung, M; Levac, E; Loucheur, V; Peyron, O; Pospelova, V; Radi, T; Turon, JL; Voronina, E
      Dinoflagellate cyst assemblages as tracers of sea-surface conditions in the northern North Atlantic, Arctic and sub-Arctic seas: the new 'n=677' database and its application for quantitative palaeoceanographic reconstruction

      JOURNAL OF QUATERNARY SCIENCE
    49. Peyron, O; De Vernal, A
      Application of artificial neural networks (ANN) to high-latitude dinocyst assemblages for the reconstruction of past sea-surface conditions in Arcticand sub-Arctic seas

      JOURNAL OF QUATERNARY SCIENCE
    50. Kunz-Pirrung, M; Matthiessen, J; De Vernal, A
      Late Holocene dinoflagellate cysts as indicators for short-term climate variability in the eastern Laptev Sea (Arctic Ocean)

      JOURNAL OF QUATERNARY SCIENCE
    51. Voronina, E; Polyak, L; De Vernal, A; Peyron, O
      Holocene variations of sea-surface conditions in the southeastern Barents Sea, reconstructed from dinoflagellate cyst assemblages

      JOURNAL OF QUATERNARY SCIENCE
    52. Matthiessen, J; Knies, J
      Dinoflagellate cyst evidence for warm interglacial conditions at the northern Barents Sea margin during marine oxygen isotope stage 5

      JOURNAL OF QUATERNARY SCIENCE
    53. Marret, F; De Vernal, A; Benderra, F; Harland, R
      Late Quaternary sea-surface conditions at DSDP Hole 594 in the southwest Pacific Ocean based on dinoflagellate cyst assemblages

      JOURNAL OF QUATERNARY SCIENCE
    54. Levac, E; De Vernal, A; Blake, W
      Sea-surface conditions in northernmost Baffin Bay during the Holocene: palynological evidence

      JOURNAL OF QUATERNARY SCIENCE
    55. Faulkner, DJ
      Marine natural products

      NATURAL PRODUCT REPORTS
    56. Dale, B
      The sedimentary record of dinoflagellate cysts: looking back into the future of phytoplankton blooms

      SCIENTIA MARINA
    57. Pottier, I; Vernoux, JP; Lewis, RJ
      Ciguatera fish poisoning in the Caribbean islands and western Atlantic

      REVIEWS OF ENVIRONMENTAL CONTAMINATION AND TOIXICOLGY
    58. Stentiford, GD; Neil, DM; Coombs, GH
      Development and application of an immunoassay diagnostic technique for studying Hematodinium infections in Nephrops norvegicus populations

      DISEASES OF AQUATIC ORGANISMS
    59. Benchimol, M; Ribeiro, KC; Mariante, RM; Alderete, JF
      Structure and division of the Golgi complex in Trichomonas vaginalis and Tritrichomonas foetus

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF CELL BIOLOGY
    60. Menden-Deuer, S; Lessard, EJ; Satterberg, J
      Effect of preservation on dinoflagellate and diatom cell volume and consequences for carbon biomass predictions

      MARINE ECOLOGY-PROGRESS SERIES
    61. Vila, M; Garces, E; Maso, M; Camp, J
      Is the distribution of the toxic dinoflagellate Alexandrium catenella expanding along the NW Mediterranean coast

      MARINE ECOLOGY-PROGRESS SERIES
    62. Schmidt, LE; Hansen, PJ
      Allelopathy in the prymnesiophyte Chrysochromulina polylepis: effect of cell concentration, growth phase and pH

      MARINE ECOLOGY-PROGRESS SERIES
    63. Liu, G; Janowitz, GS; Kamykowski, D
      Influence of environmental nutrient conditions on Gymnodinium breve (Dinophyceae) population dynamics: a numerical study

      MARINE ECOLOGY-PROGRESS SERIES
    64. Bauder, AG; Cembella, AD; Bricelj, VM; Quilliam, MA
      Uptake and fate of diarrhetic shellfish poisoning toxins from the dinoflagellate Prorocentrum lima in the bay scallop Argopecten irradians

      MARINE ECOLOGY-PROGRESS SERIES
    65. Garces, E; Maso, M
      Phytoplankton potential growth rate versus increase in cell numbers: estimation of cell lysis

      MARINE ECOLOGY-PROGRESS SERIES
    66. Liu, G; Janowitz, GS; Kamykowski, D
      A biophysical model of population dynamics of the autotrophic dinoflagellate Gymnodinium breve

      MARINE ECOLOGY-PROGRESS SERIES
    67. Hold, GL; Smith, EA; Rappe, MS; Maas, EW; Moore, ERB; Stroempl, C; Stephen, JR; Prosser, JI; Birkbeck, TH; Gallacher, S
      Characterisation of bacterial communities associated with toxic and non-toxic dinoflagellates: Alexandrium spp. and Scrippsiella trochoidea

      FEMS MICROBIOLOGY ECOLOGY
    68. Hold, GL; Smith, EA; Birkbeck, TH; Gallacher, S
      Comparison of paralytic shellfish toxin (PST) production by the dinoflagellates Alexandrium lusitanicum NEPCC 253 and Alexandrium tamarense NEPCC 407in the presence and absence of bacteria

      FEMS MICROBIOLOGY ECOLOGY
    69. Hu, TM; Burton, IW; Cembella, AD; Curtis, JM; Quilliam, MA; Walter, JA; Wright, JLC
      Characterization of spirolides A, C, and 13-desmethyl C, new marine toxinsisolated from toxic plankton and contaminated shellfish

      JOURNAL OF NATURAL PRODUCTS
    70. Macedo, MF; Duarte, P; Mendes, P; Ferreira, JG
      Annual variation of environmental variables, phytoplankton species composition and photosynthetic parameters in a coastal lagoon

      JOURNAL OF PLANKTON RESEARCH
    71. Vila, M; Camp, J; Garces, E; Maso, M; Delgado, M
      High resolution spatio-temporal detection of potentially harmful dinoflagellates in confined waters of the NW Mediterranean

      JOURNAL OF PLANKTON RESEARCH
    72. Cho, ES; Choi, BD; Cho, YC; Kim, TJ; Kim, HG
      Discrimination of three highly toxic Alexandrium tamarense (Dinophyceae) isolates using FITC-conjugated lectin probes

      JOURNAL OF PLANKTON RESEARCH
    73. Dupont, LM; Bonner, B; Schneider, R; Wefer, G
      Mid-Pleistocene environmental change in tropical Africa began as early as 1.05 Ma

      GEOLOGY
    74. Kimm-Brinson, KL; Moeller, PDR; Barbier, M; Glasgow, H; Burkholder, JM; Ramsdell, JS
      Identification of a P2X7 receptor in GH(4)C(1) rat pituitary cells: A potential target for a bioactive substance produced by Pfiesteria piscicida

      ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH PERSPECTIVES
    75. Shoemaker, RC; Hudnell, HK
      Possible estuary-associated syndrome: Symptoms, vision, and treatment

      ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH PERSPECTIVES
    76. Kimm-Brinson, KL; Ramsdell, JS
      The red tide toxin, brevetoxin, induces embryo toxicity and developmental abnormalities

      ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH PERSPECTIVES
    77. Swinker, M; Koltai, D; Wilkins, J; Hudnell, K; Hall, C; Darcey, D; Robertson, K; Schmechel, D; Stopford, W; Music, S
      Estuary-associated syndrome in North Carolina: An occupational prevalence study

      ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH PERSPECTIVES
    78. Rubin, C; McGeehin, MA; Holmes, AK; Backer, L; Burreson, G; Earley, MC; Griffith, D; Levine, R; Litaker, W; Mei, J; Naeher, L; Needham, L; Noga, E; Poli, M; Rogers, HS
      Emerging areas of research reported during the CDC National Conference on Pfiesteria: From biology to public health

      ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH PERSPECTIVES
    79. Samet, J; Bignami, GS; Feldman, R; Hawkins, W; Neff, J; Smayda, T
      Pfiesteria: Review of the science and identification of research gaps. Report for the National Center for Environmental Health, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

      ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH PERSPECTIVES
    80. Steidinger, K; Landsberg, J; Richardson, RW; Truby, E; Blakesley, B; Scott, P; Tester, P; Tengs, T; Mason, P; Morton, S; Seaborn, D; Litaker, W; Reece, K; Oldach, D; Haas, L; Vasta, G
      Classification and identification of Pfiesteria and Pfiesteria-like species

      ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH PERSPECTIVES
    81. Burkholder, JM; Glasgow, HB; Deamer-Melia, NJ; Springer, J; Parrow, MW; Zhang, C; Cancellieri, PJ
      Species of the toxic Pfiesteria complex, and the importance of functional type in data interpretation

      ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH PERSPECTIVES
    82. Vogelbein, WK; Shields, JD; Haas, LW; Reece, KS; Zwerner, DE
      Skin ulcers in estuarine fishes: A comparative pathological evaluation of wild and laboratory-exposed fish

      ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH PERSPECTIVES
    83. Kleindinst, JL; Anderson, DM
      Pfiesteria-related educational products and information resources available to the public, health officials, and researchers

      ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH PERSPECTIVES
    84. Luttenberg, D; Turgeon, D; Higgins, J
      Report from the NOAA workshops to standardize protocols for monitoring toxic Pfiesteria species and associated environmental conditions

      ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH PERSPECTIVES
    85. Magnien, RE
      State monitoring activities related to Pfiesteria-like organisms

      ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH PERSPECTIVES
    86. Glasgow, HB; Burkholder, JM; Mallin, MA; Deamer-Melia, NJ; Reed, RE
      Field ecology of toxic Pfiesteria complex species and a conservative analysis of their role in estuarine fish kills

      ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH PERSPECTIVES
    87. Melo, AC; Moeller, PDR; Glasgow, H; Burkholder, JM; Ramsdell, JS
      Microfluorimetric analysis of a purinergic receptor (P2X(7)) in GH(4)C(1) rat pituitary cells: Effects of a bioactive substance produced by Pfiesteria piscicida

      ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH PERSPECTIVES
    88. Moeller, PDR; Morton, SL; Mitchell, BA; Sivertsen, SK; Fairey, ER; Mikulski, TM; Glasgow, H; Deamer-Melia, NJ; Burkholder, JM; Ramsdell, JS
      Current progress in isolation and characterization of toxins isolated fromPfiesteria piscicida

      ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH PERSPECTIVES
    89. Burkholder, JM; Marshall, HG; Glasgow, HB; Seaborn, DW; Deamer-Melia, NJ
      The standardized fish bioassay procedure for detecting and culturing actively toxic Pfiesteria, used by two reference laboratories for Atlantic and Gulf Coast states

      ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH PERSPECTIVES
    90. Levin, ED
      A rat model of the cognitive impairment from Pfiesteria piscicida exposure

      ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH PERSPECTIVES
    91. Rublee, PA; Kempton, JW; Schaefer, EF; Allen, C; Harris, J; Oldach, DW; Bowers, H; Tengs, T; Burkholder, JM; Glasgow, HB
      Use of molecular probes to assess geographic distribution of Pfiesteria species

      ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH PERSPECTIVES
    92. Rogers, HS; Backer, L
      Fish bioassay and toxin induction experiments for research on Pfiesteria piscicida and other toxic dinoflagellates: Workshop summary

      ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH PERSPECTIVES
    93. Schmechel, DE; Koltai, DC
      Potential human health effects associated with laboratory exposures to Pfiesteria piscicida

      ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH PERSPECTIVES
    94. Moe, CL; Turf, E; Oldach, D; Bell, P; Hutton, S; Savitz, D; Koltai, D; Turf, M; Ingsrisawang, L; Hart, R; Ball, JD; Stutts, M; McCarter, R; Wilson, L; Haselow, D; Grattan, L; Morris, JG; Weber, DJ
      Cohort studies of health effects among people exposed to estuarine waters:North Carolina, Virginia, and Maryland

      ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH PERSPECTIVES
    95. Morris, JG
      Human health effects and Pfiesteria exposure: A synthesis of available clinical data

      ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH PERSPECTIVES
    96. Shoemaker, RC
      Residential and recreational acquisition of possible estuary-associated syndrome: A new approach to successful diagnosis and treatment

      ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH PERSPECTIVES
    97. Backer, LC; Niskar, AS; Rubin, C; Blindauer, K; Christianson, D; Naeher, L; Rogers, HS
      Environmental public health surveillance: Possible estuary-associated syndrome

      ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH PERSPECTIVES
    98. Okamoto, OK; Pinto, E; Latorre, LR; Bechara, EJH; Colepicolo, P
      Antioxidant modulation in response to metal-induced oxidative stress in algal chloroplasts

      ARCHIVES OF ENVIRONMENTAL CONTAMINATION AND TOXICOLOGY
    99. Duxbury, S
      A palynological zonation scheme for the lower cretaceous - United Kingdom Sector, Central North Sea

      NEUES JAHRBUCH FUR GEOLOGIE UND PALAONTOLOGIE-ABHANDLUNGEN
    100. Mittag, M
      Circadian rhythms in microalgae

      INTERNATIONAL REVIEW OF CYTOLOGY - A SURVEY OF CELL BIOLOGY, VOL 206


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