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    1. 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
    2. Berden, M; Zrimec, A; Jerman, I
      New biological detection system for weak ELF magnetic fields and testing of the parametric resonance model (Lednev 1991)

      ELECTRO- AND MAGNETOBIOLOGY
    3. Nassoury, N; Fritz, L; Morse, D
      Circadian changes in ribulose-1,5-bisphosphate carboxylase/oxygenase distribution inside individual chloroplasts can account for the rhythm in dinoflagellate carbon fixation

      PLANT CELL
    4. 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
    5. 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
    6. Van Tassel, DL; O'Neill, SD
      Putative regulatory molecules in plants: evaluating melatonin

      JOURNAL OF PINEAL RESEARCH
    7. Sgrosso, S; Esposito, F; Montresor, M
      Temperature and daylength regulate encystment in calcareous cyst-forming dinoflagellates

      MARINE ECOLOGY-PROGRESS SERIES
    8. 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
    9. Mittag, M
      Circadian rhythms in microalgae

      INTERNATIONAL REVIEW OF CYTOLOGY - A SURVEY OF CELL BIOLOGY, VOL 206
    10. Duran-Lizarraga, ME; Prieto-Sagredo, J; Gonsebatt, ME; Fanjul-Moles, ML
      Crayfish Procambarus clarkii shows circadian variations in different parameters of the GSH cycle

      PHOTOCHEMISTRY AND PHOTOBIOLOGY
    11. Reiter, RJ; Tan, DX; Burkhardt, S; Manchester, LC
      Melatonin in plants

      NUTRITION REVIEWS
    12. Seo, KS; Fritz, L
      Evidence for sexual reproduction in the marine dinoflagellates, Pyrocystisnoctiluca and Pyrocystis lunula (Dinophyta)

      JOURNAL OF PHYCOLOGY
    13. Leighfield, TA; Van Dolah, FM
      Cell cycle regulation in a dinoflagellate, Amphidinium operculatum: identification of the diel entraining cue and a possible role for cyclic AMP

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL MARINE BIOLOGY AND ECOLOGY
    14. Okamoto, OK; Robertson, DL; Fagan, TF; Hastings, JW; Colepicolo, P
      Different regulatory mechanisms modulate the expression of a dinoflagellate iron-superoxide dismutase

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    15. Li, LM; Liu, LY; Kong, R; Robertson, D; Hastings, JW
      N-terminal intramolecularly conserved histidines of three domains in Gonylaulax luciferase are responsible for loss of activity in the alkaline region

      BIOCHEMISTRY
    16. Kudela, RM; Cochlan, WP
      Nitrogen and carbon uptake kinetics and the influence of irradiance for a red tide bloom off southern California

      AQUATIC MICROBIAL ECOLOGY
    17. Wang, HX; Ng, TB
      Hypotensive activity of the pineal indoleamine hormones melatonin, 5-methoxytryptophol and 5-methoxytryptamine

      PHARMACOLOGY & TOXICOLOGY
    18. Gibson, CH
      Laboratory and ocean studies of phytoplankton response to fossil turbulence

      DYNAMICS OF ATMOSPHERES AND OCEANS
    19. Deheyn, D; Mallefet, J; Jangoux, M
      Cytological changes during bioluminescence production in dissociated photocytes from the ophiuroid Amphipholis squamata (Echinodermata)

      CELL AND TISSUE RESEARCH
    20. Smayda, TJ
      Ecological features of harmful algal blooms in coastal upwelling ecosystems

      SOUTH AFRICAN JOURNAL OF MARINE SCIENCE-SUID-AFRIKAANSE TYDSKRIF VIR SEEWETENSKAP
    21. Peters, F; Marrase, C
      Effects of turbulence on plankton: an overview of experimental evidence and some theoretical considerations

      MARINE ECOLOGY-PROGRESS SERIES
    22. Roenneberg, T; Taylor, W
      Automated recordings of bioluminescence with special reference to the analysis of circadian rhythms

      BIOLUMINESCENCE AND CHEMILUMINESCENCE, PT C
    23. Morse, D; Mittag, M
      Dinoflagellate luciferin-binding protein

      BIOLUMINESCENCE AND CHEMILUMINESCENCE, PT C
    24. Juhl, AR; Velazquez, V; Latz, MI
      Effect of growth conditions on flow-induced inhibition of population growth of a red-tide dinoflagellate

      LIMNOLOGY AND OCEANOGRAPHY
    25. Lomas, MW; Glibert, PM
      Comparisons of nitrate uptake, storage, and reduction in marine diatoms and flagellates

      JOURNAL OF PHYCOLOGY
    26. Seo, KS; Fritz, L
      Cell ultrastructural changes correlate with circadian rhythms in Pyrocystis lunula (Pyrrophyta)

      JOURNAL OF PHYCOLOGY
    27. Zirbel, MJ; Veron, F; Latz, MI
      The reversible effect of flow on the morphology of Ceratocorys horrida (Peridiniales, Dinophyta)

      JOURNAL OF PHYCOLOGY
    28. Dunstan, SL; Sala-Newby, GB; Fajardo, AB; Taylor, KM; Campbell, AK
      Cloning and expression of the bioluminescent photoprotein pholasin from the bivalve mollusc Pholas dactylus

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    29. Pinto, E; Catalani, LH; Lopes, NP; Di Mascio, P; Colepicolo, P
      Peridinin as the major biological carotenoid quencher of singlet oxygen inmarine algae Gonyaulax polyedra

      BIOCHEMICAL AND BIOPHYSICAL RESEARCH COMMUNICATIONS
    30. Balzer, I; Hocker, B; Kapp, H; Bartolomaeus, B
      Occurrence and comparative physiology of melatonin in evolutionary diverseorganisms.

      REDOX STATE AND CIRCADIAN RHYTHMS
    31. Hardeland, R; Coto-Montes, A; Burkhardt, S; Zsizsik, BK
      Circadian rhythms and oxidative stress in non-vertebrate organisms

      REDOX STATE AND CIRCADIAN RHYTHMS
    32. Okamoto, OK; Shao, LM; Hastings, JW; Colepicolo, P
      Acute and chronic effects of toxic metals on viability, encystment and bioluminescence in the dinoflagellate Gonyaulax polyedra

      COMPARATIVE BIOCHEMISTRY AND PHYSIOLOGY C-PHARMACOLOGY TOXICOLOGY & ENDOCRINOLOGY
    33. Karolyi, G; Pentek, A; Toroczkai, Z; Tel, T; Grebogi, C
      Chemical or biological activity in open chaotic flows

      PHYSICAL REVIEW E
    34. Katz, J; Donaghay, P; Zhang, J; King, S; Russell, K
      Submersible holocamera for detection of particle characteristics and motions in the ocean

      DEEP-SEA RESEARCH PART I-OCEANOGRAPHIC RESEARCH PAPERS
    35. Coto-Montes, A; Hardeland, R
      Diurnal rhythm of protein carbonyl as an indicator of oxidative damage in Drosophila melanogaster: Influence of clock gene alleles and deficiencies in the formation of free-radical scavengers

      BIOLOGICAL RHYTHM RESEARCH
    36. Hardeland, R
      Melatonin and 5-methoxytryptamine in non-metazoans

      REPRODUCTION NUTRITION DEVELOPMENT
    37. Gibson, CH
      Fossil turbulence revisited

      JOURNAL OF MARINE SYSTEMS
    38. Lauria, ML; Purdie, DA; Sharples, J
      Contrasting phytoplankton distributions controlled by tidal turbulence in an estuary

      JOURNAL OF MARINE SYSTEMS
    39. Roenneberg, T; Merrow, M
      Circadian systems and metabolism

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL RHYTHMS
    40. Macias, M; Rodriguez-Cabezas, MN; Reiter, RJ; Osuna, A; Acuna-Castroviejo, D
      Presence and effects of melatonin in Trypanosoma cruzi

      JOURNAL OF PINEAL RESEARCH
    41. Pentek, A; Karolyi, G; Scheuring, I; Tel, T; Toroczkai, Z; Kadtke, J; Grebogi, C
      Fractality, chaos, and reactions in imperfectly mixed open hydrodynamical flows

      PHYSICA A
    42. Witt, FG; Stohr, C; Ullrich, WR
      Soluble and membrane-associated nitrate reductases in the dinoflagellate Peridinium gatunense

      NEW PHYTOLOGIST
    43. Van Dolah, FM; Leighfield, TA
      Diel phasing of the cell-cycle in the Florida red tide dinoflagellate, Gymnodinium breve

      JOURNAL OF PHYCOLOGY
    44. Schnepf, E; Elbrachter, M
      Dinophyte chloroplasts and phylogeny - A review

      GRANA
    45. Sankievicz, D; Colepicolo, P
      A new member of the leucyl aminopeptidase family purified and identified from a marine unicellular algae

      BIOCHEMICAL AND BIOPHYSICAL RESEARCH COMMUNICATIONS
    46. Amaya-Farfan, J
      Research on carotenoids in Brazil. Perspective and needs.

      ARCHIVOS LATINOAMERICANOS DE NUTRICION
    47. MITTAG M
      MOLECULAR MECHANISMS OF CLOCK-CONTROLLED PROTEINS IN PHYTOFLAGELLATES

      PROTIST
    48. OKAMOTO OK; COLEPICOLO P
      RESPONSE OF SUPEROXIDE-DISMUTASE TO POLLUTANT METAL STRESS IN THE MARINE DINOFLAGELLATE GONYAULAX-POLYEDRA

      Comparative biochemistry and physiology. C. Comparative pharmacologyand toxicology
    49. Wilson, T; Hastings, JW
      Bioluminescence

      ANNUAL REVIEW OF CELL AND DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY
    50. GRBEC B; MOROVIC M; MARASOVIC I
      BIOLOGICAL CONSEQUENCES OF UNUSUAL WEATHER CONDITIONS IN THE ADRIATICIN SUMMER 1992

      Fresenius environmental bulletin
    51. Geider, RJ; Macintyre, HL; Graziano, LM; McKay, RML
      Responses of the photosynthetic apparatus of Dunaliella tertiolecta (Chlorophyceae) to nitrogen and phosphorus limitation

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF PHYCOLOGY
    52. LEGRAND C; GRANELI E; CARLSSON P
      INDUCED PHAGOTROPHY IN THE PHOTOSYNTHETIC DINOFLAGELLATE HETEROCAPSA-TRIQUETRA

      Aquatic microbial ecology
    53. Asano, CS; Okamoto, OK; Colepicolo, P
      Diurnal patterns of incorporation of [gamma P-32]-ATP in isolated chloroplasts from G-polyedra

      BIOLOGICAL RHYTHM RESEARCH
    54. TSIM ST; WONG JTY; WONG YH
      REGULATION OF CALCIUM INFLUX AND PHOSPHOLIPASE-C ACTIVITY BY INDOLEAMINES IN DINOFLAGELLATE CRYPTHECODINIUM-COHNII

      Journal of pineal research
    55. PETERSEN JE; SANFORD LP; KEMP WM
      COASTAL PLANKTON RESPONSES TO TURBULENT MIXING IN EXPERIMENTAL ECOSYSTEMS

      Marine ecology. Progress series
    56. WILLIAMS WE; GORTON HL
      CIRCADIAN-RHYTHMS HAVE INSIGNIFICANT EFFECTS ON PLANT GAS-EXCHANGE UNDER FIELD CONDITIONS

      Physiologia Plantarum
    57. FLYNN KJ; FLYNN K
      RELEASE OF NITRITE BY MARINE DINOFLAGELLATES - DEVELOPMENT OF A MATHEMATICAL SIMULATION

      Marine Biology
    58. KNAUST R; URBIG T; LI LM; TAYLOR W; HASTINGS JW
      THE CIRCADIAN-RHYTHM OF BIOLUMINESCENCE IN PYROCYSTIS IS NOT DUE TO DIFFERENCES IN THE AMOUNT OF LUCIFERASE - A COMPARATIVE-STUDY OF 3 BIOLUMINESCENT MARINE DINOFLAGELLATES

      Journal of phycology
    59. Vergara, JJ; Berges, JA; Falkowski, PG
      Diel periodicity of nitrate reductase activity and protein levels in the marine diatom Thalassiosira weissflogii (Bacillariophyceae)

      JOURNAL OF PHYCOLOGY
    60. MITTAG M; WALTENBERGER H
      IN-VITRO MUTAGENESIS OF BINDING-SITE ELEMENTS FOR THE CLOCK-CONTROLLED PROTEINS CCTR AND CHLAMY-1

      Biological chemistry
    61. GROVER JE; ROPE AF; KANESHIRO ES
      THE OCCURRENCE OF BIOGENIC CALCIAN STRUVITE, (MG,CA)NH4PO4.6H(2)O, ASINTRACELLULAR CRYSTALS IN PARAMECIUM

      The Journal of eukaryotic microbiology
    62. BERGES JA
      ALGAL NITRATE REDUCTASES

      European journal of phycology
    63. ROENNEBERG T; MERROW M; EISENSAMER B
      CELLULAR MECHANISMS OF CIRCADIAN SYSTEMS

      Zoology
    64. NAKAMURA H; JIN T; FUNAHASHI M; FUJIMAKI K; SAMPEI O; MURAI A; ROENNEBERG T; HASTINGS JW
      BIOGENESIS OF SULFONIUM COMPOUNDS IN A DINOFLAGELLATE - METHIONINE CASCADE

      Tetrahedron
    65. KOLAR J; MACHACKOVA I; EDER J; PRINSEN E; VANDONGEN W; VANONCKELEN H; ILLNEROVA H
      MELATONIN - OCCURRENCE AND DAILY RHYTHM IN CHENOPODIUM-RUBRUM

      Phytochemistry
    66. ROENNEBERG T; FOSTER RG
      TWILIGHT TIMES - LIGHT AND THE CIRCADIAN SYSTEM

      Photochemistry and photobiology
    67. LI LM; HONG R; HASTINGS JW
      3 FUNCTIONAL LUCIFERASE DOMAINS IN A SINGLE POLYPEPTIDE-CHAIN

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    68. IGLESIASPRIETO R; TRENCH RK
      ACCLIMATION AND ADAPTATION TO IRRADIANCE IN SYMBIOTIC DINOFLAGELLATES- II - RESPONSE OF CHLOROPHYLL-PROTEIN COMPLEXES TO DIFFERENT PHOTON-FLUX DENSITIES

      Marine Biology
    69. SMAYDA TJ
      HARMFUL ALGAL BLOOMS - THEIR ECOPHYSIOLOGY AND GENERAL RELEVANCE TO PHYTOPLANKTON BLOOMS IN THE SEA

      Limnology and oceanography
    70. FRANKS PJS
      MODELS OF HARMFUL ALGAL BLOOMS

      Limnology and oceanography
    71. DONAGHAY PL; OSBORN TR
      TOWARD A THEORY OF BIOLOGICAL-PHYSICAL CONTROL OF HARMFUL ALGAL BLOOMDYNAMICS AND IMPACTS

      Limnology and oceanography
    72. TSANG WH; MCGAUGHEY NJ; WONG YH; WONG JTY
      MELATONIN AND 5-METHOXYTRYPTAMINE INDUCED MUSCULAR-CONTRACTION IN SEA-ANEMONES

      The Journal of experimental zoology
    73. TSIM ST; WONG JTY; WONG YH
      CALCIUM-ION DEPENDENCY AND THE ROLE OF INOSITOL PHOSPHATES IN MELATONIN-INDUCED ENCYSTMENT OF DINOFLAGELLATES

      Journal of Cell Science
    74. MITTAG M; ECKERSKORN C; STRUPAT K; HASTINGS JW
      DIFFERENTIAL TRANSLATIONAL INITIATION OF LBP MESSENGER-RNA IS CAUSED BY A 5'-UPSTREAM OPEN READING FRAME

      FEBS letters
    75. HANSEN G; MOESTRUP O; ROBERTS KR
      LIGHT AND ELECTRON-MICROSCOPIC OBSERVATIONS ON PROTOCERATIUM-RETICULATUM (DINOPHYCEAE)

      Archiv fur Protistenkunde
    76. HOWARD AG; RUSSELL DW
      BOROHYDRIDE-COUPLED HPLC-FPD INSTRUMENTATION AND ITS USE IN THE DETERMINATION OF DIMETHYLSULFONIUM COMPOUNDS

      Analytical chemistry
    77. ROENNEBERG T; MITTAG M
      THE CIRCADIAN PROGRAM OF ALGAE

      SEMINARS IN CELL & DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY
    78. BALZER I; HARDELAND R
      MELATONIN IN ALGAE AND HIGHER-PLANTS - POSSIBLE NEW ROLES AS A PHYTOHORMONE AND ANTIOXIDANT

      Botanica acta
    79. BALZER I
      ENCYSTMENT OF GONYAULAX-POLYEDRA - DEPENDENCE ON LIGHT

      Biological rhythm research
    80. ROENNEBERG T; REHMAN J
      NITRATE, A NONPHOTIC SIGNAL FOR THE CIRCADIAN SYSTEM

      The FASEB journal
    81. COSTAS E; GONZALEZGIL S; LOPEZRODAS V; AGUILERA A
      THE INFLUENCE OF THE SLOWING OF EARTHS ROTATION - A HYPOTHESIS TO EXPLAIN CELL-DIVISION SYNCHRONY UNDER DIFFERENT DAY DURATION IN EARLIER AND LATER EVOLVED UNICELLULAR ALGAE

      Helgolander Meeresuntersuchungen
    82. PAN YL; RAO DVS; MANN KH
      ACCLIMATION TO LOW-LIGHT INTENSITY IN PHOTOSYNTHESIS AND GROWTH OF PSEUDO-NITZSCHIA MULTISERIES HASLE, A NEUROTOXIGENIC DIATOM

      Journal of plankton research
    83. HOLLNAGEL HC; DIMASCIO P; ASANO CS; OKAMOTO OK; STRINGHER CG; OLIVEIRA MC; COLEPICOLO P
      THE EFFECT OF LIGHT ON THE BIOSYNTHESIS OF BETA-CAROTENE AND SUPEROXIDE-DISMUTASE ACTIVITY IN THE PHOTOSYNTHETIC ALGA GONYAULAX-POLYEDRA

      Brazilian journal of medical and biological research
    84. FRITZ L; STRINGHER CG; COLEPICOLO P
      IMAGING OSCILLATIONS IN GONYAULAX - A CHLOROPLAST RHYTHM OF NITRATE REDUCTASE VISUALIZED BY IMMUNOCYTOCHEMISTRY

      Brazilian journal of medical and biological research
    85. FUHRBERG B; BALZER I; HARDELAND R; WERNER A; LUNING K
      THE VERTEBRATE PINEAL HORMONE MELATONIN IS PRODUCED BY THE BROWN ALGAPTERYGOPHORA-CALIFORNICA AND MIMICS DARK EFFECTS ON GROWTH-RATE IN THE LIGHT

      Planta
    86. CHEN HM; CHIEN CY; HUANG TC
      REGULATION AND MOLECULAR-STRUCTURE OF A CIRCADIAN OSCILLATING PROTEINLOCATED IN THE CELL-MEMBRANE OF THE PROKARYOTE SYNECHOCOCCUS RF-1

      Planta
    87. MITTAG M; HASTINGS JW
      EXPLORING THE SIGNALING PATHWAY OF CIRCADIAN BIOLUMINESCENCE

      Physiologia Plantarum
    88. ROENNEBERG T
      THE COMPLEX CIRCADIAN SYSTEM OF GONYAULAX-POLYEDRA

      Physiologia Plantarum
    89. WINKLER UK; SICHER J
      BIOLUMINESCENCE OF ANIMALS, PLANTS AND BA CTERIA

      Naturwissenschaften
    90. MITTAG M
      CONSERVED CIRCADIAN ELEMENTS IN PHYLOGENETICALLY DIVERSE ALGAE

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    91. FRITZ L; STRINGHER CG; COLEPICOLO P
      IMMUNOLOCALIZATION OF NITRATE REDUCTASE IN THE MARINE DINOFLAGELLATE GONYAULAX-POLYEDRA (PYRROPHYTA)

      Journal of phycology
    92. FANG LS; LIAO CW; LIU MC
      PIGMENT COMPOSITION IN DIFFERENT-COLORED SCLERACTINIAN CORALS BEFORE AND DURING THE BLEACHING PROCESS

      Zoological studies
    93. ROLLO F; SASSAROLI S; BONI L; MAROTA I
      MOLECULAR TYPING OF THE RED-TIDE DINOFLAGELLATE GONYAULAX-POLYEDRA INPHYTOPLANKTON SUSPENSIONS

      Aquatic microbial ecology
    94. HARDELAND R; BALZER I; POEGGELER B; FUHRBERG B; URIA H; BEHRMANN G; WOLF R; MEYER TJ; REITER RJ
      ON THE PRIMARY FUNCTIONS OF MELATONIN IN EVOLUTION - MEDIATION OF PHOTOPERIODIC SIGNALS IN A UNICELL, PHOTOOXIDATION, AND SCAVENGING OF FREE-RADICALS

      Journal of pineal research
    95. ESCH P; TECHEL D; SCHIMMOLLER N; RENSING L
      HEAT-SHOCK EFFECTS ON THE CIRCADIAN-RHYTHM OF PROTEIN-SYNTHESIS AND PHOSPHORYLATION OF RIBOSOMAL-PROTEINS IN GONYAULAX-POLYEDRA

      Chronobiology international
    96. HARDELAND R; RODRIGUEZ C
      VERSATILE MELATONIN - A PERVASIVE MOLECULE SERVES VARIOUS FUNCTIONS IN SIGNALING AND PROTECTION

      Chronobiology international
    97. DIMASCIO P; HOLLNAGEL HC; SPERANCA M; COLEPICOLO P
      DIURNAL RHYTHM OF BETA-CAROTENE IN PHOTOSYNTHETIC ALGA GONYAULAX-POLYEDRA

      Biological chemistry Hoppe-Seyler
    98. JOVINE RVM; JOHNSEN G; PREZELIN BB
      ISOLATION OF MEMBRANE-BOUND LIGHT-HARVESTING-COMPLEXES FROM THE DINOFLAGELLATES HETEROCAPSA-PYGMAEA AND PROROCENTRUM-MINIMUM

      Photosynthesis research
    99. BEHRMANN G; HARDELAND R
      ULTRASTRUCTURAL CHARACTERIZATION OF ASEXUAL CYSTS OF GONYAULAX-POLYEDRA STEIN (DINOFLAGELLATA)

      Protoplasma
    100. VANDOLAH FM; LEIGHFIELD TA; SANDEL HD; HSU CK
      CELL-DIVISION IN THE DINOFLAGELLATE GAMBIERDISCUS-TOXICUS IS PHASED TO THE DIURNAL CYCLE AND ACCOMPANIED BY ACTIVATION OF THE CELL-CYCLE REGULATORY PROTEIN, CDC2 KINASE

      Journal of phycology


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