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    1. Wick, LM; Quadroni, M; Egli, T
      Short- and long-term changes in proteome composition and kinetic properties in a culture of Escherichia coli during transition from glucose-excess toglucose-limited growth conditions in continuous culture and vice versa

      ENVIRONMENTAL MICROBIOLOGY
    2. Ferenci, T
      Hungry bacteria - definition and properties of a nutritional state

      ENVIRONMENTAL MICROBIOLOGY
    3. Chrzanowski, TH; Grover, JP
      The light: nutrient ratio in lakes: a test of hypothesized trends in bacterial nutrient limitation

      ECOLOGY LETTERS
    4. Daufresne, T; Loreau, M
      Plant-herbivore interactions and ecological stoichiometry: when do herbivores determine plant nutrient limitation?

      ECOLOGY LETTERS
    5. Rinke, K; Robinson, CT; Uehlinger, U
      A note on abiotic factors that constrain periphyton growth in alpine glacier streams

      INTERNATIONAL REVIEW OF HYDROBIOLOGY
    6. Herbert, KC; Foster, SJ
      Starvation survival in Listeria monocytogenes: characterization of the response and the role of known and novel components

      MICROBIOLOGY-SGM
    7. Neill, C; Deegan, LA; Thomas, SM; Cerri, CC
      Deforestation for pasture alters nitrogen and phosphorus in small Amazonian Streams

      ECOLOGICAL APPLICATIONS
    8. Heugens, EHW; Hendriks, AJ; Dekker, T; van Straalen, NM; Admiraal, W
      A review of the effects of multiple stressors on aquatic organisms and analysis of uncertainty factors for use in risk assessment

      CRITICAL REVIEWS IN TOXICOLOGY
    9. Dubinsky, Z; Berman-Frank, I
      Uncoupling primary production from population growth in photosynthesizing organisms in aquatic ecosystems

      AQUATIC SCIENCES
    10. Beardall, J; Young, E; Roberts, S
      Approaches for determining phytoplankton nutrient limitation

      AQUATIC SCIENCES
    11. Beardall, J; Berman, T; Heraud, P; Kadiri, MO; Light, BR; Patterson, G; Roberts, S; Sulzberger, B; Sahan, E; Uehlinger, U; Wood, B
      A comparison of methods for detection of phosphate limitation in microalgae

      AQUATIC SCIENCES
    12. Mable, BK
      Ploidy evolution in the yeast Saccharomyces cerevisiae: a test of the nutrient limitation hypothesis

      JOURNAL OF EVOLUTIONARY BIOLOGY
    13. Nelson, WA; McCauley, E; Wrona, FJ
      Multiple dynamics in a single predator-prey system: experimental effects of food quality

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE ROYAL SOCIETY OF LONDON SERIES B-BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES
    14. Anderson, MR; Rivkin, RB
      Seasonal patterns in grazing mortality of bacterioplankton in polar oceans: a bipolar comparison

      AQUATIC MICROBIAL ECOLOGY
    15. Francoeur, SN
      Meta-analysis of lotic nutrient amendment experiments: detecting and quantifying subtle responses

      JOURNAL OF THE NORTH AMERICAN BENTHOLOGICAL SOCIETY
    16. Grattan, RM; Suberkropp, K
      Effects of nutrient enrichment on yellow poplar leaf decomposition and fungal activity in streams

      JOURNAL OF THE NORTH AMERICAN BENTHOLOGICAL SOCIETY
    17. Twomey, L; John, J
      Effects of rainfall and salt-wedge movement on phytoplankton succession inthe Swan-Canning Estuary, Western Australia

      HYDROLOGICAL PROCESSES
    18. Cordell, S; Goldstein, G; Meinzer, FC; Vitousek, PM
      Morphological and physiological adjustment to N and P fertilization in nutrient-limited Metrosideros polymorpha canopy trees in Hawaii

      TREE PHYSIOLOGY
    19. Kenney, WF; Schelske, CL; Chapman, AD
      Changes in polyphosphate sedimentation: a response to excessive phosphorusenrichment in a hypereutrophic lake

      CANADIAN JOURNAL OF FISHERIES AND AQUATIC SCIENCES
    20. Touratier, F; Field, JG; Moloney, CL
      A stoichiometric model relating growth substrate quality (C : N : P ratios) to N : P ratios in the products of heterotrophic release and excretion

      ECOLOGICAL MODELLING
    21. Fourqurean, JW; Cai, Y
      Arsenic and phosphorus in seagrass leaves from the Gulf of Mexico

      AQUATIC BOTANY
    22. Natarajan, K; Meyer, MR; Jackson, BM; Slade, D; Roberts, C; Hinnebusch, AG; Marton, MJ
      Transcriptional profiling shows that Gcn4p is a master regulator of gene expression during amino acid starvation in yeast

      MOLECULAR AND CELLULAR BIOLOGY
    23. Mallin, MA; Cahoon, LB; Parsons, DC; Ensign, SH
      Effect of nitrogen and phosphorus loading on plankton in coastal plain blackwater rivers

      JOURNAL OF FRESHWATER ECOLOGY
    24. Meir, P; Grace, J; Miranda, AC
      Leaf respiration in two tropical rainforests: constraints on physiology byphosphorus, nitrogen and temperature

      FUNCTIONAL ECOLOGY
    25. Havens, KE; Schelske, CL
      The importance of considering biological processes when setting total maximum daily loads (TMDL) for phosphorus in shallow lakes and reservoirs

      ENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTION
    26. Yin, KD; Qian, PY; Wu, MCS; Chen, JC; Huang, LM; Song, XY; Jian, WJ
      Shift from P to N limitation of phytoplankton growth across the Pearl River estuarine plume during summer

      MARINE ECOLOGY-PROGRESS SERIES
    27. Ferrier-Pages, C; Furla, P
      Pico- and nanoplankton biomass and production in the two largest atoll lagoons of French Polynesia

      MARINE ECOLOGY-PROGRESS SERIES
    28. Campo, J; Maass, M; Jaramillo, VJ; Martinez-Yrizar, A; Sarukhan, J
      Phosphorus cycling in a Mexican tropical dry forest ecosystem

      BIOGEOCHEMISTRY
    29. Jobbagy, EG; Jackson, RB
      The distribution of soil nutrients with depth: Global patterns and the imprint of plants

      BIOGEOCHEMISTRY
    30. Kamer, K; Boyle, KA; Fong, P
      Macroalgal bloom dynamics in a highly eutrophic southern California estuary

      ESTUARIES
    31. Alam, MGM; Jahan, N; Thalib, L; Wei, B; Maekawa, T
      Effects of environmental factors on the seasonally change of phytoplanktonpopulations in a closed freshwater pond

      ENVIRONMENT INTERNATIONAL
    32. Versteegh, GJM; Riegman, R; de Leeuw, JW; Jansen, JHF
      U(37)(K ')values for Isochrysis galbana as a function of culture temperature, light intensity and nutrient concentrations

      ORGANIC GEOCHEMISTRY
    33. Pinckney, JL; Richardson, TL; Millie, DF; Paerl, HW
      Application of photopigment biomarkers for quantifying microalgal community composition and in situ growth rates

      ORGANIC GEOCHEMISTRY
    34. Ostrowski, M; Cavicchioli, R; Blaauw, M; Gottschal, JC
      Specific growth rate plays a critical role in hydrogen peroxide resistanceof the marine oligotrophic ultramicrobacterium Sphingomonas alaskensis strain RB2256

      APPLIED AND ENVIRONMENTAL MICROBIOLOGY
    35. Brown, GG; Maher, WA; Norris, RH; Mathieu, J
      Problems with the use of terracotta clay saucers as phosphorus-diffusing substrata to assess nutrient limitation of epilithic algae

      FRESHWATER BIOLOGY
    36. Jansson, M; Bergstrom, AK; Drakare, S; Blomqvist, P
      Nutrient limitation of bacterioplankton and phytoplankton in humic lakes in northern Sweden

      FRESHWATER BIOLOGY
    37. Scrimgeour, GJ; Tonn, WM; Paszkowski, CA; Goater, C
      Benthic macroinvertebrate biomass and wildfires: evidence for enrichment of boreal subarctic lakes

      FRESHWATER BIOLOGY
    38. Vance, ED; Chapin, FS
      Substrate limitations to microbial activity in taiga forest floors

      SOIL BIOLOGY & BIOCHEMISTRY
    39. Venterink, HO; van der Vliet, RE; Wassen, MJ
      Nutrient limitation along a productivity gradient in wet meadows

      PLANT AND SOIL
    40. Cordell, S; Goldstein, G; Meinzer, FC; Vitousek, PM
      Regulation of leaf life-span and nutrient-use efficiency of Metrosideros polymorpha trees at two extremes of a long chronosequence in Hawaii

      OECOLOGIA
    41. Tessier, AJ; Bizina, EV; Geedey, CK
      Grazer-resource interactions in the plankton: Are all daphniids alike?

      LIMNOLOGY AND OCEANOGRAPHY
    42. Sterner, RW; Schwalbach, MS
      Diel integration of food quality by Daphnia: Luxury consumption by a freshwater planktonic herbivore

      LIMNOLOGY AND OCEANOGRAPHY
    43. Carlsson, P; Caron, DA
      Seasonal variation of phosphorus limitation of bacterial growth in a smalllake

      LIMNOLOGY AND OCEANOGRAPHY
    44. Parkhill, JP; Maillet, G; Cullen, JJ
      Fluorescence-based maximal quantum yield for PSII as a diagnostic of nutrient stress

      JOURNAL OF PHYCOLOGY
    45. Clark, DR
      Growth rate relationships to physiological, indices of nutrient status in marine diatoms

      JOURNAL OF PHYCOLOGY
    46. Twomey, L; Thompson, P
      Nutrient limitation of phytoplankton in a seasonally open bar-built estuary: Wilson Inlet, Western Australia

      JOURNAL OF PHYCOLOGY
    47. Agawin, NSR; Duarte, CM; Fortes, MD; Uri, JS; Vermaat, JE
      Temporal changes in the abundance, leaf growth and photosynthesis of threeco-occurring Philippine seagrasses

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL MARINE BIOLOGY AND ECOLOGY
    48. Yuste, L; Rojo, F
      Role of the crc gene in catabolic repression of the Pseudomonas putida GPo1 alkane degradation pathway

      JOURNAL OF BACTERIOLOGY
    49. Hehmann, A; Krienitz, L; Koschel, R
      Long-term phytoplankton changes in an artificially divided, top-down manipulated humic lake

      HYDROBIOLOGIA
    50. Howard, SC; Chang, YW; Budovskaya, YV; Herman, PK
      The Ras/PKA signaling pathway of Saccharomyces cerevisiae exhibits a functional interaction with the Sin4p complex of the RNA polymerase II holoenzyme

      GENETICS
    51. Chang, YW; Howard, SC; Budovskaya, YV; Rine, J; Herman, PK
      The rye mutants identify a role for Ssn/Srb proteins of the RNA polymeraseII holoenzyme during stationary phase entry in Saccharomyces cerevisiae

      GENETICS
    52. Steiner, CF
      The effects of prey heterogeneity and consumer identity on the limitation of trophic-level biomass

      ECOLOGY
    53. Wacker, A; von Elert, E
      Polyunsaturated fatty acids: Evidence for non-substitutable biochemical resources in Daphnia galeata

      ECOLOGY
    54. Perakis, SS; Hedin, LO
      Fluxes and fates of nitrogen in soil of an unpolluted old-growth temperateforest, southern Chile

      ECOLOGY
    55. Rosemond, AD; Pringle, CM; Ramirez, A; Paul, MJ
      A test of top-down and bottom-up control in a detritus-based food web

      ECOLOGY
    56. Plath, K; Boersma, M
      Mineral limitation of zooplankton: Stoichiometric constraints and optimal foraging

      ECOLOGY
    57. Treseder, KK; Vitousek, PM
      Effects of soil nutrient availability on investment in acquisition of N and P in Hawaiian rain forests

      ECOLOGY
    58. Elser, JJ; Hayakawa, K; Urabe, J
      Nutrient limitation reduces food quality for zooplankton: Daphnia responseto seston phosphorus enrichment

      ECOLOGY
    59. Ostertag, R
      Effects of nitrogen and phosphorus availability on fine-root dynamics in Hawaiian montane forests

      ECOLOGY
    60. Daufresne, T; Loreau, M
      Ecological stoichiometry, primary producer-decomposer interactions, and ecosystem persistence

      ECOLOGY
    61. Huisman, J; Weissing, FJ
      Biological conditions for oscillations and chaos generated by multispeciescompetition

      ECOLOGY
    62. Kaspari, M; Yanoviak, SP
      Bait use in tropical litter and canopy ants - Evidence of differences in nutrient limitation

      BIOTROPICA
    63. Durner, R; Zinn, M; Witholt, B; Egli, T
      Accumulation of poly[(R)-3-hydroxyalkanoates] in Pseudomonas oleovorans during growth in batch and chemostat culture with different carbon sources

      BIOTECHNOLOGY AND BIOENGINEERING
    64. McCrea, AR; Trueman, IC; Fullen, MA; Atkinson, MD; Besenyei, L
      Relationships between soil characteristics and species richness in two botanically heterogeneous created meadows in the urban English West Midlands

      BIOLOGICAL CONSERVATION
    65. McCrea, AR; Trueman, IC; Fullen, MA
      A comparison of the effects of four arable crops on the fertility depletion of a sandy silt loam destined for grassland habitat creation

      BIOLOGICAL CONSERVATION
    66. van den Berg, HA
      How microbes can achieve balanced growth in a fluctuating environment

      ACTA BIOTHEORETICA
    67. Worm, B; Reusch, TBH; Lotze, HK
      In situ nutrient enrichment: Methods for marine benthic ecology

      INTERNATIONAL REVIEW OF HYDROBIOLOGY
    68. Konopka, A
      Microbial physiological state at low growth rate in natural and engineeredecosystems

      CURRENT OPINION IN MICROBIOLOGY
    69. Oliver, L; Zakharova, T; Konopka, A; Turco, RF
      Sodium hypochlorite perturbation of a graywater treatment system

      JOURNAL OF INDUSTRIAL MICROBIOLOGY & BIOTECHNOLOGY
    70. Scowcroft, PG; Turner, DR; Vitousek, PM
      Decomposition of Metrosideros polymorpha leaf litter along elevational gradients in Hawaii

      GLOBAL CHANGE BIOLOGY
    71. Glasgow, HB; Burkholder, JM
      Water quality trends and management implications from a five-year study ofa eutrophic estuary

      ECOLOGICAL APPLICATIONS
    72. Sabater, S; Guasch, H; Romani, A; Munoz, I
      Stromatolitic communities in Mediterranean streams: adaptations to a changing environment

      BIODIVERSITY AND CONSERVATION
    73. Tadonleke, RD; Sime-Ngando, T
      Rates of growth and microbial grazing mortality of phytoplankton in a recent artificial lake

      AQUATIC MICROBIAL ECOLOGY
    74. Torreton, JP; Talbot, V; Garcia, N
      Nutrient stimulation of bacterioplankton growth in Tuamotu atoll lagoons

      AQUATIC MICROBIAL ECOLOGY
    75. Sandberg, J; Elmgren, R; Wulff, F
      Carbon flows in Baltic Sea food webs - a re-evaluation using a mass balance approach

      JOURNAL OF MARINE SYSTEMS
    76. Krivtsov, V; Bellinger, E; Sigee, D; Corliss, J
      Interrelations between Si and P biogeochemical cycles - a new approach to the solution of the eutrophication problem

      HYDROLOGICAL PROCESSES
    77. Levich, AP
      Variational modelling theorems and algocoenoses functioning principles

      ECOLOGICAL MODELLING
    78. Cavelier, J; Tanner, E; Santamaria, J
      Effect of water, temperature and fertilizers on soil nitrogen net transformations and tree growth in an elfin cloud forest of Colombia

      JOURNAL OF TROPICAL ECOLOGY
    79. Chauvand, L; Jean, F; Ragueneau, O; Thouzeau, G
      Long-term variation of the Bay of Brest ecosystem: benthic-pelagic coupling revisited

      MARINE ECOLOGY-PROGRESS SERIES
    80. Worm, B; Reusch, TBH
      Do nutrient availability and plant density limit seagrass colonization in the Baltic Sea?

      MARINE ECOLOGY-PROGRESS SERIES
    81. Mortazavi, B; Iverson, RL; Landing, WM; Lewis, FG; Huang, WR
      Control of phytoplankton production and biomass in a river-dominated estuary: Apalachicola Bay, Florida, USA

      MARINE ECOLOGY-PROGRESS SERIES
    82. Mortazavi, B; Iverson, RL; Landing, WM; Huang, WR
      Phosphorus budget of Apalachicola Bay: a river-dominated estuary in the northeastern Gulf of Mexico

      MARINE ECOLOGY-PROGRESS SERIES
    83. Sommer, U
      Scarcity of medium-sized phytoplankton in the northern Red Sea explained by strong bottom-up and weak top-down control

      MARINE ECOLOGY-PROGRESS SERIES
    84. Duarte, CM; Terrados, J; Agawin, NSR; Fortes, MD
      An experimental test of the occurrence of competitive interactions among SE Asian seagrasses

      MARINE ECOLOGY-PROGRESS SERIES
    85. Lee, KS; Dunton, KH
      Effects of nitrogen enrichment on biomass allocation, growth, and leaf morphology of the seagrass Thalassia testudinum

      MARINE ECOLOGY-PROGRESS SERIES
    86. Granlund, K; Rekolainen, S; Gronroos, J; Nikander, A; Laine, Y
      Estimation of the impact of fertilisation rate on nitrate leaching in Finland using a mathematical simulation model

      AGRICULTURE ECOSYSTEMS & ENVIRONMENT
    87. Conley, DJ; Kaas, H; Mohlenberg, F; Rasmussen, B; Windolf, J
      Characteristics of Danish estuaries

      ESTUARIES
    88. Bledsoe, EL; Phlips, EJ
      Relationships between phytoplankton standing crop and physical, chemical, and biological gradients in the Suwannee River and Plume region, USA

      ESTUARIES
    89. Vadstein, O
      Heterotrophic, planktonic bacteria and cycling of phosphorus - Phosphorus requirements, competitive ability, and food web interactions

      ADVANCES IN MICROBIAL ECOLOGY, VOL 16
    90. Grover, JP
      Resource competition and community structure in aquatic microorganisms: experimental studies of algae and bacteria along a gradient of organic carbonto inorganic phosphorus supply

      JOURNAL OF PLANKTON RESEARCH
    91. Dobberfuhl, DR; Elser, JJ
      Elemental stoichiometry of lower food web components in arctic and temperate lakes

      JOURNAL OF PLANKTON RESEARCH
    92. Conde-Porcuna, JM
      Relative importance of competition with Daphnia (Cladocera) and nutrient limitation on Anuraeopsis (Rotifera) population dynamics in a laboratory study

      FRESHWATER BIOLOGY
    93. Pahlow, M; Riebesell, U
      Temporal trends in deep ocean Redfield ratios

      SCIENCE
    94. Kitayama, K; Majalap-Lee, N; Aiba, S
      Soil phosphorus fractionation and phosphorus-use efficiencies of tropical rainforests along altitudinal gradients of Mount Kinabalu, Borneo

      OECOLOGIA
    95. Brett, MT; Muller-Navarra, DC; Park, SK
      Empirical analysis of the effect of phosphorus limitation on algal food quality for freshwater zooplankton

      LIMNOLOGY AND OCEANOGRAPHY
    96. Boersma, M
      The nutritional quality of P-limited algae for Daphnia

      LIMNOLOGY AND OCEANOGRAPHY
    97. Moisander, PH; Paerl, HW
      Growth, primary productivity, and nitrogen fixation potential of Nodulariaspp. (Cyanophyceae) in water from a subtropical estuary in the United States

      JOURNAL OF PHYCOLOGY
    98. Lynn, SG; Kilham, SS; Kreeger, DA; Interlandi, SJ
      Effect of nutrient availability on the biochemical and elemental stoichiometry in the freshwater diatom Stephanodiscus minutulus (Bacillariophyceae)

      JOURNAL OF PHYCOLOGY
    99. Stolte, W; Kraay, GW; Noordeloos, AAM; Riegman, R
      Genetic and physiological variation in pigment composition of Emiliania huxleyi (Prymnesiophyceae) and the potential use of its pigment ratios as a quantitative physiological marker

      JOURNAL OF PHYCOLOGY
    100. Li, AS; Stoecker, DK; Coats, DW
      Mixotrophy in Gyrodinium galatheanum (Dinophyceae): Grazing responses to light intensity and inorganic nutrients

      JOURNAL OF PHYCOLOGY


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