2 edition of Cell cycle controls in marine phytoplankton found in the catalog.
Cell cycle controls in marine phytoplankton
|Statement||by Daniel Vaulot.|
|Series||WHOI / Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution -- 85-10., WHOI (Series) -- 85-10., Doctoral dissertation (Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||268 p. :|
|Number of Pages||268|
Phytoplankton are microscopic marine algae. Phytoplankton is the base of several aquatic food webs. In a balanced ecosystem, they provide food for a wide range of sea creatures including whales, shrimp, snails, and jellyfish. Phytoplankton, also known as microalgae, are similar to terrestrial plants in that they contain chlorophyll and require. Eukaryotic phytoplankton are thought to take up Fe solely through a saturable transport system in which Fe binds to a surface receptor and is subsequently internalized across the cell .
Effects of phytoplankton cell size and chloride concentration on the bioaccumulation of methylmercury in marine phytoplankton. Environ. Toxicol – doi: /tox [Google Scholar] Lamborg CH, Bowman K, Hammerschmidt C, Gilmour C, Munson K, Selin N, and Tseng C-M. Mercury in the anthropocene ocean. Cell viability, pigments and photosynthetic performance of Arctic phytoplankton in contrasting ice-covered and open-water conditions during the spring-summer transition. Marine Ecology Progress Series, Vol. , Issue., p. Cited by:
Microbial strains used in this study and growth conditions. All phytoplankton strains were maintained and grown on a light:dark cycle regime in temperature controlled lightbox incubators (Percival Scientific, Boone, IA, USA) using cool white fluorescent bulbs and a photon flux in the range of 25– microeinsteins per second per square meter (μE m −2 s −1) specified for each by: The study of phytoplankton in the context of their life cycle characteristics opens up new opportunities to address fundamental questions about the physiology and cell biology of these important organisms and creates a new evolutionary and ecological framework for defining phytoplankton functional by:
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Vaulot D, Olson RJ, Chisholm SW () Light and dark control of the cell cycle in two phytoplankton species. Exp Cell Res 38–52 PubMed CrossRef Google Scholar Vaulot D, Olson RJ, Merkel SM, Chisholm SW () Cell cycle response to nutrient starvation in two marine phytoplankton by: Exp.
Cell Res () Light control of phytoplankton cell cycle 51 In summary, H. carterae possesses only one cell cycle segment controlled by light, located in Gl, while T. weissflogii has two such segments, one in Gl and the other in G2+ by: Lin, S.
() Studies on three cell cycle proteins (PCNA, p34cdc2, and cyclin B) as potential cell cycle markers for estimating species-specific growth rates of marine phytoplankton. PhD dissertation of State University of New York at Stony Brook, pp. Google ScholarCited by: D. Vaulot - Phytoplankton cell cycle - 3 the highly conserved nature of cell cycle components.
This allowed the reconstruction of the basic engine of the cell cycle (Figure 2). Phytoplankton are some of the smallest marine organisms. Still, they are one of the most important players in the marine environment.
They are the basis of many marine food webs and, at the same time, sequester as much carbon dioxide as all terrestrial plants : Laura Käse, Jana K. Geuer. Cell cycle-related and endogenously controlled circadian photo synthetic rhythms in Euglena.
Plant Physiol. – Plant Physiol. – PubMed CrossRef Google ScholarCited by: Phytoplankton Community Marine Phytoplankton Pelagic Ecosystem Florida Lake Phytoplankton Size These keywords were added by machine and not by the authors.
This process is experimental and the keywords may be updated as the learning algorithm improves. The cell division patterns of 11 species of marine phytoplankton were analyzed in cultures maintained in a 10 light: dark cycle followed by 3 days of continuous illumination.
All species except two diatom clones showed “typical” phased or synchronized division on the light:dark regime, although the timing of division relative to the Cited by: from book Chlorophyll a Fluorescence in Aquatic Sciences.
Flow Cytometry in Phytoplankton Research. Heidi M. Sosik, Robert J. Olson, and E. Virginia Armbrust cell cycle status. and gro.  It is possible that at >48 μM nitrate, phytoplankton metabolism changes in response to higher nutrient levels as at 88N:1P the cell growth had a shorter lag than in the other regimes.
Alternatively, it may be the effect of external experiment factors as overall growth rate in the 88N:1P regime was unexpectedly lower than the 48N:1P by: 7.
Whole cell metallomes of various phytoplankton. Control group for every marine species contained only Aquil as growth medium, and for C. reinhardtii contained HSMA as growth media. Tl group contained growth media supplemented with ng L −1 Tl(I). *: p : Qiong Zhang, Rosalind E.M. Rickaby. Exp Cell Res.
Nov;(1) Light and dark control of the cell cycle in two marine phytoplankton species. Vaulot D, Olson RJ, Chisholm by: Interrelated influence of iron, light and cell size on marine phytoplankton growth. the primary parameter that controls Fe uptake in eukaryotic marine algae 8, 12, Cited by: The developments in the combination of flow cytometry and immunology as a tool to identify, count and examine marine phytoplankton cells are reviewed.
The concepts of immunology and flow cytometry. factors exert key controls on phytoplankton growth and mortality, internal factors such as life cycle traits (D’alelio et al.,) or control of cell death (Biddle&Falkowski,)ﬁne.
Vaulot D, Olson RJ, Chisholm SW. Light and dark control of the cell cycle in two marine phytoplankton species.
Exp Cell Res. ; – doi: /(86) Mann DG, Stickle AJ. The genus Craticula. Diatom Res. ; 6 (1)– Mann by: Marine phytoplankton have a crucial role in Earth's biogeochemical cycles, and form the basis of marine ecosystems. Colours depict the number of measurements per 5° × 5° cell (ln Cited by: These results suggest that in both species, light control of cell cycle progression is effective only over a restricted part of the cell cycle, as has been hypothesized by Spudich & Sager (J cell.
What Controls Phytoplankton Production in Nutrient-Rich Areas of the Open Sea - American-Society-of-Limnology-and-Oceanography Symposium - February San-Marcos, California - Preface. Limnology and Oceanography, 36, UU presented at the Dec. It is well known that cell division in many species of phytoplankton is tightly linked to the daily cycle of light and dark (Chisholm, ), so iron-enriched cells which are "healthier" and able to grow faster than ironstressed cells might still divide only once per by:.
Control of the Cell Cycle; Cancer and the Cell Cycle; Prokaryotic Cell Division; Key Terms low in pressure, and stable in temperature. Phytoplankton and floating Sargassum (a type of free-floating marine seaweed) provide a habitat for some sea life found in the neritic zone.
Zooplankton, protists, small fishes, and shrimp are.Phytoplankton participates to the global carbon cycle through the so-called biological pump, by fixing carbon, a portion of which is subsequently sequestered at depth.
Carbon is ultimately buried at the sea floor for centuries or longer (Falkowski, ). Phytoplankton is also at the base of virtually all marine food webs.PHYTOPLANKTON ID GUIDE – Lesson 1: Phytoplankton Microscopy Lab (10 in Inner Box) The Invisible ABCs reference book (elementary school level) Sea Soup reference books (middle to high school level) o Sea Soup Phytoplankton, Sea Soup Zooplankton, and Sea Soup Teacher’s Guide