Forthcoming publications

Forthcoming articles are listed online shortly after acceptance. Prepress abstracts are also made available. These have not yet been fully checked and copyedited and are therefore subject to change before actual publication. The article is however citable as "in press", using the DOI.

Forthcoming articles

A 1806

Alcántara-Hernández RJ, Valdespino-Castillo PM, Centeno CM, Alcocer J, Merino-Ibarra M, Falcón LI

Genetic diversity associated to N cycle pathways in microbialites from Lake Alchichica, Mexico

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A 1807

Paulsen ML, Riisgaard K, St John M, Thingstad TF, Nielsen TG

Heterotrophic nanoflagellate grazing facilitates subarctic Atlantic bloom development

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A 1808

Nguyen TT, Robertsen EM, Landfald B

Viral assemblage variation in an Arctic shelf seafloor

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A 1809

Peltomaa E, Johnson MD

Mesodinium rubrum exhibits genus but not species level cryptophyte prey selection

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A 1810

Bif MB, Yunes JS

Distribution of the marine cyanobacteria Trichodesmium and its association with iron-rich particles in the SW Atlantic Ocean

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A 1811

Krabberød AK, Bjorbækmo MFM, Shalchian-Tabrizi K, Logares R

Exploring the oceanic microeukaryotic interactome with metaomics approaches

THEME SECTION: Progress and perspectives in aquatic microbial ecology: Highlights of the SAME 14, Uppsala, Sweden, 2015

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A 1812

Spiese CE, Sanford JL, Bowling MN, Tatarkov EA, Pinkney AL

Methanesulfonate supports growth as the sole sulfur source for the marine diatom Thalassiosira pseudonana NCMA 1335

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A 1813

Snider MJ, Biddanda BA, Lindback M, Grim SL, Dick GJ

Versatile photophysiology of compositionally similar cyanobacterial mat communities inhabiting submerged sinkholes of Lake Huron

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A 1814

Péquin B, Mohit V, Poisot T, Tremblay R, Lovejoy C

Wind drives microbial eukaryote communities in a temperate closed lagoon

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Last updated: January 16, 2017