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Cryophilic Diatoms Navicula glaciei and N. perminuta in Antarctic Coastal Environment. I. Morphology and Ecology
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MORPHOLOGY AND CHEMICAL COMPOSITION OF A NATURAL POPULATION OF AN ICE-ASSOCIATED ANTARCTIC DIATOM NAVICULA GLACIEI 1
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VALVE AND BAND MORPHOLOGY OF SOME FRESHWATER DIATOMS. II. INTEGRATION OF VALVES AND BANDS IN NAVICULA CONFERVACEA VAR. CONFERVACEA 1 2
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CALCIUM RELEASE FROM INTRACELLULAR STORES IS NECESSARY FOR THE PHOTOPHOBIC RESPONSE IN THE BENTHIC DIATOM NAVICULA PERMINUTA (BACILLARIOPHYCEAE)1
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Marine tube-dwelling diatoms of the Pacific coast of North America. II. Navicula subg. Navicula and a key to the tube-dwelling diatoms of the region
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Temperature adaptation of RuBP carboxylase: kinetic properties in marine Antarctic diatoms
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Uncovering the Antarctic Carbon Cycle
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Marine Bacterioplankton Diversity and Community Composition in an Antarctic Coastal Environment
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Are the diatoms Navicula sp. and Thalassiosira fluviatilis suitable to be fed to the benthic harpacticoid copepod Tisbe biminiensis?
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Diatoms: faithful proxy indicators of climate change?
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