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|Cryophilic Diatoms Navicula glaciei and N. perminuta in Antarctic Coastal Environment. I. Morphology and Ecology|
MORPHOLOGY AND CHEMICAL COMPOSITION OF A NATURAL POPULATION OF AN ICE-ASSOCIATED ANTARCTIC DIATOM NAVICULA GLACIEI 1
VALVE AND BAND MORPHOLOGY OF SOME FRESHWATER DIATOMS. II. INTEGRATION OF VALVES AND BANDS IN NAVICULA CONFERVACEA VAR. CONFERVACEA 1 2
CALCIUM RELEASE FROM INTRACELLULAR STORES IS NECESSARY FOR THE PHOTOPHOBIC RESPONSE IN THE BENTHIC DIATOM NAVICULA PERMINUTA (BACILLARIOPHYCEAE)1
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
DIATOMS (BACILLARIOPHYTA) OF ISOLATED ISLANDS: NEW TAXA IN THE GENUS NAVICULA SENSU STRICTO FROM THE GALáPAGOS ISLANDS1
Temperature adaptation of RuBP carboxylase: kinetic properties in marine Antarctic diatoms
Uncovering the Antarctic Carbon Cycle
Marine Bacterioplankton Diversity and Community Composition in an Antarctic Coastal Environment
Are the diatoms Navicula sp. and Thalassiosira fluviatilis suitable to be fed to the benthic harpacticoid copepod Tisbe biminiensis?
Diatoms: faithful proxy indicators of climate change?
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