Daniel GRZEBYK

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Institut : CNRS

GRADE : CR1

LIEU GEOGRAPHIQUE : MONTPELLIER



Publications

2013

Genovesi, B., et al. "Influences of sedimentation and hydrodynamics on the spatial distribution of Alexandrium catenella/tamarense resting cysts in a shellfish farming lagoon impacted by toxic blooms." Harmful Algae. 25 (2013): 15–25.
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Laabir, M., et al. "Influence of Environmental Factors on the Paralytic Shellfish Toxin Content and Profile of Alexandrium catenella (Dinophyceae) Isolated from the Mediterranean Sea." Marine Drugs. 11.5 (2013): 1583–1601.
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2011

Genovesi, B., et al. "Assessment of cryptic species diversity within blooms and cyst bank of the Alexandrium tamarense complex (Dinophyceae) in a Mediterranean lagoon facilitated by semi-multiplex PCR." Journal of Plankton Research. 33.3 (2011): 405–414.
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Laabir, M., et al. "Influence of temperature, salinity and irradiance on the growth and cell yield of the harmful red tide dinoflagellate Alexandrium catenella colonizing Mediterranean waters." Journal of Plankton Research. 33.10 (2011): 1550–1563.
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2010

Toulza, E., et al. "Gene Expression in Proliferating Cells of the Dinoflagellate Alexandrium catenella (Dinophyceae)." Applied and Environmental Microbiology. 76.13 (2010): 4521–4529.
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2009

Genovesi, B., et al. "Dormancy and germination features in resting cysts of Alexandrium tamarense species complex (Dinophyceae) can facilitate bloom formation in a shallow lagoon (Thau, southern France)." Journal of Plankton Research. 31.10 (2009): 1209–1224.
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Masseret, E., et al. "Unexpected Genetic Diversity among and within Populations of the Toxic Dinoflagellate Alexandrium catenella as Revealed by Nuclear Microsatellite Markers." Applied and Environmental Microbiology. 75.7 (2009): 2037–2045.
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