Pangenomics reveal diversification of enzyme families and niche specialization in globally abundant SAR202 bacteria

Saw, J.H.W., Nunoura, T., Hirai, M., Takaki, Y., Parsons, R., Michelsen, M., Longnecker, K., Kujawinski, E.B., Stepanauskas, R., Landry, Z., Carlson, C.A., and Giovannoni, S.J. (2019) Pangenomics reveal diversification of enzyme families and nich specialization in globally abundant SAR202 bacteria. bioRxiv. https://doi.org/10.1128/mBio.02975-19

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Different carboxy-rich alicyclic molecules proxy compounds select distinct bacterioplankton for oxidation of dissolved organic matter in the mesopelagic Sargasso Sea

Liu, S., Parsons, R., Opalk, K., Bates, N., Giovannoni, S., Bolanos, L.M., Kujawinksi, E.B., Longnecker, K., Lu Y., Halewood, E., and Carlson, C.A. (2020) “Different carboxy-rich alicyclic molecules proxy compounds select distinct bacterioplankton for oxidation of dissolved organic matter in the mesopelagic Sargasso Sea.” Limnology and Oceanography 1-22 doi:10.1002/lno.11405

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mtDNA recombination indicative of hybridization suggests a role of the mitogenome in the adaptation of reef building corals to extreme environments

Banguera-Hinestroza E, Sawall Y, Al-Sofyani A, Mardulyn P, Fuertes-Aguilar J, Cárdenas-Henao H, Jimenez-Infante F, Voolstra CR, Flot J-F (2018) mtDNA recombination indicative of hybridization suggests a role of the mitogenome in the adaptation of reef building corals to extreme environments. bioRxiv 462069; doi: https://doi.org/10.1101/462069

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Deep sequencing of the viral phoH gene reveals temporal variation, depth-specific composition, and persistent dominance of the same viral phoH genes in the Sargasso Sea

Goldsmith, D.B., Parsons, R.J., Beyene, D., Salamon, P. and Breitbrt, M. 2015 “Deep sequencing of the viral phoH gene reveals temporal variation, depth-specific composition, and persistent dominance of the same viral phoH genes in the Sargasso Sea.” PeerJ 3, e997. https://doi.org/10.7717/peerj.997

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How good are we at assessing ocean acidification impact in coastal systems? Limitations, omissions and strengths of commonly used experimental approaches with a special emphasis on the neglected role of fluctuations

Wahl M, Saderne V, Sawall Y (2016) How good are we at assessing ocean acidification impact in coastal systems? Limitations, omissions and strengths of commonly used experimental approaches with a special emphasis on the neglected role of fluctuations. Marine and Freshwater Research, doi.org/10.1071/MF14154 (review article)

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A time-series view of changing surface ocean chemistry due to ocean uptake of anthropogenic CO2 and ocean acidification

Bates, N.R., Y.M. Astor, M.J. Church, K. Currie, J.E. Dore, M. González-Dávila, L. Lorenzoni, F. Muller-Karger, J. Olafsson, and J.M. Santana-Casiano. 2014. A time-series view of changing ocean chemistry due to ocean uptake of anthropogenic CO2 and ocean acidification. Oceanography 27(1):126–141, dx.doi.org/10.5670/oceanog.2014.16.

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Genome- and transcriptome-assisted development of nuclear insertion/deletion markers for Calanus species (Copepoda: Calanoida) identification

Smolina, I., Kollias, S., Poortvliet, M., Nielsen, T.G., Lindeque, P., Castellani, C., Møller, E.F., Blanco-Bercial, L., Hoarau, G. 2014. Genome- and transcriptome-assisted development of nuclear insertion/deletion markers for Calanus species (Copepoda: Calanoida) identification. Mol. Ecol. Res. in press (doi:10.1111/1755-0998.12241)

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Sea-ice melt CO2-carbonate chemistry in the western Arctic Ocean: meltwater contributions to air-sea CO2 gas exchange, mixed layer properties and rates of net community production under sea ice

Bates, N.R., Garley, R., Frey, K.E., Shake, K.L., and Mathis, J.T., 2014. Sea-ice melt CO2-carbonate chemistry in the western Arctic Ocean: meltwate contributions to air-sea CO2 gas exchange, mixed layer properties and rates of net community production under sea ice. Biogeosciences Discuss, 11, 1097-1145.

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Coral communities, in contrast to fish communities, maintain a high assembly similarity along the large latitudinal gradient along the Saudi Red Sea coast

Sawall Y, Al-Sofyani A, Kürten B, Al-Aidaroos AM, Hoang BX, Marimuthu N, Khomayis HS, Sommer U, Gharbawi WY, Wahl M (2014) Coral communities, in contrast to fish communities, maintain a high assembly similarity along the large latitudinal gradient along the Saudi Red Sea coast. Journal of Ecosystem and Ecography S4: 003. doi: 10.4172/2157-7625.S4-003

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Feedbacks and responses of coral calcification on the Bermuda reef system to seasonal changes in biological processes and ocean acidification

Bates, N.R., Amat, A., and Andersson, A.J., 2010. The interaction of carbonate chemistry and coral reef calcification: the carbonate chemistry coral reef ecosystem feedback (CREF) hypothesis. Biogeosciences, 7 (5), 2509-2530, doi:10.5194/bg-7-2509-2010. Corrigendum: Biogeosciences, 7 (10), 3005-3006, doi: 10.5194/bg-7-3005-2010.

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