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1.  Responses to iron oxide and zinc oxide nanoparticles in echinoderm embryos and microalgae: uptake, growth, morphology, and transcriptomic analysis.LinkIT
Genevière AM, Derelle E, Escande ML, Grimsley N, Klopp C, Ménager C, Michel A, Moreau H
Nanotoxicology, 2020
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2.  The influences of phytoplankton species, mineral particles and concentrations of dispersed oil on the formation and fate of marine oil-related aggregates. 141786 S0048-9697(20)35315-8 10.1016/j.scitotenv.2020.141786 The formation and fallout of oil-related marine snow have been associated with interactions between dispersed oil and small marine particles, like phytoplankton and mineral particles. In these studies, the influences of phytoplankton species, mineral particle concentration, and oil concentration on the aggregation of oil in seawater (SW) were investigated. The experiments were performed in a low-turbidity carousel incubation system, using natural SW at 13 °C. Aggregation was measured by silhouette camera analyses, and oil compound group distribution and depletion by gas chromatography (GC-FID or GC-MS). Aggregates with median sizes larger than 500 ?m in diameter were measured in the presence of dispersed oil and the phytoplankton species Thalassiosira rotula, Phaeocystis globosa, Skeletonema pseudocostatum, but not with the microalgae Micromonas pusilla. When mineral particles (diatomaceous earth) were incubated at different concentrations (5-30 mg/L) with dispersed oil and S. pseudocostatum, the largest aggregates were measured at the lower mineral particle concentration (5 mg/L). Since dispersed oil rapidly dilutes in the marine water column, experiments were performed with oil concentrations of from 10 mg/L to 0.01 mg/L in the presence of S. pseudocostatum and diatomaceous earth. Aggregates larger than 500 ?m was measured only at the highest oil concentrations (10 mg/L). However, oil attachment to the marine particles were also measured at low oil concentrations (?1 mg/L). Depletion of oil compound groups (n-alkanes, naphthalenes, PAHs, decalins) were measured at all oil concentrations, both in aggregate and water phases, with biodegradation as the expected main depletion process. These results showed that oil concentration may be important for oil-related marine snow formation, but that even oil droplets at low concentrations may attach to the particles and be transported by prevailing currents. Copyright © 2020 The Authors. Published by Elsevier B.V. All rights reserved. Henry Ingrid A IA SINTEF Ocean AS, Environment and New Resources, Trondheim, Norway. Netzer Roman R SINTEF Ocean AS, Environment and New Resources, Trondheim, Norway. Davies Emlyn E SINTEF Ocean AS, Environment and New Resources, Trondheim, Norway. Brakstad Odd Gunnar OG SINTEF Ocean AS, Environment and New Resources, Trondheim, Norway. Electronic address: odd.g.brakstad@sintef.no. eng Journal Article 2020 08 22 Netherlands Sci Total Environ 0330500 0048-9697 IM Aggregation Dispersed oil Marine snow Mineral particles Phytoplankton Declaration of competing interest The authors declare that they have no known competing financial interests or personal relationships that could have appeared to influence the work reported in this paper. 2020 06 20 2020 08 12 2020 08 17 2020 9 6 6 0 2020 9 6 6 0 2020 9 5 20 9 aheadofprint 32890829 S0048-9697(20)35315-8 10.1016/j.scitotenv.2020.141786 32633916 NBK558824 10.1007/978-3-030-38281-0_12 Springer Cham (CH) The Pangenome: Diversity, Dynamics and Evolution of Genomes 2020 Tettelin Hervé H Department of Microbiology and Immunology, Institute for Genome Sciences, University of Maryland School of Medicine, Baltimore, MD, USA grid.411024.2 0000 0001 2175 4264 Medini Duccio D GSK Vaccines R&D, Siena, Italy 9783030382803 9783030382810 10.1007/978-3-030-38281-0 Internet Eukaryotic PangenomesLinkIT
Henry IA, Netzer R, Davies E, Brakstad OG, , Tettelin H, Medini D, , Richard GF
The Science of the total environment, 2020 Aug 22 The Science of the total environment Sci Total Environ The influences of phytoplankton species, mineral particles and concentrations of dispersed oil on the formation and fate of marine oil-related aggregates. 141786 S0048-9697(20)35315-8 10.1016/j.scitotenv.2020.141786 The formation and fallout of oil-related marine snow have been associated with interactions between dispersed oil and small marine particles, like phytoplankton and mineral particles. In these studies, the influences of phytoplankton species, mineral particle concentration, and oil concentration on the aggregation of oil in seawater (SW) were investigated. The experiments were performed in a low-turbidity carousel incubation system, using natural SW at 13 °C. Aggregation was measured by silhouette camera analyses, and oil compound group distribution and depletion by gas chromatography (GC-FID or GC-MS). Aggregates with median sizes larger than 500 ?m in diameter were measured in the presence of dispersed oil and the phytoplankton species Thalassiosira rotula, Phaeocystis globosa, Skeletonema pseudocostatum, but not with the microalgae Micromonas pusilla. When mineral particles (diatomaceous earth) were incubated at different concentrations (5-30 mg/L) with dispersed oil and S. pseudocostatum, the largest aggregates were measured at the lower mineral particle concentration (5 mg/L). Since dispersed oil rapidly dilutes in the marine water column, experiments were performed with oil concentrations of from 10 mg/L to 0.01 mg/L in the presence of S. pseudocostatum and diatomaceous earth. Aggregates larger than 500 ?m was measured only at the highest oil concentrations (10 mg/L). However, oil attachment to the marine particles were also measured at low oil concentrations (?1 mg/L). Depletion of oil compound groups (n-alkanes, naphthalenes, PAHs, decalins) were measured at all oil concentrations, both in aggregate and water phases, with biodegradation as the expected main depletion process. These results showed that oil concentration may be important for oil-related marine snow formation, but that even oil droplets at low concentrations may attach to the particles and be transported by prevailing currents. Copyright © 2020 The Authors. Published by Elsevier B.V. All rights reserved. Henry Ingrid A IA SINTEF Ocean AS, Environment and New Resources, Trondheim, Norway. Netzer Roman R SINTEF Ocean AS, Environment and New Resources, Trondheim, Norway. Davies Emlyn E SINTEF Ocean AS, Environment and New Resources, Trondheim, Norway. Brakstad Odd Gunnar OG SINTEF Ocean AS, Environment and New Resources, Trondheim, Norway. Electronic address: odd.g.brakstad@sintef.no. eng Journal Article 2020 08 22 Netherlands Sci Total Environ 0330500 0048-9697 IM Aggregation Dispersed oil Marine snow Mineral particles Phytoplankton Declaration of competing interest The authors declare that they have no known competing financial interests or personal relationships that could have appeared to influence the work reported in this paper. 2020 06 20 2020 08 12 2020 08 17 2020 9 6 6 0 2020 9 6 6 0 2020 9 5 20 9 aheadofprint 32890829 S0048-9697(20)35315-8 10.1016/j.scitotenv.2020.141786 32633916 NBK558824 10.1007/978-3-030-38281-0_12 Springer Cham (CH) The Pangenome: Diversity, Dynamics and Evolution of Genomes 2020
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3.  Consensus Mutagenesis and Ancestral Reconstruction Provide Insight into the Substrate Specificity and Evolution of the Front-End ?6-Desaturase Family.LinkIT
Li D, Damry AM, Petrie JR, Vanhercke T, Singh SP, Jackson CJ
Biochemistry, 2020
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4.  Trait-dependent variability of the response of marine phytoplankton to oil and dispersant exposure.LinkIT
Bretherton L, Hillhouse J, Kamalanathan M, Finkel ZV, Irwin AJ, Quigg A
Marine pollution bulletin, 2020
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5.  Idiopathic Purulent Pericarditis: A Rare Diagnosis.LinkIT
Kanwal A, Avgeropoulos D, Kaplan JG, Saini A
The American journal of case reports, 2020
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6.  Genome Resolved Biogeography of Mamiellales.LinkIT
Leconte J, Benites LF, Vannier T, Wincker P, Piganeau G, Jaillon O
Genes, 2020
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7.  Strong Seasonality in Arctic Estuarine Microbial Food Webs.LinkIT
Kellogg CTE, McClelland JW, Dunton KH, Crump BC
Frontiers in microbiology, 2019
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8.  Single cell ecogenomics reveals mating types of individual cells and ssDNA viral infections in the smallest photosynthetic eukaryotes.LinkIT
Benites LF, Poulton N, Labadie K, Sieracki ME, Grimsley N, Piganeau G
Philosophical transactions of the Royal Society of London. Series B, Biological sciences, 2019
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9.  Micromonas micros: A rare anaerobic cause of late implant failure following spinal surgery.LinkIT
Sobol GL, Shin JI, Vives MJ, Dever LL, Harris CB
The journal of spinal cord medicine, 2019
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