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Scientific publications 2009

  1. Almany G [..Godhe A...] et al (2009) Permanent Genetic Resources added to Molecular Ecology Resources Database 1 May 2009-31 July 2009. Molecular Ecology Resources, 9:1460-1466. PubMed
     
  2. Andersen O, Wetten OF, De Rosa MC, André C, Alinovi CC, Colafranceschi M, Brix O, Colosimo A. (2009) Haemoglobin polymorphisms affect the oxygen-binding properties in Atlantic cod populations. Proceedings of the Royal Society B-Biological Sciences, 276 (1658): 833-841. PubMed
     
  3. Aspengren S, Sköld HN & Wallin M. (2009). Different strategies for color change. Cellular and Molecular Life Sciences 66:187-91. Invited review.
     
  4. Biressi A, Zou T, Dupont S, Dahlberg C, Di Benedetto C, Bonasoro F, Thorndyke M, Candia Carnevali MD. (2009) Wound-healing and arm regeneration in two brittlestar species (Echinodermata: Ophiuroidea): comparative morphogenesis and histogenesis. Zoomorphology. DOI 10.1007/s00435-009-0095-7
     
  5. Dahlberg C, Auger H, Dupont S, Sasakura Y, Thorndyke M, Joly JS. (2009) Refining the model system of central nervous system regeneration in Ciona intestinalis. PLoS One. 4(2): e4458. DOI:10.1371/journal.pone.0004458.
     
  6. Dupont S, Le Bon O, Linotte S. (2009) Selective pressure in Academic environment - Are you genetically determined to be a phD student in biology? Acta Psychiatrica Belgica. 109: 25-28.
     
  7. Dupont S & Thorndyke M (2009) Ocean Acidification and its impact on the early life-history stages of marine animals. CIESM, 2008. Impacts of acidification on biological, chemical and physical systems in the Mediterranean and Black Seas. N° 36 in CIESM Workshop Monographs [F. Briand Ed.], Monaco. pp. 89-98.Download in pdf  
  8. Dupont S & Thorndyke M. (2009) Impact of CO2-driven ocean acidification on invertebrates early life-history – What we know, what we need to know and what we can do. Biogeoscience. 6, 3109-3131. Discussion Paper.
     
  9. Dupont S, Thorndyke W, Thorndyke M, Burke R. (2009) Neural development of the brittlestar Amphiura filiformis. Development, Genes and Evolution. 219: 159-166. 
  10. Eriksson A, Mahjani B, Mehlig B. Sequential Markov coalescent algorithms for populationmodels with demographic structure. Theoretical Population Biology (2009) 76, 84.
     
  11. Fenandez-Ricaud L, Dalevi D, Blomberg A, Nerman, O. (2009) Testing of Chromosomal Clumping of Gene Properties. Statistical Applications in Genetics and Molecular Biology, 8:19
     
  12. Gaggiotti O, Bekkevold D, Jørgensen H, Foll M, Carvalho G, André C, Ruzzante DE. (2009) Disentangling the effects of evolutionary, demographic, and environmental factors influencing genetic structure of natural populations: Atlantic Herring as a case study. Evolution, 63: 2939–29.

  13. Geurden I, Jutfelt F, Sundell K. (2009) Growth, digestibility and intestinal fatty acid uptakes in rainbow trout following a period of vegetable oil feeding. Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology A, 152:552-559.

  14. Gombault A, Warringer J, Caesar R, Godin F, Vallée B, Doudeau M, Chautard H, Blomberg A, Bénédetti H. (2009) A phenotypic study of TFS1 mutants differentially altered in the inhibition of Ira2p or CPY. FEMS Yeast Research, 9:867

  15. Havenhand JN, Schlegel P. (2009) Near-future levels of ocean acidification do not affect sperm motility and fertilization kinetics in the oyster Crassostrea gigas. Biogeosciences, 6, 3009–3015.
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  16. Havenhand JN, Styan CA (2009) Reproduction and larvae/spore types. In: Dürr, S. & JC Thomason (eds) Biofouling. Wiley-Blackwell, Oxford. p 1-15.
     
  17. Hillebrand H, Gamfeldt L, Jonsson PR, Matthiessen B. (2009) Consumer diversity indirectly changes prey nutrient content. Marine Ecology Progress Series, 380: 33-41
     
  18. Härnström K, Karunasagar I, Godhe A. (2009) Phytoplankton species assemblages and their relationship to hydrographic factors—a study at the old port in Mangalore, coastal Arabian Sea. Indian Journal of Marine Sciences, 38(2): 224-235.
     
  19. Jagers P, Harding KC . (2009) Viability of small populations experiencing recurring catastrophes. Mathematical Population Studies, 16(3):177-198(22).
     
  20. Johannesson K. (2009) Inverting the null-hypothesis of speciation: a marine snail perspective. Evolutionary Ecology, 23 (1): 5-16.
     
  21. Jonsson PR, Pavia H, Toth G. (2009) Formation of harmful algal blooms cannot be explained by allelopathic interactions. Proceeding of National Academy of Science 106:11177-11182.
     
  22. Kemppainen P, Panova M, Hollander J, Johannesson K. (2009) Complete lack of mitochondrial divergence between two species of NE Atlantic marine intertidal gastropods. Journal of Evolutionary Biology, Vol 22(10), 2000-2011.
     
  23. Krantz M, Ahmadpour D, Ottosson L-G, Warringer J, Nordlander B, Blomberg A, Hohmann S, Kitano H. (2009) Robustness and fragility in the yeast High Osmolarity signal transduction pathway. Molecular Systems Biology, 5:281
     
  24. Kohler A, Böcker U, Sørhus I, Warringer J, Blomberg A, Omholt SW, Martens, H. (2009) Reducing inter-replicate variation in FTIR spectrosocopy by extended multiplicative signal correction (EMSC). Applied Spectroscopy, 63:296
     
  25. Liti G, Carter DM, Moses AM, Warringer J, Parts L, James SA, Davey RP, Roberts IN, Burt A, Koufopanou V, Tsai IJ, Bergman CM, Bensasson D, O'Kelly MJT, van Oudenaarden A, Barton DBH, Bailes E, Nguyen AN, Jones M, Quail MA, Goodhead A, Sims S, Smith F, Blomberg A, Durbin R, Louis EJ. Population genomics of domestic and wild yeasts. Nature (2009) 458: 337-341
    doi:10.1038/nature07743
     
  26. Logg K, Bodvard K, Blomberg A, Käll, M. (2009) Investigations on light induced stress in fluorescence microscopy using nuclear localization of the transcription factor Msn2p as reporter. FEMS Yeast Research, 9:875
     
  27. Melzner F, Gutowska MA, Langenbuch M, Dupont S, Lucassen M, Thorndyke MC, Bleich M, Pörtner HO. (2009) Physiological basis for high CO2 tolerance in marine ectothermic animals: pre-adaptation through lifestyle and ontogeny? Biogeosciences, 6, 2313-2331.Download in pdf
  28. Mertens, K.N., [..Godhe A...] et al. (2009) Lingulodinium machaerophorum process length variation in surface sediments. Marine Micropaleontology, 70: 54-69.
     
  29. Nilsson Sköld, H., Obst, M., Sköld, M. & Åkesson, B. (2009). Stem cells in asexual reproduction of marine invertebrates. Chapter 5. In Stem Cells In Marine Animals Eds: B. Rinkevich, V Matranga. Springer-Verlag, Berlin, Germany. p. 105-138. Invited review.
     
  30. Nyqvist A, André C, Gullstrom M, Baden SP, Aberg P. (2009) Dynamics of Seagrass Meadows on the Swedish Skagerrak Coast. AMBIO, 38 (2): 85-88
     
  31. Olsson KH, Kvarnemo C, Svensson O. (2009). Relative costs of courtship behaviours in nest-building sand gobies. Animal Behaviour 77:541-546.
     
  32. Partridge C, Ahnesjö I, Kvarnemo C, Mobley KB, Berglund A, Jones AG. (2009). The effect of perceived female parasite load on postcopulatory male choice in a sex-role-reversed pipefish. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 63: 345-454. doi: 10.1007/s00265-008-0668-3
     
  33. Pereyra RT, Bergstrom L, Kautsky L, Johannesson, K. (2009) Rapid speciation in a newly opened postglacial marine environment, the Baltic Sea. BMC Evolutionary Biology, 9:70.
     
  34. Ring A-K, Knutsen H, Fiani D, Hoelzel AR, André C. (2009) Development of ten microsatellite loci in the ling (Molva molva). Molecular Ecology Resources, 9:1401-1403.
     
  35. Sadedin S, Hollander J, Panova M, Johannesson K, Gavrilets S. (2009) Case studies and mathematical models of ecological speciation. 3: Ecotype formation in a Swedish snail. Molecular Ecology, 18, 4006-4023.
     
  36. Serrão, EA, Havenhand JN (2009) Fertilization strategies In: M.Wahl (ed) Marine Hard Bottom Communities. Springer, Heidelberg. p 149-164.
     
  37. Sundh H, Olsen RE, Fridell F, Koestan G, Evensen Ø, Glette J, Taranger GL, Myklebust R, Sundell K. (2009) The effect of hyperoxygenation and reduced flow in freshwater and subsequent IPN virus challenge in seawater, on the intestinal barrier integrity in Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar L.). Journal of Fish Disease. 32:687-698.

  38. Svensson JR, Lindegarth M, Pavia H. (2009) Equal rates of disturbance cause different patterns of diversity. Ecology, 90(2): 496-505.
     
  39. Svensson CJ, Pavia H, Aberg P. (2009) Robustness in life history of the brown seaweed Ascophyllum nodosum (Fucales, Phaeophyceae) across large scales: effects of spatially and temporally induced variability on population growth. Marine Biology, 156 (6): 1139-1148.
     
  40. Taylor R, Abrahamsson K, Godhe A,  Wängberg S-Å. (2009) Seasonal variability in polyunsaturated aldehyde production potential between strains of Skeletonema marinoi (Bacillariophyceae). Journal of Phycology, 45: 46-53.
     
  41. Ungfors A, McKeown NJ, Shaw PW, André C. (2009) Lack of spatial genetic variation in the edible crab (Cancer pagurus) in the Kattegat-Skagerrak area. ICES Journal of Marine Research, 66: 462-469.
     
  42. Wilson KH. (2009) The genome sequence of the protostome Daphnia pulex encodes respective orthologues of a neurotrophin, a Trk and a p75NTR: evolution of neurotrophin signaling components and related proteins in the bilateria. BMC Evolutionary Biology, Oct 6;9:243.
     
  43. Wood HL, Spicer JI & Widdicombe S. Ocean acidification alters macrofaunal mediated nutrient flux across the sediment boundary. Biogeosciences (2009) 6: 2015-2024
     
  44. Yilmaz A, [..Dupont S...] et al. (2009) Impacts of acidification on biological, chemical and physical systems in the Mediterranean and Black Seas. In Briand F (ed) N° 36 in CIESM Workshop Monographs. CIESM, Monaco. pp. 5-19.
     
  45. Åberg P, Svensson CJ, Caswell H, Pavia H. (2009) Environment-specific elasticity and sensitivity analysis of the stochastic growth rate. Ecological Modelling 220: 605-610

 

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