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  • Validation of a Dynamic Energy Budget (DEB) model for the blue mussel <i>Mytilus edulis</i>

    Saraiva, S.; van der Meer, J.; Kooijman, S.A.L.M.; Witbaard, R.; Philippart, C.J.M.; Hippler, D.; Parker, R. (2012)
    A model for bivalve growth was developed and the results were tested against field observations. The model is based on the Dynamic Energy Budget (DEB) theory and includes an extension of the standard DEB model to cope with changing food quantity and quality. At 4 different locations in the North Sea (Wadden Sea, Sean Gas Field, Oyster Grounds and Dogger Bank), labelled blue mussels Mytilus edulis were kept under natural conditions. Shell length was repeatedly measured for each mussel during t...

    <i>Sulfolobus</i> Spindle-Shaped Virus 1 Contains Glycosylated Capsid Proteins, a Cellular Chromatin Protein, and Host-Derived Lipids

    Quemin, E.R. J.; Pietilä, M.K.; Oksanen, H.M.; Forterre, P.; Rijpstra, W.I.C.; Schouten, S.; Bamford, D,H,; Prangishvili, D.; Krupovica, M. (2015)
    Geothermal and hypersaline environments are rich in virus-like particles, among which spindle-shaped morphotypes dominate.Currently, viruses with spindle- or lemon-shaped virions are exclusive to Archaea and belong to two distinct viral families. Thelarger of the two families, the Fuselloviridae, comprises tail-less, spindle-shaped viruses, which infect hosts from phylogeneticallydistant archaeal lineages. Sulfolobus spindle-shaped virus 1 (SSV1) is the best known member of the family and was...

    Exploring the calcium isotope signature of <i>Arctica islandica</i> as an environmental proxy using laboratory- and field-cultured specimens

    Hippler, D.; Witbaard, R.; van Aken, H.M.; Buhl, D.; Immenhauser, A. (2013)
    The calcium-isotope composition (delta Ca-44/40) of the aragonitic bivalve Arctica islandica grown in laboratory and field cultures was investigated in terms of environmental and biological controls to explore its potential as a palaeoceanographic proxy. While we found no significant effect of salinity on Ca-isotope fractionation, the relationship between Ca-44/Ca-40 ratios of A. islandica and temperature was best explained by a generalised additive model, which describes the temperature vers...

    Distribution of bacterial and archaeal ether lipids in soils and surface sediments of Tibetan lakes: Implications for GDGT-based proxies in saline high mountain lakes

    G√ľnther, F.; Thiele, A.; Gleixner, G.; Xu, B.Q.; Yao, T.; Schouten, S. (2014)
    Bacterial and archaeal lipids, such as glycerol dialkyl glycerol tetraethers (GDGTs) and dialkyl glycerol diethers, are increasingly used as proxies for specific environmental parameters, such as air temperature and soil pH in lacustrine environments. Little is known, however, about the distribution and applicability of bacterial and archaeal lipids on the Tibetan Plateau. We investigated nine different watersheds across the plateau by way of sediments from lakes and rivers, as well as the su...

    Non-native seagrass <i>Halophila stipulacea</i> forms dense mats under eutrophic conditions in the Caribbean

    van Tussenbroek, B.I.; van Katwijk, M.M.; Bouma, T.J.; van der Heide, T.; Govers, L.L.; Leuven, R.S.E.W. (2016)
    Seagrasses comprise 78 species and are rarely invasive. But the seagrass Halophila stipulacea, firstly recorded in the Caribbean in the year 2002, has spread quickly throughout the region. Previous works have described this species as invasive in the Caribbean, forming dense mats that exclude native seagrass species. During a reconnaissance field survey of Caribbean seagrass meadows at the islands of Bonaire and Sint Maarten in 2013, we observed that this species was only extremely dense at 5...
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