Jens Nejstgaard
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Testing the direct effect of CO2 concentration on a bloom of the coccolithophorid Emiliania huxleyi in mesocosm experiments
A Engel, I Zondervan, K Aerts, L Beaufort, A Benthien, L Chou, B Delille, ...
Limnology and oceanography 50 (2), 493-507, 2005
Feeding and reproduction by Calanus finmarchicus, and microzooplankton grazing during mesocosm blooms of diatoms and the coccolithophore Emiliania huxleyi
JC Nejstgaard, I Gismervik, PT Solberg
Marine Ecology Progress Series 147, 197-217, 1997
The Alliance for Freshwater Life: A global call to unite efforts for freshwater biodiversity science and conservation
W Darwall, V Bremerich, A De Wever, AI Dell, J Freyhof, MO Gessner, ...
Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems 28 (4), 1015-1022, 2018
Counterintuitive carbon-to-nutrient coupling in an Arctic pelagic ecosystem
TF Thingstad, RGJ Bellerby, G Bratbak, KY Børsheim, JK Egge, M Heldal, ...
Nature 455 (7211), 387-390, 2008
Correcting for underestimation of microzooplankton grazing in bottle incubation experiments with mesozooplankton
JC Nejstgaard, LJ Naustvoll, A Sazhin
Marine Ecology Progress Series 221, 59-75, 2001
Integrating chytrid fungal parasites into plankton ecology: research gaps and needs
T Frenken, E Alacid, SA Berger, EC Bourne, M Gerphagnon, HP Grossart, ...
Environmental microbiology 19 (10), 3802-3822, 2017
Zooplankton grazing on Phaeocystis: a quantitative review and future challenges
JC Nejstgaard, KW Tang, M Steinke, J Dutz, M Koski, E Antajan, JD Long
Biogeochemistry 83 (1), 147-172, 2007
Predation by copepods upon natural populations of Phaeocystis pouchetii as a function of the physiological state of the prey
KW Estep, JC Nejstgaard, HR Skjoldal, F Rey
Marine Ecology Progress Series, 235-249, 1990
Optical control of fish and zooplankton populations
DL Aksnes, J Nejstgaard, E Sædberg, T Sørnes
Limnology and oceanography 49 (1), 233-238, 2004
Quantitative PCR to estimate copepod feeding
JC Nejstgaard, ME Frischer, P Simonelli, C Troedsson, M Brakel, ...
Marine Biology 153 (4), 565-577, 2008
A global agenda for advancing freshwater biodiversity research
A Maasri, SC Jähnig, MC Adamescu, R Adrian, C Baigun, DJ Baird, ...
Ecology letters 25 (2), 255-263, 2022
Current understanding of Phaeocystis ecology and biogeochemistry, and perspectives for future research
PG Verity, CP Brussaard, JC Nejstgaard, MA van Leeuwe, C Lancelot, ...
Biogeochemistry 83 (1), 311-330, 2007
Freshwater salinisation: a research agenda for a saltier world
D Cunillera-Montcusí, M Beklioðlu, M Cañedo-Argüelles, E Jeppesen, ...
Trends in Ecology & Evolution 37 (5), 440-453, 2022
Zooplankton growth, diet and reproductive success compared in simultaneous diatom-and flagellate-microzooplankton-dominated plankton blooms
JC Nejstgaard, BH Hygum, LJ Naustvoll, U Båmstedt
Marine Ecology Progress Series 221, 77-91, 2001
Molecular detection of algal prey in copepod guts and fecal pellets
JC Nejstgaard, ME Frischer, CL Raule, R Gruebel, KE Kohlberg, ...
Limnology and Oceanography: Methods 1 (1), 29-38, 2003
Production of DMSP and DMS during a mesocosm study of an Emiliania huxleyi bloom: influence of bacteria and Calanus finmarchicus grazing
M Levasseur, S Michaud, J Egge, G Cantin, JC Nejstgaard, R Sanders, ...
Marine Biology 126 (4), 609-618, 1996
Quantification of copepod gut content by differential length amplification quantitative PCR (dla-qPCR)
C Troedsson, P Simonelli, V Nägele, JC Nejstgaard, ME Frischer
Marine Biology 156 (3), 253-259, 2009
Utilisation of small-sized food algae by Calanus finmarchicus (Copepoda, Calanoida) and the significance of feeding history
Sarsia, 1999
Colloquium on diatom-copepod interactions
GA Paffenhöfer, A Ianora, A Miralto, JT Turner, GS Kleppel, MR d’Alcala, ...
Marine Ecology Progress Series 286, 293-305, 2005
Microzooplankton grazing and phytoplankton growth in marine mesocosms with increased CO2 levels
K Suffrian, P Simonelli, JC Nejstgaard, S Putzeys, Y Carotenuto, AN Antia
Biogeosciences 5 (4), 1145-1156, 2008
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