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Grazing Experiments

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Description of files: Results from several grazing experiments using various strains of Emiliania huxleyi and the predator Oxyrrhis marina or Protoperidinium sp. Also results from experiments comparing the growth of haploid and diploid E. huxleyi under different nutrient conditions.

Authors: Elizabeth Harvey and Matthew Johnson

Files:
funcres_374oxy.xlsx
funcres_624oxy.xlsx
guava_scope_compare.xls
hapdim_nutrients.xlsx
oxygraze_strains.xlsx
protograze_strains.xlsx




File: 010213_nitric oxide grazing

About:  An experiment to look at the role of nitric oxide on grazing by Oxyrrhis marina on the diatom Phaeodactylum tricornutum

Authors: Johnson, MD; Vardi, A

010213_nitric_oxide_grazing_181684.xlsx




File: 070513_grazing (Cten_log_v_stat)

About: A grazing experiment to look at the role of growth state on grazing rates; using Chaetoceros tenuissimus as prey and Oxyrrhis marina as predator

Authors: Johnson, MD; Beaudoin, D

070513_grazing_(Cten_log_v_stat)_181704.xlsx




File: 100813_grazing_(Pt_log_v_stat)

About: A grazing experiment to look at the role of prey growth state and predator infochemicals on grazing rates; using Phaeodactylum tricornutum as prey and Oxyrrhis marina as predator

Authors: Johnson, MD; Beaudoin, D

100813_grazing_(Pt_log_v_stat)_181705.xlsx




File: 103013_Pt (stat)_grazing

About: A grazing experiment to look at the functional response of Oxyrrhis marina on a range of Phaeodactylum tricornutum concentrations (stationary phase)

Authors: Johnson, MD; Beaudoin, D

103013_Pt_(stat)_grazing_181724.xlsx



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