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Effect of light and sediment grain size on the vertical migration of benthic diatoms
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Proceedings of the Fifth International Seaweed Symposium, Halifax, August 25–28, 1965. 1966;197-203   Crossref logo
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The importance of being fast: comparative kinetics of vertical migration and non-photochemical quenching of benthic diatoms under light stress
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Persistent, vertical-migration rhythms in benthic microflora. 1. The effect of light and temperature on the rhythmic behaviour of Euglena obtusa
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The influence of reduced light intensity on the response of benthic diatoms to herbicide exposure
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Influence of light quality and gassing on the vertical migration of diatoms inhabiting the Wadden Sea
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An unexpected grain size effect in diffusion induced grain boundary migration
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