publication . Doctoral thesis . 2012

The Mechanisms of Calcification in Coccolithophores - The molecular basis of calcium and inorganic carbon transport in Emiliania huxleyi

Mackinder, Luke;
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  • Published: 23 May 2012
  • Country: Germany
Abstract
Coccolithophores are calcifying marine phytoplankton that through the fixation of inorganic carbon into calcite and particulate organic carbon play a fundamental role in global carbon cycles. As the CO2 concentration of the surface ocean increases through the anthropogenic release of CO2 by burning fossil fuels both a decrease in pH (ocean acidification) and a increase in dissolved inorganic carbon (ocean carbonation) are taking place. To understand the impact of these ocean changes on coccolithophores it is essential that we rapidly increase our knowledge of the cellular processes underlying coccolithophore physiology. This doctoral thesis focuses on the cellul...
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free text keywords: Mathematisch-Naturwissenschaftliche Fakultät, Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences, Coccolithophores, calcification, biomineralization, gene expression, Abschlussarbeit, doctoral thesis, Coccolithophores, calcification, biomineralization, gene expression, ddc:500
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publication . Doctoral thesis . 2012

The Mechanisms of Calcification in Coccolithophores - The molecular basis of calcium and inorganic carbon transport in Emiliania huxleyi

Mackinder, Luke;