Developing a New Trait-based Understanding of Microbial Communities Based on Metabolic and Elemental and Macromolecular Constraints
Dalhousie University, Canada
We are conducting a suite of laboratory experiments to quantify the relationship between growth rate and the macromolecular and elemental composition of key phytoplankton taxa across a range of cell sizes and taxonomic groups to facilitate the development, parameterization and testing of a new trait-based marine microbial growth model.
CBIOMES Collaborators in the Finkel Group
News from the Finkel Group
Recordings and microtalks from the Finkel Lab. Please note access to this page is restricted to CBIOMES associates. (more…)
“Housekeeping genes in the marine diatom Thalassiosira pseudonana“ Please note access to this page is restricted to CBIOMES associates. (more…)
“Traits influence dinoflagellate C:N:P” Please note access to this page is restricted to CBIOMES associates. (more…)
Phytoplankton Realized Niches Track Changing Oceanic Conditions at a Long-Term Coastal Station off Sydney Australia
by Helen Hill for CBIOMES CBIOMES researchers in the Dalhousie Group looking at changes in phytoplankton biogeography in response to changing climate find mean phytoplankton niches closely tracked changes in mean...