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  1. Understanding the Impact of Calcification on CO2 Movement in Tropical Seagrass Meadows
  2. Eelgrass Meadows' Role in Climate Control Revealed
  3. Seashore plant debris contributes to greenhouse gas emissions
  4. Seagrass and Calcareous Algae Together Boost Carbon Storage
  5. A simple way to estimate actual light exposure in seagrass meadows for better ecological assessment
  6. Sensitivity of Photosynthesis to Warming in Two Similar Species of the Aquatic Angiosperm Ruppia from Tropical and Temperate Habitats
  7. Experimental study reveals how calcifying algae can release CO2 in marine ecosystems
  8. Rising temps increase methane emission in seagrass meadows, jeopardizing carbon sink
  9. High Seasonal Variability in Sediment Carbon Stocks of Cold‐Temperate Seagrass Meadows
  10. Blue Carbon Storage Capacity of Temperate Eelgrass (Zostera marina ) Meadows
  11. Increased current flow enhances the risk of organic carbon loss from Zostera marina sediments: Insights from a flume experiment
  12. High midday temperature stress has stronger effects on biomass than on photosynthesis: A mesocosm experiment on four tropical seagrass species
  13. Climate Impact: Shading & Grazing Raise Methane & Sulphide in Seagrass beds
  14. How disturbance affects CO2 capture in tropical seagrass meadows
  15. Blue Carbon Storage in Tropical Seagrass
  16. Respiratory oxygen consumption in the seagrass Zostera marina varies on a diel basis and is partly affected by light
  17. Differences in Flood Survival among Mangrove Species
  18. Depth-specific fluctuations of gene expression and protein abundance modulate the photophysiology in the seagrass Posidonia oceanica
  19. Sediment Properties as Important Predictors of Carbon Storage in Zostera marina Meadows: A Comparison of Four European Areas
  20. Sediment characteristics as an important factor for revealing carbon storage in <i>Zostera marina</i> meadows: a comparison of four European areas
  21. Supplementary material to "Sediment characteristics as an important factor for revealing carbon storage in <i>Zostera marina</i> meadows: a comparison of four European areas"
  22. The role of O2 as an electron acceptor alternative to CO2 in photosynthesis of the common marine angiosperm Zostera marina L.
  23. Effects of shading and simulated grazing on carbon sequestration in a tropical seagrass meadow
  24. Acoustic monitoring of O2 production of a seagrass meadow
  25. Determining light suppression of mitochondrial respiration for three temperate marine macrophytes using the Kok method
  26. Photosynthetic responses to submergence in mangrove seedlings
  27. Photorespiration and Carbon Limitation Determine Productivity in Temperate Seagrasses
  28. Establishing Research Strategies, Methodologies and Technologies to Link Genomics and Proteomics to Seagrass Productivity, Community Metabolism, and Ecosystem Carbon Fluxes
  29. Photosynthetic activity of seagrasses and macroalgae in temperate shallow waters can alter seawater pH and total inorganic carbon content at the scale of a coastal embayment
  30. Effects of Ulva on seagrass productivity
  31. Effects of CO2enrichment on photosynthesis, growth, and nitrogen metabolism of the seagrassZostera noltii
  32. Seagrass ecophysiology meets ecological genomics: are we ready?
  33. A blueprint for blue carbon: toward an improved understanding of the role of vegetated coastal habitats in sequestering CO 2
  34. Alterations in seawater pH and CO2 affect calcification and photosynthesis in the tropical coralline alga, Hydrolithon sp. (Rhodophyta)
  35. Influence of combined changes in salinity and copper modulation on growth and copper uptake in the tropical green macroalga Ulva reticulata
  36. Seagrass photosynthesis enhances calcification of calcareous macroalgae
  37. The importance of grazing intensity and frequency for physiological responses of the tropical seagrass Thalassia hemprichii
  38. CHARACTERIZATION AND COMPARISON OF PROKARYOTIC EPIPHYTES ASSOCIATED WITH THREE EAST AFRICAN SEAGRASSES1
  39. Parallel changes in non-photochemical quenching properties, photosynthesis and D1 levels at sudden, prolonged irradiance exposures in Ulva fasciata Delile
  40. A screening procedure for the solubilization of chloroplast membrane proteins from the marine green macroalga Ulva lactuca using RP–HPLC–MALDI-MS
  41. The photosynthetic performance of the tropical seagrass Halophila ovalis in the upper intertidal
  42. Assessment of changes in the seagrass-dominated submerged vegetation of tropical Chwaka Bay (Zanzibar) using satellite remote sensing
  43. Buffer sensitivity of photosynthetic carbon utilisation in eight tropical seagrasses
  44. Productivity aspects of three tropical seagrass species in areas of different nutrient levels in Kenya
  45. Photosynthesis rates in cyanobacteria-dominated sub-tidal biofilms near Zanzibar, Tanzania
  46. Competition between macroalgae in rockpools
  47. A METHODOLOGICAL COMPARISON OF PHOTOSYNTHETIC OXYGEN EVOLUTION AND ESTIMATED ELECTRON TRANSPORT RATE IN TROPICAL ULVA (CHLOROPHYCEAE) SPECIES UNDER DIFFERENT LIGHT AND INORGANIC CARBON CONDITIONS1
  48. Heavy metal contamination in the Western Indian Ocean (a review)
  49. Bridging Science and Management in the Western Indian Ocean
  50. Inorganic carbon utilization in marine angiosperms (seagrasses)
  51. A buffer sensitive inorganic carbon utilisation system in Zostera marina
  52. Photosynthetic utilisation of carbon and light by two tropical seagrass species as measured in situ
  53. Measuring rates of photosynthesis of two tropical seagrasses by pulse amplitude modulated (PAM) fluorometry
  54. Photosynthetic responses in Zostera marina to decreasing salinity, inorganic carbon content and osmolality
  55. Photosynthetic utilisation of inorganic carbon by seagrasses from Zanzibar, East Africa
  56. PHOTOSYNTHETIC PROPERTIES OF PROTOPLASTS, AS COMPARED WITH THALLI, OF ULVA FASCIATA (CHLOROPHYTA)1
  57. Factors affecting protoplast yield of the carrageenophyte Solieria filiformis (Gigartinales, Rhodophyta)
  58. INDUCIBLE MECHANISMS FOR HCO3- UTILIZATION AND REPRESSION OF PHOTORESPIRATION IN PROTOPLASTS AND THALLI OF THREE SPECIES OF ULVA (CHLOROPHYTA)1
  59. Protoplast isolation fromUlva rigida(Chlorophyta)
  60. Role of carbonic anhydrase in photosynthesis and inorganic-carbon assimilation in the red alga Gracilaria tenuistipitata
  61. Inorganic-carbon assimilation in the green seaweed Ulva rigida C.Ag. (Chlorophyta)
  62. Effects of Growth Rate and Other Factors on Protoplast Yield from Four Species of Gracilaria (Rhodophyta)