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Pokrzywinski, K.L., Warner, M.E., Coyne, K.J., Impacts of the bacterial algicide IRI-160AA on cell cycle progression and nuclear function in dinoflagellates: Karlodinium veneficum, Gyrodinium instriatum and Prorocentrum minimum. In preparation. Intended journal: PNAS

Berges, J.A., Pokrzywinski, K.L., Quinlan, J., Guinn, E., von Korff, B., Young, E.B. Silicate cycling in nearshore aquatic systems: the neglected role of macrophytes and their epiphytes. In preparation. Intended journal: Limnology and Oceanography

Pokrzywinski, K.L., Warner, M.E., Coyne, K.J., Induction of programmed cell death in dinoflagellates following exposure to bacterial algicide IRI-160AA. Submitted: September, 2013, Journal of Applied Phycology.

Tilney, C.L., Pokrzywinski, K.L., Coyne, K.J., Warner, M.E., Growth, death and photobiology of dinoflagellates (dinophyceae) under bacterial-algicide control. Submitted: September, 2013, Journal of Phycology.

Pokrzywinski, K.L., Place, A.R., Warner, M.E., and Coyne, K.J., 2012. Investigation of the algicidal exudate produced by Shewanella sp. IRI-160 and its effect on dinoflagellates. Harmful Algae. 19:23-29.



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