Scientific Publications using Walz Devices

Source: Google Scholar.
Keywords: (Walz OR Waltz) Effeltrich.
Date: February 7, 2024

Ʃ = 11227

Per Year

Source: Google Scholar.
Keywords: (Walz OR Waltz) Effeltrich.
Date: February 7, 2024.

Ʃ = 11227


Selected Publications



Ahn SH, Glibert PM, Heil CA: In hot water: interactions of temperature, nitrogen form and availability and photosynthetic and nitrogen uptake responses in natural Karenia brevis populations.

Harmful Algae, in press (

Allaf MM, Erratt KJ, Peerhossaini H: Comparative assessment of algaecide performance on freshwater phytoplankton: understanding differential sensitivities to frame cyanobacteria management.

Water Research 234: 119811 (

Briddon CL, Nicoară M, Hegedüs A, Niculea A, Bellerby R, Eikrem W, Crespo BG, Dupont S, Drugă B: Acclimation to various temperature and pCO2 levels does not impact the competitive ability of two strains of Skeletonema marinoi in natural communities.

Frontiers in Marine Science 10: 1197570 (

Hermann M, Peeters ETHM, van den Brink PJ: Heatwaves, elevated temperatures, and a pesticide cause interactive effects on multi-trophic levels of a freshwater ecosystem.

Environmental Pollution 327: 121498 (

Leung T, Swanner ED: Statewide assessment reveals spatiotemporal variability of iron in Iowa lakes.

Journal of Contemporary Water Research & Education 177: 2-16 (

Li J, Gao Y, Gao X, Glibert PM: Summer phytoplankton photosynthetic characteristics in the Changjiang river estuary and the adjacent East China Sea.

Frontiers in Marine Science 10: 1111557 (

Melo Rocha MA, Clemente A, Amorim Santos A, da Silva Melo J, Pestana CJ, Lawton LA, Capelo-Neto J: In situ H2O2 treatment of blue green algae contaminated reservoirs causes significant improvement in drinking water treatability.

Chemosphere 333: 138895 (

Wang S, Zhao Q, Yu H, Du X, Zhang T, Sun T, Song W: Assessing the potential of Chlorella sp. phycoremediation liquid digestates from brewery wastes mixture integrated with bioproduct production.

Frontiers in Bioengineering and Biotechnology (

Xiang R, Zheng B, Jia H: Effects of dissolved organic matter from sediment and soil samples on the growth and physiology of four bloom-forming algal species.

Ecotoxicology and Environmental Safety 263: 115266 (

Zhai C, Liang Y, Yu H, Ji Y, Chen X, Wang M, McMinn A: Ocean acidification alters the benthic biofilm communities in intertidal soft sediments.

Frontiers in Marine Science 10: 1117826 (

Zhang H, Xie Y, Zhang R, Zhang Z, Hu X, Cheng Y, Geng R, Ma Z, Li R: Discovery of a high-efficient algicidal bacterium against Microcystis aeruginosa based on examinations toward culture strains and natural bloom samples.

Toxins 15: 220 (


Dauda S: Physiological responses of chlorophyta microalgae under environmentally relevant copper concentrations: biomolecules, oxidative stress and photosynthesis.

Thesis Federal University of Sao Carlos

Li D, Kang X, Chu L, Wang Y, Song X, Zhao X, Cao X: Algicidal mechanism of Raoultella ornithinolytica against Microcystis aeruginosa: antioxidant response, photosynthetic system damage and microcystin degradation.

Environmental Pollution 287:117644 (

Lima AEV: Efeito da luz de LED branca, vermelha, azule e verde em parâmetros da fisiologia da cianobactéria Aphanocapsa holsatica: taxa de crescimento, producão de biomoléculas e biofixação do CO2.

Thesis Federal University of Sao Carlos

Lusty MW, Gobler CJ: Repeated hydrogen peroxide dosing briefly reduces cyanobacterial blooms and microcystin while increasing fecal bacteria indicators in a eutrophic pond.

Journal of Environmental Sciences 124: 522-543 (

Ma J, Wang P, Hu B, Wang X, Qian J: Synergistic promoting effect of increasing aquatic ammonium and CO2 on Microcystis aeruginosa.

Chemosphere 301: 134553 (

Mantovani M, Collina E, Marazzi F, Lasagni M, Mezzanotte V: Microalgal treatment of the effluent from the hydrothermal carbonization of microalgal biomass.

Journal of Water Process Engineering 49: 102976 (

Mogany T, Bhola V, Ramanna L, Bux F: Photosynthesis and pigment production: elucidation of the interactive effects of nutrients and light on Chlamydomonas reinhardtii.

Bioprocess and Biosystems Enigineering 4: 187-201 (

Rousso BZ, Bertone E, Stewart R, Aguiar A, Chuang A, Hamilton DP, Burford MA: Chlorophyll and phycocyanin in-situ fluorescence in mixed cyanobacterial species assemblages: Effects of morphology, cell size and growth phase.

Water Research 212: 118127 (

Sherwell S, Kalra I, Li W, McKnight DM, Priscu JC, Morgan-Kiss RM: Antarctic lake phytoplankton and bacteria from near-surface waters exhibit high sensitivity to climate driven disturbance.

Environmental Microbiology, in press (

Swanner ED, Wüstner M, Leung T, Pust J, Fatka M, Lambrecht N, Chmiel HE, Strauss H: Seasonal phytoplankton and geochemical shifts in the subsurface chlorophyll maximum layer of a dimictic ferruginous lake.

MicrobiologyOpen 11: e1287 (

Zepernick BN, Niknejad DJ, Stark GF, Truchon AR, Martin RM, Rossignol KL, Paerl HW, Wilhelm SW: Morphological, physiological, and transcriptional responses of the freshwater diatom Fragilaria crotonensis to elevated pH conditions.

Frontiers in Microbiology 13: 1044464 (


Bellucci M, Marazzi F, Musatti A, Fornaroli R, Turolla A, Visigalli S, Bargna M, Bergna G, Canziani R, Mezzanotte V, Rollini M, Ficara E: Assessment of anammox, microalgae and white-rot fungi-based processes for the treatment of textile wastewater.

PLOS ONE 16: e0247452 (

Fu W, Chaiboonchoe A, Dohai B, Sultana M, Baffour K, Alzahmi A, Weston J, Al Khairy D, Daakour S, Jaiswal A, Nelson DR, Mystikou A, Brynjolfsson S, Salehi-Ashtiani K: GPCR genes as activators of surface colonization pathways in a model marine diatom.

iScience 23: 101424 (

Huang Z, Chen B, Zhang J, Yang C, Wang J, Song F, Li S: Absorption and speciation of arsenic by microalgae under arsenic-copper co-exposure.

Ecotoxicology and Environmental Safety 213: 112024 (

Leung T: In-situ rapid monitoring of phytoplankton community to investigate role of iron during cyanobacterial dominance.

PhD-thesis Iowa State University 288651060

Leung T, Wilkinson GM, Swanner ED: Iron availability allows sustained cyanobacterial blooms: a dual-lake case study.

Inland Waters 11: 417-429 (

Lund-Hansen LC, Petersen CM, Haubjerg Søgaard D, Sorell BK: A comparison of decimeter scale variations of physical and photobiological parameters in a late winter first-year sea ice in Southwest Greenland.

Journal of Marine Science and Engineering 9: 60 (

Santos AA, Guedes DO, Barros MUG, Oliveira S, Pacheco ABF, Azevedo SMFO, Magalhães VF, Pestana CJ, Edwards C, Lawton LA, Capelo-Neto J: Effect of hydrogen peroxide on natural phytoplankton and bacterioplankton in a drinking water reservoir: mesocosm-scale study.

Water Research 197: 117069 (

Wang X, Balamurugan S, Liu S-F, Ji C-Y, Liu Y-H, Yang W-D, Jiang L, Li H-Y: Hydrolysis of organophosphorus by diatom purple acid phosphatase and sequential regulation of cell metabolism.

Journal of Experimental Botany 72: 2918-2932 (


Gleich SJ, Plough LV, Glibert PM: Photosynthetic efficiency and nutrient physiology of the diatom Thalassiosira pseudonana at three growth temperatures.

Marine Biology 167: 124 (

Kralles ZT, Ikuma K, Dai N: Assessing disinfection byproduct risks for algal impacted surface waters and the effects of peracetic acid pre-oxidation.

Environmental Science: Water Research & Technology 6: 2365-2381 (

Marazzi F, Bellucci M, Fantasia T, Ficara E, Mezzanotte V: Interactions between microalgae and bacteria in the treatment of wastewater from milk whey processing.

Water 12: 297 (

Salbitani G, Bolinesi F, Affuso M, Carraturo F, Mangoni O, Carfagna S: Rapid and positive effect of bicarbonate addition on growth and photosynthetic efficiency of the green microalgae Chlorella sorokiniana (Chlorophyta, Trebouxiophyceae).

Applied Sciences 10: 4515 (

Wang S, Yu J, Guo F, Pan G, Zhang L, Hu H, Lu Y, Dao G: Optimization of combined submerged macrophyte planting conditions for inhibiting algae by response surface methodology.

Water 12: 2093 (


Lin C-H, Glibert PM: Mixotrophy with multiple prey species measured with a multiwavelength-excitation PAM fluorometer: case study of Karlodinium veneficium.

Journal of Plankton Research 41: 46-62 (

Ma J, Wang P, Wang X, Paerl HW: Cyanobacteria in eutrophic waters benefit from rising atmospheric CO2 concentrations.

Science of the Total Environment 691: 1144-1154 (

Valdivia N, Pardo LM, Macaya EC, Huovinen P, Gómez I: Different ecological mechanisms lead to similar grazer controls on the functioning of periphyton Antarctic and sub-Antarctic communities.

Progress in Oceanography 174: 7-16 (

Valdivia N, Pardo LM, Macaya EC, Huovinen P, Gómez I: Different ecological mechanisms lead to similar grazer controls on the functioning of periphyton Antarctic and sub-Antarctic communities.

Progress in Oceanography, in press (


Huovinen P, Ramírez J, Gómez I: Remote sensing of albedo-reducing snow algae and impurities in the Maritime Antarctica.

ISPRS Journal of Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing 146: 507-517 (

Lin M: Harmful algae in Chesapeake Bay: A study focused on Karlodinium veneficum applying time series, physiological, and modeling approaches.

PhD-thesis, University of Maryland, USA (



Izagirre O, Serra A, Guasch H and Elosegi: Effects of sediment deposition on periphytic biomass, photosynthetic activity and algal community structure.

Science of The Total Environment 407: 5694-5700 (


Schmitt-Jansen M and Altenburger R: Community-level microalgal toxicity assessment by multiwavelength-excitation PAM fluorometry.

Aquatic Toxicology 86: 49-58 (


Kruskopf M and Flynn KJ: Chlorophyll content and fluorescence responses cannot be used to gauge reliably phytoplankton biomass, nutrient status or growth rate.

New Phytologist 169: 525-536 (


Jakob T, Schreiber U, Kirschesch V, Langner U and Wilhelm C: Estimation of chlorophyll content and daily primary production of the major algal groups by means of multiwavelength-excitation PAM chlorophyll fluorometry: performance and methodological limits.

Photosynthesis Research 83: 343-361 (


Van Der Grinten E, Janssen M, Simis GH, Barranguet C and Admiraal W: Phosphate regime structures species composition in cultured phototrophic biofilms.

Freshwater Biology 49: 1-13 (http://www3.interscience...)


Lürling M, Verschoor AM: Fo-spectra of chlorophyll fluorescence for the determination of zooplankton grazing.

Hydrobiologia 491: 145-157 (


Körner S and Nicklisch A: Allelopathic growth inhibition of selected phytoplankton species by submerged macrophytes.

J Phycol 38: 862-871 (http://www3.interscience...)

Schreiber U, Gademann R, Bird P, Ralph PJ, Larkum AWD and Kuehl M: Apparent light requirement for activation of photosynthesis upon rehydration of desiccated beachrock microbial mats.

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Nicklisch A and Köhler J: Estimation of primary production with Phyto-PAM-fluorometry.

Ann Report Inst Freshw Ecol Inland Fish Berlin 13: 47-60


Campbell D, Hurry V, Clarke AK, Gustafsson P and Öquist G: Chlorophyll fluorescence analysis of cyanobacterial photosynthesis and acclimation.

Microbiology and Molecular Biology Reviews, 62, 667-683 (

Schreiber U: Chlorophyll fluorescence: New instruments for special applications

Photosynthesis: Mechanisms and Effects (Garab G. ed) Vol. V, pp. 4253-4258 (CHLORO.pdf)


Kolbowski J and Schreiber U: Computer-controlled phytoplankton analyzer based on 4-wavelengths PAM chlorophyll fluorometer.

Photosynthesis: From Light to Biosphere.(Mathis P. ed.), Vol. V, pp. 825-828