Risto Lignell
Risto Lignell
Marine Research Centre, Finnish Environment Institute
Verified email at ymparisto.fi
TitleCited byYear
Theoretical models for the control of bacterial growth rate, abundance, diversity and carbon demand
TF Thingstad, R Lignell
Aquatic Microbial Ecology 13 (1), 19-27, 1997
Nutrient limitation and grazing control of the Baltic plankton community during annual succession
K Kivi, S Kaitala, H Kuosa, J Kuparinen, E Leskinen, R Lignell, ...
Limnology and Oceanography 38 (5), 893-905, 1993
Fate of a phytoplankton spring bloom: sedimentation and carbon flow in the planktonic food web in the northern Baltic
R Lignell, AS Heiskanen, H Kuosa, K Gundersen, P Kuuppo-Leinikki, ...
Marine Ecology-Progress Series 94, 239-239, 1993
Excretion of organic carbon by phytoplankton: its relation to algal biomass, primary productivity and bacterial secondary productivity in the Baltic Sea.
R Lignell
Marine ecology progress series. Oldendorf 68 (1), 85-99, 1990
Beyond bulk properties: responses of coastal summer plankton communities to nutrient enrichment in the northern Baltic Sea
R Lignell, J Seppälä, P Kuuppo, T Tamminen, T Andersen, I Gismervik
Limnology and Oceanography 48 (1), 189-209, 2003
Problems in filtration fractionation of 14C primary productivity samples
R Lignell
Limnology and Oceanography 37 (1), 172-178, 1992
Summer dynamics of the coastal planktonic food web in the northern Baltic Sea
A Uitto, AS Heiskanen, R Lignell, R Autio, R Pajuniemi
Marine Ecology Progress Series 151, 27-41, 1997
Factors controlling phyto- and bacterioplankton in late spring on a salinity gradient in the northern Baltic.
R Lignell, S Kaitala, H Kuosa
Marine ecology progress series. Oldendorf 84 (2), 121-131, 1992
A comparative study of responses in plankton food web structure and function in contrasting European coastal waters exposed to experimental nutrient addition
Y Olsen, S Agustí, T Andersen, CM Duarte, JM Gasol, I Gismervik, ...
Limnology and oceanography 51 (1part2), 488-503, 2006
Species-specific responses of a cyanobacteria-dominated phytoplankton community to artificial nutrient limitation in the Baltic Sea
K Kangro, K Olli, T Tamminen, R Lignell
Marine Ecology Progress Series 336, 15-27, 2007
Specific affinity for phosphate uptake and specific alkaline phosphatase activity as diagnostic tools for detecting phosphorus-limited phytoplankton and bacteria
T Tanaka, P Henriksen, R Lignell, K Olli, J Seppälä, T Tamminen, ...
Estuaries and Coasts 29 (6), 1226-1241, 2006
Cytoplasmic reactive oxygen species and SOD1 regulate bone mass during mechanical unloading
D Morikawa, H Nojiri, Y Saita, K Kobayashi, K Watanabe, Y Ozawa, ...
Journal of Bone and Mineral Research 28 (11), 2368-2380, 2013
Intracellular partitioning of 14CO2 in phytoplankton during a growth season in the northern Baltic
K Lindqvist, R Lignell
Marine Ecology Progress Series 152, 41-50, 1997
Photochemical transformation of terrestrial dissolved organic matter supports hetero-and autotrophic production in coastal waters
AV Vähätalo, H Aarnos, L Hoikkala, R Lignell
Marine Ecology Progress Series 423, 1-14, 2011
Comparative analysis of food webs based on flow networks: effects of nutrient supply on structure and function of coastal plankton communities
Y Olsen, H Reinertsen, O Vadstein, T Andersen, I Gismervik, C Duarte, ...
Continental Shelf Research 21 (18-19), 2043-2053, 2001
Effects of inorganic nutrients, glucose and solar radiation on bacterial growth and exploitation of dissolved organic carbon and nitrogen in the northern Baltic Sea
R Lignell, L Hoikkala, T Lahtinen
Aquatic Microbial Ecology 51 (3), 209-221, 2008
A theoretical approach to the question of how trophic interactions control carbon demand, growth rate, abundance and diversity
TF Thingstad, R Lignell
Aquat Microb Ecol 13, 19-27, 1997
Changes in nutrient and carbon availability and temperature as factors controlling bacterial growth in the Northern Baltic Sea
L Hoikkala, H Aarnos, R Lignell
Estuaries and coasts 32 (4), 720-733, 2009
Seasonal dynamics of dissolved organic matter on a coastal salinity gradient in the northern Baltic Sea
L Hoikkala, T Lahtinen, M Perttilä, R Lignell
Continental Shelf Research 45, 1-14, 2012
L. ØVREA S, JK EGGE, T. LØVDAL, AND M. HELDAL. 2005. Use of non-limiting substrates to increase size; a generic strategy to simultaneously optimize uptake and minimize …
Ecol. Lett 8, 675-682, 0
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