Daniel B. Danielidis
Daniel B. Danielidis
Associate Professor
Verified email at biol.uoa.gr
TitleCited byYear
Cellulose, hemicelluloses, lignin and ash content of some organic materials and their suitability for use as paper pulp supplements
C Ververis, K Georghiou, D Danielidis, DG Hatzinikolaou, P Santas, ...
Bioresource Technology 98 (2), 296-301, 2007
Effects of pulsed nutrient inputs on phytoplankton assemblage structure and blooms in an enclosed coastal area
S Spatharis, G Tsirtsis, DB Danielidis, T Do Chi, D Mouillot
Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 73 (3-4), 807-815, 2007
VA Chepurnov, DG Mann, W Vyverman, K Sabbe, DB Danielidis
Journal of Phycology 38 (5), 1004-1019, 2002
Recurrent Pseudo-nitzschia calliantha (Bacillariophyceae) and Alexandrium insuetum (Dinophyceae) winter blooms induced by agricultural runoff
S Spatharis, DB Danielidis, G Tsirtsis
Harmful Algae 6 (6), 811-822, 2007
The application of a micro-algal/bacterial biofilter for the detoxification of copper and cadmium metal wastes
S Loutseti, DB Danielidis, A Economou-Amilli, C Katsaros, R Santas, ...
Bioresource technology 100 (7), 2099-2105, 2009
Dynamics of potentially harmful microalgae in a confined Mediterranean Gulf—Assessing the risk of bloom formation
S Spatharis, NP Dolapsakis, A Economou-Amilli, G Tsirtsis, DB Danielidis
Harmful algae 8 (5), 736-743, 2009
Removal of phosphate by the green seaweed Ulva lactuca in a small-scale sewage treatment plant (Ios Island, Aegean Sea, Greece)
P Tsagkamilis, D Danielidis, MJ Dring, C Katsaros
Journal of Applied Phycology 22 (3), 331-339, 2010
The systematics of Seminavis (Bacillariophyta): the lost identities of Amphora angusta, A. ventricosa and A. macilenta
DB Danielidis, DG Mann
European Journal of Phycology 37 (3), 429-448, 2002
Distribution survey of Cyanobacteria in three Greek caves of Peloponnese
V Lamprinou
International Journal of Speleology 41 (2), 12, 2012
Phytoplankton community structure in the lower reaches of a Mediterranean river (Aliakmon, Greece)
B Montesanto, S Ziller, D Danielidis, A Economou-Amilli
Arch. Hydrobiol 147 (2), 171-191, 2000
Limnological survey of Lake Amvrakia, western Greece
DB Danielidis, M Spartinou, A Economou-Amilli
Hydrobiologia 318 (3), 207-218, 1996
UVB radiation and depth interaction during primary succession of marine diatom assemblages of Greece
DBD R. Santas, Ch. Lianou
Limnol. Oceanogr 42 (5), 986-991, 1997
Influence of terrestrial runoff on phytoplankton species richness-biomass relationships: A double stress hypothesis
S Spatharis, D Mouillot, DB Danielidis, M Karydis, T Do Chi, G Tsirtsis
Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 362 (1), 55-62, 2008
New species and new combinations in the genus Seminavis (Bacillariophyta)
DB Danielidis, DG Mann
Diatom Research 18 (1), 21-39, 2003
Oscillatoria cf. agardhii var. isothrix SKUJA from the lakes of Amvrakia and Trichonis, Greece. A taxonomic consideration
K Anagnostidis, J Overbeck, D Danielidis
Arch. Hydrobiol 104 (2), 205-217, 1985
The show cave of Diros vs. wild caves of Peloponnese, Greece-distribution patterns of Cyanobacteria
V Lamprinou, DB Danielidis, A Pantazidou, A Oikonomou, ...
International journal of speleology 43 (3), 10, 2014
UV effects on invertebrate and diatom assemblages of Greece
S Reizopoulou, P Santas, D Danielidis, DP Häder, R Santas
Journal of Photochemistry and Photobiology B: Biology 56 (2-3), 172-180, 2000
Limnological survey of the warm monomictic lake Trichonis (central western Greece); I. The physical and chemical environment
T Tafas, D Danielidis, J Overbeck, A Economou-Amilli
Hydrobiologia 344 (1-3), 129-139, 1997
A niche-based modeling approach to phytoplankton community assembly rules
S Spatharis, D Mouillot, T Do Chi, DB Danielidis, G Tsirtsis
Oecologia 159 (1), 171-180, 2009
Potential mechanisms of coexistence between two globally important Pseudo-nitzschia (Bacillariophyta) species
E Smeti, DL Roelke, G Gremion, JM Linhart, DB Danielidis, S Spatharis
Hydrobiologia 762 (1), 89-101, 2015
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