A taxonomic review of the genus Phaeocystis
Methods used to reveal genetic diversity in the colony-forming prymnesiophytes Phaeocystis antarctica, P. globosa and P. pouchetii—preliminary results
The life cycle of Phaeocystis: : State of knowledge and presumptive role in ecology
Phaeocystis colony distribution in the North Atlantic Ocean since 1948, and interpretation of long-term changes in the Phaeocystis hotspot in the North Sea
Photosynthetic responses in Phaeocystis antarctica towards varying light and iron conditions
Effects of iron concentration on pigment composition in Phaeocystis antarctica grown at low irradiance
Evidence for high iron requirements of colonial Phaeocystis antarctica at low irradiance
The carbohydrates of Phaeocystis and their degradation in the microbial food web
The role of iron in the bacterial degradation of organic matter derived from Phaeocystis antarctica
The colonization of two Phaeocystis species (Prymnesiophyceae) by pennate diatoms and other protists: : A significant contribution to colony biomass
Zooplankton grazing on Phaeocystis: : A quantitative review and future challenges
The influence of Phaeocystis globosa on microscale spatial patterns of chlorophyll a and bulk-phase seawater viscosity
Haemolytic activity of live Phaeocystis pouchetii during mesocosm blooms
Phaeocystis and its interaction with viruses
Does Phaeocystis spp. contribute significantly to vertical export of organic carbon?
Vernal sedimentation trends in north Norwegian fjords: : Temporary anomaly in 234Th particulate fluxes related to Phaeocystis pouchetii proliferation
Environmental constraints on the production and removal of the climatically active gas dimethylsulphide (DMS) and implications for ecosystem modelling
Variability in abundance and fluxes of dimethyl sulphide in the Indian Ocean
Gaining integrated understanding of Phaeocystis spp. (Prymnesiophyceae) through model-driven laboratory and mesocosm studies
Current understanding of Phaeocystis ecology and biogeochemistry, and perspectives for future research