Teofil Nakov
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Diatoms of Lakes Prespa and Ohrid. About 500 taxa from ancient lake system. Iconographia Diatomologica 16
Z Levkov, S Krstic, D Metzeltin, T Nakov
Iconographia Diatomologica 16, 611, 2007
A preliminary multigene phylogeny of the diatoms (Bacillariophyta): challenges for future research
EC Theriot, M Ashworth, E Ruck, T Nakov, RK Jansen
Plant Ecology and Evolution 143 (3), 278-296, 2010
Accelerated diversification is related to life history and locomotion in a hyperdiverse lineage of microbial eukaryotes (Diatoms, Bacillariophyta)
T Nakov, JM Beaulieu, AJ Alverson
New Phytologist 219 (1), 462-473, 2018
Dissecting signal and noise in diatom chloroplast protein encoding genes with phylogenetic information profiling
EC Theriot, MP Ashworth, T Nakov, E Ruck, RK Jansen
Molecular phylogenetics and evolution 89, 28-36, 2015
Diatoms diversify and turn over faster in freshwater than marine environments
T Nakov, JM Beaulieu, AJ Alverson
Evolution 73 (12), 2497-2511, 2019
Phylogeny, ecology, morphological evolution, and reclassification of the diatom orders Surirellales and Rhopalodiales
EC Ruck, T Nakov, AJ Alverson, EC Theriot
Molecular phylogenetics and evolution 103, 155-171, 2016
Molecular phylogeny of the Cymbellales (Bacillariophyceae, Heterokontophyta) with a comparison of models for accommodating rate variation across sites
T Nakov, EC Ruck, Y Galachyants, SA Spaulding, EC Theriot
Phycologia 53 (4), 359-373, 2014
Towards a phylogenetic classification of species belonging to the diatom genus Cyclotella (Bacillariophyceae): Transfer of species formerly placed in Puncticulata, Handmannia …
T Nakov, W Guillory, M Julius, E Theriot, A Alverson
Phytotaxa 217 (3), 249–264-249–264, 2015
Serial gene losses and foreign DNA underlie size and sequence variation in the plastid genomes of diatoms
EC Ruck, T Nakov, RK Jansen, EC Theriot, AJ Alverson
Genome Biology and Evolution 6 (3), 644-654, 2014
Revisiting Ross and Sims (1971): toward a molecular phylogeny of the Biddulphiaceae and Eupodiscaceae (Bacillariophyceae)
MP Ashworth, T Nakov, EC Theriot
Journal of Phycology 49 (6), 1207-1222, 2013
Phylogenomics reveals an extensive history of genome duplication in diatoms (Bacillariophyta)
MB Parks, T Nakov, EC Ruck, NJ Wickett, AJ Alverson
American journal of botany 105 (3), 330-347, 2018
Diatom assemblages on Shara and Nidze Mountains, Macedonia
Z Levkov, S Krstic, T Nakov, L Melovski
Nova Hedwigia 81 (3-4), 501-537, 2005
Status of the pursuit of the diatom phylogeny: are traditional views and new molecular paradigms really that different?
EC Theriot, E Ruck, M Ashworth, T Nakov, RK Jansen
The diatom world, 119-142, 2011
Mare Incognitum: A Glimpse into Future Plankton Diversity and Ecology Research
G Chust, M Vogt, F Benedetti, T Nakov, S Villeger, A Aubert, SM Vallina, ...
Frontiers in Marine Science 4, 68, 2017
Insights into global planktonic diatom diversity: The importance of comparisons between phylogenetically equivalent units that account for time
T Nakov, JM Beaulieu, AJ Alverson
The ISME journal 12 (11), 2807-2810, 2018
Comparative analysis of the interaction between habitat and growth form in diatoms
T Nakov, M Ashworth, EC Theriot
The ISME Journal 9 (1), 246-255, 2015
Observations of the genus Diploneis from Lake Ohrid, Macedonia
E Jovanovska, T Nakov, Z Levkov
Diatom Research 28 (3), 237-262, 2013
Nomenclatural transfers associated with the phylogenetic reclassification of the Surirellales and Rhopalodiales
EC Ruck, T Nakov, AJ Alverson, EC Theriot
Notulae Algarum, 1-4, 2016
Strain-specific transcriptional responses overshadow salinity effects in a marine diatom sampled along the Baltic Sea salinity cline
E Pinseel, T Nakov, K Van den Berge, KM Downey, KJ Judy, ...
The ISME Journal 16 (7), 1776-1787, 2022
Recurrent loss, horizontal transfer, and the obscure origins of mitochondrial introns in diatoms (Bacillariophyta)
WX Guillory, A Onyshchenko, EC Ruck, M Parks, T Nakov, NJ Wickett, ...
Genome biology and evolution 10 (6), 1504-1515, 2018
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