Brian Hopkinson
Brian Hopkinson
Associate Professor, Marine Sciences, University of Georgia
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Effect of ocean acidification on iron availability to marine phytoplankton
D Shi, Y Xu, BM Hopkinson, FMM Morel
Science 327 (5966), 676-679, 2010
3122010
Efficiency of the CO2-concentrating mechanism of diatoms
BM Hopkinson, CL Dupont, AE Allen, FMM Morel
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 108 (10), 3830-3837, 2011
2912011
Sizing up metatranscriptomics
MA Moran, B Satinsky, SM Gifford, H Luo, A Rivers, LK Chan, J Meng, ...
The ISME journal 7 (2), 237-243, 2013
1982013
The role of siderophores in iron acquisition by photosynthetic marine microorganisms
BM Hopkinson, FMM Morel
Biometals 22 (4), 659-669, 2009
1422009
Iron limitation across chlorophyll gradients in the southern Drake Passage: Phytoplankton responses to iron addition and photosynthetic indicators of iron stress
BM Hopkinson, BG Mitchell, RA Reynolds, H Wang, KE Selph, ...
Limnology and Oceanography 52 (6), 2540-2554, 2007
832007
Organic and redox speciation of iron in the eastern tropical North Pacific suboxic zone
BM Hopkinson, KA Barbeau
Marine Chemistry 106 (1-2), 2-17, 2007
832007
Microelectrode characterization of coral daytime interior pH and carbonate chemistry
WJ Cai, Y Ma, BM Hopkinson, AG Grottoli, ME Warner, Q Ding, X Hu, ...
Nature communications 7 (1), 1-8, 2016
772016
Iron transporters in marine prokaryotic genomes and metagenomes
BM Hopkinson, KA Barbeau
Environmental microbiology 14 (1), 114-128, 2012
732012
Effect of ocean acidification on cyanobacteria in the subtropical North Atlantic
MW Lomas, BM Hopkinson, JLLDE Ryan, DL Shi, Y Xu, FMM Morel
Aquatic Microbial Ecology 66 (3), 211-222, 2012
642012
Measures, CI, Hewes, CD, Holm-Hansen, O., and Barbeau, KA: Iron limitation across chlorophyll gradients in the southern Drake Passage: Phytoplankton responses to iron addition …
BM Hopkinson, BG Mitchell, RA Reynolds, H Wang, KE Selph
Limnol. Oceanogr 52 (6), 2540-2554, 2007
632007
The effect of CO2 on the photosynthetic physiology of phytoplankton in the Gulf of Alaska
BM Hopkinson, Y Xu, D Shi, PJ McGinn, FMM Morel
Limnology and Oceanography 55 (5), 2011-2024, 2010
582010
Localization of putative carbonic anhydrases in the marine diatom, Thalassiosira pseudonana
M Samukawa, C Shen, BM Hopkinson, Y Matsuda
Photosynthesis Research 121 (2-3), 235-249, 2014
562014
Quantification of extracellular carbonic anhydrase activity in two marine diatoms and investigation of its role
BM Hopkinson, C Meile, C Shen
Plant Physiology 162 (2), 1142-1152, 2013
562013
The physiology and genetics of CO2 concentrating mechanisms in model diatoms
BM Hopkinson, CL Dupont, Y Matsuda
Current Opinion in Plant Biology 31, 51-57, 2016
522016
Marine diatom proteorhodopsins and their potential role in coping with low iron availability
A Marchetti, D Catlett, BM Hopkinson, K Ellis, N Cassar
The ISME journal 9 (12), 2745-2748, 2015
452015
Heme uptake by Microscilla marina and evidence for heme uptake systems in the genomes of diverse marine bacteria
BM Hopkinson, KL Roe, KA Barbeau
Applied and environmental microbiology 74 (20), 6263-6270, 2008
452008
Interactive influences of iron and light limitation on phytoplankton at subsurface chlorophyll maxima in the eastern North Pacific
BM Hopkinson, KA Barbeau
Limnology and Oceanography 53 (4), 1303-1318, 2008
412008
A chloroplast pump model for the CO2 concentrating mechanism in the diatom Phaeodactylum tricornutum
BM Hopkinson
Photosynthesis Research 121 (2-3), 223-233, 2014
402014
Low temperature reduces the energetic requirement for the CO2 concentrating mechanism in diatoms
SA Kranz, JN Young, BM Hopkinson, JAL Goldman, PD Tortell, ...
New Phytologist 205 (1), 192-201, 2015
372015
Mechanisms of carbon dioxide acquisition and CO2 sensing in marine diatoms: a gateway to carbon metabolism
Y Matsuda, BM Hopkinson, K Nakajima, CL Dupont, Y Tsuji
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 372 …, 2017
352017
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