Silke Thoms
Silke Thoms
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Species‐specific responses of calcifying algae to changing seawater carbonate chemistry
G Langer, M Geisen, KH Baumann, J Kläs, U Riebesell, S Thoms, ...
Geochemistry, geophysics, geosystems 7 (9), 2006
4312006
Polysaccharide aggregation as a potential sink of marine dissolved organic carbon
A Engel, S Thoms, U Riebesell, E Rochelle-Newall, I Zondervan
Nature 428 (6986), 929-932, 2004
3352004
Methane production in aerobic oligotrophic surface water in the central Arctic Ocean
E Damm, E Helmke, S Thoms, U Schauer, E Nöthig, K Bakker, RP Kiene
Biogeosciences 7 (3), 1099-1108, 2010
1802010
Inorganic carbon acquisition in potentially toxic and non‐toxic diatoms: the effect of pH‐induced changes in seawater carbonate chemistry
S Trimborn, N Lundholm, S Thoms, KU Richter, B Krock, PJ Hansen, ...
Physiologia Plantarum 133 (1), 92-105, 2008
1382008
Determination of the rate constants for the carbon dioxide to bicarbonate inter-conversion in pH-buffered seawater systems
KG Schulz, U Riebesell, B Rost, S Thoms, RE Zeebe
Marine chemistry 100 (1-2), 53-65, 2006
1282006
Modelling carbon overconsumption and the formation of extracellular particulate organic carbon
M Schartau, A Engel, J Schröter, S Thoms, C Völker, D Wolf-Gladrow
Biogeosciences 4, 433-454, 2007
1252007
Cellular calcium pathways and isotope fractionation in Emiliania huxleyi
N Gussone, G Langer, S Thoms, G Nehrke, A Eisenhauer, U Riebesell, ...
Geology 34 (8), 625-628, 2006
1052006
Coccolith strontium to calcium ratios in Emiliania huxleyi: The dependence on seawater strontium and calcium concentrations
G Langer, N Gussone, G Nehrke, U Riebesell, A Eisenhauer, H Kuhnert, ...
Limnology and Oceanography 51 (1), 310-320, 2006
902006
Calcium isotope fractionation during coccolith formation in Emiliania huxleyi: Independence of growth and calcification rate
G Langer, N Gussone, G Nehrke, U Riebesell, A Eisenhauer, S Thoms
Geochemistry, Geophysics, Geosystems 8 (5), 2007
712007
FROM ELECTRON TO BIOMASS: A MECHANISTIC MODEL TO DESCRIBE PHYTOPLANKTON PHOTOSYNTHESIS AND STEADY‐STATE GROWTH RATES1
BMA Kroon, S Thoms
Journal of phycology 42 (3), 593-609, 2006
672006
Model of the carbon concentrating mechanism in chloroplasts of eukaryotic algae
S Thoms, M Pahlow, DA Wolf-Gladrow
Journal of theoretical biology 208 (3), 295-313, 2001
592001
The effect of iron availability on the regulation of inorganic carbon acquisition in the coccolithophore Emiliania huxleyi and the significance of cellular compartmentation for …
KG Schulz, B Rost, S Burkhardt, U Riebesell, S Thoms, DA Wolf-Gladrow
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 71 (22), 5301-5312, 2007
552007
Stability of a three-dimensional cubic fixed point in the two-coupling-constant φ 4 theory
H Kleinert, S Thoms, V Schulte-Frohlinde
Physical review b 56 (22), 14428, 1997
551997
Carbon and nitrogen fluxes in the marine coccolithophore Emiliania huxleyi grown under different nitrate concentrations
A Kaffes, S Thoms, S Trimborn, B Rost, G Langer, KU Richter, A Köhler, ...
Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 393 (1-2), 1-8, 2010
422010
A universal carbonate ion effect on stable oxygen isotope ratios in unicellular planktonic calcifying organisms
P Ziveri, S Thoms, I Probert, M Geisen, G Langer
Biogeosciences 9 (3), 1025-1032, 2012
402012
Numerical cell model investigating cellular carbon fluxes in< i> Emiliania huxleyi</i>
LM Holtz, D Wolf-Gladrow, S Thoms
Journal of theoretical biology 364, 305-315, 2015
332015
Hydrogen bonds and the catalytic mechanism of human carbonic anhydrase II
S Thoms
Journal of theoretical biology 215 (4), 399-404, 2002
332002
Large-order behavior of a two-coupling-constant φ 4 theory with cubic anisotropy
H Kleinert, S Thoms
Physical review d 52 (10), 5926, 1995
331995
Photophysiological responses of Southern Ocean phytoplankton to changes in CO2 concentrations: short-term versus acclimation effects
S Trimborn, S Thoms, K Petrou, SA Kranz, B Rost
Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 451, 44-54, 2014
322014
Two Southern Ocean diatoms are more sensitive to ocean acidification and changes in irradiance than the prymnesiophyte Phaeocystis antarctica
S Trimborn, S Thoms, T Brenneis, JP Heiden, S Beszteri, K Bischof
Physiologia plantarum 160 (2), 155-170, 2017
312017
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