KJ Flynn
KJ Flynn
Professor of Marine Biology, Swansea University
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Placing microalgae on the biofuels priority list: a review of the technological challenges
HC Greenwell, LML Laurens, RJ Shields, RW Lovitt, KJ Flynn
Journal of the royal society interface 7 (46), 703-726, 2009
7812009
Phytoplankton in a changing world: cell size and elemental stoichiometry
ZV Finkel, J Beardall, KJ Flynn, A Quigg, TAV Rees, JA Raven
Journal of plankton research 32 (1), 119-137, 2009
6212009
Phytoplankton blooms: a ‘loophole’in microzooplankton grazing impact?
X Irigoien, KJ Flynn, RP Harris
Journal of Plankton Research 27 (4), 313-321, 2005
3222005
Misuse of the phytoplankton–zooplankton dichotomy: the need to assign organisms as mixotrophs within plankton functional types
KJ Flynn, DK Stoecker, A Mitra, JA Raven, PM Glibert, PJ Hansen, ...
Journal of Plankton Research 35 (1), 3-11, 2012
2282012
Chlorophyll content and fluorescence responses cannot be used to gauge reliably phytoplankton biomass, nutrient status or growth rate
M Kruskopf, KJ Flynn
New Phytologist 169 (3), 525-536, 2006
2092006
End‐to‐end models for the analysis of marine ecosystems: challenges, issues, and next steps
KA Rose, JI Allen, Y Artioli, M Barange, J Blackford, F Carlotti, R Cropp, ...
Marine and Coastal Fisheries 2 (1), 115-130, 2010
1862010
Nitrogen sources for the growth of marine microalgae: role of dissolved free amino acids
KJ Flynn, I Butler
Marine Ecology Progress Series, 281-304, 1986
1761986
Nutritional status and diet composition affect the value of diatoms as copepod prey
RH Jones, KJ Flynn
Science 307 (5714), 1457-1459, 2005
1732005
The role of mixotrophic protists in the biological carbon pump
A Mitra, KJ Flynn, JM Burkholder, T Berge, A Calbet, JA Raven, E Granéli, ...
Biogeosciences 11 (4), 995-1005, 2014
1712014
Growth dynamics and toxicity of Alexandrium fundyense (Dinophyceae): the effect of changing N [ratio] P supply ratios on internal toxin and nutrient levels
EH John, KJ Flynn
European Journal of Phycology 35 (1), 11-23, 2000
1712000
Evidence for production of paralytic shellfish toxins by bacteria associated with Alexandrium spp.(Dinophyta) in culture.
S Gallacher, KJ Flynn, JM Franco, EE Brueggemann, HB Hines
Appl. Environ. Microbiol. 63 (1), 239-245, 1997
1651997
A mechanistic model for describing dynamic multi-nutrient, light, temperature interactions in phytoplankton
KJ Flynn
Journal of Plankton Research 23 (9), 977-997, 2001
1612001
Predator–prey interactions: is ‘ecological stoichiometry’sufficient when good food goes bad?
A Mitra, KJ Flynn
Journal of Plankton Research 27 (5), 393-399, 2005
1552005
Chemical and physical factors influencing toxin content
E Granéli, K Flynn
Ecology of harmful algae, 229-241, 2006
1532006
Modelling the interactions between ammonium and nitrate uptake in marine phytoplankton
KJ Flynn, MJR Fasham, CR Hipkin
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London. Series B …, 1997
1491997
Promotion of harmful algal blooms by zooplankton predatory activity
A Mitra, KJ Flynn
Biology letters 2 (2), 194-197, 2006
1452006
Modelling multi-nutrient interactions in phytoplankton; balancing simplicity and realism
KJ Flynn
Progress in Oceanography 56 (2), 249-279, 2003
1342003
Changes in pH at the exterior surface of plankton with ocean acidification
KJ Flynn, JC Blackford, ME Baird, JA Raven, DR Clark, J Beardall, ...
Nature climate change 2 (7), 510, 2012
1332012
Changes in toxin content, biomass and pigments of the dinoflagellate Alexandrium minutum during nitrogen refeeding and growth into nitrogen or phosphorus stress
K Fynn, JM Franco, P Fernández-Vila, B Reguera, M Zapata, G Wood, ...
Inter Research, 1994
1311994
Algal carbon–nitrogen metabolism: a biochemical basis for modelling the interactions between nitrate and ammonium uptake
KJ Flynn
Journal of Plankton Research 13 (2), 373-387, 1991
1311991
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