Willem Stolte
Willem Stolte
Senior Advisor, Deltares, Delft
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Nutrient uptake and alkaline phosphatase (ec 3:1:3:1) activity of emiliania huxleyi (PRYMNESIOPHYCEAE) during growth under n and p limitation in continuousá…
R Riegman, W Stolte, AAM Noordeloos, D Slezak
Journal of phycology 36 (1), 87-96, 2000
2982000
Allelopathy in Alexandrium spp.: effect on a natural plankton community and on algal monocultures
GO Fistarol, C Legrand, E Selander, C Hummert, W Stolte, E GranÚli
Aquatic microbial ecology 35 (1), 45-56, 2004
2252004
Use of 16S ribosomal DNA for delineation of marine bacterioplankton species
A Hagström, T Pommier, F Rohwer, K Simu, W Stolte, D Svensson, ...
Applied and environmental microbiology 68 (7), 3628-3633, 2002
1972002
Effect of nitrogen source on the size distribution within marine phytoplankton populations
W Stolte, T McCollin, AAM Noordeloos, R Riegman
Journal of experimental marine Biology and Ecology 184 (1), 83-97, 1994
1551994
Effect of phytoplankton cell size on transient-state nitrate and ammonium uptake kinetics
W Stolte, R Riegman
Microbiology 141 (5), 1221-1229, 1995
1411995
Iron-mediated effects on nitrate reductase in marine phytoplankton
KR Timmermans, W Stolte, HJW De Baar
Marine Biology 121 (2), 389-396, 1994
1181994
GENETIC AND PHYSIOLOGICAL VARIATION IN PIGMENT COMPOSITION OF EMILIANIA HUXLEYI (PRYMNESIOPHYCEAE) AND THE POTENTIAL USE OF ITSá…
W Stolte, GW Kraay, AAM Noordeloos, R Riegman
Journal of Phycology 36 (3), 529-539, 2000
992000
Diffusive boundary layers of the colony‐forming plankton alga Phaeocystis sp.—implications for nutrient uptake and cellular growth
H Ploug, W Stolte, BB J°rgensen
Limnology and Oceanography 44 (8), 1959-1967, 1999
931999
Diffusive boundary layers, photosynthesis, and respiration of the colony‐forming plankton algae, Phaeocystis sp
H Ploug, W Stolte, EHG Epping, BB J°rgensen
Limnology and oceanography 44 (8), 1949-1958, 1999
571999
Mixotrophic protists and a new paradigm for marine ecology: where does plankton research go now?
KJ Flynn, A Mitra, K Anestis, AA AnschŘtz, A Calbet, GD Ferreira, ...
Journal of Plankton Research 41 (4), 375-391, 2019
532019
Solutions for ecosystem‐level protection of ocean systems under climate change
AM Queirˇs, KB Huebert, F Keyl, JA Fernandes, W Stolte, M Maar, S Kay, ...
Global Change Biology 22 (12), 3927-3936, 2016
512016
A MODEL APPROACH FOR SIZE‐SELECTIVE COMPETITION OF MARINE PHYTOPLANKTON FOR FLUCTUATING NITRATE AND AMMONIUM1
W Stolte, R Riegman
Journal of Phycology 32 (5), 732-740, 1996
511996
Ecological aspects of harmful algal in situ population growth rates
W Stolte, E GarcÚs
Ecology of harmful algae, 139-152, 2006
432006
Modeling the increase of nodularin content in Baltic Sea Nodularia spumigena during stationary phase in phosphorus-limited batch cultures
W Stolte, C Karlsson, P Carlsson, E GranÚli
FEMS Microbiology Ecology 41 (3), 211-220, 2002
422002
Utilization efficiency of nitrogen associated with riverine dissolved organic carbon (> 1 kDa) by two toxin-producing phytoplankton species
W Stolte, R Panosso, L┼ Gisselson, E GranÚli
Aquatic microbial ecology 29 (1), 97-105, 2002
412002
Stimulation of nitrogen-fixing cyanobacteria in a Baltic Sea plankton community by land-derived organic matter or iron addition
W Stolte, M Balode, P Carlsson, D Grzebyk, S Janson, I Lips, R Panosso, ...
Marine Ecology Progress Series 327, 71-82, 2006
382006
The relative preference index (RPI) for phytoplankton nitrogen use is only weakly related to physiological preference
W Stolte, R Riegman
Journal of plankton research 18 (6), 1041-1045, 1996
271996
Marine downscaling of a future climate scenario in the North Sea and possible effects on dinoflagellate harmful algal blooms
YF Friocourt, M Skogen, W Stolte, J Albretsen
Food Additives & Contaminants: Part A 29 (10), 1630-1646, 2012
262012
Predicting the population dynamics in Amoebophrya parasitoids and their dinoflagellate hosts using a mathematical model
PS Salomon, W Stolte
Marine Ecology Progress Series 419, 1-10, 2010
222010
A model system approach to biological climate forcing: the example of Emiliania huxleyi
R Riegman, W Stolte, AAM Noordeloos
NIOZ rapport, 1998
131998
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