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    Acantharian cysts (unicellular organisms related to Radiolaria producing celestite the densest biomineral in the ocean) were abundant in deep sediment trap material in the Iceland Basin (Martin et al. 2010) and the Southern Ocean (Belcher et al. 2018).

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    Sedimentation of acantharian cysts in the Iceland Basin Strontium as a ballast for deep ocean particle flux and implications for acantharian reproductive strategies Limnology and Oceanography -

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    This "Cited by" count includes citations to the following articles in Scholar. Sedimentation of acantharian cysts in the Iceland Basin Strontium as a ballast for deep ocean particle flux and implications for acantharian reproductive strategies Further insights into how sediment redox status controls the preservation and composition of

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    Jun 25 2018 · The abundance and flux of acantharian cysts were recorded for a period of 12 months from December 2012 to 2013 in a sediment trap deployed at 1500 m in the north-eastern Scotia Sea Southern Ocean. Acantharia (radiolarian protists) are found globally have very dense celestite skeletons and form cysts which can sink rapidly through the water column.

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    Mar 08 2010 · Evidence suggests that at high latitudes rapid deep sedimentation of acantharian cysts recurs each spring. The cysts sink to depth to release gametes and then die.

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    Filters Author is Patrick Martin 2018. Martin P Lauro FM Sarkar A Goodkin NF Prakash S Vinayachandran PN.2018. Particulate polyphosphate and alkaline phosphatase activity across a latitudinal transect in the tropical Indian Ocean.

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    Abstract. Acantharian cysts were discovered in sediment trap samples from spring 2007 at 2000 m in the Iceland Basin.Although these single-celled organisms contribute to particulate organic matter flux in the upper mesopelagic their contribution to

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    Filters Author is Patrick Martin 2018. Martin P Lauro FM Sarkar A Goodkin NF Prakash S Vinayachandran PN.2018. Particulate polyphosphate and alkaline phosphatase activity across a latitudinal transect in the tropical Indian Ocean.

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    Sedimentation of acantharian cysts in the Iceland Basin Strontium as a ballast for deep ocean particle flux and implications for acantharian reproductive strategies Patrick Martin John T. Allen

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    Acantharian cysts were discovered in sediment trap samples from spring 2007 at 2000 m in the Iceland Basin.ud Although these single-celled organisms contribute to particulate organic matter flux in the upper mesopelagic ud their contribution to bathypelagic particle flux

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  • Sedimentation of acantharian cysts in the Iceland Basin

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    Martin et al (2010) Sedimentation of acantharian cysts in the Iceland Basin strontium as a ballas for deep ocean particle flux and implications for acantharian reproductive strategies. Limnol Oceanogr 55 604 CrossRef Google Scholar

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    The linkage method detected from 1 to 23 and 1 to 7 amplicon patterns in each acantharian and nassellarian cells for the V4 and V9 respectively (Table 1 Table S3). The results confirm that intra-individual polymorphism of the 18S rRNA is low or even absent in the acantharian and nassellarian cells.

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    Deep Sea Research Part I Oceanographic Research Papers 89 94103 2014. 14 2014. Sedimentation of acantharian cysts in the Iceland Basin Strontium as a ballast for deep ocean particle flux and impliions for acantharian reproductive strategies. P Martin JT

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    Sedimentation of acantharian cysts in the Iceland Basin Strontium as a ballast for deep ocean particle flux and implications for acantharian reproductive strategies. Limnology and Oceanography 55(2) 604-614. DOI 10.4319/lo.2010.55.2.0604

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    Sedimentation of acantharian cysts in the Iceland Basin Strontium as a ballast for deep ocean particle flux and implications for acantharian reproductive strategies Patrick Martin John T. Allen a Matthew J. Cooper a David G. Johns b Richard S. Lampitt a Richard Sanders a and Damon A. H. Teaglea

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    PLoS One 6 (8) e23526. Martin P Allen JT Cooper MJ et al. (2010) Sedimentation of acantharian cysts in the Iceland Basin Strontium as a ballast for deep ocean particle flux and implications for acantharian reproductive strategies. Limnology and Oceanography 55 604–614.

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    Sedimentation of acantharian cysts in the Iceland Basin Strontium as a ballast for deep ocean particle flux and implications for acantharian reproductive strategies Patrick Martin a John T. Allen a Matthew J. Cooper a David G. Johns b Richard S. Lampitt a Richard Sanders a and Damon A. H. Teaglea

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  • Intracellular Diversity of the V4 and V9 Regions of the

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    The linkage method detected from 1 to 23 and 1 to 7 amplicon patterns in each acantharian and nassellarian cells for the V4 and V9 respectively (Table 1 Table S3). The results confirm that intra-individual polymorphism of the 18S rRNA is low or even absent in the acantharian and nassellarian cells.

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    Sea belonging to acantharia or acantharian-like organisms. Acantharian-like sequences have also been reported in clone libraries from the Sargasso Sea (Moon-van der Staay et al. 2001 Not et al. 2007) from 2000 m at the Antarctic polar front (Lopez-Garcia et al. 2001) sediment collected from the mid-Atlantic ridge (Lopez-Garcia et al.

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    Acantharian cysts high flux occurrence in the Martin P Allen JT Cooper MJ Johns DG Lampitt RS Sanders R Teagle DAH (2010) Sedimentation of acantharian cysts in the Iceland Basin strontium as a ballast for deep ocean particle flux and implications for acantharian reproductive strategies.

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    Free-drifting sediment traps deployed at 400 1500 and 3200 m were used to collect particles near the US JGOFS Time-Series Station (31°49.5′N and 64°08.2′ W) in the Atlantic Ocean. Acantharian specimens isolated from our samples were abundant at the 400-m depth horizon and were rare to non-existent in our 1500-m traps.

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    Spore-like reproductive cysts of enigmatic organisms called acantharians rapidly sink from surface waters to the deep ocean in certain regions according to new research. Scientists suspect that

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