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Agriculture & Biology

Phaeophyceae
macroalgae
algae
Oomycetes
Dictyota
Rhodophyta
Chlorophyta
Ascension
Laminaria
Falkland Islands
iodine
Greece
biodiversity
Sebdenia
Aegean Sea
Halopteris
Phycodrys
pathogens
Asparagopsis
Bryopsidales
Dictyotales
Chaetomorpha
animal morphology
Caulerpa taxifolia
canopy
flora
bromine
Adriatic Sea
halogens
Acremonium
iodides
Antarctica
phylogeny
parasites
Bacillariophyceae
Mediterranean Sea
seawater
new species
thallus
infection
abiotic stress
squid
sewage
Ascomycota
transcriptome
pests
endangered species
oxidative stress
plankton
water

Medicine & Life Sciences

Phaeophyta
Kelp
Oomycetes
Iodine
Seaweed
Iodides
Diving
Islands
Bromine
Parasites
Macrocystis
Laminaria
Rhizaria
Halogens
Seawater
Polynesia
Plankton
Ecology
Expeditions
Bromides
Ice Cover
Phytoplankton
Biodiversity
Achromobacter denitrificans
Oxidative Stress
Poaceae
Life Cycle Stages
Cytoskeleton
Transcriptome
Climate Change
Genome
Cysts
Antarctic Regions
Complementary DNA
Antioxidants
Host Specificity
Hydrogen Peroxide
RNA
Ecosystem
Spores
Research
Water
Vitamins
Infection
Vanadium
Hydrobiology
Iodates
Chytridiomycota
Cell Wall
Comamonas testosteroni

Earth & Environmental Sciences

seaweed
green alga
brown alga
new record
pathogen
phytobenthos
RNA
deep water
alga
subantarctic region
red alga
parasite
body shape
biodiversity
community response
Neptune
remotely operated vehicle
flora
environmental change
macrophyte
endangered species
marine ecosystem
environmental effect
plankton
filamentous alga
phylogenetics
vulnerability
benthos
diatom
cephalopod
phosphate
phytoplankton
fungus
grass
marine environment
ecology
biogeography
arsenic
habitat
population structure
connectivity
fishery
polar region
climate change
introduced species
trajectory
scuba diving
mantle
community composition
biofilm