Selected Publications Utilizing Equipment from PyroScience


In situ quantification of ultra-low O2 concentrations in oxygen minimum zones: Application of novel optodes
Larsen et al., Limnology and Oceanography: Methods

Differences in diet-induced flexibility in morphology and growth in a partially migratory species
Van Leeuwen et al., 2016, Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences

Influence of Oxygen and Mediators on Laccase-Catalyzed Polymerization of Lignosulfonate
Huber et al., 2016, ACS Sustainable Chemistry & Engineering,

Let the substrate flow, not the enzyme: Practical immobilization of d-amino acid oxidase in a glass microreactor for effective biocatalytic conversions
Bolivar et al., 2016, Biotechnology and Bioengineering

Intermittent Hypoxia and Prolonged Suboxia Measured In situ in a Marine Sponge
Lavy et al., 2016, Frontiers in Marine Science

Effect of elevated carbon dioxide on shoal familiarity and metabolism in a coral reef fish
Nadler et al., 2016, Conservation Physiology

Fabrication of multilayered vascular tissues using microfluidic agarose hydrogel platforms
Kinoshita et al., 2016, Biotechnology Journal

Low temperature trumps high food availability to determine the distribution of intertidal mussels Perna perna in South Africa
Tagliarolo et al., 2016, Marine Ecology Progress Series

Gill structural change in response to turbidity has no effect on the oxygen uptake of a juvenile sparid fish
Cumming and Herbert, 2016, Conservation Physiology

Biotic Control of Surface pH and Evidence of Light-Induced H+ Pumping and Ca2+-H+ Exchange in a Tropical Crustose Coralline Alga
Hofmann et al., 2016, PLOS One

Peeking under the Iron Curtain: Development of a Microcosm for Imaging the Colonization of Steel Surfaces by Mariprofundus sp. Strain DIS-1, an Oxygen-Tolerant Fe-Oxidizing Bacterium
Mumford et al., 2016, Applied and Environmental Microbiology

Quasi-continuous parallel online scattered light, fluorescence and dissolved oxygen tension measurement combined with monitoring of the oxygen transfer rate in each well of a shaken microtiter plate
Ladner et al., 2016, Microbial Cell Factories

New encounters in Arctic waters: a comparison of metabolism and performance of polar cod (Boreogadus saida) and Atlantic cod (Gadus morhua) under ocean acidification and warming
Kunz et al., 2016, Polar Biology

Salinity stress from the perspective of the energy-redox axis: Lessons from a marine intertidal flatworm
Rivera-Ingraham et al., 2016, Redox Biology

Respiration activity monitoring system for any individual well of a 48-well microtiter plate
Flitsch et al., 2016, Journal of Biological Engineering

Characterization of the monolignol oxidoreductase AtBBE-like protein 15 L182V for biocatalytic applications
Pils et al., 2016, Journal of Molecular Catalysis B: Enzymatic

Scavenging dissolved oxygen via acoustic droplet vaporization
Radhakrishnan et al., 2016, Ultrasonics Sonochemistry

Regulation of Intertidal Microphytobenthos Photosynthesis Over a Diel Emersion Period Is Strongly Affected by Diatom Migration Patterns
Cartaxana et al., 2016, Frontiers in Microbiology

Oxygen dependence of upper thermal limits in fishes
Ern et al., 2016, Journal of Experimental Biology      

Evidence for water-mediated mechanisms in coral–algal interactions
Jorissen et al., 2016, Proceedings of the Royal Society B   

Light Regimes Shape Utilization of Extracellular Organic C and N in a Cyanobacterial Biofilm
Stuart et al., 2016, mBio 

Metabolic performance of the coral reef fish Siganus guttatus exposed to combinations of water borne diesel, an anionic surfactant and elevated temperature in Indonesia
Baum et al., 2016, Marine Pollution Bulletin

Body length rather than routine metabolic rate and body condition correlates with activity and risk-taking in juvenile zebrafish Danio rerio
Polverino et al., 2016, Journal of Fish Biology 

Biocatalytic Properties and Structural Analysis of Eugenol Oxidase from Rhodococcus jostii RHA1: A Versatile Oxidative Biocatalyst
Nguyen et al., 2016, ChemBioChem 

Methods matter: considering locomotory mode and respirometry technique when estimating metabolic rates of fishes
Rummer et al., 2016, Conservation Physiology

Male sexually coercive behaviour drives increased swimming efficiency in female guppies
Killen et al., 2016, Functional Ecology 

Photosynthetic physiology and biomass partitioning in the model diatom Phaeodactylum tricornutum grown in a sinusoidal light regime
Jallet et al., 2016, Algal Research

Taking advantage of adaptations when managing threatened species within variable environments: the case of the dwarf galaxias, Galaxiella pusilla (Teleostei, Galaxiidae)
Coleman et al., 2016, Marine and Freshwater Research

Behaviour in a standardized assay, but not metabolic or growth rate, predicts behavioural variation in an adult aquatic top predator Esox lucius in the wild
Laskowski et al., 2016, Journal of Fish Biology

Biofilm history and oxygen availability interact to affect habitat selection in a marine invertebrate
Lagos et al., 2016, Biofouling

Vegetation successfully prevents oxidization of sulfide minerals in mine tailings
Li et al., 2016, Journal of Environmental Management

Seeing is believing: metabolism provides insight into threat perception for a prey species of coral reef fish
Hall and Clark, 2016, Animal Behaviour

Fluorinated methacrylamide chitosan hydrogels enhance collagen synthesis in wound healing through increased oxygen availability
Patil et al., 2016, Acta Biomaterialia

Top predators negate the effect of mesopredators on prey physiology
Palacios et al., 2016, Journal of Animal Ecology

Experimental methods in aquatic respirometry: the importance of mixing devices and accounting for background respiration
Rodgers et al., 2016, Journal of Fish Biology

Limited Capacity for Faster Digestion in Larval Coral Reef Fish at an Elevated Temperature
McLeod and Clark, 2016, PLOS One

Sources of variation in oxygen consumption of aquatic animals demonstrated by simulated constant oxygen consumption and respirometers of different sizes
Svendsen et al., 2016, Journal of Fish Biology

Physiological plasticity v. inter-population variability: understanding drivers of hypoxia tolerance in a tropical estuarine fish
Collins et al., 2016, Marine and Freshwater Research

Drag Reduction by Bubble-Covered Surfaces Found in PDMS Microchannel through Depressurization
Gao et al., 2016, Langmuir

Effect of closed v. intermittent-flow respirometry on hypoxia tolerance in the shiner perch Cymatogaster aggregate
Snyder et al., 2016, Journal of Fish Biology

Effects of Hypoxia on the Physiology of Zebrafish (Danio rerio): Initial Responses, Acclimation and Recovery
Feng et al., 2016, Bulletin of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology

Physiological Regulation of Valve-Opening Degree Enables Mussels Mytilus edulis to Overcome Starvation Periods by Reducing the Oxygen Uptake
Tang and Riisgård, 2016, Open Journal of Marine Science

Easy to use and reliable technique for online dissolved oxygen tension measurement in shake flasks using infrared fluorescent oxygen-sensitive nanoparticles
Flitsch et al., 2016, Microbial Cell Factories

Physiological constraints to climate warming in fish follow principles of plastic floors and concrete ceilings
Sandblom et al., 2016, Nature Communications

Flow and Coral Morphology Control Coral Surface pH: Implications for the Effects of Ocean Acidification
Chan et al., 2016, Frontiers in Marine Science