T. Frede Thingstad focuses on Ecology, Food web, Nutrient, Phytoplankton and Plankton. His Marine bacteriophage research extends to Ecology, which is thematically connected. In his study, Viral infection, Chemostat and Phototroph is inextricably linked to Competition, which falls within the broad field of Food web.
His Nutrient research focuses on subjects like Biogeochemical cycle, which are linked to Microcosm, Nanophytoplankton, Hydrology and Prochlorococcus. His Phytoplankton study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Biomass, Dissolved organic carbon and Botany. His work carried out in the field of Plankton brings together such families of science as Mesocosm, Nitrate and Phosphate.
Ecology, Phytoplankton, Nutrient, Oceanography and Microbial food web are his primary areas of study. His Phytoplankton research includes themes of Dissolved organic carbon, Phosphate, Botany and Mediterranean sea. T. Frede Thingstad focuses mostly in the field of Botany, narrowing it down to topics relating to Bacterioplankton and, in certain cases, Microbiology.
His study looks at the relationship between Nutrient and topics such as Bacterial growth, which overlap with Substrate. T. Frede Thingstad interconnects Microcosm, Photic zone and Chlorophyll in the investigation of issues within Oceanography. His Microbial food web research focuses on Diatom and how it connects with Microorganism.
T. Frede Thingstad spends much of his time researching Ecology, Microbial food web, Oceanography, Ecosystem and Mesocosm. His is doing research in Trophic level, Food web, Pelagic zone, Food chain and Plankton, both of which are found in Ecology. His study in Phytoplankton extends to Plankton with its themes.
His work in the fields of Oceanography, such as Bloom, overlaps with other areas such as Advection. His Ecosystem research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Abundance and Host. As a part of the same scientific study, T. Frede Thingstad usually deals with the Mesocosm, concentrating on Arctic and frequently concerns with Virus and Microbial population biology.
His primary scientific interests are in Ecology, Trophic level, Mesocosm, Oceanography and Ecosystem. In the subject of general Ecology, his work in Food web, Biomass and Species diversity is often linked to Phosphorus, thereby combining diverse domains of study. T. Frede Thingstad has included themes like Natural selection, Trade-off and Competition in his Food web study.
His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Phytoplankton, Community structure and Marine bacteriophage. T. Frede Thingstad has researched Nutrient cycle in several fields, including Plankton, Mixotroph and Biological pump. His Microbial population biology research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Arctic, Microbial ecology, Pelagic zone, Diatom and Microbial food web.
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Elements of a theory for the mechanisms controlling abundance, diversity, and biogeochemical role of lytic bacterial viruses in aquatic systems
T. Frede Thingstad.
Limnology and Oceanography (2000)
Explaining microbial population genomics through phage predation
Francisco Rodriguez-Valera;Ana-Belen Martin-Cuadrado;Beltran Rodriguez-Brito;Lejla Pašić.
Nature Reviews Microbiology (2009)
Viruses as partners in spring bloom microbial trophodynamics.
Gunnar Bratbak;Mikal Heldal;Svein Norland;T. Frede Thingstad.
Applied and Environmental Microbiology (1990)
P limitation of heterotrophic bacteria and phytoplankton in the northwest Mediterranean
T. Frede Thingstad;Ulla Li Zweifel;Fereidoun Rassoulzadegan.
Limnology and Oceanography (1998)
Trade-Offs between Competition and Defense Specialists among Unicellular Planktonic Organisms: the “Killing the Winner” Hypothesis Revisited
Christian Winter;Thierry Bouvier;Markus G. Weinbauer;T. Frede Thingstad.
Microbiology and Molecular Biology Reviews (2010)
Accumulation of degradable DOC in surface waters: Is it caused by a malfunctioning microbialloop?
T. Frede Thingstad;Åke HagstrÖm;Fereidoun Rassoulzadegan.
Limnology and Oceanography (1997)
The role of mixotrophic protists in the biological carbon pump
Aditee Mitra;Kevin J. Flynn;Joann M. Burkholder;Terje Berge.
Global-scale processes with a nanoscale drive: the role of marine viruses
Corina P.D. Brussaard;Steven W. Wilhelm;T. Frede Thingstad;Markus G. Weinbauer.
The ISME Journal (2008)
Competition for inorganic nutrients between phytoplankton and bacterioplankton in nutrient manipulated mesocosms
Ian Joint;Peter Henriksen;Gro Anita Fonnes;David Bourne.
Aquatic Microbial Ecology (2002)
A multitrophic model to quantify the effects of marine viruses on microbial food webs and ecosystem processes
Joshua S Weitz;Charles A Stock;Steven W Wilhelm;Lydia Bourouiba.
The ISME Journal (2015)
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