Dr Aditee Mitra
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Mixotrophy in the marine plankton
DK Stoecker, PJ Hansen, DA Caron, A Mitra
Annual Review of Marine Science 9, 311-335, 2017
Misuse of the phytoplankton–zooplankton dichotomy: the need to assign organisms as mixotrophs within plankton functional types
KJ Flynn, DK Stoecker, A Mitra, JA Raven, PM Glibert, PJ Hansen, ...
Journal of plankton research 35 (1), 3-11, 2013
The role of mixotrophic protists in the biological carbon pump
A Mitra, KJ Flynn, JM Burkholder, T Berge, A Calbet, JA Raven, E Granéli, ...
Biogeosciences 11 (4), 995-1005, 2014
Defining planktonic protist functional groups on mechanisms for energy and nutrient acquisition: incorporation of diverse mixotrophic strategies
A Mitra, KJ Flynn, U Tillmann, JA Raven, D Caron, DK Stoecker, F Not, ...
Protist 167 (2), 106-120, 2016
Mechanisms of microbial carbon sequestration in the ocean–future research directions
N Jiao, C Robinson, F Azam, H Thomas, F Baltar, H Dang, ...
Biogeosciences 11 (19), 5285-5306, 2014
Promotion of harmful algal blooms by zooplankton predatory activity
A Mitra, KJ Flynn
Biology letters 2 (2), 194-197, 2006
Predator–prey interactions: is ‘ecological stoichiometry’sufficient when good food goes bad?
A Mitra, KJ Flynn
Journal of Plankton Research 27 (5), 393-399, 2005
Bridging the gap between marine biogeochemical and fisheries sciences; configuring the zooplankton link
A Mitra, C Castellani, WC Gentleman, SH Jónasdóttir, KJ Flynn, A Bode, ...
Progress in Oceanography 129, 176-199, 2014
Mixotrophic protists and a new paradigm for marine ecology: where does plankton research go now?
KJ Flynn, A Mitra, K Anestis, AA Anschütz, A Calbet, GD Ferreira, ...
Journal of Plankton Research 41 (4), 375-391, 2019
Building the “perfect beast”: modelling mixotrophic plankton
KJ Flynn, A Mitra
Journal of Plankton Research 31 (9), 965-992, 2009
Ocean acidification with (de) eutrophication will alter future phytoplankton growth and succession
KJ Flynn, DR Clark, A Mitra, H Fabian, PJ Hansen, PM Glibert, ...
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 282 (1804), 20142604, 2015
Importance of interactions between food quality, quantity, and gut transit time on consumer feeding, growth, and trophic dynamics
A Mitra, KJ Flynn
The American Naturalist 169 (5), 632-646, 2007
Modelling mixotrophy in harmful algal blooms: more or less the sum of the parts?
A Mitra, KJ Flynn
Journal of Marine Systems 83 (3-4), 158-169, 2010
Oceanic protists with different forms of acquired phototrophy display contrasting biogeographies and abundance
SG Leles, A Mitra, KJ Flynn, DK Stoecker, PJ Hansen, A Calbet, ...
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 284 (1860), 20170664, 2017
Accounting for grazing dynamics in nitrogen‐phytoplankton‐zooplankton (NPZ) models
A Mitra, KJ Flynn, MJR Fasham
Limnology and Oceanography 52 (2), 649-661, 2007
Modelling mixotrophic functional diversity and implications for ecosystem function
SGÇ Leles, L Polimene, J Bruggeman, J Blackford, S Ciavatta, A Mitra, ...
Journal of Plankton Research 40 (6), 627-642, 2018
Impact of zooplankton food selectivity on plankton dynamics and nutrient cycling
SF Sailley, L Polimene, A Mitra, A Atkinson, JI Allen
Journal of Plankton Research 37 (3), 519-529, 2015
Sampling bias misrepresents the biogeographical significance of constitutive mixotrophs across global oceans
SG Leles, A Mitra, KJ Flynn, U Tillmann, D Stoecker, HJ Jeong, ...
Global Ecology and Biogeography 28 (4), 418-428, 2019
Accounting for variation in prey selectivity by zooplankton
A Mitra, KJ Flynn
Ecological modelling 199 (1), 82-92, 2006
Mixotrophy in harmful algal blooms: by whom, on whom, when, why, and what next
KJ Flynn, A Mitra, PM Glibert, JAM Burkholder
Global ecology and oceanography of harmful algal blooms, 113-132, 2018
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