Martino E. Malerba
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Cell size, photosynthesis and the package effect: an artificial selection approach
ME Malerba, MM Palacios, YM Palacios Delgado, J Beardall, DJ Marshall
New Phytologist 219 (1), 449-461, 2018
232018
Nitrate–nitrite dynamics and phytoplankton growth: Formulation and experimental evaluation of a dynamic model
ME Malerba, SR Connolly, K Heimann
Limnology and Oceanography 57 (5), 1555-1571, 2012
232012
Why do larger mothers produce larger offspring? A test of classic theory
H Cameron, K Monro, M Malerba, S Munch, DJ Marshall
Ecology 97, 3452–3459, 2016
192016
An experimentally validated nitrate–ammonium–phytoplankton model including effects of starvation length and ammonium inhibition on nitrate uptake
ME Malerba, SR Connolly, K Heimann
Ecological modelling 317, 30-40, 2015
182015
Eco‐energetic consequences of evolutionary shifts in body size
ME Malerba, CR White, DJ Marshall
Ecology letters 21 (1), 54-62, 2018
172018
Extreme dissolved oxygen variability in urbanised tropical wetlands: The need for detailed monitoring to protect nursery ground values
A Dubuc, N Waltham, M Malerba, M Sheaves
Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 198, 163-171, 2017
162017
Phytoplankton size‐scaling of net‐energy flux across light and biomass gradients
ME Malerba, CR White, DJ Marshall
Ecology 98 (12), 3106-3115, 2017
122017
Do larger individuals cope with resource fluctuations better? An artificial selection approach
ME Malerba, MM Palacios, DJ Marshall
Proceedings of the Royal Society B 285 (1884), 20181347, 2018
112018
Nutrient utilization traits vary systematically with intraspecific cell size plasticity
ME Malerba, K Heimann, SR Connolly
Functional ecology 30 (11), 1745-1755, 2016
112016
Size‐abundance rules? Evolution changes scaling relationships between size, metabolism and demography
ME Malerba, DJ Marshall
Ecology letters 22 (9), 1407-1416, 2019
102019
Multiple predator effects on juvenile prey survival
MM Palacios, ME Malerba, MI McCormick
Oecologia 188 (2), 417-427, 2018
92018
The outsized trophic footprint of marine urbanization
ME Malerba, CR White, DJ Marshall
Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 17 (7), 400-406, 2019
82019
Standard flow cytometry as a rapid and non-destructive proxy for cell nitrogen quota
ME Malerba, SR Connolly, K Heimann
Journal of applied phycology 28 (2), 1085-1095, 2016
72016
Testing the drivers of the temperature–size covariance using artificial selection
ME Malerba, DJ Marshall
Evolution 74 (1), 169-178, 2020
52020
A continental-scale assessment of density, size, distribution and historical trends of farm dams using deep learning convolutional neural networks
ME Malerba, N Wright, PI Macreadie
Remote Sensing 13 (2), 319, 2021
42021
Beneficial mutations from evolution experiments increase rates of growth and fermentation
AL Sezmis, ME Malerba, DJ Marshall, MJ McDonald
Journal of molecular evolution 86 (2), 111-117, 2018
32018
Genome size affects fitness in the eukaryotic alga Dunaliella tertiolecta
ME Malerba, G Ghedini, DJ Marshall
Current Biology 30 (17), 3450-3456. e3, 2020
22020
Effects of a nutrient enrichment pulse on blue carbon ecosystems
MM Palacios, SM Trevathan-Tackett, ME Malerba, PI Macreadie
Marine Pollution Bulletin 165, 112024, 2021
12021
Cell size influences inorganic carbon acquisition in artificially selected phytoplankton
ME Malerba, DJ Marshall, MM Palacios, JA Raven, J Beardall
New Phytologist 229 (5), 2647-2659, 2021
12021
How to estimate community energy flux? A comparison of approaches reveals that size-abundance trade-offs alter the scaling of community energy flux
G Ghedini, ME Malerba, DJ Marshall
Proceedings of the Royal Society B 287 (1933), 20200995, 2020
12020
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