Browsing publications by Dr Rebecca Taylor

Newcastle AuthorsTitleYear
Dr Rebecca Taylor
Dr Gary Caldwell
Emeritus Professor Peter Olive
Professor Matt Bentley
The harpacticoid copepod Tisbe holothuriae is resistant to the insidious effects of polyunsaturated aldehyde-producing diatoms2012
Dr Rebecca Taylor
Dr Jonathan Rand
Dr Gary Caldwell
Treatment with Algae Extracts Promotes Flocculation, and Enhances Growth and Neutral Lipid Content in Nannochloropsis oculata—a Candidate for Biofuel Production2012
Dr Gary Caldwell
Dr Ceri Lewis
Dr Rebecca Taylor
Professor Matt Bentley
Exposure to copper and a cytotoxic polyunsaturated aldehyde induces reproductive failure in the marine polychaete Nereis virens (Sars)2011
Dr Rebecca Taylor
Seasonal variability in polyunsaturated aldehyde production potential among strains of Skeletonema marinoi (Bacillariophceae)2009
Dr Rebecca Taylor
Dr Gary Caldwell
Hannah Dunstan
Professor Matt Bentley
Short-term impacts of polyunsaturated aldehyde-producing diatoms on the harpacticoid copepod, Tisbe holothuriae2007
Dr Rebecca Taylor
Dr Gary Caldwell
Hannah Dunstan
Professor Matt Bentley
Effects of toxic diatoms on the population growth and life-history parameters of Tisbe holothuriae2006
Dr Rebecca Taylor
Dr Gary Caldwell
Professor Matt Bentley
Toxicity of algal-derived aldehydes to two invertebrate species: Do heavy metal pollutants have a synergistic effect?2005
Dr Rebecca Taylor
Dr Gary Caldwell
Professor Matt Bentley
Acute-toxicity of diatom-derived aldehydes to two invertebrate species: do heavy metals have a synergistic impact?2004
Dr Gary Caldwell
Dr Rebecca Taylor
Emeritus Professor Peter Olive
Professor Matt Bentley
Diatom reproductive toxicology: Implications for marine ecosystems and aquaculture2004
Dr Gary Caldwell
Dr Rebecca Taylor
Emeritus Professor Peter Olive
Professor Matt Bentley
Diatom reproductive toxicology: Implications for marine ecosystems and aquaculture2004