Fleur C. van Duyl
Fleur C. van Duyl
Royal NIOZ
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Effects of grazing, sedimentation and phytoplankton cell lysis on the structure of a coastal pelagic food web
CPD Brussaard, R Riegman, AAM Noordeloos, GC Cadée, H Witte, ...
Marine ecology progress series 123, 259-271, 1995
Nutrient fluxes through sponges: biology, budgets, and ecological implications
M Maldonado, M Ribes, FC van Duyl
Advances in marine biology 62, 113-182, 2012
Major bulk dissolved organic carbon (DOC) removal by encrusting coral reef cavity sponges
JM De Goeij, H Van Den Berg, MM van Oostveen, EHG Epping, ...
Marine Ecology Progress Series 357, 139-151, 2008
Atlas of the Living Reefs of Cura «; ao and Bonaire (Netherlands Antilles)
FC Van Duyl
Foundation for Scientific Research in Surinam and the Netherlands Antilles 117, 1985
Impact of phytoplankton bloom magnitude on a pelagic microbial food web
CPD Brussaard, GJ Gast, FC Van Duyl, R Riegman
Marine ecology progress series 144, 211-221, 1996
Tracing 13C‐enriched dissolved and particulate organic carbon in the bacteria‐containing coral reef sponge Halisarca caerulea: Evidence for DOM‐feeding
JM De Goeij, L Moodley, M Houtekamer, NM Carballeira, FC Van Duyl
Limnology and Oceanography 53 (4), 1376-1386, 2008
Biological control of short-term variations in the concentration of DMSP and DMS during a Phaeocystis spring bloom
FC van Duyl, WWC Gieskes, AJ Kop, WE Lewis
Journal of Sea Research 40 (3-4), 221-231, 1998
Bacterial production in North Sea sediments: clues to seasonal and spatial variations
FC Van Duyl, AJ Kop
Marine Biology 120 (2), 323-337, 1994
The ecology of the tropical compound ascidian Tri Didemnum solidum. 11. Abundance, growth and survival
RPM Bak, J Sybesma, FC Van Duyl
Mar. Ecol. Prog. Ser 6, 43-52, 1981
Coral cavities are sinks of dissolved organic carbon (DOC)
JM de Goeij, FC Van Duyl
Limnology and Oceanography 52 (6), 2608-2617, 2007
Coral mucus fuels the sponge loop in warm-and cold-water coral reef ecosystems
L Rix, JM De Goeij, CE Mueller, U Struck, JJ Middelburg, FC Van Duyl, ...
Scientific reports 6 (1), 1-11, 2016
Cell kinetics of the marine sponge Halisarca caerulea reveal rapid cell turnover and shedding
JM De Goeij, A De Kluijver, FC Van Duyl, J Vacelet, RH Wijffels, ...
Journal of Experimental Biology 212 (23), 3892-3900, 2009
Natural diet of coral-excavating sponges consists mainly of dissolved organic carbon (DOC)
B Mueller, JM de Goeij, MJA Vermeij, Y Mulders, E van der Ent, M Ribes, ...
PloS one 9 (2), e90152, 2014
Tidal coupling between carbohydrate concentrations and bacterial activities in diatom-inhabited intertidal mudflats
FC van Duyl, B de Winder, AJ Kop, U Wollenzien
Marine Ecology Progress Series 191, 19-32, 1999
Linkage of small-scale spatial variations in DOC, inorganic nutrients and bacterioplankton growth with different coral reef water types
FC van Duyl, GJ Gast
Aquatic Microbial Ecology 24 (1), 17-26, 2001
Temporal and spatial variations in heterotrophic nanoflagellate abundance in North Sea sediments
BJM Hondeveld, G Nieuwland, FC Van Duyl, RPM Bak
Marine Ecology-Progress Series 109, 235-235, 1994
Seasonal patterns of bacterial production and biomass in intertidal sediments of the western Dutch Wadden Sea
FC Van Duyl, AJ Kop
Marine Ecology Progress Series, 249-261, 1990
The impact of organic matter and macrozoobenthos on bacterial and oxygen variables in marine sediment boxcosms
FC Van Duyl, AJ Kop, A Kok, AJJ Sandee
Netherlands Journal of Sea Research 29 (4), 343-355, 1992
Bacterivory by heterotrophic nanoflagellates in marine sediments measured by uptake of fluorescently labeled bacteria.
BJM Hondeveld, RPM Bak, FC Van Duyl
Marine ecology progress series. Oldendorf 89 (1), 63-71, 1992
Benthic bacterial production and nutrient sediment-water exchange in sandy North Sea sediments
FC Van Duyl, W Van Raaphorst, AJ Kop
Marine Ecology-Progress Series 100, 85-85, 1993
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