Publications

Publications

2017

Morganti T., R. Coma, G. Yahel, M. Ribes (2017) Trophic niche separation that facilitates co-existence of high and low microbial abundance sponges is revealed by in situ study of carbon and nitrogen fluxes. Limnology and Oceanography 62:5, 1963–1983 doi:10.1002/lno.10546

2016

Morganti T., G. Yahel, M. Ribes, R. Coma (2016) VacuSIP, an improved InEx method for in situ measurements of the rate by which active suspensions feeders process particulate and dissolved compounds. Journal of Visualized Experiments, 114: e54221 doi:10.3791/54221

 

Poster presentations

2017 Morganti T., R. Coma, G. Yahel, M. Ribes (2017) A trophic niche separation may explain the tight coexistence of high (HMA) and low (LMA) microbial-abundance sponges. 10th World Sponge Conference, Galway, Ireland 
2014

Morganti T., R. Coma, E. Serrano, M. Ribes, G. Yahel (2014) In situ measurements show no temperature effect on sponge pumping. Ocean Sciences Meeting, ASLO, Honolulu, USA

2010

Morganti T., C. Bock, H. O. Pörtner, F. Giomi (2010) The cold tolerance of successful global invader: acute response and extended acclimation. Society of Experimental Biology (SEB) Annual Main Meeting; Prague, Czech Republic

 

Invited seminar presentations

2017 Department of Marine Microbiology at the GEOMAR, Kiel, Germany. “In situ direct study of filtration and respiration rate of Mediterranean Sponges.” (Invited by Prof. Ute Hentschel)
2010 Department of Integrative Eco-physiology at the Alfred Wegner Institute, Bremerhaven, Germany. “The cold tolerance of successful global invader: acute response and extended acclimation.” (Invited by Prof. Hans-Otto Poertner)

 

PhD Thesis

2016 Morganti T. In situ direct study of filtration and respiration rate of Mediterranean sponges. PhD thesis at Universitat Politecnica de Catalunya (UPC), Barcelona, Spain

 

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